biosis


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bi·o·sis

(bī-ō'sis),
Life, in a general sense.
[G. biōsis, way of living]

bi·o·sis

(bī-ō'sis)
Life in a general.
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Otherwise, black grouse and hazel grouse Bonasa bonasia had a significantly greater proportion of total hits in BIOSIS than in WOS, blue grouse Dendragapus obscurus and spruce grouse Dendragapus canadensis vice versa.
Searching ligation-related keywords using BIOSIS Previews, Web of Science, and Zoological Record retrieved a reference by Babcock on ligating the poison duct, a strategy that might be considered reversible [18].
To differentiate terms like these, BIOSIS developed semantic tags that indicate the subject categories to which these terms belong, such as "Organisms," "Chemicals and Biochemicals" of "Geography.
BIOSIS Previews is a comprehensive biology database that consists of Biological Abstracts (which contains references to journal articles) and Biological Abstracts/RRM(which contains references to conference proceedings).
BIOSIS Previews is from the publisher of Biological Abstracts.
This demonstration made GSA's Internet Database Service appear attractive enough to justify a trial for ourselves, during which time we would compare the contents of the product to two others: Basic BIOSIS and BIOSIS Previews.
com/scientific and include Techstreet offering a wide variety of engineering codes and standards; ISI Web of Knowledge (SM) facilitating discovery by offering seamless navigation to high-quality, multidisciplinary journal (Web of Science(R)), patent (Derwent World Patents Index(R)), and Web content, evaluation tools, and bibliographic management products (EndNote(R)); Thomson Pharma(SM) -an integrated information solution for the pharmaceutical and biotechnology markets; Delphion(R) providing access to full-text patent documents from the world's leading patent authorities; and BIOSIS Previews (R) the world's most comprehensive reference database for life science research.
Dialog, West, LexisNexis, ISI, BIOSIS, and ORBIT all stood as distinct entities 20 years ago.
BIOSIS is a non-profit organization that offers information services, including databases and customized information products, for the global life sciences community.
Source: BIOSIS, Philadelphia, 800/523-4806, 215/587-4800; http://www.
The 24 OUP journals will also feature links from references in articles to citations in Ovid bibliographic databases like MEDLINE, CINAHL, PsycINFO, and BIOSIS, and to full text in other journals.
Biological Abstract's BIOSIS indexing provides consistent term assignment to lead users directly to items of interest.