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Apr 15, 2005 (Vol. 25, No. 8)

Photosynthesis and the Web

URL:photoscience.la.asu.edu/photosyn/photoweb/default.html
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For years I railed at the low number of useful photosynthesis-related sites on the Web. Fortunately, I’ve had to shut up on that account with the appearance of numerous useful, informative pages covering the topic well. The latest of these is a beautifully hyperlinked Web-based article entitled Photosynthesis and the Web: 2004, derived from an earlier version printed in 2001 in Photosynthesis Research. In its present form, I have to give Photosynthesis and the Web the title of the Mother of All Photosynthesis Pages on the Web. A quick scan through the article will show quickly what I’m talking about. If you’re interested in the topic, don’t bother reading further—just go the Website and you’ll see what I mean. One of the best coverages of a topic I’ve seen to date.
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