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2) Journal references :

Example:

Author: Rowland IP (followed by a period)

Article: Pathogenesis of muscular dystrophies (followed by a comma)

Publication: Archives of Neurology  (may be in accepted abbreviation in italics)

Year: 1976 (followed by a semicolon)

Volume number: 33 (followed by a colon)

Page number: 315 (followed by a period)

Actual entry: Rowland IP. Pathogenesis of muscular dystrophies. Arch. of Neurology, 1976; 33:315.

Or an example of a periodical needing further identification of the specific issue: deJager, Prashanti, Tumeric: Ayurvedic Spice of Life, Part I, LOAJ, I:3 (Spring 2003) 12-16.

(3) Bulletins and pamphlets:

Example:

Name of publication: Your Asthma can be Controlled: Expect Nothing Less
Published by:  U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, NIH, 
Date:
  1991

Actual Entry: Your Asthma can be Controlled: Expect Nothing Less. U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, NIH, 1991

(4) Suggested References for further study: Give any further information that would help the reader locate the book if it is published in India or another country.

Use the same formatting as above for “book references”. List alphabetically according to author.

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