Web of Science is an excellent and comprehensive biology-related database.
Once you have refined your searching in Discover, try your successful search strategy in Web of Science. You can refine searches by adjusting dates, document types, and categories. And you can sort search output by relevance, dates or citations. Citation tracker is a valuable means to gauge article relevance. The selected journals are just a sample of scholarly resources. The Scientific Literature slide show will tell you more about primary literature and peer review.
The journals listed below have an excellent focus in the areas of plant and animal physiology. Browsing issues may inspire research topics and build context. After you develop your topic, use databases to search these and many more journals.
American Journal of Botany
American Journal of Physiology
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology: Part A: Comparative Physiology
Current Topics In Developmental Biology
Journal Of Experimental Biology
Journal Of Experimental Botany
Journal Of Experimental Zoology: Part A: Ecological Genetics And Physiology
Journal Of General Physiology
Journal Of Physiology
Oecologia & Functional Ecology
Plant And Cell Physiology
Plant Cell and Environment
These databases compile information on thousands of journals and millions of articles for easy searching. Databases usually lead you to a citation and an abstract based on your topic.