Biological Societies

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The Japanese Society of Plant Physiologists
The Japanese Society of Plant Physiologists (JSPP) was established in 1959 by distinguished plant physiologists in Japan, as the corresponding member society of the International Association for Plant Physiology (IAPP) that was founded in the same year. Link

The Linnean Society of London
The Linnean Society of London, which was founded in 1788, is now the oldest extant scientific society in the world devoted to natural history and its original publication “The Proceedings” was the forunner of all modern Scientific Journals. Link

The Malacological Society of Australasia
The prime objective of The Malacological Society of Australasia (MSA) is to promote the study of molluscs. Our members include amateurs, students and scientists interested in the study, conservation or appreciation of molluscs. Link

The Malacological Society of London
The Malacological Society of London is a charitable organisation (UK registered charity No. 275980) dedicated to the advancement of education and research on molluscs. It is an international organisation based in London, England. The Society welcomes as members all who are interested in the scientific study of molluscs. Link

The Society for Marine Mammalogy
Provides information on upcoming meetings and well as a list of abstracts from the society’s peer-reviewed, scientific journal, Marine Mammal Science. A special section gives advice to those interested in a career in marine mammal science. Link

The UK Biochemical Society
The UK Biochemical Society Homepage. Link

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