Use the first link below to determine if Ritter library has access to a specific biology periodical.
If you want to find a particular article in one of these periodicals, search first by the title of the periodical, locate the specific issue, and then navigate within that issue to find your article.
If you want to do research across many different periodicals on a specific topic, use one of the databases listed on the Databases tab.
Use the second link below if you are unable to find the full text of a specific article. Ritter library can usually obtain a copy for you from another library.
The JSTOR database is a digital library of journals, academic ebooks, and primary sources. Containing the full-text of more than 2,000 journals published from 1665 to within 5 years of the present year, JSTOR offers an opportunity to locate non-current articles. Indexed journals cover more than 60 disciplines in the humanities, social sciences, sciences and mathematics.
The database provides access to over 100,000 ebooks from academic publishers. There are no limits on use and the ebooks can be downloaded by chapter in PDF format.
Millions of primary sources are included in the database. For more descriptive information about JSTOR see: https://guides.jstor.org/for-librarians/descriptions
To access JSTOR, go to https://bw.opal-libraries.org/login?url=https://www.jstor.org .
Many magazines articles are available full-text from Google Book Search.