Hi, I am in emergency mode! I am enrolled in a 400 level modern physics course, that I thought would be a continuation of the 200-level modern physics required as a sophomore. The prof expects us to be familiar with subatomic particles -- all of them. So far in my education I have only been exposed to bosons and fermions and their constituents. I have tried to do a Google search to find a table that summarizes and catalogs these particles, similar to the periodic table, but the sites I have found, to be honest, are more than I am looking for at this point. Does anyone have or know of a handle at-a-glance table I can use to start memorizing them this weekend? I know this sounds desperate, and I apologize, but I am in dire need. As always, thanks!