- Use the MEL (Michigan E-library) database to learn about genetics.
- Click on the Mel icon above or type in http://mel.org in your Internet browser.
- Click on the Teens link found in the table located on the left side.
- The Teen Gateway Resource page appears.
- Key Resources appears
- Click onto Expanded Academic ASAP
- This database is geared for AP high school students and college researchers.
- Go back to the Teen Gateway resource page.
- Click onto the Health and Wellness Center link.
- Here you can access trusted medical reference materials.
- There are additional databases found on the Teen Gateway page. Explore!
Books and Print Resources
Find a sampling genetics book titles found in Churchill's library listed below:
- The Encyclopedia of Genetics, Editor Jeffrey A Knight, 1999, call number REF 576.5E
- The Gale Encyclopedia of Genetic Disorders by Brigham Narins, editor, 2005, call number REF 616.042G
- Gene Therapy, Lisa Yount, 2002, call number 616.042Y
- Genethics: The clash between the new genetics and human values, David Suzuki and Peter Knudston, 1989, call number 174S
- Genome: The autobiography of a species in 23 chapters, Matt Ridly, 2006, call number 599.935
- New Genetics: The Story of life lines, J.S. Kidd and Renee A. Kidd, 2005, 576.5 K
To find additional genetics books in our library, go to our online catalog at http://library. Some key words to consider using in the search include:
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