Sample references list entries


                                          References -- APA Style

Brady, J.T. & Brady, P. L. (2003, November). Consumers and genetically
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Canadian Food Inspection Agency. (2004, April 28). What are genetically modified
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Freckleton, R. P., Sutherland, W.J., & Watkinson, A. R. (2003, November 7). Deciding
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          2005, from Proquest database.

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Nottingham, S. (2003). Eat your genes: How genetically modified food is entering our
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SCOPE Forum (200-2005).  Genetically modified food : Controversies surrounding the
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