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Re: Arambourgiania citation
Kaznyshkina, AFAIK. (Not that anyone googles for her and...)
Just typing in what was in the citation...
fÃr Geologie unde PalÃontologie Abhandlungen 207:57-78.
Congratulations for getting all the dots right, but it's just "und".
...except that one, which was a typo in my database. No offense
intended -- I really do know how to spell "und!"
ÐÐÑÐÐ Ð.Ð., ÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐ, Ð.Ð., ÐÑÐÐÐÑÐÐÐÐ, Ð.Ð.
ÐÐÐÑÐ ÐÐÑÑÐÐÐÑÐÐÐÐÐÐÑ Ð ÑÐÐÐÐÐÑ
ÑÐÑÐÐÑÐÐÐÐÐÑ ÐÐÑÐÐÑÑÑÑ ÑÐÑÑÐÑÐÑÐÐ //
ÐÐÐ. ÐÐÐÐ. ÐÑÑÐ. 1987. No. 4.
I'd wondered whether or not this was going to come through the list as
gibberish (if it wasn't going to end up as one of those star-studded
rejection messages), and I apologize to anyone who only saw gibberish! I
typed it in Russian using the Cyrillic characters as part of the Times New
Roman font via the Character Map utility that is part of Windows (took a
while, too!). But I'm glad it came through for at least some people...
In an English-looking transcription that would be...
Hesov L. A., Shabanina, N. V., Utsovn[i]chenko, N. I. [New sites and ?? of
formation of ?? phosphorites], Uzb. geol. zhurn.
Tomorrow I'll bring my dictionary to look up the two unknown words in the
title. "Uzb." is probably "Uzbek", so "Uzbek geological journal".
Yay! It is indeed -- it is "Uzbekskii Geologicheskii Zhurnal," and as
it turns out, a library not far from me actually seems to have this. I
won't be headed that way for at least a few weeks, but if I get this paper,
and it looks like the right one for the _Arambourgiania_ citation, I'll let
the list know.
Jerry D. Harris
Director of Paleontology
Dixie State College
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St. George, UT 84770 USA
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of fungal, algal or prokaryotic groups on
the basis of a partial reptilian fossil and
protein sequences from mice and humans
is like trying to decipher Demotic Egyptian with
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-- D. Graur & W. Martin (_Trends
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