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bibliographic citation

A textbite of information about a book, article, web page, or other published item, which typically includes author, title, source, abstract and/or related information. A bibliographic citation is intended to both acknowledge the source of information being used for a work and allow others to access it.
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Each article's bibliographic citation, abstract and references are compiled into an interactive HTML file, a feature which allows dynamic linking to other Science articles, toll-free access to thousands of articles from nonprofit journals hosted on the HighWire platform, and finally to the primary source from for-profit journals via CrossRef.
item, and create a bibliographic citation for each item, according to the Chicago style.
Each record contains the full bibliographic citation, indexing terms and codes; 70% of all citations in EMBASE include author-written abstracts.
This information (roughly the bibliographic citation to the site) is followed by the four specific categories, each having four questions to consider, after which the reviewer is supposed to rate the element on a 1-5 scale (1 = poor, 3 = average, and 5 = excellent).
Entries include indication of age level, essential bibliographic citation, a short description of the content, and note of review source or sources, including starred review sources.
Arranged by title, entries include the database(s) that index the articles, dates of coverage, and whether articles are offered in full text, abstract, or bibliographic citation.
The writing quality varies, text and bibliographies are poorly edited, and bibliographic citation formats are inconsistent even within single bibliographies; this undermines the journal's credibility.
On the Learning Page -- whose name symbolizes the active role of the student in the learning event -- students will find two levels of information: links to supporting and contextualizing information for the primary source materials of the Web site and links to strategic information, such as bibliographic citation aids, copyright guidelines, and other resources.
com/journal/MedGenMed, the pioneering online, peer-reviewed, primary source general medical journal, has been selected for indexing by the National Library of Medicine's Index Medicus/MEDLINE bibliographic citation database.
Each entry contains a date, description, annotated bibliographic citation, find spot, and the text (in the Greek original).
Thousands of entries were retrieved simply because 467 was included in the pagination of the bibliographic citation.
Documents are retrievable with a single keystroke activating the link from the bibliographic citation directly to the document.