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Anatomy and Physiology: Guide Home

Research Starter

Here is a list of the most useful sources for anatomy and physiology. Some strategies for getting your research started are:

  • Consult reference books and databases for an overview of a topic or quick information.
  • Find books and e-books from the library catalog and e-book databases for in-depth information.
  • Search journal databases and indexes for articles with the most current research.

Frequently-used Resources

Reference databases and books

Journals

Journal collections

Print journals

All library print journals will be listed in the library catalog.

E-books and print books

E-book databases

 

Print books

Print books will be listed in the library catalog.

Print books on anatomy and physiology are likely to have shelving numbers starting with the following letters:

  • QL - Zoology
  • QM - Human anatomy
  • QP - Physiology

Videos

There are also videos available for streaming through a number of our databases.

Some videos directly related to anatomy and physiology are:

See our Videos & Video Collections guide for a complete list of online video resources.

Videos on DVD are listed in the Library catalog.

Search Engines

Subject Librarian

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James Gill
Contact:
Lonas Campus Library
3904 Lonas Drive
Knoxville, TN 37909
jgill@south.edu
(865) 251-1832