January 2008; published online January 2008.
Book. Subjects: biological sciences. 5492 pages.312715 words.
Fully revised and updated, the sixth edition of this dictionary provides comprehensive coverage of biology, biophysics, and biochemistry, as well as key terms from medicine and...
January 2001; published online January 2003.
Book. Subjects: biological sciences. 1030 pages.938329 words.
The Oxford Companion to the Body is a fascinating and authoritative guide to every aspect of the body. It provides concise and readable accounts of the structure and function...
January 2006; published online January 2008.
Book. Subjects: biochemistry. 20988 pages.768696 words.
‘the book is almost an encyclopedia. It is comprehensive, thorough, clear, and accurate’ - TIBS
The Oxford Dictionary of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology p...
June 2009; published online September 2009.
Book. Subjects: vertebrates. 320 pages.
As people have spread around the world, they have taken with them a broad range of other species to satisfy a variety of human needs. Some of these species went on to establish wild...
January 2002; published online January 2008.
Book. Subjects: zoology and animal sciences. 11 pages.117266 words.
‘Highly recommended…very attractive…Excellent accounts of the biology are given, each written by experts in the field’ - BBC Wildlife
There has been a huge...
June 2012; published online December 2013.
Book. Subjects: evolutionary biology. 312 pages.
Ever since the pioneering work of Darwin and Wallace, evolutionary biologists have attempted to understand the evolutionary dynamics of genetic systems. A range of theories on evolutionary...
January 2013; published online December 2013.
Book. Subjects: evolutionary biology. 256 pages.
This book provides a novel, inquiry-based approach to the understanding and interpretation of the practical, medical, physiological, and societal aspects of personal genomic information....
Overview page. Subjects: earth sciences and geography — ecology and conservation.
An interstadial during the last glaciation of the Netherlands (somewhere between 60 000 and 70 000 years ago). The July temperature (based on floral evidence) was perhaps 15–20°C.