NYBGNew York Botanical Garden (Bronx, NY)
NYBGNorth Yorkshire Bat Group (UK)
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The team transports the finished models from Kentucky to the NYBG, where workers set up the display.
Brian Boom, Vice President for Conservation Strategy, who leads NYBG's Cuba initiative, the NYBG Caribbean Consortium will bring together a cross-section of key stakeholders from business, academia, and NGOs.
'This unique plant is unpredictable-it may be in flower for only one or two days,' NYBG said in a statement.
"Information about plant species is hard to get at," says Wayt Thomas, curator of botany at NYBG, and their lead scientist working on the partnership.
NYBG is easily accessible from New York City by Metro-North, and as soon as you get off the train you are transported to a magically green world in the Bronx.
In this study, we also checked a black cohosh sample which had been stored for 86 years in The NYBG for formononetin.
At least as many will be packed densely within expansive greenhouses at the NYBG, offering visitors a respite from the East Coast winter.
Located in the Bronx, the New York Botanical Garden (NYBG) occupies 250 acres of dramatic rock outcrops, rolling hills, waterfalls and ponds.
O'Sullivan will be teaching a living wall class at NYBG beginning fall 2010.
The scanned images of herbarium sheets in the NYBG online collection are of extremely high quality (http://sciweb.nybg.org/science2/VirtualHerbariuin.asp), but still, looking at them is not the same as looking at sheets that are physically present.
We don't know why," says Janet Morrison, a forest ecologist who joined the NYBG staff in October 1994.