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Includes journal coverage of the life sciences, with topics ranging from botany to microbiology to pharmacology. Includes BIOSIS indexing and MeSH terms. Provides links to full text.
Comprehensive, international life sciences content with cited references.
An expansive index to life sciences and biomedical research from journals, meetings, books, and patents. Covers pre-clinical and experimental research, methods and instrumentation, animal studies, and more. Includes BIOSIS indexing and enhanced MeSH disease terms.
Provides authoritative research information on agriculture and related applied life sciences. Includes global journal articles, academic books, abstracts, published theses, conference proceedings, bulletins, monographs and technical reports. Produced by CABI Publishing.
Provides thorough coverage of pure and applied research in food science, food technology, and food-related nutrition. Covers the complete food manufacturing cycle, from initial market research to final packaging. Published by IFIS (International Food Information Service).
Global Health from CABI is the definitive international public health database. It completes the picture of international medical and health research by capturing key literature not covered by other databases.
A comprehensive index to the global journal and proceedings literature in physics, electrical/electronic engineering, computing, control engineering, and information technology. Produced by the Institution of Electrical Engineers (IEE).
This U.S. National Library of Medicine (NLM) premier bibliographic database thoroughly covers biomedicine and the life sciences, bioengineering, public health, clinical care, and plant and animal science. Includes records from journals, newspapers, magazines, and newsletters.
The world's leading taxonomic reference and oldest continuing database of animal biology. Users can determine the first appearance of an animal name in the literature, track changes in classification, and keep up with new and endangered species.