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Which databases cover which subcategories of agriculture?
All Areas: CAB Direct, Agricola, Web of Science
Animal Science and Vet Med: PubMed, CAB Direct, Biosis Previews, Web of Science
Plant Sciences: CAB Direct, Agricola, Biosis Previews
Conservation and Wildlife Management: CAB Direct, Ecology Abstracts, Agricola, BioOne, AGRIS
Fisheries: Environmental & Resource Management, Agricola, AGRIS
Nutrition: PubMed, Web of Science, CAB Direct
Biochemistry: SciFinder Scholar, PubMed, Biosis Previews
Deep (Historical): JSTOR, WorldCat, Dissertations & Theses
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