There are several ways to seek help from a librarian:
When attempting to access Rutgers-restricted sources off-campus, you will be prompted to LOGIN with your NetID and password.
To search for articles on your topic, start with one of the Rutgers University Libraries subscription databases. Depending on your topic, there may be a number of helpful online resources. This guide identifies a few suggested ones (out of the hundreds of possible online resources available) from which you might be able to find relevant articles.
Please see the boxes below for those indexes/databases that are most relevant to plant science.
Plant Science is a database containing citations and abstracts of scientific literature on plant science.
SPECIAL NOTE: Currently searches for "Plant Science content only" in the Environmental Science Index.
Ecology Abstracts is an index that focuses on how organisms of all kinds - microbes, plants, and animals - interact with their environments and other organisms.
SPECIAL NOTE: Currently searches for "Ecology Abstracts content only" in the Environmental Science Index.
CAB Abstracts is a comprehensive database in the applied life sciences, covering literature in agriculture; animal and veterinary sciences; environmental sciences; human health, food, and nutrition; leisure and tourism; microbiology and parasitology; and plant sciences. It indexes over 9,000 sources, including international peer-reviewed journals, conference proceddings, academic books, and technical reports. Coverage dates: 1973-present
SPECIAL NOTE: Instead of the Get it @ R button, click on the "Find in my library" button in this database to determine whether or not Rutgers owns or subscribes to the article.
THERE IS A MAXIMUM OF 4 CONCURRENT USERS FOR THIS DATABASE at Rutgers, so if you're unable to search in it, please try again at a later time.
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