Materials on biology may be found in the QH301-705 call number range or by
searching the library catalog. Specific divisions are as follows:
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You may access the following databases from any computer workstation on campus. For off-campus access, please follow the Remote Access Instructions found on the library’s webpage under Off-Campus Access Instructions or click here for an online tutorial .
Annual Reviews publishes authoritative articles in microbiology, plant biology, and cell and developmental biology as well as numerous other scientific fields.
Biological Sciences offers citations and abstracts to a wide range of research in biomedicine, biotechnology, zoology, and ecology. From the Search window, click on Specific Databases, check Biological Sciences and click on Continue to Search at the top of the page.
BioOne allows one to search for fulltext articles from “high-impact bioscience research journals”.
HighWire Press contains the online versions of high-impact scholarly journals and other content in the scientific and medical fields.
Science In Context contains the online versions of high-impact scholarly journals and other content in the scientific and medical fields.
Academic Search Complete is a valuable and comprehensive scholarly, multi-disciplinary full-text database.
MasterFILE Premier is composed of full text journal and magazine articles, reference books, biographies, primary source documents, and an Image Collection
The Biology Project, designed for the college student, is an interactive online resource for learning biology and focuses on real life applications and the latest research findings.
Biology Online is an excellent site for biological information and is ideal for homework or research projects. One will find a biology dictionary, biology tutorials, and links to biology related websites.
BIODIDAC, an award winning site, functions as an online resource that contains over 6000 digital images (photos and diagrams) for use in teaching biology.
Gray's Anatomy of the Human Body is one of the most well-known and used references on human anatomy. One may browse by subject or search within 13000 entries.
MedBioWorld is an excellent resource for dictionaries, encyclopedias, glossaries and other reference materials for all areas of biology.
Plants National Database provides information on all types of plants within the United States.
Science.gov “is a gateway to authoritative science information provided by U.S. Government agencies, including research and development results.”
If you have questions regarding any of these resources or need assistance
finding additional information, please Ask a Librarian.