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  • AccessScience
    Reference. "Online version of McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology."
  • ProQuest Research Library
    Multidisciplinary article index and full-text database.
  • PubMed
    Free database that searches citations, abstracts and provides some full-text to articles in the life sciences and medical fields. Interlibrary loan will be required to access many of the articles discovered through this resource.
  • Wilson OmniFile Full Text Select
    Multidisciplinary article index and full-text database.
  • Agricola
    Database that "supplies citations to agricultural literature." Interlibrary loan will be required to access many of the articles discovered through this resource.

Recent Circulating Books

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Animals - Alejandro Bahamón; Patricia Pérez
Call Number: NA2543 .B56 B34 2009 (Stacks)

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Under a Green Sky - Peter D. Ward
Call Number: QE721.2 .E97 W384 (Stacks)

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About Life - Paul S. Agutter; Denys N. Wheatley
Call Number: QH331 .A344 2007 (Stacks)

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Life as It Is - William F. Loomis
Call Number: QH333 .L66 2008 (Stacks)
ISBN: 0520260015

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Population Systems - Alan A. Berryman; Pavel Kindlmann
Call Number: QH352 .B47 2008 (Stacks)

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Why Darwin Matters - Michael Shermer
Call Number: QH366.2 .S494 2007 (Stacks)

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Where the Wild Things Were - William Stolzenburg
Call Number: QL758 .S746 2008 (Stacks)


Articles and Journals

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ProQuest contains abstracts and full-text articles pertaining to biology and related fields.

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To browse or find journals available online, try the following places:

We do not have any current print physics periodicals in the library.


    Catalog Search

    Search for biology books and other materials in the search box below or go directly to the library catalog:



    Biology books at the Woodbury Library will be located downstairs, in library's annex. Call numbers are arranged alphabetically on the shelves.

    QH1-278.5: Natural history
    QH1-(199.5): General
    QH201-278.5: Microscopy
    QH301-705.5: Biology (General)
    QH359-425: Evolution
    QH426-470: Genetics
    QH471-489: Reproduction
    QH501-531: Life QH540-549.5 Ecology
    QH573-671: Cytology
    QH705-705.5: Economic biology
    QK1-989: Botany
    QL1-991: Zoology
    QM1-695: Human anatomy
    QP1-(981): Physiology
    QR1-502: Microbiology
    R: Medicine (General)
    RA: Public aspects of medicine
    RB: Pathology
    RC: Internal medicine
    RD: Surgery
    RE: Ophthalmology
    RF: Otorhinolaryngology
    RG: Gynecology and obstetrics
    RJ: Pediatrics
    RK: Dentistry
    RL: Dermatology
    RM: Therapeutics. Pharmacology
    RS: Pharmacy and materia medica
    RT: Nursing
    RV: Botanic, Thomsonian, and eclectic medicine
    RX: Homeopathy
    RZ: Other systems of medicine

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    A small selection of websites pertaining to biology and related fields. For more, try searching the Internet Public Library, or Google Directory.

    • Agriculture Network Information Center
      Portal site to agricultural journal articles, websites, news, events, etc.
    • Complete Work of Charles Darwin Online
    • BiologyBrowser
      "allow(s) cross disciplinary searching and retrieval of non traditional, web based resources, with links to data sets held in a number of national and institutional repositories."
    • Dolan DNA Learning Center
      Portal to a suite of websites intended to educate the broader community intended to "prepare students and families to thrive in the gene age."
    • National Institutes of Health
      From the website: "The National Institutes of Health (NIH), a part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, is the nation’s medical research agency—making important medical discoveries that improve health and save lives."
    • SCIRUS
      "With over 370 million scientific items indexed at last count, it allows researchers to search for not only journal content but also scientists' homepages, courseware, pre-print server material, patents and institutional repository and website information."

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