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Concise encyclopedia of plant pathology (2004), Credo eBook.
Dictionary of plant sciences (1998), Oxford eReference.
Green plants: their origin and diversity (2000), EBSCO eBook.
Invasive plants: ecological and agricultural aspecs (2005), EBSCO eBook.
Mabberley's plant book, 3rd ed., (2008), R580 M33.
Agricola: Two databases from the National Agricultural Library plus an article citation database. Covers all aspects of agriculture and allied disciplines. Coverage: varies; some material dates to 15th century.
Algaebase: Species and infraspecific names, plus images, for terrestrial, marine and freshwater organisms.
BMC Plant Biology: Open access journal from Biomed Central.
Botanicus.org: Digital collection of the historic literature of botany, from the Missouri Botanical Garden Library.
Department of Botany: From the National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonion.
Glossary of Vascular Plants: From the New York Botanical Garden. Includes images to illustrate some terms.
Hort.net: Features include Gallery of Plants, Plant Profiles, mailing lists, and top stories.
Index Nominum Genericorum (ING): generic names published for organisms in the International Code of Botanical Nomenclature.
Lichens Home Page: Photos of North American lichens by Stephen Sharnoff.
Plants Database: Searchable database of information on plants in the United States, their characteristics, distribution, taxonomies, more. Includes information on alternative crops, culturally significant plants, and invasive weeds.
Plants Database Image Gallery: 400,000+ photos and line drawings of U.S. plants; includes descriptions.
Systematics of the Plantae: Classification of the members of the plant kingdom.