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BIOLOGY 411: Radiation Biology

Guide to library research in radiology.

Reference Works

Why use them?

Reference works, like dictionaries, encyclopedias, handbooks, as well as online sources like the ones listed here, can be important sources of background or other information to assist you with research on your term papers.  If your interests are broad, this information may help you focus on a manageable research topic.  These sources may also suggest books or articles which contain more information on your chosen topics.

Recommended Sources from our Reference Collection

Look for these and others on the main floor beyond the Reference Desk:

Biological Abstracts (1928 - 1997) - REF QH301 .B37

Encyclopedia of Life Sciences - REF QH302.5 .E54 2002

Encyclopedia of Neuroscience – REF RC334 .E53 1999

Facts on File Dictionary of Biology – REF QH302.5 .F38 2005

Science Citation Index (1955 - 2002) - REF Z7401 .S365

Recommended Online Sources

These online web resources may help you in your research.

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