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Biology: Citations

CSE Citation Manual

CSE Citation Examples

Below are examples of CSE style citations for three common formats. For help with additional formats, check the CSE Style Guide or Ask Us!

Books

Author [Last Name First Initial Middle Initial]. Year of publication. Title of book. Edition. Place of Publication [City (State Abbreviation): Name of Publisher.

Feduccia A. 1999. The origin and evolution of birds. 2nd ed. New Haven (CT): Yale University Press.

Journal Articles

Author [Last Name First Initial Middle Initial]. Year of publication. Title of article. Abbreviated Journal Title. Volume#(Issue#):page numbers.

Sunada S, Kawachi K, Watanabe I, Azuma A. 1993. Fundamental analysis of three dimensional ‘near fling’. J Exp Biol. 183(1):217-248

Websites

Name of Site [Internet]. Copyright dates. Place of Publication [City (State Abbreviation): Name of Publisher; [date last updated; date cited]. Available from: <URL>.

AmphibiaWeb [Internet]. C2000-2006. Berkeley (CA): The Regents of the University of California; [updated 2007 May 25; cited 2014 Feb 5]. Available from: http://amphibiaweb.org/index.html

CSE Citation Diagram

CSE Citation Diagram

Biology & Other Life Sciences

Citation Management Software

Citation management software allows you to organize your citations by topic, class, or project and then quickly create a bibliography or cite a source within your paper.

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