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(free to use in direct connection with the Fascination of Plants Day and by announcing the name of the given author together with her/his affiliation)

- The Fascination of Plants Day Images
EPSO purchased the following 13 high resolution images which you can use subject to announcements / events / reports on the Fascination of Plants Day.

    Have the 13 images here


- Andrew Davis
Photographer at the John Innes Centre, Norwich Research Park, Colney, Norwich NR4 7UH, UK

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- Photographer: Tom Donald

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- Photographer: Petr Jan Juracka
Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Science

    thumb index: 22 images

- Posters provided by the Canadian National coordinator Shahrokh Khanizadeh
Strawberry, Raspberry, Apples and other fruit from Nortern America (English or French)

- Photographer: Olivier Leroux
National University of Ireland, Galway

    thumb index: 3 microscopic images

- Photographer: Monica Ogiermann

Australian Centre for Plant Functional Genomics (ACPFG)
University of Adelaide

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scientists at work
Australian Fascination of Plants Day Committee

- Photographer: Zoë Popper

National University of Ireland, Galway

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- Dee Rawsthorne photography
The John Innes Centre

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- Hanspeter Schöb
Plant Developmental Biology, Zürich

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Wageningen UR

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- The game “Plants in Our Life”, designed by José Pío Beltrán and developed by the Spanish Research Council office in Valencia:





The Plant Cell
The Plant Cell (science journal) provides their resources to enhance
'Fascination of Plants Day'

Resources like 'Power Point Slide Presentation', 'Slide Handout', 'Lecture notes', 'Teaching Guide' translations in more than 17 languages available.

- Why study plants?
available in 18 languages

a coloring & activity book for youngest learners

If you wish to translate these resources please contact for more information.

Teaching Tools in Plant Biology Videos on YouTube



All in the Touch curriculum covers key areas in plant diversity, cell structure and function and genetics. The curriculum provides many hands-on activities that make learning fun and educational in both classroom and after school settings.

It’s free. The site simply asks folks to register as users to download the actual lessons.