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Ms. Roop's Anatomy and Physiology pathology project.
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You must have 3-5 references, one of which is a peer-reviewed article which will serve as your primary source.

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Primary Sources - Peer reviewed article

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         Science Magazine   Nature Journal   Cell    JAMA

 

 

Secondary Sources - In a publication or on a government website

Science News   National Geographic      Time   http://www.thedailybeast.com/newsweek.html   

                        Wall Street Journal   NYTimes

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention

MedlinePlus from the U.S. National Library of Medicine

The Mayo Clinic

The Merck Manual Online Medical Library

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Genetics and Inherited Conditions - Jeffrey A. Knight (Editor)
ISBN: 9781587656507
Publication Date: 2010
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Human Diseases and Conditions - Miranda Herbert Ferrara (Editor)
ISBN: 9780684315157
Publication Date: 2010
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Basic Book Citation: Author's Last Name First Name. Date of Publication. Title: Subtitle. City/State of Publication: Name of Publisher. Page Number(s).

 

Basic Periodical Citation: Author's Last Name First Name. Date of Publication. Article title: Subtitle. Periodical Title Abbreviation. Volume: Page Number(s)

 

Basic Electronic Sources Citation: Author's Last Name First Name. Article title: Subtitle/Title of Document. Periodical Title Abbreviation. Date of Publication; Volume: Page Number(s). or other retrieval information.

 

Example: 1. Ecker K. 1996. Microbiology for Beginners: An Investigation of Euglena. New York: LaMassa Press. 285p. 

 

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