The reference for a portion of a book should start with the person or organization responsible for the intellectual content of the material being cited.
|Material Type||In-text Citation||End Reference|
|Chapter from book with single author||(Bell 2008)||
Bell AD.2008. Plant form: an illustrated guide to flowering plant morphology. Portland (OR): Timber Press. Seedling morphology; p.198-204.
'Seedling morphology' is the chapter title; the book has no chapter numeration. Bell is the author of the book.
|Chapter from an edited book with different authors||
Honegger R.2008. Morphogenesis. In: Nash TH, editor. Lichen biology. 2nd ed. New York (NY): Cambridge University Press. p. 69-93.
Honegger is the author of the chapter, 'Morphogenesis', in the book, 'Lichen biology', edited by Nash.
|(Beckett et. al 2008)||
Beckett RP, Kranner I, Minibayeva FV. 2008. Stress physiology and the symbiosis. In: Nash TH, editor. Lichen biology. 2nd ed. New York (NY): Cambridge University Press. p. 134-151.
This is a different chapter, "Stress physiology and the symbiosis", in the same book, 'Lichen biology'.
|Portion of a book (figure)||(Sissons et. al 1984)||
Sissons HA, Murray RO, Kemp HBS. 1984. Orthopaedic diagnosis: clinical, radiological, and pathological coordinates. Berlin (Germany): Springer-Verlag. Figure 1.3, Stress fractures of the spine; p. 236.
|Portion of book (appendix)||(Izaak . . . c2006)||
Izaak Walton League of America. c2006. Guide to aquatic insects & crustaceans. Mechanicsburg (PA): Stackpole Books. Appendix B: save our streams streams quality survey; p. 60-61.