Enter one or more terms in the search box. The search will succeed if (and only if) each term in the search box matches one of the following columns of the
citation_year. Thus, the more terms entered, the more restrictive the search. Note that a search term matches a column value if it occurs anywhere within the text of that column value and that matches are case-insensitive. Thus, the term "grass" would match a row with commonname column value "switchgrass" or "tussock cottongrass", a row with site name "Grassland Soil & Water Research Laboratory", or a row with trait description "for grasses, stem internode length". There is no way to restrict which of the ten match columns a given term is matched against except perhaps by making the term itself more specific; in the example just given, typing "cottongrass" rather than just "grass" would make it more likely that only the match against the
commonname column would succeed.