Food Science and Technology Abstracts (FSTA) includes material from over 4600 serial publications, periodicals, standards, rules of law, patents, books, theses, and conference proceedings, published in up to 40 languages. The articles and other resources from the topics of agriculture, animal husbandry, and veterinary medicine are only covered if related to food science, food technology and nutrition. The number of records is 970000+ and 40000+ records are added annually.
FSTA has been an abstracting journal since 1969, its source is the International Food Information Service (IFIS, Reading, Anglia), an international non-profit institution. Food Science and Technology Abstracts (FSTA) includes material from over 4600 serial publications, periodicals, standards, rules of law, patents, books, theses, and conference proceedings, published in up to 40 languages. The articles and other resources from the topics of agriculture, animal husbandry, and veterinary medicine are only covered if related to food science, food technology and nutrition. The number of records is 970000+ and 40000+ records added annually. The data base covers journals from many fields of relevance to food science, food technology and nutrition. Abstracts include additional information of food-relevance, products and technologies, discovers many fields of relevance to food science and related topics of economy and law. FSTA indexes journals published in different parts of the world, abstracts conference proceedings, reports, standards, patents, books and theses. The search is supported by the Thesaurus. More than 10% of the records are connected to patents. Standards of 40 countries and the European Community are indexed. 99% of records includes English abstract. The records of FSTA are categorised by codes, e.g. „A” Basic food science, ” B” Food microbiology and biotechnology, „C” Food hygiene and toxicology. There are field codes, e.g. „AB” abstract, „TI” title. Some fields are only filled in in the case of patents, e.g. PA Patent Assignee.
In basic search we can use truncation (*). We can browse by index; the program skips to the word beginning we entered before. The connected words, e.g. title of journal, author’s name, are hyphenated and can be downloaded by a double click. The search can be narrowed by operators: AND (both words should appear), OR(one of the words should appear), NOT (records containing the first word provided they do not contain the second as well), WITH (both words are in the same field).
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