The CSULB Biology department has adopted the Developmental Dynamics journal citation format for its theses, and many other class projects require the same format. The format for citing a journal article is as follows:
Journal Article Citation Example:
Freeman G. 1963. Lens regeneration from
cornea in Xenopus laevis. J Exp Zool
Kamachi Y, Uchikawa M, Collignon J,
Lovell-Badge R, Kondoh H. 1998.
Involvement of Sox1, 2 and 3 in the
early and subsequent molecular events
of lens induction. Development 125:
Within the body of the text:
(Knoepfler and Eisenman, 1999)
3 or more authors
(Xong et al., 2004)
Multiple citations are separated by a semicolon.
Developmental Dynamics is available as a style in EndNote. If you are using EndNote to format your paper, create a bibliography and simply select Developmental Dynamics.
EndNote Web is available from the library. Open any ISI database (Biological Abstracts, Zoo Record, or Web of Science) and click MyEndNoteWeb at the top of the page to create your own account.
When using RefWorks (available from the library) to format your papers / citations, you will find Developmental Dynamics as an option. However, the result is imperfect, it fails to provide a hanging indent in the bibliography.
You can either edit your bibliography after you create it, or create your own edited style in RefWorks.