Welcome to Subject Guide: Biology!
When starting your "library" research and selecting and narrowing a topic, it would be helpful to get background information on the topic. Check the Reference Shelf and Books, e-Books, & Protocols pages for guidance.
To find the most curret information on a topic or specific research findings, it will be necessary to consult journal articles. See the Articles & Databases page for more information.
Researching Published Knowledge
Click here for information on Primary and Secondary Sources in the Sciences.
Click here for tips on Writing a Research Paper.
Stuck? Contact your librarian!
I am here to help in your research process.
Trish Stumpf Garcia
Biology, Genomics, & Bioengineering Librarian
Orbach Science Library
Phone: (951) 827-6442
- Bio 5A Tutorial (citations, articles, journals, & using the database BIOSIS)
- Sign up for Bio 5A Workshop
- Bio 30 Guide
- Microbiology 121 (locate information about an organism)
- Plant Pathology 010
Related Subject Guides
Contact your biology subject specialist, Trish Stumpf Garcia, at: firstname.lastname@example.org