people of the TAMUK Herbarium work hard to maintain this useful and extensive
resource of South Texas.
Dr. Galloway received her B.S.
in Botany and M.S. in Biology from California State Polytechnic University,
Pomona. She then received her Ph.D in Botany and Plant Sciences from the
University of California at Riverside. Her main research focus at this
time is on bryophysiology, or the physiology of bryophytes. Away from work,
Dr. Galloway enjoys genealogy and reading "any mystery I can get my hands
|Dr. Cynthia Galloway
Associate Professor of Biology
Department of Biology
Campus Box 158
Texas A&M University
Kingsville, TX 78363
Irma is currently researching
the diverse flora of Site 55, a research station not far from Texas A&M
Andrew is an undergraduate
student who maintains and creates graphics for the Herbarium web site.
Any problem with the technical aspect of the site should be directed towards
him. (But please be nice!) :-)
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