Wayne's Word Index Noteworthy Plants Trivia Lemnaceae Biology 101 Botany Search
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   Wayne's Word   
Home page for the Wayne's Word web site: An on-line textbook of natural history; it includes links to Wayne's Word quarterly, monthly & trivia articles, copyright policy, on-line classes taught by Professor Armstrong, valuable hyperlinks to biology sites on the WWW, search engines, and publication update information.
An alphabetical index to all the topics in Wayne's Word articles, plus an alphabetical index to economically important plant families; you may also look up articles under year, botany or biology; there is also a complete list of Professor Armstrong's printed publications in books, magazines and journals.
Quarterly and monthly articles about unusual and noteworthy plants (including algae and fungi) brought to Professor Armstrong by his biology and botany students; the articles are listed in reverse chronological order.
More high-memory-load, fact-filled articles about various biological and botanical subjects; articles listed in reverse chronological order.
On-line, dichotomous key to the duckweed family in North America, with color images of all the species; major taxonomic and biological features of the family are also discussed.
    Biology 100    
On-line articles and course materials related to general biology courses taught by Professor Armstrong; including General Biology Lecture/Lab (Biology 100) and General Biology Lecture Only (Biology 101).
On-line articles and course materials related to general botany courses taught by Professor Armstrong; including Plants and People (Botany 115) and Identification of Spring Wildflowers (Botany 110).
On-line search tool that find's any Wayne's Word subject, phrase, image or word on the Palomar College server; this is preferably used with high bandwidth connections, such as cable or DSL networks.
Use the colored Tabs at the top of every page to click on Wayne's Word, Index, Noteworthy Plants, Trivia, Lemnaceae, Biology 101Botany, and Search.
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