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Anatomy, Physiology and Biology

This guide was designed for the Biology Special Topics Got Research sessions, but will be useful for any student taking Anatomy and Physiology classes.

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Geoffrey Greenberg

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Ruth Whitney

Welcome to the Anatomy, Physiology & Biology Guide

Illustration of human head with muscles and glands visible

Are you looking for help with Anatomy & Physiology assignments?

This guide will link you to books,  journal articles, library databases,  and other useful resources.


Image By Patrick J. Lynch, medical illustrator (Patrick J. Lynch, medical illustrator) [CC-BY-2.5 (], via Wikimedia Commons

What is the Biology Special Topics Guide?

This Library Resource Guide has been created for students in Oakton's Anatomy and Physiology classes. Everyone studying human anatomy is welcome to use this guide too.

Click on one of the tabs at the top of the page to find information for your class projects and assignments.

For each tab there are links to articles in Oakton databases, books from the Oakton library and other materials on anatomy.

There are also a few links to websites that are reputable and provide excellent information, illustrations and diagrams for students studying anatomy.