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BIO 252 - Modeling Systems of Life

Managing your references with Zotero

Install Zotero to use to collect and organize your sources

Additional help guides

 

Italicize Species Names in an Article Title

You can apply rich text formatting to elements like the title by manually adding the following HTML-like tags to fields in your Zotero library:

  • <i> and </i> for italics

  • <b> and </b> for bold

  • <sub> and </sub> for subscript

  • <sup> and </sup> for superscript

  • <span style="font-variant:small-caps;"> and </span> for smallcaps

  • <span class="nocase"> and </span> to suppress capitalization rules (e.g., for foreign phrases within English titles)

Zotero will automatically replace these tags by the specified formatting in bibliographic output. E.g. “<i>Pseudomonas aureofaciens</i> nov. spec. and its pigments” will become “Pseudomonas aureofaciens nov. spec. and its pigments”.