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Please direct all science research questions to Heidi Parker, Technology Librarian and science liaison.
Print Reference Sources
These books are located on the first floor of Vogel Library near the curriculum classroom. They are examples of the types of reference materials found in the reference collection. They may only be used in the library.
People are living longer, and the elder population is growing larger. To meet the ongoing need for quality information on elder health, this book combines multiple perspectives to offer readers a more accurate and complete picture of the aging process. The book takes a biopsychosocial approach to the complexities of its subject, and all chapters and entries include references and resource lists.
Full-text of over 1,000 reference works (encyclopedias, dictionaries, etc).
A Dictionary of Biology: this dictionary provides comprehensive coverage of biology, biophysics, and biochemistry, as well as key terms from medicine and palaeontology. It includes biographies of key scientists, and feature articles on important topics, such as bioinformatics, genetically modified organisms, microarray technology, and RNA interference.
Encyclopedia of Evolution: surveys essential concepts and theories, present methods, models and findings, and discuss both the history of the field and current controversies.
Oxford Dictionary of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology: provides a comprehensive survey of modern biochemistry and molecular biology. It includes definitions of terms from the fields of Bioinformatics, Biophysics, Cell Biology, Chemistry, Genetics, Immunology, Mathematics, Microbiology, Pharmacology, Systems Biology, and Toxicology.