Council of Science Editors Citation Style (CSE) Ms. Sweis, Librarian Spring 2014
Basics of Council of Science Editors (CSE) citation style • Used in biological science and other fields of scientific study • Three approaches to documentation: • CSE name-year system: the author of the source is named in the text and the date is given in parentheses. For ex. (Bran, 2003). Similar to APA style. • CSE citation-sequence system: each source cited in the paper is given a number the first time it appears in the text. Anytime the source is referred to again, the text is marked with the same number. Reference list is not alphabetical, but in order of citation. For ex. such as1. • CSE citation-name system: list of references is first put in alphabetical order and then the entries are numbered in that order. Numbers are used in the text to cite the sources from the list.
Citations video • CSE Citations Video Write down at least two essential points from the video.
CSE citation-sequence system • Citations are numbered in the order they appear in your paper • For example: The most fundamental specialization of the eusocial insects is the division of colony members into two castes, workers (functionally sterile individuals) and reproductives.1 • References appear in the order of appearance, not alphabetical
In-text citations • Examples: • This research deals with the ABC transporter family and builds on prior studies by Thacker et al.,1Sheps et al.,2 and Kerr3. • Modern scientific nomenclature really began with Linnaeus in botany1, but other disciplines2,3 were not many years behind in developing various systems4-7 for nomenclature and symbolization superscript
References List Book one author: 1992. Bargaining for life: a social history of tuberculosis. Bates B. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press; Answer: Bates B. Bargaining for life: a social history of tuberculosis. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press; 1992.
References List • Journal two authors: ApplEnviron Microbiol. Necessity of OxyR for the hydrogen peroxide stress response and full virulence in Ralstoniasolanacearum. Flores-Cruz Z, Allen C. 77(18):6426-6432. 2011; Answer: Flores-Cruz Z, Allen C. Necessity of OxyR for the hydrogen peroxide stress response and full virulence in Ralstoniasolanacearum. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2011;77(18):6426-6432.
Answers to worksheet #1 title author Abbreviated Journal name Kraft MM. The future of computational modeling in reaction engineering. Philos. Trans. R. Soc. London, Ser. A. [Internet]. 2010 3633-3644. 368(1924): [cited 2014 May 12]; JSTOR. • Available from: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25699191 Page numbers URL Volume(issue)
Answers to worksheet #2 • Taylor GR. Integrating Quantitative and Qualitative methods in Research. 2nd ed. Landham(MD): University Press; 2005.
Answers to worksheet #3 • Bandyopadhyay P. The geometric phase and the spin-statistics relation. Proc. R. Soc. A. 2010;466(2122):2917-2932.
Answers to worksheet #4 • Wolfram. Homepage [Internet]. Champaign, IL: Wolfram; c2014 [cited 2014 May 12]. Available from: http://www.wolfram.com/
Resources • Bedford/St. Martin’s • http://bcs.bedfordstmartins.com/resdoc5e/index.htm >ChooseSciences • The Writing Center@the University of Wisconsin – Madison • http://writing.wisc.edu/Handbook/DocCSE.html>Choose Citation-Sequence • Penn State University Libraries- CSE Quick Citation Guide • http://www.libraries.psu.edu/content/psul/researchguides/citationstyles/CSE_citation.html#cse-citations > ChooseCitation-Sequence • University of British Columbia -Science and Engineering Journal Abbreviations • http://woodward.library.ubc.ca/research-help/journal-abbreviations/