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Plant 252 - Plant Nutrition

Citation Styles and EndNote

Council of Science Editors Style

Scientific style and format: the CSE manual for authors, editors, and publishers. 7th edition.
In the Library: 1st floor Reference   T11 .S386 2006
   • Citation examples via Ohio State University Libraries
   • CSE Documentation Style  from The Writer's Handbook, University of Wisconsin-Madison

CSE is in the EndNote Select A Style list


ASA–CSSA–SSSA

Publications Handbook and Style Manual


Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science

Instructions for Authors
EndNote style file for Journal of ASHS

Agronomy Journal

Crop Science

Crop Protection

Entomological Society of America

Proceedings Soil Science Society

American Phytopathological Society

Weed Science Society of America

EndNote stores and lets you sort, organize, and annotate your citations, as well as the files (such as pdfs) you attach to those citations. Use the information in EndNote to create reference lists in a variety of styles, or use Cite-While-You-Write in Word to create in-text citations and the reference list. 

The library's EndNote guide: libguides.csufresno.edu/endnote


Firefox usually works best for exporting records from other sources (e.g. databases, Google Scholar, and publishers's websites) directly into EndNote

If your exported records aren't automatically appearing in your EndNote Library:
• Make sure your EndNote Library is open (not minimized)
• View the file in your default download folder
• Drag and drop the file onto the EndNote icon on your desktop
  OR double-click on the file: sometimes it will open in EndNote