Examining Plant Life

Examining Plant Life

Featured Image ©Mesa Schumacher

The focus of Botany allows us to answer the scientific when, where, how and whys of plant life.

Because plants are essential to our survival, botanical research has the potential to increase and improve our supplies of medicines, foods, building materials and renewable energy sources, among others.

Here are a few examinations into plant life from the Medical Illustration Sourcebook artists:

Molly Borman-Pullen
Molly Borman Biomedical Illustrations, Inc.

Molly Borman Pullen

 

Frank Ippolito
Production Post Studios

Frank Ippolito

Woodlands Cube- for New York Times’ Science Times cover article entitled, “A Wild, Fearsome World Under Each Fallen Leaf”

 

Jillian Walters
Jillian Walters
Garden Iris Varieties

 

Lucy Conklin
Lucy Conklin
Alstroemeria Dissection

 

Sara Menon
Sara Menon
Hydrangea macrophylla

 

Audra Geras
Geras Healthcare Productions
The Weber Group

Audra Geras

 

Kristin Link
Kristin Link
Monterey Pine Cones

 

Sharon Birzer
Sharon Birzer
Hypogymnia occidentalis Goldendale, WA

 

Ryan Kissinger
Kissinger Medical Visuals

Ryan Kissinger

 

Stephanie Rozzo
Stephanie Rozzo
Sea Lavender

 

Paul Mirocha
The Wiley Group

Paul Mirocha
Bitter Melon, Momordica charantia

 

Gail Guth
Guth Illustration & Design

Gail Guth

 

Mesa Schumacher
Mesa Schumacher
Aloe plant

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