This book, first published in 1982, offers an examination of the special nature of biochemistry collections. It focuses on the production, control, and use of the literature – diverse in nature, and analysed here by specialist contributors.
Table of Contents
1. Foreword Lee Ash 2. Biochemistry Subject Collections Bernard S. Schlessinger 3. The History of Biochemistry: A Review of the Literature of the Field Frederic L. Holmes 4. Vignettes of Some Major Biochemistry Collections Jill S. Smith 5. Book Publishing in Biochemistry: Volume and Costs Janice Sieburth 6. Collection Development: Monographs for Biochemistry Ann Knight Randall 7. Collection Development: Journals for Biochemists Tony Stankus 8. Bibliographic Control: Indexing and Abstracting Services in Biochemistry: A Chronological and Historical Approach Judith A. Douville 9. Retrieval of Biochemical Information by Chemical Structure Phillip Raoul Douville 10. A Partial List of Some Biochemistry and Organic Chemistry Library Collections Lee Ash