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Unformatted text preview: Lakeland Library Study Guides library.lakelandcc.edu/findsources.html Anatomy & Physiology Circulating Circulating Books General call numbers for books on Human Anatomy and Physiology are listed below. Use the Lakeland Library Catalog to find specific items. Start at the library’s homepage: library.lakelandcc.edu. From the menu select . Search & Find then Books, etc. then Lakeland Catalog and enter your search. If you cannot find an item in the Lakeland Library, or if the item you are looking for has been checked out, try using OhioLINK. From the library menu select Search & Find then Books, etc. then OhioLINK Catalog and enter your search. OhioLINK offers a combined library collection of more than 39.2 million items. You can request items online using either catalog and pick them up at Lakeland’s main campus or either branch. Items are usually delivered in 2-3 days. You must have an active library account to borrow books from the Lakeland Library or to place requests through OhioLINK. Call the library at 440.525.7425 if you need help in finding or requesting an item. • • • QM1QM1 QM1-695 Human Anatomy QM25 QM25 Atlases of Human Anatomy QM601QM601 QM601-695 Human Embryology • • • • QP1QP1 QP1-981 Physiology QP31QP31 QP31-36 Textbooks on Anatomy & Physiology QP86 QP86 Aging QP301 QP301 Movement • • • QP351QP351 QP351-495 Neurophysiology QP501QP501 QP501-801 Animal Biochemistry QP901QP901 QP901-981 Experimental Pharmacology Reference Reference Books Books in the reference collection may be used in the library only; they cannot be checked out. Use the online catalog to find specific books. • • • • • • • Gray's Anatomy : the Anatomical Basis of Clinical Practice—QM23.2 .G73 2005 QM23.2 Grant's Atlas of Anatomy—QM25 .A38 1999 QM25 The Human Body on File—QM25 .H85 QM25 An Illustrated Atlas of the Skeletal Muscles—QM151 .B68 QM151 Illustrated Physiology—QP34.5 .M36 1975 QP34.5 McMinn's Color Atlas of Human Anatomy—QM25 .M23 2003 QM25 Usborne Illustrated Dictionary of Biology—QH309.2 .S76 QH309.2 Visual Resources— Visual Resources—VHS & DVD Visual resources, VHS & DVD, may be checked out for 2 hour periods for use in the library only. • • • Understanding the Human Body: an Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology (8 vols.)—QP38.G66 QP38.G66 Student Video Series for Anatomy and Physiology (2 vols.)—QM23.2 .S83 QM23.2 Prentice Hall Video Tutor for Anatomy & Physiology—QP34.5 .P72 QP34.5 For additional assistance, contact the Lakeland Library Reference Desk at 440.525.7425 440.525.7425 or [email protected] Lakeland Library Study Guides library.lakelandcc.edu/findsources.html Anatomy & Physiology Databases Databases (Use to Find Articles) From the Lakeland Library home page, click on ESearch & Find then All E-Resources then choose By Subject Area and select Medicine and Health to find the following resources: • Medline 2000- (current) - contains the most current Medline 2000years of the National Library of Medicine's online database of references to journal articles in the health sciences. Information in the database comes from 3,900 journals in 40 different languages. • Oxford Reference, Medicine - Reference books on Oxford Medicine. • Academic Search Premier - This resource indexes Academic over 4300 periodicals and contains full text for over 3400 scholarly publications. • AccessScience - contains encyclopedia articles, AccessScience dictionary terms, biographies, research updates, and science news. Electronic Electronic Journal Center (EJC) The Electronic Journal Center (EJC) contains more than 6,300 titles and six million articles from 80+ publishers. In the fields of Anatomy and Physiology, the EJC gives access to the content of dozens of journals from leading scientific publishers. Besides searching and printing the full-text of every article, users may also find links to “works cited” information. From the library home page, library.lakelandcc.edu, click on Search & Find then Articles, etc. then Center. Electronic Journal Center From Journals by Subject choose Health Sciences and Medicine and then Anatomy. Physiology and Anatomy Off-campus access is available 24/7 through the Lakeland Library or directly through OhioLINK, http:/journals.ohiolink.edu The The Visible Human Project http://www.nlm.nih.gov/ This site contains complete, anatomically detailed, three-dimensional representations of the normal male and female human bodies. WebAnatomy WebAnatomy http://www.msjensen.gen.umn.edu/ WebAnatomy is an interactive quiz program that was designed for freshman anatomy and physiology students at the University of Minnesota. The Whole Brain Atlas http://www.med.harvard.edu/AANLIB/home.html Take a road trip of the brain at Harvard Medical School's Whole Brain Atlas. This ambitious research and educational site is a catalog of medical images of actual human brains--from models that are normal and healthy to specimens with diseased, injured, and disordered tissue. Order books, find and read articles, read full-text journals and e-books 24/7 at Selected Selected Web Resources American American Medical Association Atlas of the Body http://www.ama-assn.org This site provides full color diagrams and explanatory text for certain parts of the human body. Digital Anatomist Project http://www9.biostr.washington.edu/ Provides digital images of the human body using 3-D digital representations, MRI scans and other means. Gray's Anatomy http://www.bartleby.com/ The Bartleby.com edition of Gray's Anatomy of the Human Body features 1,247 vibrant engravingsmany in color-from the classic 1918 publication, as well as a subject index with 13,000 entries. Net Anatomy http://www.netanatomy.com/ Net Anatomy is designed to teach human anatomy to students of the health professions, including undergraduate medical, health sciences, and nursing students. library.lakelandcc.edu library.lakelandcc.edu ...
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