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Use this guide to search library resources for articles, books, ebooks, proceedings, patents, properties, news, and tools. Current UCB faculty, students, staff and patrons in the library have access to licensed resources.

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Bioscience Top Ten List. Contact us if you have difficulty finding or accessing library resources. Use Recommend a title for purchase recommendations. Visit the Bioscience & Natural Resources Library web site for more resources.

Integrative Biology: 2 tracks

At UC Berkeley, Integrative Biology is the study of diverse biological systems in animals, plants and other organisms from molecules to ecosystems. There are two tracks for study, Track 1: Ecology, Evolution & Organismal Biology or Track 2: Human Biology & Health Sciences. Integrative Biology Dept

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Campus Libraries

Campus libraries that have materials related to the biological sciences include:

Collections in these libraries can be discovered by searching the OskiCat catalog.

General links

Biodiversity Heritage Library: consortium of the world's largest natural history libraries, includes digitized content.

BiologyBrowser: free biological databases, identification keys, and more.

Understanding Evolution: project of the University of California Museum of Paleontology and the National Center for Science Education.

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