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  • avoid
  • What we want to avoid are titles that wouldn't mean anything to a reader who is not familiar with field-specific nomenclature or jargon," Fedor says. (asbmb.org)
  • Meanwhile, authors often avoid using precise language in titles because the results they are reporting are not completely conclusive. (asbmb.org)
  • Avoid noun strings in titles. (mhhe.com)
  • Avoid the use of Roman numerals in the title as they can be interpreted differently: for instance, part III could be mistaken for factor III. (biomedcentral.com)
  • Year
  • I am a sixth year student on the west coast of Scotland, UK and am looking for titles towards a upper high school/first year university level. (bio.net)
  • article
  • Whether you're a born poet or still a relatively clunky scribe, crafting a compelling title for an article takes creativity and concentration. (asbmb.org)
  • field
  • For shorter documents, a title page may berequired, optional, or unnecessary, depending on the specific context and conventions in your field. (mhhe.com)
  • Authors
  • So when it was suggested that I provide some tips on how to write slam-dunk titles for scientific papers, I huddled with the editors of the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology's journals and the society's chief multimedia communicator to come up with some general advice and specific pointers for authors submitting to the Journal of Biological Chemistry, Molecular and Cellular Proteomics, and the Journal of Lipid Research. (asbmb.org)
  • Indeed, the consensus is that the greatest challenge authors face when crafting titles is communicating complex ideas clearly in a small space. (asbmb.org)
  • Perhaps feeling constrained by mandated word or character limits, many well-meaning but misguided authors resort to loading titles with acronyms, which can result in what editors of all walks have dubbed derisively "alphabet soup. (asbmb.org)
  • A title page should include the title, the author or authors, their affiliation (if appropriate), and thedate. (mhhe.com)
  • common
  • Probably the most common problem with titles is vagueness, as in the following example. (mhhe.com)
  • Department
  • For later promulgation, see Title 415 WAC, Department of Retirement Systems. (wa.gov)
  • All rules filed within this title after January 1, 1971, are rules filed by the department of ecology. (wa.gov)
  • Subject
  • Living on the west coast of Scotland it has been difficult getting information on this subject and I would appreciate it If any wisened persons could suggest some worthwile titles that are interesting, not too complicated, but not too simple, and easy to obtain in the UK. (bio.net)
  • specific
  • This two-part title states the category of interest, followed by the specific approach of thereport. (mhhe.com)
  • instance
  • Take this title, for instance: "The DNA-damage-response kinases DNA-UV and XYZ are stimulated by bulky adduct-containing DNA. (asbmb.org)
  • read
  • I have also been accepted to do volutary work, and am hoping to travel to Indonesia, are there any titles which are worthwhile to read on the parasites of this area of the world? (bio.net)