Life Botanical Word of the Day 16th of August 2011annbot1 Min Read annbot annbot 1 Comment1 Min Read Share This! Facebook Twitter Google Plus Pinterest LinkedIn Print Friendly Tweet Share +1 Pin Pocket Tony Foster who writes the Phytography blog has a nice idea going – botanical word of the day, building into an online glossary of botanical terms. If we weren’t such honest people here at AoB we’d be tempted to steal it 😉 Tweet Tweet Share +1 Pin Pocket Related TagsBotany education Plant Science plants About the authorView All Posts annbot Ann Bot is a gestalt entity who works in the office for the Annals of Botany. 1 Comment Click here to post a comment Thanks for the thumbs up regarding http://plant-phytography.blogspot.com/ Annbot is actually welcome to use/link to/copy (but not steal the idea). What you see on line is part of a book I’ve been working on for 4 years and trying without success to get the eye of a Book publisher. The 6 New Zealand publishers I have approached aren’t interested (too specialised for such a small country, recession, risk, not in the clique of right botanical group etc..) But lovely and very supportive rejection letters. Overseas publishing houses are my next approach. The book is 99% finished as a manuscript. 1300 Botanical definitions much as on the blog and 750 photos. The Blog is a watered down taster of the book and i thought I would get the idea out there and get feedback on it. I’ve always thought its never any good doing science and not sharing your work so I’m pleased the idea is out there and people are being moved and responding. If anyone wants to know more, would like to publish, send me an email and I would be pleased to show the full manuscript. Check out my personal details and work history on the RHS of the blog kind regards Tony Foster PlantingScience.org Vanda Miss Joaquim Share This! Facebook Twitter Google Plus Pinterest LinkedIn FeedbackRenate Wesselingh on Getting out in the sun can lead to better sexAlun Salt on Why did trees start growing up? (or did they just start growing down?)Tim Williams on Why did trees start growing up? (or did they just start growing down?)Twitter versus Facebook: November 2016 - AoBBlog on Twitter versus Facebook: June 2016Nigel Chaffey on The fundamental elements of plant construction *Popular PostsMoss, bringer of stability, and life…365 Total SharesIn an oft-overlooked part of Brazil, botanists have found something bizarre growing259 Total SharesAlarming role for druse* crystals242 Total SharesWhy do leaves change colour?223 Total SharesGetting out in the sun can lead to better sex218 Total Shares Search About Us AoB Blog is a run by the Annals of Botany Company, a non-profit educational charity. The company currently administers two journals, the Annals of Botany and AoB PLANTS. These are published through Oxford University Press.