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Locate information related to the Plant Sciences.
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Agronomy & Plant Pathology Databases


  • CAB Abstracts (in Web of Knowledge)
    International in scope. Great for multi-disciplinary research.
    Primarily for U.S. agriculture
  • Global Plant Initiative (JSTOR)
    Community-contributed database that features more than two million high resolution plant type specimen images and other foundational materials from the collections of hundreds of herbaria around the world.
  • Biosis
    Great for biological sciences/organism information.
  • Ecology Abstracts (1982-current)
    Current ecology research across a wide range of disciplines, reflecting recent advances in light of growing evidence regarding global environmental change and destruction.
  • ASAE
    Technical documents published by American Society of Agricultural Engineers
  • Biological & Agricultural Index
    Agricultural research, biology, environmental science, genetics, horticulture, physiology, veterinary medicine, wildlife management and much more.
  • Web of Science
  • SciFinder Scholar (or UF Access Instructions)
    Chemicals and substances, including biological materials.
  • Turfgrass Information File 
    Journals, reports, and media related to turfgrass science.
  • Agris
    International agriculture information.
  • EDIS - Extension Digital Information Source
    UF's extension documents. Applied information related to crops, finance, family, etc.
  • WorldCat
    Database listing books held by world libraries.


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