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BIO 155  

Introductory Biology Laboratory
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Welcome BIO 155 Students!

This guide will help you with lab reports and provide a basic understanding of how to find and use information effectively. Here you will find links to the following:

  • Databases covered in class
  • Ways to find background information
  • Research tips
  • Appropriate citation format for your lab reports
  • Plagiarism policies and tutorials

Please feel free to contact me or any other personnel at the Agricultural Information Center or Young Library if you have any questions. Good luck this semester!



Databases Used in Class

  • Web of Science Core Collection
    Web of Science Core Collection is the main database you will use when searching for articles in this class. It contains links to >12 million journals and >46 million records.
  • InfoKat (UK Libraries' Catalog)
    Provides access to the UK Libraries' catalog of books, journals (by title, NOT by article), and other resources.
  • PsycINFO
    Use this database to find the article on territoriality in field crickets by Alexander that you will need for class.
  • PubMed
    PubMed is an NIH-run database of scientific articles pertaining to the medical sciences.

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