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Such websites as University of Michigan's "biology resource network" is an important source of information for all access to biology articles and databases from U. Of Michigan scholars and professors. Other websites include organization websites such as those of the American Society of Environmental Biology, and other such organizations which uses the internet as a portal to all of their actual article information. Finally, there are websites that are specifically targeted for causes within biology, such as websites targeting stem cell research. There are many different opportunities to find the right information within biology, it is necessary to siphon through a lot of different information. Understanding where to find accurate information is the hardest part of any research.

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