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Introduction to Biology, Human Ecology, Microbiology, & Zoology

Biology

This guide will help you locate sources for Biology classes, including Intro, Human Ecology, Microbiology, and Zoology.

Research Papers for Biological Sciences

A research paper that reports on the results of original scientific inquiry, laboratory outcomes, or field investigations is formatted slightly different than a traditional secondary research paper written for English classes.  These guidelines and headings are for writing original research and might be modified for more traditional research papers in the Biological Sciences.  Always refer to your assignment for specific formatting rules.

  1. Title (Including Subtitle)
  2. Author(s)
  3. Abstract
  4. Introduction
  5. Literature Review
  6. Materials and Methods
  7. Results
  8. Tables/Graphs/Datasets
  9. Discussion
  10. References (Sources Cited)

Keywords

When searching any of the digital sources, you will need to conduct a keyword search.

A keyword or key phrase search can be used to search words and phrases within an author, title, subject heading or within the article content.  

Keyword searching can be broad (such as a search for cell structure) or focused (such as a search for gene expression"and tumor growth).

You can locate information on a variety of topics related to biology.

Biology Databases

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