Contains several information about allele frequency data on DNA sequence polymorphisms in anthropologically defined human populations. ALFRED is designed to be a resource for research and for education in diverse areas related to human genetic diversity. This database focuses on allele frequencies in diverse anthropologically defined populations. It includes contents about allele frequencies of polymorphisms with an emphasis on those polymorphisms that have been studied in multiple populations.
A website provided by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) that aims to help researchers compare and choose the appropriate simulation tools for their studies. This website allows authors of simulation software to register their applications and describe them with well-defined attributes, thus allowing site users to search and compare simulators according to specified features.
Assembles data about known extant and recently extinct mammals’ life history, ecology, and geography. PanTHERIA is a manually curated database which provides a dataset organized across species-level values. It gives access to two files, standing for the two species-level taxonomic classiﬁcations of mammals, which compiles more than 10000 records including information such as size or environmental conditions.
Provides defined media formulations for organisms with fully sequenced genomes. MediaDB focuses on organisms that have existing metabolic network models. It aims to investigate the relationship between microbial genomes and media composition. This database serves as both a central repository of data linking genome sequence to media compositions, and as a resource that facilitates model-supported design of cultivation media.
Provides a repository with aim of offering an overview of worldwide cultural practices. D-PLACE collects information about more than 1400 human groups including cultural description based on ethnographic studies anterior to 1950, language classifications and phylogenies, and geographical location. Searches can be made by language group, geographic region, and/or environmental or cultural variable and provided as maps or trees.
Provides information about microbial diversity in North-East (NE) India. NEMiD aims to answer primary and integrative analysis questions frequently asked by microbiologists and biotechnologists. The database contains more than 200 entries of bacteria, fungi, and actinomycetes along with research articles on database-related data. Users can query different types of information including details of the organism, molecular data and publications. NEMiD can be used to understand the microbial diversity pattern of the megabiodiversity region and to assist in identification of microbes.
Provides a synonymic species checklist of animals, plants, fungi, protists and bacteria. the Catalogue of Life aims to gather the most exhaustive collection of names of all species accompanied by an integrated, hierarchical view of relationships between taxa Information are provided by more than 150 contributing databases, including Global Species Databases, that encompass the five kingdoms.
Compiles authoritative avian taxonomic concepts. Avibase provides information curated from more than 150 taxonomic checklists, both global or regional, of all birds known and currently recognized. The repository includes over 844,000 taxonomic concepts for species and about 705,000 concepts for subspecies Besides, the database gives access to the original publication of these checklists and all subsequent revisions.
Provides taxonomic data about the world's Orthoptera (grasshoppers, locusts, katydids and crickets), both living and fossil. OSF Online facilitates participation of many orthopterists in updating the database over the Internet. It contains information for over 27 870 valid species, 45 520 scientific names, 210 400 citations to 14 000 references, 93 600 images, 1600 sound recordings, and 98 300 specimen records.
Provides an epidemiology database of haemoglobinopathies. IthaMaps offers illustrating data on a dynamic global to regional map. It allows integration of additional types of information and more detailed data. This online resource content can be divided into three classes: (i) country-specific information on existing haemoglobinopathy-related healthcare policies, (ii) country-specific information on the status of major haemoglobinopathies and (iii) relative allele frequencies of specific globin gene mutations at the national and regional level.
Provides a repository of animal’s population dynamics based on matrix population models (MPM). COMADRE Animal Matrix Database is an open-access online repository that aims to (i) find, digitize and systematically error-check published animal MPMs and supplement them with additional information, (ii) offer information on an open-data framework, and (iii) develop tools to facilitate comparative analyses.
Provides an interactive platform for data visualization allowing users to examine trends over time, geographical distribution and make comparisons between health providers. Fingertips is a major public repository of population and public health indicators for England. The information is classified thanks to several thematic or topics indicated on this online repository.
Provides a repository of plant population dynamics based on matrix population models (MPM). COMPADRE Plant Matrix Database is an open-access online repository that aims to (i) minimize redundant efforts in data digitization by integrating independent research groups around the world, (ii) continue archiving plant demographic data, adding important ancillary information, and (iii) build an online portal to share the information on an open-access basis.
Provides data about entomology, ecology, agriculture, bio control forestry and naturalism. HOSTS offers a collection of insects and plants and is searchable by scientific names. It contains a synoptic data set drawn from about 180,000 records comprising taxonomically 'cleaned' hostplant data for about 22,000 Lepidoptera species.
Provides a resource for epidemiological studies data. ClinEpiDB allows users to explore several studies like the PRISM study that focuses on Malaria in Uganda. Users can access to data by using the example searches that are categorized by households, participants, observations and light traps. The platform offers several tools to visualize information like a contingency table or a distribution graph.
Gathers information about amphibians species. ASW collects about 7700 species among frogs and toads, newts, salamanders and caecilians. The database allows users to make searches by order, family, subfamilies or species name, but also to visualize a specific amphibian phylogenic tree. In addition, it contains a photograph library called taxonomic photo browser which permit to view all genera in a family or all species in a genus.
Gathers information about marine biodiversity information. BISMaL contains a wide range of data including brief description on taxonomy, photographs, distribution map, videos and references for each species. The database also allows users to explore two specific components: occurrence records, which gathers information about how organisms were observed and collected; and taxon metadata, which provides taxonomic groups information by using the Linnaean classification system.
Contains several types of information concerning insect species. KONCHUR focuses on insect species from East Asian and Pacific as well as Japanese insects. The database interface offers users to realize two types of research: a simple search mode and an advanced search mode.
Gathers information about tropical asian bees. TABR Bees is constructed on main references related to tropical bees and provides a record for each detected taxon. Each record consists of eleven items, such as depository of the type, distributional data, reference or notes. Searches can be made by simple or advanced mode.
Stores information for both human and mouse cell types and lineages. SCLD is a database that provides a user interface for the curation. It also permits to browse cell type gene expression profiles and cell lineage maps. This resource is publicly accessible, directly user editable, and hyperlinked to a series of source databases. It also provides graphical lineage maps, graphical ontology building, cell type expression data and a variety of other data essential to stem cell biologists.
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