Plant Resources Center
Research Unit Profile
The Plant Resources Center (TEX-LL) with over 1,000,000 specimens is the largest herbarium in the southwestern United States and ranks fifth among U.S. university herbaria and twelfth across the nation. TEX-LL, with about a quarter of its specimens from Texas, has the largest holdings of Texas plants in the world. Nearly one half of the specimens at TEX-LL are from Latin America, with an especially strong representation of Mexico and northern Central America. Presently the number of vascular plant collections inserted in the herbarium is growing at an approximate rate of 16,400 specimens per year.
Web Site: http://www.biosci.utexas.edu/prc/
Research Unit Affiliated Faculty
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|Brown, Richard||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology||The central theme of my research is cellulose, the most abundant macromolecule on earth. With some 10 11 tons produced and destroyed each year, we need more information on its structure and its …|
|Hansen, Debra||School of Biological Sciences||Plant Biology Evolution Ecology and Systematic Biology|
|Jansen, Bob||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Integrative Biology||Molecular Systematics and Evolution, Evolution and Systematics of the Asteraceae and Campanulaceae, Chloroplast DNA Evolution, Origin and Evolution of Oceanic Island Floras.|
|Jha, Shalene||School of Biological Sciences||Broadly, I'm interested in conservation biology, agroecology, and population genetics. More specifically, my research program investigates how global land use change influences gene flow, …|
|Panero, Jose||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Integrative Biology; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies||As a plant systematist, Dr. Panero is interested in the distribution, diversity, and evolution of flowering plants. His research focuses on the elucidation of phylogenetic relationships among …|
|Simpson, Beryl||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Integrative Biology; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Dr. Simpson's laboratory is engaged in an array of studies that deal with the phylogeny and biogeography of various angiosperm groups. Taxonomic groups range from monocots to the Asteraceae. Most …|