bibliographical reference

bibliographical reference

a precise form of reference to an organism in taxonomic literature which must include the name of the author, the date of publication of the organism's name, together with the title of the book or journal and exact page references.
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There is no direct or indirect bibliographical reference to a publication by Neuhausl in 1959 referring to the 'Batrachion fluitantis'; this alliance contains in PASSARGE (1978) only the "AG Batrachietum fluitantis All.
The series seeks to produce bibliographical reference books by noted scholars on important themes in military history.
A Bibliography Of American County Histories is justifiably considered to be a standard bibliographical reference.
Nevertheless for an overview of bibliographies on the history of bibliography, bibliographical reference works, printing, publishing history, descriptive bibliography, paper, ink, typography, illustration, binding, and analytical bibliography, this is as good a place to start as any.
You draw your own conclusions, assisted by the quotations, cited survey parameters and/or bibliographical reference.
It will make a fine addition to any private collection and should automatically find a place in the bibliographical reference section of any reputable research library.
great wealth of textual comment and bibliographical reference make it a
2) The bibliographical reference on page 466 to the Encyclopedia of Southern Baptists lists Davis C.
Notes should, ideally, be for bibliographical reference, not for additional information or for peripheral discussion: see the long notes on pp.
This bibliographical reference is the 30th volume in a series that includes both entries and reviews.
A minor, yet often annoying, detail in scholarly writing is the bibliographical reference.
1) that the texts reproduced here are essentially the same as the originals (save correcting textual infelicities and bibliographical updating), so much so that he provides full bibliographical reference for each study's original location, and places its original pagination in the margins.
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