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Endophytes are a class of fungi and bacteria that live part of their life in a plant, without causing disease or injury to the plant. At one time, I expect the field of inquiry which studied endophytes would likely have been named endophytology, but it would not surprise me in modern academia if the field of inquiry was named *Endophyte studies". It's not ...
It actually depends on the format your course impose. If you use MLA, you can intext citation follows the format (Author surname, page number), assuming of course you are quoting a book. More details here APA on the other hand follows the format (Author surname, year published) for intext citation. More details here
Apparently this is academic writing - you may want to make propert citations and as I know under "Credits:" you could use work "Creator/Author Framework".
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