Science Biology Botany Botanical Gardens and Arboreta
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Botanical Gardens and Arboreta are scientific institutions that acquire and maintain living collections of plants for the purposes of research and education. They perform the same function for plants as Zoos and Aquariums do for animals.

Typically, botanical gardens and arboreta must have a full-time scientific staff, an herbarium and library, and a catalogued collection of thousands of plants. Although botanical gardens and arboreta may also have a public viewing area, in which case they may be listed as well under Public Gardens, it is the presence of a viable research faculty using an herbarium or herbaria which distinguishes botanical gardens and arboreta from public gardens. This tends to make botanical gardens and arboreta larger in size and more dedicated to preservation of plant taxa than Public Gardens, however size or reputation are not the determining factors.
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The Botanical Garden - Tel Aviv University
A number of specialized gardens, such as that for economic and medicinal plants or that for endangered species, have been established, as well as a carefully planned Garden for the Blind. Israel.
Jerusalem Botanic Gardens
The Gardens are located on the Hebrew University's Givat Ram campus. They were first developed in 1953. Jerusalem, Israel.

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