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  • Biological Science Collection (ProQuest)
    Subjects: Biomedicine, biotechnology, zoology and ecology, agriculture and veterinary science.
    Contains: Citations and abstracts to scholarly journals, conference proceedings, reports, and books. This collection includes 30 biological sciences databases
    Coverage: 1980 - Present.
  • Web of Science
    Subjects: Sciences, Humanities, Social Sciences
    Contains: Citations and abstracts. Citation mapping
    Coverage: 1990 to Present
  • PubMed
    Subjects: Medicine, all branches
    Contains: Abstracts and citations to scholarly journal articles.
    Coverage: 1960's to present
  • ASM (American Society for Microbiology) Journals Online
    Subject: Microbiology
    Contains: Full text journals published by the American Society for Microbiology.
    Coverage: Full
  • General Science (Abstracts &) Full Text
    Subject: Sciences
    Contains: Citations with abstracts to English language journal articles. Some full text articles available from 1995-.
    Coverage dates: 1984-present
  • MEDLINE via FirstSearch
    Subjects: Medicine, nursing, and dentistry, biology, neuroscience, and psychology.
    Contains: Citations and abstracts for journal articles. Non-English language materials included.
    Coverage: 1965 to present.
  • MEDLINE via ProQuest
    Subjects: Medicine, nursing, and dentistry, biology, neuroscience, and psychology.
    Contains: Citations and abstracts for journal articles. Non-English language materials included.
    Coverage: 1965 to present.
  • MEDLINE via ISI Web of Knowledge
    Subjects: Medicine, nursing, and dentistry, biology, neuroscience, and psychology.
    Contains: Citations and abstracts for journal articles. Non-English language materials included.
    Coverage dates: 1950 to present.
  • Wiley Online Library
    Subjects: Chiefly Sciences, some social sciences
    Contains: Full text journals published by Wiley and Blackwell.
    Coverage: varies
  • Aqualine
    Subjects: All aspects of aquatic resources including aquaculture, conservation, environmental quality.
    Contains: Abstracts of journal articles, books, reports and conference proceedings.
    Coverage: 1971 to present.
  • Aquatic Science Collection (ProQuest)
    Subjects: All aspects of aquatic resources including aquaculture, conservation, environmental quality.
    Contains: Abstracts of journal articles, books, reports and conference proceedings.
    Coverage: 1971 to present.
  • Agricultural Science Collection (ProQuest) - includes AGRICOLA
    Subjects: Environment, Agriculture
    Contains: Agricola from the National Library of Agriculture is part of this collection, agriculture journals published in North America.
    Coverage: 1980-present

Websites

  • Encyclopedia of Life
    Created by scientists and nonscientists from museums and resesarch institutions worldwide, EOL provides basic information on all known species.
  • International Plant Names Index
    A database of the names and associated basic bibliographical details of seed plants, ferns, and fern allies.
  • National Center for Biotechnology Information
    A government site, NCBI is a repository for biology and medicine resources. Check out the Coffee Break news section!
  • Plant Information Online
    Offers a collection of databases to plant and gardening with an emphasis on cultivated plants and plant/seed sources.
  • Scitopia.org
    A free online search portal to published scholarly research, patents, and government documents of the affiliated science technology societies.
  • Tree of Life
    A distributed Internet project containing information about phylogeny and biodiversity, very extensive covering many organisms.
  • United States Geology Survey's Biological Resources Discipline
    The Biological Resources Discipline (BRD) of the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) works with others to provide the scientific understanding and technologies needed to support the sound management and conservation of our Nation's biological resources.
 

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