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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These indexes/databases include AGRICOLA, BIOSIS, Chemical Abstracts, Fish and Fisheries Worldwide and Wildlife Worldwide.
The same four sets of key words were adapted for input into Web of Science, BIOSIS Previews, CSA Environmental Sciences and Pollution Management, TOXLINE, and EMBASE.
Depending on the topic and level of comprehensiveness required, a PubMed search may be augmented with a search in one of many other bibliographic databases, such as BIOSIS, CINAHL, Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, EMBASE, or Web of Science.
Founded in 1926, BIOSIS is a nonprofit organization that offers databases and customized information products for the global life sciences community, including teachers, librarians, researchers, competitive intelligence professionals, legal experts, government officials and venture firms.
A bibliographic system such as BIOSIS, based on the present theory, will only truly function within a community of biologists.
This search included the Medline, Embase, BIOSIS and the methodological database from the Cochrane Collaboration up to July 2000.
Phytomedicine is indexed in Current Contents/Life Sciences, CAS (Chemical Abstracts Services), NAPRALERT (through STN), PYTOEY (Chemical Abstracts), PubMed, Elsevier BIOBASE/Current Awareness in Biological Sciences, BIOSIS, MANTIS/health index, SciSearch, Research Alert, Index Medicus, MEDLINE, Phytobase, Cumulative Index to Nursing & Allied Health Literature and Cinahl.
Agricola, BIOSIS, Cab Abstracts, Chemical Abstracts, Compendex, Georef, Inspec, Medline and Zoological Record) and searching State Academies of Science Abstracts for subject content.
The KCI Korean Journal Database will seamlessly connect to the leading indices within the Web of Science, including the Data Citation IndexSM, MEDLINE and BIOSIS Citation IndexSM, enabling researchers to review and analyze the regional content alongside top-tier international literature.
The map of UrFU's scientific research will be developed by tracking citation data in the Thomson Reuters Web of Science(TM), the world's most trusted citation index for leading scholarly literature, the Conference Proceedings Citation Index(SM), Book Citation Index(SM), BIOSIS Citation Index(TM), Derwent Innovations Index, Medline, and Journal Citation Reports.
The database has been compiled from searches of OVID Medline, INSPEC, BIOSIS, PubMed, various patent databases, and the personal databases of members the IFCC Working Group on Nanotechnology.
Agricola, BIOSIS, Cab Abstracts, Chemical Abstracts, Compendex, Georef, Inspec, Medline and Zoological Record), and searching State Academies of Science Abstracts for subject content.