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The Format for a Paper Submitted for Publication in Nematologica

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The summary should contain a short abstract of the salient features of the paper, including the most significant results and conclusions. It should be complete and suitable for use in an abstract journal. Summaries of taxonomic papers should form an informative abstract, including the main features of the new taxa. No more than six keywords not already used in the title should be added at the end, on a separate line.

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