Articles On The Topic: "lab"
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Reviews and Perspectives must be high quality, authoritative, state-of-the-art accounts of the selected research field. They should be timely and add to the existing literature, rather than duplicate existing articles, and should be of general interest to the journal's wide readership.
All Reviews and Perspectives undergo rigorous peer review, in the same way as regular research papers. Notes on the preparation of these articles are available from the editor, and will be provided to reviewers.
Includes: Academic journals, scholarly peer-reviewed journals, popular magazine articles, and newspaper articles. BONUS: Many of the citations have the links to the full-text articles (PDFs) directly in the search results.
TIP: Since many assignments require that you use only academic, scholarly articles, you may want to limit the results to Limit to: Peer-reviewed or Source Type:Academic Journals in this database.
QUIZ: There were fewer than 25 articles for the earlier simple search for Giraffe AND Grazing. Compare your last search which used the OR connector to search multiple terms that describe the idea of grazing. What did you find?
I DO NOT RECOMMEND using the Limit to: Full Text option. This limits your results to only the full-text articles that are available in THIS database, ignoring the OTHER full text available to you through our UNL Libraries subscriptions.
Includes: Academic journals, scholarly peer-reviewed journals, conference proceedings, technical reports and book chapters. Very few of the article citations have the links (PDFs) to the full-text articles in the database search results.
Includes: Academic journals, scholarly peer-reviewed journals, conference proceedings, technical reports and book chapters. Most citations do NOT have links to the full-text articles (PDFs).
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Review articles summarize the research in a particular topic. Review articles do not present original research, as primary sources do, but merely attempt to bring together all, or the most important, prior research on a topic.
The databases will help you identify review articles. Look for options such as "Document types" or "Article types" to limit your search results to review articles. Here is what that looks like in the Web of Science.
America: History and Life Indexes and Abstracts over 2,400 articles, bibliographic citations of reviews and dissertations on the history and culture of the USA and Canada from prehistoric to the present time.
Bibliography of Native North Americans (1500+) Covers the history, life and culture of native North Americans. Indexes works from the 16th century to the present, including monographs, essays, journal articles, government documents, historical and ethnographic books, and dissertations.
Black Studies Center Black Studies Center is a fully cross-searchable gateway to Black Studies including scholarly essays, recent periodicals, historical newspaper articles, reference books, and much more. It combines essential resources for research and teaching in Black Studies, including The Schomburg Studies on the Black Experience, Index to Black Periodicals Full Text (IIBP), Black Literature Index, and Proquest Historical Newspapers: The Black Newspapers Collection
A secondary source is based on other sources. It includes analysis, criticism, or other intellectual input. Review articles are based on analysis of the published 'literature' (books, articles and dissertations about the topic). Secondary sources can include books, book chapters, articles, especially literature reviews, and some book reviews.
The purpose of this study was to explore the effects of nanoparticles on gouty arthritis, and to provide evidence for the preclinical application of nanoparticles in gouty arthritis and ideas for nanomedicine ...
Use article databases to identify articles on specific topics, as well as to locate full-text electronic articles. Find them on the Databases & e-Reference page linked from the Library homepage. Remote access is available for most journals.
Mastering synthetic writing is key to a successful literature review. Use these resources to learn how to analyze the articles you want to use for your literature review, keep track of common themes using an article analysis matrix, and how to convert the notes in the analysis matrix into a piece of synthetic writing.
Scopus offers coverage in the physical sciences (7,200+ titles), health sciences (6,800+ titles), life sciences (4,300+ titles), plus social sciences and humanities (5,300+ titles). It is a citation and abstract database with over 50 million records. Patents from 5 offices are included. Can be used to demonstrate the impact of particular articles and authors. Coverage dates: 1996-present 781b155fdc