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CH 207 Organic Chemistry

Professors: 
Marque Moffet
Alan Chant

Librarian: Steve Burks
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Flavanoids
General structure and numbering pattern for common food flavonoids


Coverage: Research Resources for Organic Chemistry

  1. SciFinder Scholar - Setting up account
  2. Searching SciFinder
  3. Other Chemistry Resources and Databases
  4. Chemisty Quick Search Interface - Search multiple chemistry databases in one search
  5. Access: Full-text, Interlibrary Loan, Off-Campus Access, UVM
  6. Journal Finder - Locate a journal in a Library Database

1. SciFinder Scholar - Setting up account

Important - To access SciFinder off-campus, you must go through the SciFinder link on the Library Website.  Use your SMC email address when registering


2. Searching SciFinder

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    Answer Set

    The following simple search statement can be broken down to searchable terms.  Each term can be broken down to synonymous, broader, or narrower terms.

    What is the effect flavanoids on diseases of the heart?

    Find related search terms from Article titles and  Subject Headings to expand or broaden or narrow your searches. Also, Medline Subject Headings are good place to find related terms.

    Medline / MESH< Medical Subject Headings

    Plant Flavanoids Heart Disease
    Flavonoids
    Anthocyanins
    Benzoflavones
    beta-Naphthoflavone
    Biflavonoids
    Catechin
    Chalcones
    Chalcone
    Flavanones
    Hesperidin
    Flavones
    Apigenin
    Diosmin
    Flavoxate
    Luteolin
    Flavonolignans
    Nordihydroguaiaretic Acid
    Podophyllotoxin
    Flavonols
    Kaempferols
    Quercetin
    Rutin
    Cardiovascular Diseases
    Cardiovascular Abnormalities
    Cardiovascular Infections
    Heart Diseases
    Arrhythmias, Cardiac
    Carcinoid Heart Disease
    Cardiac Output, High
    Cardiac Output, Low
    Cardiac Tamponade
    Cardiomegaly
    Cardiomyopathies
    Endocarditis
    Heart Aneurysm
    Heart Arrest
    Heart Defects, Congenital
    Heart Failure
    Heart Neoplasms
    Heart Rupture
    Heart Valve Diseases
    Myocardial Ischemia
    Pericardial Effusion
    Pericarditis
    Pneumopericardium
    Postpericardiotomy Syndrome
    Pulmonary Heart Disease
    Rheumatic Heart Disease
    Ventricular Dysfunction
    Ventricular Outflow Obstruction
    Pregnancy Complications, Cardiovascular
    Vascular Diseases

    Revised Search Statement: 

    The Pharmacological Mechanism by which Flavonoids Controls Cardiovascular Disease

    -  You will find yourself revising your search statement as you learn more about a topic. 

    3. Other Chemistry Resources and Databases

    SciFinder Scholar

    MEDLINE

    Chemical Abstracts [limited hours of access: see STN Hours of Operation for academic accounts.]

    Science Direct

    American Chemical Society Web Edition(34 full text journals)

    Scopus

    Google Scholar


    4. Chemistry Quick Search

    At the top of the Chemistry Subject page is a Chemistry Quick Search box that allows searching multiple databases (excluding SciFinder) in one search

    5. Access: Full-text, Interlibrary Loan, Off-Campus Access, UVM

    Look for the check for full text link to access an article in a database.  If an article is not availble full text, you may check the Interlibrary Loan link to have the article deliverd as a pdf via email.

    All library resouces are available off-campus through the library's proxy server.  See http://library.smcvt.edu  You will be promted for your Mikenet/Username and password.

    You may use the UVM databases in the Bailey Howell or Dana Medical Library.  Use your KnightCard to take out books

    6. Journal Finder - Locate a journal in a Library Database

    This can be helpful when reading an article and wanting to find a reference from the works cited list.

    See example @ http://library.smcvt.edu/login?url=http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb?did=855187071&sid=1&Fmt=6&clientId=11666&RQT=309&VName=PQD

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