Taxonomy, Information resources, Organisms, Organic chemistry nomenclature, Toxins, and Professional associations
Toxinology is the scientific study of substances produced by living organisms, either delivered as venom, or otherwise residing within the tissues of animals, plants, mushrooms, and bacteria, and which may harm target organisms. Nomenclature and taxonomic issues related to toxinology are necessary prerequisites to precise retrieval and accurate interpretation of the online research and clinical literature. General guidelines to help ascertain the quality of studies are provided, and the challenge of characterizing the toxicity of the toxins is addressed. Information resources, ranging from professional societies to journals and books, as well as databases and other web resources are itemized. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
Eastern European Economics. Fall68/Winter69, Vol. 7 Issue 1/2, p5. 26p.
Investments and Business cycles
Discusses a consideration of investment cycles in contemporary economic literature. General definitions of investment cycles; Treatment of the problem in Western economic theory; Investment cycles in the economic literature of socialist countries.
Discusses early journals that established the format for most of the succeeding historical serial literature. General studies by country of publication; Chronological periods; Specific geographical areas; Topical areas; 'Historische Zeitschrift'; 'Revue Historique'; 'English Historical Review'; 'American Historical Review.'
Bibliography (Documentation) and Bibliographical citations
Presents a bibliography covering books, articles and dissertations on newspaper and periodical history as well as updates on the 'Annual Review' published in Media History in June 2000. Bibliographies and guides to the literature; General works on newspaper and periodical history; Studies of individual newspapers and periodicals and of individual journalists and publishers.
Slavic & East European Information Resources. 2004, Vol. 5 Issue 3/4, p38-39. 2p.
Information retrieval, Slavic literature, Art museums, Decorative arts, Russian art, and Russian porcelain
The article presents up-to-date information collected by the institution Hillwood Museum & Gardens in regard to Slavic literature. General Slavic collection includes Russian decorative arts, primarily 18th to early 20th century, especially strong in areas reflecting Museum's art collection: Russian imperial porcelain, enamels, glass, textiles, etc. The collection includes catalogs of important pre-revolutionary art collections and inventories of the great monasteries and churches.