Scientific names are italicized in CSE style and the first word is captialized: Dendrobium chrysanthum
The Council of Science Editors (CSE) is a specific style to be used when citing information and organizing a research paper. The CSE documentation style is used in the sciences, including biology, ecology, zoology, and medicine.
The following web pages demonstrate the use of the Name-Year (N-Y) system.
One of the main ingredients in the ethical use of information is correctly citing sources. With RefWorks you can create a database of citations, put them in folders, create a bibliography, insert citations as you type your paper, and much more.
Use RefWorks' Write-n-Cite while typing your paper in Microsoft Word. Here is how to install it:
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