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|Technology Research Database||This comprehensive database provides a single mega-file of all the unique records available through its components: the CSA Materials Research Database with METADEX, CSA High Technology Research Database with Aerospace, and the CSA Engineering Research Database. The database content represents the most comprehensive and current coverage of the relevant serial and non-serial literature available.||1962-present||Partial|
|Toxicology Abstracts||Every day, in all branches of toxicology, research uncovers new risks associated with the chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and by-products of our age. Toxicology Abstracts is the only comprehensive print resource for professionals in this field who must be aware of every new finding. Specifically focused to meet the needs of toxicologists, Toxicology Abstracts covers issuses from social poisons and substance abuse to natural toxins, from legislation and recommended standards to environmental issues. Surveying the literature for toxicology studies of industrial and agricultural chemicals, household products, pharmaceuticals, and myriad other substances, each issue publishes information concerning the in vivo effects of toxic substances.
About 200 journals are selectively indexed by Toxicology Abstracts.
|1981 - present||Partial|
|TOXLINE||TOXLINE on this service offers rapid access to information in all areas of toxicology, including chemicals and pharmaceuticals, pesticides, environmental pollutants, and mutagens and teratogens. This database provides bibliographic citations and abstracts from journal articles, monographs, technical reports, theses, letters, meeting abstracts, papers and reports. Produced by the U.S. National Library of Medicine, information in the database is drawn from a number of discrete files including Toxicity Bibliography and Developmental and Reproductive Toxicology. This version of TOXLINE does not contain information from Chemical Abstracts Service, BIOSIS, or International Pharmaceutical Abstracts.||1999 - present||Partial|
|Turfgrass Information File||The Turfgrass Information File (TGIF) provides bibliographic and descriptive records of all types of works related to turfgrass culture. TGIF was established in 1983 by the United States Golf Association (USGA) Turfgrass Research Committee and the Michigan State University Libraries, and is now maintained by the Turfgrass Information Center, a division of MSU Libraries.The ultimate goals of TGIF is to: identify all available print or online materials reporting on turfgrass and its maintenance; to provide access to records representing each item; and, to provide a direct link to the full-text or actual content of each item, when possible.||1895 to present||Partial|