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Databases are extremely valuable resources for academic researchers due to the fact that they aggregate high-quality scientific information and provide search interfaces that help you locate the resources that are most relevant for your specific research topic.
The following databases and electronic resources will help you obtain relevant and trustworthy information for biology research topics. To access any of them, click here.
NOTE: If you are specifically interested in locating ebooks on biology, visit the section of this guide titled "Books".
|SpringerLink Online Journals||Taylor & Francis Journals|
|PLoS (Public Library of Science)||Wiley Online Library|
|Nature Journals Online||Aquatic Science & Fisheries Abstracts (ASFA)|
|Science Magazine||AGRICOLA (EBSCO)|
|Annual Reviews||Biological & Agricultural Index Plus|
|BioOne Complete||ASABE Technical Library|
|Biological Science Database||ScienceDirect|
This is just a small sample of what you have available through UPRM General Library. We encourage you to explore our full list of databases and electronic resources, which you can view through the following link: A-Z Databases. When you access the list, you can open the menu titled "All Subjects" and select the "Biología/Biology" option. This will limit the list to resources that are recommended for this discipline.
These are multidisciplinary databases that you can use to conduct searches on biology topics. To access them, go to A-Z Databases.
If you are looking for a specific research article that you know the title of, a good option is to look it up in Google Scholar.
If you conduct a search in Google Scholar while you are at UPRM or while connected to the UPRM network, you may have full text access to a greater portion of your search results, since several of these might be available through UPRM General Library.
These are some resources available online that you can use to access biology information.