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CHE 380a64 - Biochemistry of Nutrition, Exercise, And Sports Medicine (Jones)

This guide gathers together resources that Chem 380 students may find useful in doing their research and completing their assignments.

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Welcome to the General Biochemistry II Guide

 

This guide is a collection of links to a great many resources  of potential use to you in this course.  These links are brought together to help you make efficient use of your valuable time generating your ideas, organizing your evidence, and effectively communicating your ideas and the evidence for and against the idea.

  • Getting Started: On this page will find information on the structure of the guide and where to find various kinds of information within this guide.
  • References Sources: On this page you will find links to encyclopedias, dictionaries, handbooks, and glossaries that will help you answer some of the questions you have.
  • Articles: On this page you will find the necessary resources to help you find journals and articles.
  • DOIs: On this page you will find information to help you understand and make use of DOIs.
  • Citing Sources: On this page you will find information that will help you track citations and format and cite your papers within several styles.
  • Web Sites: On this page you will find links to useful chemistry web sites.
  • Reactions & Syntheses: On this page you will find sources of information and tools to help you discover and describe chemical reactions and syntheses.
  • Developing Search Strategies: On this page you will find information that will help you develop strategies to search for relevant articles in academic databases.
  • Narrowing a Topic: On this page you will find advice to help you work on narrowing your topic to a manageable research scope.

If you are having difficulties accessing resources you can contact the Subject Librarian (information in the box to the right), the Milner Library Reference Desk (in the box to the right and down, and there is a library of Help Videos that can help you as well.

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