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References and Re-paging of Reprints


AGAINST the re-paging of reprints, the British Association Committee on Zoological Bibliography and Publication has protested since its foundation in 1895, and it has always taken the view that this and similar matters are in the control of editors, to whom accordingly its recommendations have been addressed. It is therefore refreshing at last to find an editor, in the person of Dr. Rastall, associating himself so whole-heartedly with the protest (NATURE, March 20, 1926, p. 418). Experientia docet.

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BATHER, F. References and Re-paging of Reprints. Nature 117, 516–517 (1926).

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