Answered By: Library Staff
Last Updated: Jul 06, 2017     Views: 43

Use the JSTOR database to find older articles (our newer databases don't seem to have much on it, and JSTOR has a lot of older content).  Some possible searches (use the advanced search mode):

possible search terms  try the search* 
(juglans californica) AND (stomatal frequency) click here 
(juglans californica) AND (stomat*) click here
((juglans ) AND (stomat*))  click here 
((juglans californica ) AND (morphology) AND (leaves OR leaf))  click here

*these searches may not work after a while; you may have to the do the search manually.

Examine the articles for clues to the information you want; you may have to look for the items listed in their bibliographies (the list of sources found at the end of the articles) to track down further information.  [ How you do you do that? ]

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