Provide a reference to the work as soon as possible after giving the information. There are exceptions among the various journals, but generally, in biological journals, the most frequent types of citations are shown in the following examples in red: Click and Clack demonstrated that mice treated with synthetic estrogen analogs react similarly.
The reduction in phase three courtship behavior may also be linked to nutritional status Anon. Theses and dissertatons should be cited as follows: A study of hormonal regulation of body temperature and consequences for reproductive success in the common house mouse Mus musculus in Nome, Alaska. Masters Thesis, University of Alaska, Anchorage. WWW citation should be done with caution since so much is posted without peer review.
When necessary, report the complete URL in the text including the site author's name: Ohio State University Library has a good webpage for citing web sources: Internet sources should be included in your Literature Cited section. For information on evaluating internet sources, look at: For unusual reference citations such a government documents, technical reports, etc, refer to Huth et al for a complete listing of citation formats.
A copy of this reference should be available in the Ladd Library and a copy is available in the Biology Department. Suppose some of the information cited above was not gained from the Gumwad and Bugjuice publications, but rather in a personal conversation with or letter from an expert on the subject, Dr. When you have talked with, or written to someone, and gained some information or data that are not published, you should give credit to that person in the following way: In the Literature Cited you must provide complete citations for each of the published sources cited in your paper.
The format for entries in the Literature Cited section differs for books and for journal papers because different kinds of information must be provided. The formats provided here are typical, but may vary in different publications depending on their particular needs and practices.
Some basic rules applicable to all formats indexed by author name s: The role of estrogen in mouse xxxx courtship behavior changes as mice age. J Physiol 62 6: Mouse xxxx Mus musculus as a dietary alternative for humans. J Nutrition 33 6: Physiological effects of estrogen on mouse courtship behavior. J Physiol 40 2: Place a comma after the last name, then add the author's first name. End this portion of your citation with a period.
If there's no author, skip to the next element in the citation. Type the title of the article in quotation marks. After the name of the author, provide the full title of the article along with any subtitle. Separate the title and the subtitle if any with a semicolon. Use title-case, capitalizing nouns and verbs.
Place a period after the end of the title, inside the quotation marks. Provide the name of the newspaper in italics. After the name of the article, identify the newspaper in which the article appeared.
Even if you found the article online, use the name of the newspaper itself, not the name of the website. If the city isn't included in the name of the newspaper, include it in square brackets after the name of the newspaper. Place a comma after this part of your citation. Include the date the article was published and the page number.
After the name of the newspaper, type the date the article was published using day-month-year format. Place a comma, then type the page number on which the article appears. If there's no page number, place a period after the date. If the article appears online without a page number, simply place a period after the date of publication. List the database or website for online articles. If you found the article on an online newspaper database, italicize the name of the database.
If you found the article on the newspaper's website, provide a direct permalink to the article without the "http: End your citation with a period.
Use the author's name and page number for in-text citations. Generally, MLA uses parenthetical citations within the text of your paper or presentation to refer your reader to the full citation in your Works Cited page. Kent, A1 If there's no author listed, place the first word or words of the title in quotation marks for your parenthetical. If there's no page number, simply leave that part out.
Start with the author's last name and first initial. If the newspaper article has more than one author, list them in the order they appear in the by-line, separated by commas.
Type an "and" before the last author's name. The period after the initial also constitutes the closing period at the end of this section. If the article has no author, start your bibliographic entry with the title of the article in sentence-case. Capitalize only the initial word and any proper nouns.
Place the publication date in parentheses after the author's name. There are many note-taking systems available to assist you, but it is essential that you keep track of which ideas came from which sources.
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