What type of database is Cinahl?
What is CINAHL? CINAHL stands for the Cumulative Index of Nursing and Allied Health Literature and is the largest and most in-depth nursing research database. The CINAHL Plus with Full Text database provides full text for 768 journals, and indexing for 5,000 journals from the fields of nursing and allied health.
What is Cinahl database used for?
Easy Access to the Most Authoritative Nursing and Allied Health Literature. CINAHL Database provides indexing of the top nursing and allied health literature available including nursing journals and publications from the National League for Nursing and the American Nurses Association.
How do I get into Cinahl?
To access CINAHL from the library home page: select Article Databases → Nursing. CINAHL appears near the top of the list of linked databases. Or access CINAHL here. *If off campus, you must authenticate with your IWU username and password..
Is ebsco a database?
EBSCO is the leading provider of research databases, e-journals, magazine subscriptions, e-books and discovery service to libraries of all kinds.
What are MeSH terms?
MeSH terms are official words or phrases selected to represent particular biomedical concepts. When labelling an article, indexers select terms only from the official MeSH list – never other spellings or variations.
Is there a fruit that explodes?
Sandbox tree fruit looks like little pumpkins, but once they dry into seed capsules, they become ticking time bombs. When fully mature, they explode with a loud bang and fling their hard, flattened seeds at speeds of up to 150 miles (241.5 km.)
Can plants explode?
Violets, poisonous squirting cucumbers, and touch-me-nots or Impatiens capensis (not to be confused with these touch-me-nots) have an effective way of dispersing their seeds: They burst! The forceful ejection sends the seeds flying as far away as possible from the original plant.
How do cherries spread their seeds?
For some, the strategy is simply to get an animal to eat the fruit and drop the seed directly (or for it to pass through a digestive tract unscathed). Stomach acids and digestive enzymes wear down the hard seed coats in cherries and serve to make the seeds more permeable to water.