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The FABI Guide is compiled with you, the researcher in mind. Hopefully your task in finding the best sources for your research will be made easier by these guidelines. Read subject specific journals as well as popular science journals on this page.Find guidelines for your databases and more. You are welcome to contact me.

CRISPR -- A Resource Page Everything you want to know about CRISPR 

The CRISPR page at National Centre for Biotechnology 

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New Books

Nematology in South Africa : a view from the 21st century eBook 2017 Henka Fourie, Vaughan W. Spaull, Robin K. Jones, Mieke S. Daneel, D. De Waele  Nematode morphology and classification --Quarantine nematodes -- Chemical and biological control -- Alternative nematode management strategies for subsistence farmers -- Nematode pests of cereal crops -- Nematodes of leguminous and oil seed crops -- Nematodes of potato and other vegetable crops -- Nematode pests of sugarcane -- Nematode pests of industrial crops -- Nematode pests of citrus -- Nematode pests of grapevine -- Nematode pests of deciduous fruits -- Nematode pests of banana -- Nematode pests of miscellaneous tropical and subtropical crops -- Nematode pests of pineapples -- Nematode pests of grasses and weeds -- Free-living nematodes -- Overview of the South African plant-parasitic nematode survey

Advances in Taxonomy and Phylogeny of Entomopathogenic Nematodes of the Steinernematidae and Heterorhabditidae. eBook David Hunt 2016 Advances in Entomopathogenic Nematode Taxonomy and Phylogeny provides an account of the valid Steinernema and Heterorhabditis species proposed since 2007. A taxonomic overview, tabular key to species, and their phylogeny and phylogeography are provided.

The Fungal Kingdom 2018 Joseph Heitman ed, Barbara J. Howlett ed, Pedro W. Crous ed

The Fungal Tree of Life: From Molecular Systematics to Genome-Scale Phylogenies / Six Key Traits of Fungi: Their Evolutionary Origins and Genetic Bases / What Defines the "Kingdom" Fungi?

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 ACS Publications -- American Chemical Society Suite of Journals

Nature Use Link: Nature, Nature Publishing Group

   Nature Chemistry Use Link: Nature Chemistry, Nature Publishing Group

   Science  Use Link: Science, American Association for the Advancement of Science

Chemical and Engineering News

    Journal of Chemical Education

   National Geographic

  New Scientist Use Link: Brain and Mind, Socolar

  Popular Mechanics

   Popular Science

Royal Society of Chemistry Journals

   Scientific American Use Link: Scientific American, Nature Publishing Group

       South African Journal of Chemistry

     South African Journal of Science

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Wood SA and Timber Times

South African Society for Microbiology

South African Society for Microbiology SASM is a non-profit professional association dedicated to the advancement of microbiological sciences in South Africa.

South African Institute of Forestry Newsletters

American Society For Microbiology

International Union of Forest Research Organizations

Dryad Digital Repository -- Research Data --- Open Access

DryadLab is a project of the Dryad Digital Repository, which makes a wide variety of Research Data underlying scientific and medical publications discoverable, freely reusable, and citable.