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University of Portland Clark Library

BIO 203: Human Form & Function: Starting Points

Background Information

Sources that teach you more about a topic:

  • Specialized encyclopedias 
  • Textbooks / Introductory Books
  • Lab Manual
  • Review articles in journals  (also known as "secondary" articles)

UP Library Search

Search: for:  

Use UP Library Search to find books, streaming videos, online resources, journal articles, and much more (Search Tips). Need help? See handouts for Finding Books on the Shelf and Requesting Clark Library and Summit Items online.

Research Literature

In the sciences and medicine, the research literature includes:

  • Research articles in journals (also known as "primary" articles)
  • Papers presented at professional conferences and meetings

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