The following table shows names of plants and fungi samples that begin with the letters A and B and have a connected article in the MIROFOSS Database. To make searching for articles by name easier; Duplicate entries can be found for certain tables. An example of a duplicate article:
-Black Pine (is found in the A-B table)
-Pine, Black (is found in the O-P table)
-Pinus Rigida (is found in the O-P table)
The icons located next to each name in the table provided basic information about the organic sample found in the article:

-A flower, fungus, or leaf icon shows what type of organic sample the article describes
-A fork and knife icon shows whether the organic sample in the article is known to be edible
-A medical icon shows whether the organic sample has holistic or naturopathic properties
-A hazard icon shows whether the organic sample is toxic, a biohazard, environmental hazard, highly invasive, if the sample is an irritant, or if the organic sample has sharp thorns
 
-A- -B-
  Abutilon Theophrasti          
        Aconite   Bellis Perennis 'Bellissima'
    Aconite, Winter         Beth Root
  Aconitum Napellus         Biting Stonecrop
        Adder's Tongue         Black Pine
        Aleutian Selfheal   Bladder Campion
        Ale Hoof Blessed Milk Thistle
        All-Heal   Bloodroot
    American Bur-Reed   Bloodroot, Double
    Americanum Sparganium         Bloodwort
Aquilegia Canadensis   Blue Cohosh, Giant
        Argentinian Vervain         Blue Daisy
Asarum Canadense         Blue Dandelion
Asclepias Tuberosa         Blue Sailors
        Ass's Foot         Blue Violet
                Blueweed
                  Blue Weed
                  Broad-Leaved Asarabaccais
          Bull Thistle
                  Bull's Foot
                  Buck Horn Plantain
          Bugloss, Viper's
                  Bunk
              Bur-Reed, American
                  Butterbur
                  Buttercup, Fig
          Butterfly Milkweed
                  Butterprint
                  Buttonweed