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Flowering Newsletter

Li├Ęge - Belgium

The Flowering Newsletter is an online publication from the International Working Group on Flowering and aims to speedily report on research dealing with the flowering process.

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Germany

Archives of guidance notes and articles, from Roche Applied Science.

Australia

Embryology related information for andrologists and cellular biologists. Quarterly publication covering issues and studies in human assisted reproductive technology from Medical Market Consultants, Inc, Coral Springs, FL.

Mycotoxicology Newsletter
United States

International forum for the discussion of mycotoxins, edited by Angelo Visconti.

Echinoderm Newsletter
Sweden

Information about conferences and publications of interest to biologists. Addresses researchers within the field.

Tardigrade Newsletter
Poland

Current research on tardigrades compiled by two researchers.

SUMO: Non Flowering Plants
Czech Republic

Definitions of some of the specialized terminology used in describing flowerless plants.

The Families of Flowering Plants
China

A taxonomical database with descriptions and illustrations of each family, and an interactive key to families.

Flowering Plant Gateway
United States

Various paths for exploration or comparison of four major flowering plant classification systems (Cronquist, Takhtajan, Thorne and the Angiosperm Phylogeny Group system). From Texas A&M University.

The Arid Lands Newsletter
United States

a twice-yearly publication of the Office of Arid Lands Studies, the University of Arizona. The purpose of the Arid Lands Newsletter is to explore events and issues of interest to arid lands researchers, resource managers, and policy makers around the globe.

Jellyfish Sting Newsletter
Australia

From the International Consortium for Jellyfish Stings, a nonprofit organisation formed by scientists and doctors interested in marine envenomation.