Sometimes, your professor will give you a list of journals that they want you to use to find articles. If the professor does not provide a link to the journal, here is how you find an article. There are three ways to do this. Let's use Marine Genomics as an example.
Type or paste "Marine Genomics" in the text box and click "Search".
Click on the link to a database that has the years that you are interested in.
Note: using this method, you will be able to search most journals for keywords, phrases, or topics.
If you happen to know the publisher of the journal, you can go to the database of the publisher. For example, Marine Genomics is published by Elsevier, so you would search the ScienceDirect database. Example using a specific database: