I can't figure out for the life of me these stupid citations for the background. She said to write down what you know already and then go back and find something to cite it. So I do that. And, then I go to our wiki cite, pubmed, or whatever I choose to use, and I type in something like "E.coli" and "/orT4 phage." I have been doing that for almost 2 hours and so far have only found 2 sites that say what I already know … Anyone have any idea what I'm doing wrong, or what I could do to find the rest of my citations??

Well, there are around 13 citations that might help you on another wiki page someone made, but I haven't looked over them yet so I do not know how helpful they are. But those may be of some help to you. Right now they are on the 5th page of "recent changes" under 'references'. Hopefully that helps.

Definitely start with the references page here on the wiki. Try to just find one line or two lines in an article you can use.

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