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Data Systems

DNA Sequence Analysis

Biodiversity Institute of Ontario

Barcode of Life Data Systems (BOLD) is an online workbench that aids collection, managemen, analysis, and use of DNA. The system provides analysis tools, repository for barcode records, online species identification, and integration tools for Web developers and bioinformaticians.

Computer keyboard for database research.

DOC. NOASS. Alaska Fisheries Science Center.

Provides access to data on the early life history of fishes. The site can be used to identify unknown fish eggs and larvae, and has interactive links to Fishbase and LarvalBase.

U.S. Department's of Agriculture; Interior; Commerce; Smithsonian Institution; Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada

ITIS is a partnership of Federal agencies formed to satisfy the need for scientifically credible taxonomic information. ITIS provides a database of scientific names, each record includes data quality indicators: crediblity ranking, latest record review data, and global species completedness.