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A treatise on a particular subject or specific aspect of a subject.
[mono- + G. graphē, a writing]
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(mŏn′ō-grăf) [″ + graphein, to write]
A treatise dealing with a single subject.

drug monograph

A publication that specifies for a drug (or class of related drugs) the kinds and amounts of ingredients it may contain, the conditions and limitations for which it may be offered, directions for use, warnings, and other information that its labeling must contain. The monograph may contain important information concerning interactions with other drugs.
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a publication relating normally to a higher TAXON, which includes an exhaustive treatment of all aspects of the biology of the group as far as they relate to its taxonomy and classification.
Collins Dictionary of Biology, 3rd ed. © W. G. Hale, V. A. Saunders, J. P. Margham 2005
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In all, the original Monograph and Therapeutic Compendium, which was 28 pages, has been expanded to 96 pages and represents the most comprehensive review of cranberry ever developed and then reviewed by some of the world's leading authorities on all things cranberry AHP said.
Due to the fast-growing body of literature in medicinal plant research it soon became obvious that ESCOP monographs had to be updated on a regular basis.
The listing for "cannabis," for example, includes the page number for the monograph, whereas the listing for "aloe vera" only includes page numbers for the associated interactions monographs.
The current "Preamble to the IARC Monographs" (IARC 2006) provides the Working Group with all options to perform quantitative meta-analysis where appropriate and helpful for causal inference.
The workshop was held in Chicago on October 27 and 28, 2010 and was attended by approximately 30 leaders whose work has involved collaboration on monographs. Through a combination of plenary and breakout sessions, and using a flexible agenda that alternated data gathering with sessions for summary and synthesis, participants identified themes, concerns, possible implementation scenarios, and issues that require testing or research to confirm a framework for future action.
The purpose of this monograph is to give the reader a general idea and overview of the basic concepts and principles of color usage in the cosmetics industry.
As well as monographs, the text encompasses three cross-indexes that allow readers to search interactions by drug class, generic drug name, and drug trade name, respectively.
By any such numerical standard, Rob clearly had risen to the top: over 150 journal articles, book chapters, edited texts and monographs; at least that many conference presentations; scores of successful doctoral students, dozens of state and federal grants totaling millions of dollars; a dozen or more invited trips abroad; recipient of national awards, including the CCBD 2006 Leadership Award and two Fulbright-Hayes Scholarships; 18 years of service to CCBD, including 6 as editor of Behavioral Disorders and as CCBD secretary, president, and governor.
Art as Existence: The Artist's Monograph and Its Project.
The published monographs within these broad sections are presented as extended abstracts of approximately 1000 words with key results, tables and graphs and collated within themes.