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Biology 150L (Beaster-Jones): Welcome!

Developmental Biology Laboratory

Research Based Bio 150L Projects

Developmental Biology Laboratory Report
•    Introduction—provide background information and context for your report from primary literature and review articles
•    Discussion—relate your results to the findings of others in the scientific community as reported in primary literature and review articles
•    Literature Cited/References—include in-text citations (author(s), year) and reference list of citations

Project Requirements
•    Introduction includes 3-4 references
•    Discussion includes 3-4 references
•    Citations in the style of the research journal Development


Today's Outcomes:

By the end of our library session you will be able to ...

  • identify and use relevant scientific databases to locate review articles and original research articles.
  • use database functionality to your advantage e.g. limiters (date, article type), sorting, etc. to produce targeted & relevant results.
  • access cited and cited by literature.
  • use RefWorks to format your in-text citations and bibliography.


Database Poll

What Databases have you used?
Google: 3 votes (12%)
Google Scholar: 15 votes (60%)
Academic Search Complete: 2 votes (8%)
Pub Med: 3 votes (12%)
Web of Science: 0 votes (0%)
ScienceDirect: 1 votes (4%)
Other?: 1 votes (4%)
Total Votes: 25

Subject Guide

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Olivia Olivares
Kolligian Library
KL 260
(209) 285-7742

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Daisy and Trampers, the gorgeous doggos who own the librarian who made this guide, Elizabeth Salmon. Cute, no?