A Cross-Disciplinary Survey of the Literature
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