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(Singh, 1988); (Prasad & Yadav, 2006). When papers are by three authors, use all names on the first mention and thereafter abbreviate to the first name et al. For papers by four or more authors, use et al. throughout. The list of references must include all publications cited in the text.

Khan, I. A., Prasad, S.N. and Mathur, P. K. 1993. Manipur brow- antlered deer Cervus eldi eldi: its future conservation through rehabilitation. International Zoo Yearbook 32: 39-44.

Badola, H. K. 1994. Bud phenological studies as an aid to forestry research: an overview. Pp. 163-169. In Forestry Research and Education. (eds Dogra, P. D. and Dhiman, R. C.), Diamond Jubilee Publication, Indian National Science Academy, New Delhi.

Prater, S. H. 1948. The Book of Indian Animals. Bombay Natural History Society. Mumbai.

Smith, J. and Brown, B. (eds). 2001. The demise of modern genomics. Blackwell, London.

Zowghi, D. et al. 1996. A framework for reasoning about requirements in evolution. In Foo, N. and Goebel, R. (eds) PRICAI 96: topics in artificial intelligence. 4th Pacific Rim conference on artificial intelligence, Cairns, August 1996. Lecture notes in computer science (Lecture notes in artificial intelligence), vol 1114. Springer, Berlin Heidelberg New York, p 157.

Chung, S-T., Morris, R. L. 1978. Isolation and character-ization of plasmid deoxyribonucleic acid from Streptomyces fradiae. In: Abstracts of the 3rd international symposium on the genetics of industrial microorganisms, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 4-9 June 1978.

Healthwise Knowledgebase (1998) US Pharmacopeia, Rockville. www.healthwise.org. Cited 21 Sept 1998.


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