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Integrated Taxonomic Information System
http://www.itis.usda.gov/plantproj/itis/index.phpl
Query the ITIS database to locate a scientific name and other information for a taxon. Generate reports by extracting a scientific name and other associated data from ITIS. Compare taxonomy/nomenclature by extracting a scientific name and other data. Use the Taxonomic Resources and Expertise Directory (TRED) to find a taxonomic specialist.

National Biological Information Infrastructure
http://www.nbii.gov/index.phpl
The NBII is an electronic gateway to biological data and information maintained by federal, state, and local government agencies; private sector organizations; and other partners around the nation and the world. Also find within the Directory of Research Systematics Collections (DRSC), a directory of the natural history research collections. From the home page, go to Biodiversity, Systematics, and Collections for information.

National Center for Complementary & Alternative Medicine
http://nccam.nih.gov/htdig/search.phpl
The National Institutes of Health provide access to seven databases. From ClinicalTrials.gov to the National Women's Health Information Center, find journals, articles and an abundance of easy-to-search information within each.

NSC Croassroads
http://www.crossroads.nsc.org
The National Safety Council's Crossroads Web site is an informaion-rich site designed for the safety, health and environmental professional. It includes a dedicated safety, health and environmental search engine.

RiceBlastDB
http://ascus.cit.cornell.edu/blastdb/
This database integrates information about Magnaporthe grisea, the causal agent of rice blast disease. It contains genetic and physical maps, marker data, population structure, DNA fingerprints, pathotype, mating type, and geographical distribution. The database also includes an extensive bibliography as well as contact information for colleagues who are working on different aspects of the fungus and the disease.

Saccharomyces Genome Database (SGD)
http://genome-www.stanford.edu/Saccharomyces/
SGD is a scientific database of the molecular biology and genetics of the yeast S. cerevisiae, commonly known as baker's or budding yeast. This site includes a variety of genomic and biological information. The S. cerevisiae Gene Name Registry is also maintained within. Colleagues and conferences around the world can be located as well.

Systematic Botany & Mycology Fungal Databases
"http://www.ntbg.org/index.phpl
There are a number of ways to find the information you desire - search by nomenclature, specimens or literature for example. Descriptions of the five fungal databases are helpful as well. A well-organized and user-friendly medium for locating fungus.

Tree BASE
http://www.herbaria.harvard.edu/treebase/intro.phpl
This relational database stores phylogenetic trees and the data matrices used to generate them from published research papers. Submit phylogenetic data or discover what is known about phylogentic relationships through access to published studies and the data trees they contain.

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