What You Can Do:
The Council of Science Editors (CSE) offers three systems of documentation. In all three systems, a reference list at the end of the paper provides all the information your reader needs to track down your sources. In-text references in your sentences show your reader which sources support the claims and information of that sentence.
This guide contains step-by-step instructions for properly applying CSE style.
How You Can Do It
The Council of Science Editors (CSE) style is designed for the general sciences including biology. You need to cite your sources in two places within your paper: in-text and bibliography
There are three types of in-text citation options for the CSE: Name-Year, Citation-Sequence, Citation-Name. In-text references consist of paraphrased descriptions of research done by others. In the Name-Year style, parentheses are placed around the author's surname and year of publication. Quotes are rarely used in scientific publications.