By George H. Bell, Diane B. Rhodes (Moore)
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Some definitions are concise, while others are two to three paragraphs long. A number of excellent illustrations can be found throughout the text. For example, in defining the heart in a semi-encyclopedic manner, a labeled picture of the heart, depicting all its primary parts, can be found. This volume is not as comprehensive as many of the other biology dictionaries mentioned. However, it does a fine job defining the major terms that are listed. 13. , ed. Chambers Biology Dictionary. : W & R Chambers, 1989.
Ed. New York: Facts on File, 1988. 336p. 95. LC 88-45476. ISBN 0-8160-1865-0. This compact dictionary includes major terms from all areas of biology. Some definitions are concise, while others are two to three paragraphs long. A number of excellent illustrations can be found throughout the text. For example, in defining the heart in a semi-encyclopedic manner, a labeled picture of the heart, depicting all its primary parts, can be found. This volume is not as comprehensive as many of the other biology dictionaries mentioned.
A reprint of the 1846 work, this bibliography contains citations in the field of natural history covering the period 1700-1846. The citations are arranged alphabetically by author under their respective subject categories, such as anatomy and physiology, bibliographies, natural history, and so on. Likewise, the categories themselves are divided into works produced in Germany (inlandische Werke) and those produced in other parts of the world (auslandische Werke). The citations listed in these categories as well are arranged alphabetically by author.
A Guide to the Zoological Literature: The Animal Kingdom (Reference Sources in Science and Technology) by George H. Bell, Diane B. Rhodes (Moore)