Works cited in this useful survey are appropriate for students, librarians, and amateur and professional botanists. These encompass the plant kingdom in all its divisions and aspects, except those of agriculture, horticulture, and gardening. The majority of the annotations are for currently available in-print or electronic reference works. A comprehensive author/title and a separate subject index make locating specific entries simple. With materials ranging from those selected for the informed layperson to those for the specialist, this new edition reflects the momentous transition from print to electronic information resources. It is an appropriate purchase for public, college, university, and professional libraries.Handbooks, which will be considered first, include those reference materials that provide information in a compact form ... genetics, color manuals, elements of writing style, chemistry, physics, and various other topics relevant to botany. ... M., and J. A. A. Sillince, aquot;Sequence and Structure Databanks in Molecular Biology: The Reasons for Integration, aquot; Journal of Documentation 49(1): 1-28, March 1993.
|Title||:||Guide to Information Sources in the Botanical Sciences|
|Author||:||Elisabeth B. Davis, Diane Schmidt|
|Publisher||:||Libraries Unlimited - 1996|