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Encyclopedia of the Life Sciences
Includes over 3,000 articles covering biochemistry, cell biology, developmental biology, ecology and evolution, genetics and molecular biology, immunology, microbiology, neuroscience, plant science and structural biology. This twenty volume set also includes articles on the history and philosophy of pertinent scientists. Reference QU302.5 .E53 2002
Encyclopedia of Bioethics
A five volume encyclopedia covering al aspects of bioethics, discussed from various points of view. A list of all the articles and a topical outline appears in volume one. Includes bibliographic references and index.
Reference QH332 .E52 2004
Encyclopedia of Entomology
This three volume encyclopedia provides a broad overview of insects and their close relatives, including taxonomy, behavior, ecology, physiology, history, and management. It also includes biographic information on over three hundred notable and pioneer entomologists. Reference QL462.3 .E522 2004
Encyclopedia of Human Biology
This nine volume set includes over 670 articles on the subject human biology: ranging from genetics and cell biology to public health, pediatrics, and gerontology. Reference QP11 .E53 1997
Encyclopedia of Microbiology
Contains over three hundred scholarly articles in twenty different subject areas within the overall field of microbiology. Volume four contains a subject index. In addition, the table of contents by subject area also functions as an index, listing all of the topics within a given area. Reference QR 9 .E53 2000