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Eucarya:

Eucarya or Eukarya – Type of Domain or Superkingdom

Kingdoms of Eucarya

(Click directly below for information specific to each kingdom)

Animalia                                     

Fungi                               

Plantae                          

Protista     

 

Eukarya Research Starter:

(Research Starters  from EBSCOHOST provide links to citable, authoritative summary articles for thousands of popular topics. They are a wonderful place to begin your research.)

 

Reference Books:

Encyclopedia of Life Sciences: Ref QH 302.5 .F84 2002

(Hint: Look in index-v.20 for terms, then find the correct volume and page number.)

Synopsis and Classification of Living Organisms: REF QH83 .S89 1982

World of Biology: Ref QH 302.5 .W67 1999

 

Books to Check Out:

Books about the SuperKingdom Eukarya or Eucarya are located in the QH1-705.5 sections of the stacks.

Use the terms from below to search in the Sauk catalog or to locate books within the I-Share catalog.

QH1-278.5 Natural history (General)

QH301-705.5 Biology (General)

 

Print Books:

Biology Demystified: QH309 .L38 2003

Biology for Dummies: QH307.2 .K7 2010

Biology for Nonbiologists: QH307.2 .S65 2007

Kingdoms & Domains : an Illustrated Guide to the Phyla of Life on Earth: QH83 .M36 2009

The Manga Guide to Molecular Biology (graphic novel): QH 506 .T3513 2009

 

eBooks:

The Basics of Biology: QH307.2 .S75 2004eb

Collins Dictionary of Biology: QH302.5 .H34 2006eb

Magill's Encyclopedia of Science : Animal Life: QL7 .M34 2002eb

 

Databases:

Access Science: (Award winning reference database covering all major scientific disciplines)

Credo Literati: (Award winning reference database with thousands of specialized encyclopedias and links to articles and interactive media)

Encyclopedia Britannica (General knowledge encyclopedia)

 

Journals:

PLOS ONE: an international, peer-reviewed open access journal focusing on scientific research

Science Online: the world's leading journal of original scientific research, global news, and commentary

 

Websites:

Biology from Khan Academy:(a free personalized learning site for math, science, computer programming, history, and more)

 

Searching Book Indexes:

  • An index is an alphabetical listing of topics usually in the back of a book
  • Try searching indexes for the following terms

Cell Membrane

Cell Wall (plants)             

Chloroplasts (plants)                                     

Chromosomes                                 

Cytoplasm                          

DNA                                      

Endoplasmic reticulum                 

Eukaryote                          

Golgi bodies or Golgi apparatus                                

Meiosis               

Mitochondria                    

Mitosis

Nucleus (membrane bound)      

Organelles                         

Photosynthesis (plants)                               

Plastids (plants)                                               

Protein synthesis                            

RNA                                      

Transcription                                     

Translation