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Natural Science Seminar: BIOL397, BIOL497
Find articles in the library databases
Databases supporting Biology available through the Carengie-Vincent Library
Find Annual Reviews in the library databases
Annual Reviews provides researchers, professors, and scientific professionals with a definitive academic resource in 37 scientific disciplines. Annual Reviews saves you time by synthesizing the vast amount of primary research literature and identifying the principal contributions in your field. Biology; Chemistry; DCOM; Environmental Science; Health, Physical Education, and Athletic Training; Multidisciplinary; Natural Sciences; Physical Education & Kinesiology; Psychology; Social Work
NSS Research Paper CSE Template
Find books at LMU and other libraries worldwide
Find dissertations or theses in the library databases
Dissertations and theses may be your best source when starting a literature review because a literature review is an integral part of the document. Since there are several ways to identify relevant dissertations or theses, consider working with the LMU science librarian to make sure you do not miss key sources.
Dissertations and Theses
The first 3 links are for fee library databases. The third link is subject specific to law and education so that may not have any relevance to you work. The last link is to a growing resource of full-text dissertations and theses from a library network NTLDT.