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BIOL 4370: General Toxicology: Books

Library and internet resources to help you with your Toxicology on Trial presentation (and paper for graduate students).

eBooks

There are two ways to find biology ebooks at the UNT Libraries - through the catalog and by directly searching ebook collections. In either approach, remember to use the book's index to see if your topic is covered.

Follow these steps to find ebooks through the UNT Library Catalog:

  1. Perform a keyword or subject search for your biology topic in the UNT Library Catalog. See suggested subject terms at the right.
  2. Choose the "E-Books" option from the Material dropdown menu, and then select Submit.
  3. Click on the title link of a book you want.
  4. Above the Location and Call Number information, select the "connect to online resource" link.
  5. Now you can skim or read the book.

Here are some ebook collections that you can go to directly and search for biology topics:

Print Books

Follow these steps to find print books on biology topics in the UNT Library Catalog:

  1. Perform a keyword or subject search for your biology topic. See suggested subject terms at the right.
  2. Choose the "Books and Journals" option from the Material dropdown menu, and then select Submit.
  3. Click on the title link of a book you want.
  4. Write down the Location and Call Number and note whether the Status is "Available."
  5. Ask for assistance at a service desk if you need help finding a book.

The books below are a few samples of the thousands of biology books available online and at the Willis Library on the 3rd floor.

Suggested Subject Terms for Biology Research

Select a link below and you'll see a long list of narrower subject terms. Look to the right to see how many books are in each category. Find the term closest to your topic and select it.

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