Animal and Food Science


The AGRICOLA bibliographic database (AGRICultural OnLine Access) indexes the collection of the National Agricultural Library. It cites articles from academic journals, monographs, conferences, thesis, patents, translations, audiovisual materials, software and technical reports, considering all aspects of agriculture and related areas.

World technical bibliographic information on food and agriculture. Prepared by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). Open access.

AHPC (The Animal Health & Production Compendium)
Encyclopedic resource for health and animal production (pigs, birds, ruminants) prepared by CABI. It contains references, images, information sheets (datasheets) of more than 300 diseases, pathogens and races from 150 countries. It includes the most recent geographic distribution data from the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) and information from the Consultant database of the University of Cornell. It also includes definitions from the Saunders Comprehensive Veterinary Dictionary (Elsevier), the World Dictionary of Livestock Breeds and the Encyclopaedia of Farm Animal Nutrition.

Database of the field of biosciences. Collect full text over 200 magazine titles from 135 nonprofit societies and publishers. You can find titles such as: Crop and Pasture Science, Journal of Agricultural and Urban Entomology, Weed Technology, etc.

CAB eBooks
It is an electronic book platform, divided into 6 collections: Agriculture; Animal and veterinary sciences; Environmental sciences; Human health & nutrition; Leisure & tourism; Plant sciences The books are indexed and can be retrieved by chapters. It allows you to read books online, print and download the pdfs.

Codex Alimentarius
This code is the compilation of all standards, codes of conduct, guidelines and recommendations of the Codex Alimentarius Commission, which is an international subsidiary body of FAO and WHO. One of the main purposes of the code is the preparation of food standards and is a global reference point for consumers, food producers and processors, national food control agencies and international trade.

Natural Science Collection
Access to:
•    Agricultural & Environmental Science Collection
•    Biological Science Collection
•    Earth, Atmospheric & Aquatic Science Collection

Reference Module in Food Science
Collection of the 7 most important food encyclopedias: Agriculture and Food Systems, Meat Sciences, Dairy Sciences, Food Grains, Food Microbiology, Food Sfatey, Food and Health. It includes more than 2900 magazine articles and 7000 images. The update is permanent and the content can be downloaded.


Academic Video Online
A video streaming platform with more than 70,000 videos.

Search engine for biomedical literature, including life sciences, chemical science and bioengineering, among others, known as Medline when distributed by providers. PubMed is a free resource developed and maintained by the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), U.S. U.S. National Library of Medicine (NLM), located at the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

Important both for content and for the services added: bibliometry, identification of authors and affiliations. It is the largest database of abstracts and citations reviewed by peers in the world. It is updated daily. It contains information in 40 languages, plus non-Anglo-Saxon coverage (6900 European journals, more than 50% of the titles are European, South American and Asia-Pacific).

Web of Science (WoS)
Website portal of the Clarivate Analytics company that allows the access to a set of bibliographic and bibliometric databases of a multidisciplinary nature. Searcheable by subject and by mentioned work and / or author, consult bibliometric indicators (number of citations, index H, impact factor of the magazines, etc.)


Portal in the databases of the CSIC, this is a multidisciplinary bibliographical resource that compiles and disseminates mainly research articles published in Spanish scientific journals and replaces "CSIC Databases: ICYT, IME, ISOC".