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APA Biology Reference List 2013

APA Biology Reference List 2013

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APA Style Guide for Your Biology Research Paper
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APA Style References
 
Center the heading
Reference List
at the top of the page.
 
Begin entry at the left margin, Indent one-half inch each additional lines of entry.
 
Only the author’s last name and initials are used.
 
After the 2nd author’s name and initials, use
et al.
to indicate the remaining authors in the article.
 
Alphabetize the list by the first word of the entry (usually the author's last name).
 
Use n.d. (no date) if the material is undated.
 
Double-space the entire list, both between and within the entries.
 
Indent annotation one-half inch, single space paragraph.
 
This resource, revised according to the
6th edition
of the APA manual, offers examples for in-text citations and the reference page.
A book(non-web source)OR book from anonline source
 
(non-web source)
Pattern: Author (last name and initial(s)). (dateof publication in parentheses).
Title
[
initalics
].(edition?). Place of publication:Publisher.Retrieved from (online source)
Panno, J. (2011).
Gene therapy: treatments and cures for genetic diseases.
(rev. ed.). NY: Facts on File.In-text example:
(Panno, 2011)
Anstee, D. J.; Klein, H. G.. (2008).
 Mollison's Blood Transfusion in Clinical Medicine
,Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell. Retrieved from http://site.ebrary.com/ Annotation: Both authors are authorities in the clinical medicine medical blood transfusion field.
In-text example:
(Anstee, Klein 2008)
 
Biology Textbook(the text book is cited, butnot counted as a source)
 Pattern: Author (last name and initial(s)). (dateof publication in parentheses).
Title [in italics].
 (Chapter title p/pp. Page number starts-Ends forpages used, …)
.
Place of publication: Publisher
.
 
Simon, E., Reece, J., et al. (2010)
Campbell
 
 Essential biology with physiology
. (DNA Technology pp.224-225, Body’s Defenses p. 538). Boston: Benjamin Cummings.In-text example: 
(Simon, Reece, 2010)
 
Article in a edited book(non-web source) 
Pattern: Author (last name and initial(s)). (dateof publication in parentheses). Title of thearticle.
In
Initial(s) and last name of editor(s).(Eds.)
[
name of the work in italics
]. Place of publication: Publisher name
 
Foldvary, F., (2009). Society should not be asked to sacrifice for those with genetic disorders. In K.Swarts (ed.)
Genetics disorders.
Detroit: Gale Cengage Learning.In-text example:
(Foldvary, 2009)
 
 
Newspaper articles from an electronicdatabase(non-web source) 
Pattern: Author (last name and initial(s)). (dateof publication in parentheses). Article title.Name of periodical [in italics], pages [p.].Retrieved from [name of database].Abelson, R. (2011, February 2) Awaiting Health Law's Prognosis.
The New York Times
.LexisNexis Library.
Retrieved from LexisNexis Scholastic.
In-text example:
(Abelson, 2011)
 Online newspaper article
Pattern: Author (last name and initial(s)). (dateof publication in parentheses). Article title.Name of periodical [in italics]. Retrieved from[URL of homepage].Abelson, R. (2011, February 2) Awaiting Health Law's Prognosis.
The New York Times
.
Retrieved from http://www.nytimes.com. 
In-text example:
(Abelson, 2011) 
Journal/Magazine article from a print source
Pattern: Author (last name and initial(s)). (dateof publication in parentheses). Article title.
 Name of periodical [in italics],
issue number(date), pages
.
 
Kaiser, J. (2009). Gene therapy in a new light.
Smithsonian
, 39(10), 54.In-text example:
(Kaiser, 2009)
 
Journal/Magazine article from onlinedatabase(non-web source) 
Pattern: Author (last name and initial(s)). (dateof publication in parentheses). Article title.
 Name of periodical [in italics],
issue number(date), pages. Retrieved from [name of database]
 
Seppa, N. (2012 January 14). Gene therapy helps hemophiliacs.
Science News
, Retrieved fromEBSCO
host 
.
In-text example:
(Seppa, 2012)
Internet article based on a print source
Pattern: Author (last name and initial(s)). (dateof publication in parentheses). Article title.
 Name of periodical [in italics],
issue number,pages. Retrieved from [URL of homepage].
 
After the 2nd author’s name and initials,use
et al.
to indicate the remainingauthors in the article
 
Farra, N., Zhang, W-B., et al. (2012, January 12). Rett syndrome induced pluripotent stem cell-derived neurons reveal novel neurophysiological alterations.
 Molecular Psychiatry
doi:10.1038/mp.2011.180. Retrieved from http://www.nature.com/mp/journal/vaop/ 
 
ncurrent/full/mp2011180a.html
 
In-text example:
(Farra, Zhang, 2012)
 
Web Page with author
Pattern: Author (last name and initial(s)). (latestupdate in parentheses). Article web page title.Lusher, J. M. (2008).
 Hemophilia: From Plasma to Recombinant Factors
. American Society of 

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