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INDEX VIRUM - The Universal Virus Database

Puede buscar por: a) all names, b) acronym, c) alphabetic, d) host, e) nucleic acid.

Autor:  Research School of Biological Sciences.  The Australian National University.


Internet Biodiversity Service

The web pages are designed by H. Fisher, Programs are created by D. Hewzulla, the project leader is Prof. M. C Boulter.  The service is organized in four sections: a) Search data. b) Pictures.  c)  IOP.  d)  Maps.

Search data in a multiple databases.  Find information by: Any taxon,  Genus, Species, family, order, class, phylum.  

Access to the following databases: 

  1. Eurasian Neogene mammals (Internet Biodiversity Service).   "This is a Eurasian Neogene terrestrial fossil mammals database.The database is maintained and coordinated at the University of Helsinski by Mikael Fotelius.  It records the location of the fossils, and the locations are records both with names and longitude, latitude cordinates".

  2. UNESCO Man and the Biosphere Programme. (Internet Biodiversity Service).   "Databases of vascular plant and vertebrate animal occurrences on the world's biosphere reserves and other protected areas". University of California at Davis.

  3.  Fossil Record 2. (Internet Biodiversity Service).  "a near-complete listing of the diversity of life through time, compiled at the level of the family. you can search, and create diversity, origination, and extinction curves online by selecting different variety of groups".  The Fossil Record 2 database (Benton, M. J. (Ed.) 1993, Chapman & Hall,London. 845pp.)is originally compiled in Excel by Dr. Mary Benton).

  4. Ocean Drilling Program. (Internet Biodiversity Service). "The Ocean Drilling Program (ODP) is an international partnership of scientists and research institutions organized to explore the evolution and structure of Earth".

  5. Plant Fossil Record. (Internet Biodiversity Service). Edited by International Organisation of Paleobotany.  "The Plant Fossil Record (PFR2.2) database includes: descriptions and occurrences of many thousands of extinct plants. For the first time modern genera with fossil species are included in the description database. Names, places and ages can be searched and the occurrences are instantly plotted on a palaeogeographic maps. Patterns of migration and evolution through geological time can be clearly examined to help better understand the history of climatic and environmental change".

  6. Brummitt Vascular Plants.  (Internet Biodiversity Service).  "A database of vascular plant families and genera".  Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

  7. Fishbase. (Internet Biodiversity Service).  25.630 Species, 72.000 Synonyms, 114.000 Common names, 29.000 Pictures, 24.000 references. 

  8. North American Pleistocene Mammals.  (Internet Biodiversity Service).  Kurten, B. & Anderson, E. 1980. Pleistocene mammals of North America. Columbia University Press, 442pp.

  9. Japan Microorganisms.  (Internet Biodiversity Service).  "Japan Collection of Microorganisms (JCM) was founded in 1980 at RIKEN (The Institute of Physical and Chemical Research), a semi-governmental research institute supported by the Science and Technology Agency (now Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology) of Japan, as a culture collection of microorganisms. JCM contributes to domestic, regional, and global improvements of conservation of microbiological resources in cooperation with other culture collections and institutions. JCM supplies authentic microorganisms to researchers in the fields of life sciences and biotechnology. Available microorganisms from JCM are: about 3,900 strains of bacteria including actinomycetes, about 170 strains of archaea and about 2,400 strains of fungi including yeasts".

  10. Global Pollen Database. (Internet Biodiversity Service).   "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". The World Data Center System for Paleoclimatology.

  11. The Families of Floweing Plants(Internet Biodiversity Service).  "Managed by the International Organization for Plant Information (IOPI), the Global Plant Checklist (GPC) is a cooperative international project designed to help humanity manage the earth's biodiversity efficiently and sustainably". 

  12. Virus databases on-line.  (Internet Biodiversity Service).  This database have been developed by the BioInformatics Group.  Research School of Biological SciencesInstitute of Advanced Studies, Australian National University.  

  13. Zooarchaelogy Bivalves, Birds, Crustaceans, Fish, Gastropods,  Reptiles. (Internet Biodiversity Service).   Florida Museum of Natural Hisotry.

  14.  IUCN Red List of Threatened Plants. (Internet Biodiversity Service).   "The 1997 IUCN Red List of Threatened Plants was published as a book in 1998 by IUCN (The World Conservation Union), as part of IUCN/SSC's red list programme. The searchable database provided here was developed by WCMC (UNEP World Conservation Monitoring Centre), in collaboration with the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. This database makes available 35,319 records from the WCMC Threatened Plants Database of plants that are recorded as globally threatened. In addition to information published in the book, WCMC has included information on common names and synonymy.  The WCMC Threatened Plants Database contains information on over 136,000 plant taxa of conservation importance based on 19,000 data sources. Data presented here includes major contributions from the Association for Biodiversity Information, National Botanical Institute, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, IUCN's Species Survival Commission, Smithsonian Institution, The Nature Conservancy, The New York Botanical Garden and Wildlife Australia".

  15.  IUCN Red list of Threatened Animals of the World. (Internet Biodiversity Service).   "The WCMC  (UNEP World Conservation Monitoring Centre) Animals Database holds information on threatened species and others of conservation concern. Part of this database is common to the IUCN Red List of Threatened Animals, and this information is available here in interactive format. This information resource is a result of long-term collaboration between countless individual scientists worldwide and many organisations, notably the Species Survival Commission of IUCN, BirdLife International and WCMC".




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