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Genetics: Books

A guide for finding basic genetic information with links to major genetic databases/electronic resources.

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Find books at the University of Manitoba

The University of Manitoba Libraries' One Stop Search can be used to search for any item that the library has access to, such as print and electronic books.

Find books beyond the University of Manitoba

Click on WorldCat in the alphabetical list to search the collections of thousands of libraries from around the world.

You can also search for books at other universities with their online catalogs. Almost all universities offer access to their online catalogs through the Internet. Enter the name of the university into Google, then search for the library page.

Browsing the Shelf

To find books on Genetics you can browse the library shelves on the fifth floor of Sciences and Technology Library in these call number ranges:

QH426-470 Genetics

   QH427 - dictionary of genetics

   QH430 - basic information/overview of genetics

   QH431 - human genetics and cyctogenetics

   QH433 - plant genetics

   QH434 - bacterial genetics

   QH438.4 - statistical genetics

   QH438.5 - epigenetics

   QH441.2 - bioinformatics

   QH442 - genetic engineering

   QH442.2 - cloning

   QH450 - gene expression

   QH465-467 - DNA damage & repair

The library is catalogued according to the Library of Congress and from here you can see a break down of all call number ranges.

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