Items in the library are organized by subject through the Library of Congress classification system. To browse by subject, view the beginning letter(s) of a call number to determine a specific area.
|QD Biochemistry||QH 350 Evolution||QL Zoology||QR Microbiology|
|QH Natural History||QH 400 Genetics||QK Botany||QR Virology|
|QH 80 Classification||QH 500 Molecular Biology||QP Physiology||RB 100 Pathophysiology|
|QH 100 Wildlife Conservation||QH 540 Ecology||QR 40 Medical Microbiology||TX Nutrition|
Items in the library are organized by call number. The call number is like an address for the item and allows you to quickly locate items. The call number for each item is listed in its record in the Library Catalog.
Anatomy of a Call Number
|Complete call number.||The first two letters correspond to the subject area; look for these first.||Read the numbers before the dot as a whole number.||A letter follows the dot and the numbers after the dot are read as a decimal.||This is the year the item was published.|