To cite your references you will need to keep track of the following information for all of your resources. We recommend using a Citation Management tool such as RefWorks or EndNote Web. Essential information for the citation of a journal article is:
Volume & Issue
To cite a book, the publisher's name is required instead of the journal title, volume & issue, and pages.
There are many citation styles; the citations below follow APA 7th edition, the typical citation style used in STEM fields.
Baseggio, M., Newman, Y., Sollenberger, L. E., Fraisse, C., & Obreza, T. (2015). Planting rate and depth effects on Tifton 85 bermudagrass establishment using rhizomes. Crop Science, 55(3), 1338-1345. doi:10.2135/cropsci2014.09.0605
McMahaon, M. (2020). Plant science: Growth, development and utilization of cultivated plants (6th ed.). Pearson Education, Inc.
An annotated bibliography is a list of references with a summary or evaluation of each. The summary provides a brief overview of the content (e.g. what is the reference about?). An evaluation provides an assessment of the reference (e.g. is it credible? how does it compare to the other references?).
See Purdue University's Online Writing Lab for further description and samples of annotated bibliographies.
Recommended format using APA 7th edition for a UF/IFAS EDIS publication:
Author, Initials. (Year – use the latest revised date). Title (Publication number). University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences EDIS. Retrieved Month day, year, from https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/[insert actual url]
There are a number of ways to confirm if an article is peer-reviewed or not. Here are some suggestions:
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