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BIOL 223, 223L, 224, 224L: Human Anatomy and Physiology: Additional Helpful Sources

Prepared Summer 2016

Books on Reserve at the CSU P Academic Library

A & P books that may be helpful that are available on the first floor

Reserve Desk for 2 hour check out

They are shelved under Anatomy and Physiology , BIOL 223 & 224 and labs. 

Cat dissection: a laboratory guide / Connie Allen, Valerie Harper.

Color atlas of histology/ Stanley L. Erlandsen, Jean E. Magney.

Mosby's human anatomy through dissection series for EMS [DVD videorecording]

Photographic atlas of the human body : with selected cat, sheep, and cow dissections / Gerard J. Tortora.

Pictorial anatomy of the cat / Illustations & text by Stephen G. Gilbert.

Strength training anatomy/ Frédéric Delavier.

Trail guide to the body: a hands-on guide to locating muscles, bones, and more / Andrew Biel ; illustrations by Robin Dorn, & DVD

Visual analogy guide to human anatomy & physiology / Paul A. Krieger.

 Other sources may be found in the regular collection to check out. 


Many other books are available to check out in the general call number

QM section on the 4th floor.


Sources to Use in Biology

Most of the research in the Biological Sciences are presented in the form of Scholarly Journal Articles and Conference Papers. Other sources, such as books, have their uses, but your primary literature search will rely on scholarly articles.

To find these sources, you'll want to use the  database. Your professors prefer Biosis and Pubmed, but the following databases may be helpful.