HYG volume 89 issue 2 Cover and Back matter

1982 Journal of Hygiene  
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more » ... ing the full title, initial ( s), 8urname(s), address(e8) of the authors and a short title not exceeding 45 characters. Papers should usually be divided into SUMMARY, INTRODUCTION, MATERIALS AND METHODS, RESULTS, DISCUSSION and REFERENCES. Some observations are best described in the form of a continuous narrative with the only subsection being a Summary at the beginning. Such papers will also be considered. In the text references by up to three authors are oited in the form Jones, Smith & Brown (1950) and those by four or more authors in the form Jones et al. (1950).
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