Top of Page Describe the organism s used in the study. This includes giving the 1 source supplier or where and how the orgranisms were collected2 typical size weight, length, etc3 how they were handled, fed, and housed before the experiment, 4 how they were handled, fed, and housed during the experiment.
If you do not, you risk being accused of plagiarism. It is easy to cite your source in-text and there are many ways to do it. It all depends on how many authors or creators the source has or even if you know the name of the author.
One effective rule of thumb is that you must always use last names.
In-text Citation for Printed Source with One Author Put the author's name in the sentence leading up to the quote or data cited. Write out the quote. If you are using the exact wording, use quotation marks. If you are paraphrasing, you do not need to add quotations. Put the page number where the quote or information comes from in parenthesis with the period to end the sentence afterward.
If you do not use the author's name in the sentence leading up to the quote or data, then you must put the author's name in the parenthesis before the page number. When You Do Not Know the Name of the Author Mention the name of the work with a shortened version of the title leading up to your data or quote.
Write out the quote or data that you wish to use. Add a period outside the parenthesis to end the sentence. Place a shortened version of the title of the work in parenthesis along with the page number if you did not mention it earlier.
Then, add the period on the outside of the parenthesis to end the sentence. Citing an Internet Website or Non-printed Source Use the first title that the source has listed in your bibliography when you mention it leading up to the quote or data. If you haven't already, place the first thing that this source lists in your bibliography in parenthesis.
For websites do not put full URLs. You can use the format "eHow. There is no need for page numbers or paragraph numbers. Citing a Printed Work with Multiple Authors Mention the names of the authors leading up to the quote or data.
If there are more than three you are allowed to use the first name listed in your bibliography plus "et al. Write out the quote or data that you wish to use in your paper. Place each of the last names of the authors in parenthesis along with the page number if you did not mention them.
If there are more than three, you are allowed to put the first name listed in your bibliography plus "et al. Cite this Article A tool to create a citation to reference this article Cite this Article.For the most complete information, check your campus library or writing center for the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, 8th ed.
Summary: MLA (Modern Language Association) style is most commonly used to write papers and cite sources within the liberal arts and humanities. Start early Begin working on your research paper as soon in the semester as possible.
Take advantage of the time at your disposal to do your research and writing in order to meet the assignment due date. Research like a pro-and write a winning paper! Do research papers make you nervous?
Don't panic! This task isn'tas overwhelming as it may seem--and conducting good research is . References: When providing references in research paper you must inform the readers about the sources you used to cite this information. The reference page is known as the "Works Cited".
The reference page is known as the "Works Cited". INTRODUCTION Background. This article is written in the form of an original-research paper for the journal Sportscience.
A few of the requirements for form and content are unique to Sportscience, but most are common to all good scientific journals.