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Biological Sciences: Home

This guide includes information on how to find biological information. Biological sciences encompasses many fields of research including ecology, evolution, cell biology, microbiology, biochemistry, neurobiology and zoology to name a few fields.

Searching Biological Literature

Biological information can be found in many formats including books, journal articles, datasets, images, conference proceedings, etc.

Journal literature is a major component of biological literature.  The following databases are essential tools for searching biological literature.

Find Articles including peer-reviewed articles using:

Other Useful Resources

Search handbooks and encyclopedia for background information, property data or definition/explanation of terms.

Subject Guide

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