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Guide to finding and citing information on animal nutrition

Citation Information

1. Why should you cite your sources?

  1. To avoid plagiarism

  2. To allow your readers to locate sources you used

  3. To help your readers understand your arguments

  4. All of the above

2. When do you use an in-text citation in a paper?

  1. When you quote directly from a source

  2. When you paraphrase (reword) a source

  3. Both of the above

 3. What’s the name of the page in your paper where you list all the sources that you used? Works Cited

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animal food

animal feed

pet food

pet nutrition

safety

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coat

energy

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fish/beef/poultry product

diet

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raw

antibiotics

additives

color

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standards

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