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APA: Article DOI: Explanation & Example

Journal article with a DOI number. What is a DOI number? It is an Digital Object Identifier. It provides an actionable, interoperable, persistent link. See DOI.org for more information.

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Elements that Make Up an APA Citation

 

Author(s):
Fraiture, M., Philippe, H., Taveneris, I., De Loose, M., Dieter, D., & Roosens, N.H. Image of the detail screen of an article in a database.

Publication date:
(2014, October 15).

Title of article:
Current and new approaches in GMO detection: Challenges and solutions

Journal that contains the article:
BioMed Research International

Volume number, issue number and page numbers:
2015 (Issue number if there was one), 1-22.

Retrieved from information:
The DOI or the URL of the Journal:

doi: 10.1155/2015/392872  

 

 

 


APA Example References Author(s) Last Name, First & Middle Initial. (Publication Date). Title. Publication Name, Volume(Issue), Page Numbers. DOI or Retrieved from URL  Fraiture, M., Philippe, H., Taveneris, I., De Loose, M., Dieter, D., & Roosens, N.H. (2014, October 15). Current and new approaches in GMO detection: Challenges and solutions. BioMed Research International, 2015(1), 1-22. doi: 10.1155/2015/392872

 

Examples of In-Text Citations

 

 

QUOTE “GMO’s are an economic issue” (Fraiture, Philippe, Tavernis, Dieter & Roosens, 2014, p. 2).   PARAPHRASE GMO’s are not an international issue, but “an economic issue” (Fraiture, Philippe, Tavernis, Dieter & Roosens, 2014, p. 2).   Subsequent citation same paragraph: Countries became financially dependent on for profit see programs that replaced indigenous ones (p. 11). SUMMARY Fraiture, Philippe, Tavernis, Dieter & Roosens (2014) found that GMO’s were not an international problem but one with the potential to disrupt a fragile economy (p. 2). Subsequent mention in same document: Fraiture et al. (2014) found that countries became financially dependent after replacing indigenous seeding programs (p. 11).

American Psychological Association, 6th edition.
7.01 Periodicals, pp. 198-202.

 

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