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Title: Finding Journal Articles


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Finding Journal Articles
  • Biological Abstracts

Deb Peoples, OWU Science Librarian
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Biological Abstracts
  • References documents from the primary journal
    literature
  • Focuses on biological research, medical research
    findings, and discoveries of new organisms from
    the life sciences
  • 3.8 million records

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Coverage
  • 6,000 international journals representing the
    life sciences
  • Biology (botany, ecology, zoology)
  • Interdisciplinary (biochemistry, biomedicine,
    biotechnology)
  • Instrumentation and Methods
  • 1926 in print
  • 1980 - online

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Under Research Databases, Click on By
Title
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Research Databases are primarily Subject-specific
indexes to the Journal literature of a field.
Sometimes books, book reviews, or Newspaper
articles will be Indexed. Indexes contains
citations, abstracts, and sometimes
full-text. Choose an Index that is suitable for
the discipline of your research!
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To search Biological Abstracts in the years prior
to 1980, use the PRINT volumes located in Beeghly
Periodicals!
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Keyword vs. Subject
  • With a keyword search, you type in terms that you
    think probably appear in a record that is about
    the topic you're researching.
  • With a subject search, you type in terms from a
    standardized list that have been assigned by the
    indexer to describe the content of the work.

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Keyword vs. Subject
  • Terms appearing anywhere in the record will
    trigger retrieval of the record
  • Title, author, abstract, subject, notes fields
    all accessible
  • Terms must appear in Subject fields, exactly as
    they appear in the standardized list to trigger
    retrieval of the record

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Keyword vs. Subject
  • Words or phrase as it actually occurs in the
    record
  • Controlled Vocabulary
  • Source of terms is an authorized list or thesaurus

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To find journal articles Go to Periodicals
Union List Tells you if we have it and where to
find it!
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Arranged alphabetically. Choose the first letter
of the Journal you want N for Nature
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Not available at OWU Not available in Full
Text USE INTERLIBRARY LOAN!
Go to OWU Libraries Home Page
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Click on ILL Request Forms
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For Journal Articles click on Periodical Request
Form
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Fill in the blanks completely!
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You can cut and paste from the database record
to fill in some of the Boxes.
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Add any comments Click submit! You will
notified by email in 5-10 days that your article
is Ready for pickup at the Beeghly Circulation
desk. There is no charge for Interlibrary Loan!
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Finding Articles by Author
  • Biological Abstracts

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Author Searching
  • 1980 -1994
  • up to 10 authors indexed per article
  • 1995 -
  • up to 100 authors indexed per article

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Author Searching
  • 1980 -1992
  • Last name, first and middle initials
  • example Tuovinen, O. H.
  • 1993 -
  • Last name, full first names (if available)
  • example Tuovinen, Olli H.

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Citing a Journal Article
  • There are many different citation styles
  • Each discipline or area within a discipline is
    likely to use a different style
  • In the sciences, it is common to use the same
    citation style as the dominant journal in the
    field.

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ASM Citation Style
  • American Society of Microbiology publishes 11
    journals in the field of microbiology or cell
    biology
  • The Journal of Bacteriology is one of the most
    important of these journals
  • Zoo120 will use the ASM citation style!

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ASM Citation Example
An article in a scientific journal
publication date
authors
title
Tuhela, L., J. B. Robinson, and O. H. Tuovinen.
1998. Characterization of chemotactic responses
and flagella of Hyphomicrobium strain of W1-1B.
J. Bacteriol. 1803003-3006.
rest of title
name of journal
page numbers
volume
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