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  • Web of Science
    Comprehensive source for scientific publications, features citation analysis tools.
  • Scopus
    Another comprehensive source for scientific publications, features citation analysis tools.
  • PubMed
    Covers biomedical and life sciences literature, features powerful subject heading (MeSH) searching.
  • BIOSIS Citation Index
    Covers the biosciences literature, features taxonomic searching and other biological descriptors.
  • Zoological Record
    Covers animal biology literature, features taxonomic searching and good historical coverage.
  • PrimateLit
    Entirely focused on non-human primates. NOTE: only covers years 1940-2010.
  • Biodiversity Heritage Library
    Digitized historical documents, features many museum sources.

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