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What is CSE?

CSE stands for Council of Science Editors, and it indicates 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. 

 

Reference Book

Reference materials are available at the Reference Desk at Smith Library on the second floor.

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Scientific Style and Format - Council of Science Editors, Style Manual Committee Staff (Contribution by)
ISBN: 9780977966509
Publication Date: 2006-04-01

 

CSE Quick Reference

 

Overview

There are three documentation systems used in CSE and it is important to ask your professor which style you are supposed to be citing for your paper in before beginning.  In this guide you will find information on how to cite in each of the three styles:

Also information on general formatting for citation in all of these formats will be discussed here:

 

 

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