The Kew Record Taxonomic Literature (TL) database contains
references to all publications relating to the taxonomy of flowering
plants, gymnosperms and ferns. It also includes references on
phytogeography, nomenclature, chromosome surveys, chemotaxonomy,
floras and botanical institutions, along with articles of taxonomic
interest in the fields of anatomy and morphology, palynology,
embryology and reproductive biology, and relevant bibliographies and
biographies. Each article on the database is divided into different
fields (for instance author, title, added keywords) and searches may
be made over the whole article or be limited to particular fields.
The International Plant Names Index (IPNI) is a database of
the names and associated basic bibliographical details of all seed
plants. Its goal is to eliminate the need for repeated reference to
primary sources for basic bibliographic information about plant
names. The data are freely available and are gradually being
standardized and checked. IPNI will be a dynamic resource, depending
on direct contributions by all members of the botanical community.
is the product of a collaboration between the Royal Botanic Gardens
at Kew, the Harvard University Herbaria and the Australian National
HYpermedia for Plant Protection (HYPPA) - Weeds.
This encyclopedic database on plant protection catalogues the main
weeds (580) of western Europe, describes the species at two stages:
mature plants and seedlings, and provides information on their
taxonomy, their distribution and their ecology. It is the internet
version of the weed section of the HYPPÓCDROM.
HYPPA is developed by the Weed Science and Agronomy Unit (INRA,
Index Synonymique de la Flore de France of Michel Kerguélen is
an alphabetic list of taxa of the wild and cultivated Flora of
France, including synonymy and hybrids, with around 62,000 citations.
The compilation has been carried out following the International
Code of Botanical Nomenclature. It also contains the bibliographic
references corresponding to the diagnosis of taxa, chromosome
numbers, and the type species of each genus.