By George H. Bell, Diane B. Rhodes (Moore)
This paintings presents entry to a wealth of data. Reference librarians, scholars, zoologists, conservationists, and beginner naturalists can use it to find such resources as a box consultant to the birds of Bali, a list of the mammals of Africa, an encyclopedia of fishes, a instruction manual on bugs, an identity key to reptiles of North the United States, or the identify of an online information team on western birds. it's the in simple terms present paintings that encompasses a compilation of the entire significant reference resources at the animal state. A complete author-title index and a separate topic index make finding particular entries easy. the topic index contains the typical and medical names of animal teams and geographical destinations. meant to be used in public, educational, and really expert libraries, in addition to departments within the zoological sciences.
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The book would be more valuable if there was a subject approach. In any case, it serves as a good source for retrospective information. 23. Besterman, Theodore. Biological Sciences: A Bibliography of Bibliographies. : Rowman and Littlefield, 1971. 471p. 00. LC 72-177947. ISBN 0-87471-055-3. Arranged by broad subject headings, the volume attempts to include all of the most significant bibliographies that exist on a particular biological topic: examples are zoology, ornithology, animals, biology, entomology, and the like.
50pa. LC 85-23983. ISBN 0-89874-921-2. Containing about 19,000 entries, all zoological disciplines are covered in this text. Most definitions range in length from one to several sentences. Common and taxonomic names are interfiled. In some cases, a number of different definitions may be given for the same term. Because of its publication date, the majority of the terms are taxonomic and not biochemical. Family and species names are included in many cases. An appendix, consisting of a taxonomic outline of the animal kingdom, completes the work.
The first chapter addresses general reference works for the entire animal kingdom. The following chapters, arranged phylogenetically, cover the major animal groups: the invertebrates (excluding arthropods), the arthropods, the vertebrates (general), the fish, the amphibians and reptiles, the birds, and the mammals. An appendix has been included to offer Internet sources of information on the animal kingdom. Each chapter includes lists of sources for a major group of animals under the following sections: Dictionaries, Bibliographies, Indexes and Abstracts, Directories, Handbooks, Field Guides, Textbooks, Journals, Biological Keys and Classification Schemes, Checklists, Biographies, Style Manuals, Guides to the Literature, and Professional Associations.