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PLS 2003 Plants that Feed the World: Journal Articles

Selected Plant Science Journals at UF

Locating a Specific Journal Article

How do you find a specific journal article from the catalog?

You will need to know the Journal Title, Publication Date, and Author and/or Title of the article.

  1. Enter the Journal Title into the search bar of the catalog.
  2. From the results, determine if UF has a subscription to the year needed.
  3. If so, then search within the journal for the volume or year of publication desired.
  4. Then search for the author and publication title.
  5. If UF does not have access to this article, you can request it through Interlibrary Loan (ILL).

Decipher a Journal Abbreviation

Use JAbbr to convert a journal abbreviation to its full title.

What does Peer Review mean?

Peer review or refereed publications have been checked by scientific peers for quality prior to publication.


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