The National Agriculture Library Catalog (AGRICOLA) provides citations to agricultural literature.
Aquatic Plant Information Retrieval System from the Center for Aquatic Plants, University of Florida. 55,000+ citations on ecology, physiology, utilization, and control. Free to the public.
Digests in biology, ecology, health and medicine.
BioOne includes the full-texts of bioscience research journals focused on biological, ecological, and environmental sciences.
Full-text of 332 leading journals in life science.
A searchable database of American botanical literature from late 1995 to present. Search by subject category (eg. algae, fungi, etc.), author, article title, journal name, publisher, and keywords. New York Botanical Garden. Free to the public.
From the American Bryological and Lichenological Society as published in The Bryologist, this searchable database contains over 24,000 references dated 1536 to present. Search by author, journal name, and keyword from the title, keyword, or abstract fields. Limit searches by material type: articles, books, chapters, or reviews.
Alphabetical list by common and scientific name. Purdue University.
Free to the public.
This virtual library of online floras offers resources from leading international institutions of botanical research, including the monumental Flora of China and the Flora of North America.
FAO is an organization of the UN.
FNA presents, in one published reference source, information on the names, taxonomic relationships, continent-wide distributions, and morphological characteristics of all plants native and naturalized found in North America north of Mexico.
This site presents descriptions and over 500 images for the 30 species of Hypomyces that represent a majority of the Hypomyces found in temperate regions.
The Missouri Botanical Garden offers access to 30 outstanding plant databases, including TROPICOS, with its associated 50,000 plant images and bibliographies; and other resources, e.g., national floras, angiospermous, and bryological databases.
An alphabetical listing of references on poisonous plants. Maintained by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration, Center for Food Safety & Applied Nutrition, Office of Plant and Dairy Foods and Beverages.
Print Location: REFERENCE QH540.4 .L56 1998
Lincoln, Roger J.
Print Location: REFERENCE QK7 .S85 1984
Astromony, Biology, Medicine, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Ecology, Genetics, Nursing, Physics, Plant Sciences, Psychology, Science Fiction, Weather, and Zoology Dictionaries.
NOTE: Maximum 1 simultaneous user. Please try later if busy.
Print Location: REFERENCE QK11 .S56 2002
William T. Stearn.
Print Location: QK10.H53 2000
Michael Hickey and Clive King
Authoritative information on more than 70,000 plants and animals in the U.S. Type in scientific or common name and then click on comprehensive report. The report includes distribution and conservation information, ecology and life history, and references to further information.
Print Location: QK100.A1 B57 1990
Blackwell, Will H.
Print Location: REFERENCE SB107 .P67 1982
Heywood, V. H.
The PLANTS Database provides standardized information about the vascular plants, mosses, liverworts, hornworts, and lichens of the U.S. and its territories. PLANTS is a collaborative effort of the USDA NRCS National Plant Data Center (NPDC), the USDA NRCS Information Technology Center (ITC), The USDA National Information Technology Center (NITC), and many other partners.
Science.gov is a gateway to over 50 million pages of authoritative selected science information
provided by U.S. government agencies, including research and development results
More than 500 images of Bromelaciae, Cactaceae, and Melastomataceae by early to mid-20th century artists are available.
This library of over 21,000 photographic images of plant species and plant habitats is intended for public as well as professional use. The web images may be used as presented for non-commercial purposes only, with appropriate attribution.
Library / Main Desk
Tel: (601) 974-1073
Professor: Dr. Debora L. Mann
Course Code(s): BIOL 1010 - Core 7 or 9
Semester: Fall 2007
Allow at least a week for an article to arrive and two weeks for a book to arrive. If your article is delivered in electronic format, you'll receive an email with the article attached as soon as it has arrived.