1. Introduction -- 2. Subject access to biological information -- 3. General sources -- 4. Abstracts and indexes -- 5. Biochemistry and biophysics -- 6. Molecular and cellular biology -- 7. Genetics, biotechnology, and developmental biology -- 8. Microbiology and immunology -- 9. Ecology, evolution, and animal behavior -- 10. Plant biology -- 11. Anatomy and physiology -- 12. Entomology -- 13. Zoology. "Covering all fields of basic life science from anatomy to zoology, this thoroughly revised and expanded reference provides an in-depth review of current print and electronic tools for research in numerous disciplines of biology, including dictionaries and encyclopedias, method guides, handbooks, on-line directories, and periodicals." "Presenting entirely new material on sequence databases, electronic publications, and Web references and browsers, Using the Biological Literature, Third Edition describes modern searching strategies and indexing policies ... lists scientific journals' latest editorial policies, aims, and scopes for students seeking publication avenues ... contains recent access methods and subscription procedures for electronic periodicals ... offers expanded annotations for comparison of similar media ... updates and identifies key biological associations and societies ... and more."--Jacket.