Botany, Plant Science, and Weed Science

Relevant titles also may be found on our ecology list.

Agricultural Research - full text from 1995-present; tables of content and abstracts only before 1995

Agronomy Journal - tables of content and abstracts with select full text

American Fern Journal - full text

American Journal of Botany - full text with 5-year moving wall; some new and advance articles may be available here

Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden - full text with 3-year moving wall

Applied Vegetation Science - full text with 3-year moving wall

Biotropica - full text with 5-year moving wall

Botanical Gazette - full text; continued by International Journal of Plant Sciences

The Botanical Review - full text with 5-year moving wall

Botany - full text with 12-month moving wall available through Ebsco's Academic Search Premier (2008-present) database (via DOI Library); formerly Canadian Journal of Botany through 2007

Brittonia - full text

The Bryologist - full text

Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club - full text; continued by Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society

California Agriculture - full text

Canadian Journal of Botany - see Botany

Canadian Journal of Plant Science - full text with 1-year moving wall

Desert Plants - tables of content only

Endangered Species Bulletin (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service) - full text

Endangered Species Update (Univ. of Michigan) - tables of content and abstracts only

International Journal of Plant Sciences - full text with 5-year moving wall

Journal of Arid Environments - tables of content and abstracts with select full text

Journal of Experimental Botany - full text from 2000-present; tables of content and abstracts only before 2000

Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society - full text with 3-year moving wall

Journal of Vegetation Science - full text with 5-year moving wall via JSTOR; full text from 2002-2008 via BioOne

Land and Water magazine - full text; limited archives

Missouri Botanical Garden Annual Report - full text; ceased publication in 1912

Native Plants Journal - full text

New Phytologist - full text with 3-year moving wall; issues within wall may be available via the publisher

Paleobiology - full text; older issues available via JSTOR

Photochemistry and Photobiology - full text

Society of Wetland Scientists Bulletin - full text

Systematic Botany - full text; older issues available via JSTOR

Weed Science - full text; older issues available via JSTOR

Weed Technology - full text; older issues available via JSTOR

Weeds - full text; continued by Weed Science

Wetlands - full text


Most of these resources are available only to BLM employees, per our subscription agreements, and will authenticate automatically based on IP address. Many of the titles listed here also are held in print form in the BLM Library. For journals available online, we have noted whether access is full-text or limited to tables of content and abstracts. Access to some titles is controlled by the publisher; click to learn more about the "moving wall." Please read our copyright advisory.

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