POLIBOTÁNICA is indexed in the following international indices:
CONACYT, index of Mexican Magazines of Scientific and Technological Research of the National Council of Science and Technology.
SciELO, is made up of the collections of academic journals from 15 countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Spain, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, Portugal, South Africa, Uruguay, and Venezuela.
Google Scholar provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature. Search across a wide variety of disciplines and sources: articles, theses, books.
DOAJ, Directory of Public Access Journals, This service has free access to the full texts of articles published in Scientific Journals of academic excellence Libraries at the University of Lund. Sweden.
CrossRef Indexing. The CrossRef system is used for linking citations across publishers. To ensure direct linking to and from its contents, Polibotanica is linked to CrossRef. Online archives have also been indexed. Every Article will be provided with DOI and will remain the permanent link of that article.
Open Science Directory, This directory provides access to the scientific literature of approximately 13,000 scientific journals. It has been possible thanks to programs developed by numerous universities that allow access to knowledge to many developing countries, developed by the Hasselt University Library, Belgium.
Dialnet, is a portal for the dissemination of Hispanic scientific production. Its free access database was created by the University of La Rioja (Spain) and constitutes a virtual newspaper archive containing the indexes of the scientific and humanistic journals from Spain, Portugal, and Latin America. The full text of many of the documents is available online. Numerous Spanish and Latin American universities collaborate in the portal, carrying out the dumping of journal summaries. It also incorporates databases with documents in other languages.
REDIB, Iberoamerican Network of innovation and scientific knowledge. Platform for aggregation of scientific and academic content in electronic format produced in the Ibero-American sphere.
MIAR, gathers key information for journal identification and analysis. These are grouped into large scientific areas - subdivided in turn into more specific academic fields. The system creates a correspondence matrix between the magazines, identified by their ISSN and the databases and repertoires that index or include them. In addition, the link to the websites of the publishers and institutions responsible for the repertoires is indicated.
Index Copernicus International (IC), provides bibliographic services that include free access to abstracts and full texts of scientific articles as well as a classification and calculation of a Discharge Factor (DF).
The Kew Record of Taxonomic Literature
REDALYC, Network of Scientific Journals from Latin America and the Caribbean, Spain, and Portugal that under the motto "science that is not seen does not exist" seeks to contribute to strengthening communication; scientific of Latin America
LATINDEX, a regional online information system for scientific journals in Latin America, the Caribbean, Spain, and Portugal. Latindex It is the product of the cooperation of a network of institutions that work in a coordinated way to gather and disseminate bibliographic information on the scientific serial publications produced in the region.
PERIODICA, (Index of Latin American Magazines in Sciences).