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In the literature database of the Botanical Institute of the University of Innsbruck, articles from current journals and the new books and separata of the institute are registered. Up to the spring of 2006 ca. 50000 citations were already recorded; the database will be continuously expanded. One focal point is formed by geobotanical, bryological, and palaeobotanical journals; Vegetatio, Nova Hedwigia and several palaeobotanical journals for example, are complete from Volume 1 (as long as they are ... [Editorial staff vifabio]
Literature databasesResource type
http://starwww.uibk.ac.at/botanik/botlit.html
The Global Pollen Database currently includes data from Africa, the Americas, and northern Asia. This database continues to grow as new data are organized and made available by various regional data cooperatives such as the Indo-Pacific Pollen Database, the Latin American Pollen Database, and the North American Pollen Database. The voluntary coordinator of the Global Pollen Database is Dr. Eric Grimm. (...) Depending on the Result Type selected, the search results will be summary pollen diagrams ... [Information of the supplier]
Factual databasesResource type
http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/paleo/gpd.html
The International Federation of Palynological Societies (IFPS) is a federation of regional, national, linguistic, and specialist palynological organizations of the world. Its goals are to advance knowledge in palynology and related subjects by promotion of international cooperation and sponsorship of regular meetings between palynologists of all countries and regions. IFPS publishes the "World Directory of Palynologists" irregularly, and PALYNOS Newsletters semiannually. [Information of the supplier]
Academic societies, professional associations, working groupsResource type
http://www.geo.arizona.edu/palynology/ifps.html
Cycads are an ancient group of seed plants with a crown of large compound leaves and a stout trunk. They are a minor component of the flora in tropical and subtropical regions today, but during the Jurassic Period, they were a common sight in many parts of the world. For this reason, the Jurassic is often referred to as the "Age of Cycads". Today only a handful of cycads still exist, and many are facing possible extinction in the wild (such as Microcycas in western Cuba). However, because of their ... [Information of the supplier]
Discipline based websitesResource type
http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/seedplants/cycadophyta/cycads.html
Annotated links to internet resources, especially for palaeobotanists (Palaeobotany, Paleobotany). [Information of the supplier]
Discipline based portals and link collectionsResource type
http://www.equisetites.de/palbot1.html
In Dr Kroll's database you will find literature on archaeological remains of cultivated plants published 1981-2004. You can search for species, country, area, site, space of time, period, culture, authors, year of appearance and keywords from the title. Furthermore, you will find a slide show with drawings of botanical macroremains, mostly seeds. [Editorial staff vifabio]
Literature databasesResource type
http://www.archaeobotany.de/
The worldwide largest database and most comprehensive resource on pollen and palynology provides an Illustrated handbook of pollen terminology and 7957 pictures of 1011 recent species, belonging to 603 genera, and 124 pictures of 32 fossil forms, belonging to 20 fossil genera. The database includes a detailed description of the pollen grain (shape in dry and hydrated condition, apertural details, wall-stratification and ornamentation, pollen coatings and cellular condition), images ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
Factual databases; Picture databasesResource type
http://www.paldat.org/
This site is a resource for anyone interested in paleontology, from the professional in the lab to the interested amateur scouting for fossils to the student in any classroom. We have gathered many different resources into this single entry "portal" to paleontological information on the Internet. [Information of the supplier]
Discipline based websitesResource type
http://www.paleoportal.org/
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