Your sources should be cited in the format used by articles published in Botanical Review. Use the color-coded instructions below, or ask a librarian for help.
Author's name [last name first, followed by first and middle initials], Second author's name, Third author's name, etc. & Last author's name. Publication year. Article title [only capitalize the first letter of the first word, and the first letter of any names]. Journal title or abbreviation. Volume number: first page-last page.
Miller, W. W., D. W. Johnson, C. Denton, P. S. J. Verburg, G. L. Dana & R. F. Walker. 2005. Inconspicuous nutrient laden surface runoff from mature forest Sierran watersheds. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 163: 3-17.
Sala, A., E. V. Carey, R. E. Keane & R. M. Callaway. 2001. Water use by whitebark pine and subalpine fir: potential consequences of fire exclusion in the northern Rocky Mountains. Tree Physiology 21: 717-725.
For more examples, including citations for other types of sources (such as book chapters or websites), look at the lists of references on articles in Botanical Review or ask a librarian for help.