Scientific publications often include citations that have the names of journals abbreviated. For example:
Kenyon L, Harrison NA, Ashburner GR, Boa ER, Richardson PA.1998. Detection of a pigeon pea witches’-broom-related phytoplasma in trees of Gliricidia sepium affected by little-leaf disease in Central America. Plant Pathol. 47:671–80.
In this example, Plant Pathol. stands for the journal Plant Pathology. If you are having problems identifying the name of the journal that you are looking for, consult the following guide to Scientific Journal Abbreviations (created by Kevin Lindstrom, Univ. of British Columbia):
Nutrition bulletin (1471-9827) Title details from ulrichsweb.com™
from 1997 to present in Blackwell-Synergy
from 03/01/2000 to 1 year ago in Academic Search Premier
from 03/01/2003 to 1 year ago in CINAHL Plus with Full Text
Just click on any of the three databases to view the contents of the journal Nutrition Bulletin. Also note the dates that the journal is available in each database. You may also want to search for these journals in the Journal Titles: