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• Example for reference in a periodical is: Köhler-Rollefson, I. 1992. The camel breeds of India in social and historical perspective. Animal Genetic Resources Information 10, 5364.
• When there are more than one author: Matos, C.A.P., Thomas, D.L., Gianola, D., Tempelman, R.J. & Young, L.D.. 1997. Genetic analysis of discrete reproductive traits in sheep using linear and nonnlinear models: 1. Estimation of genetic parameters 75, 7687.
• For a book or an ad hoc publication, e.g., reports, theses, etc.: Cockrill, W.R. (Ed.). 1994. The Husbandry and Health of the Domestic Buffalo. FAO, Rome, Italy, pp 993.
• For an article in the proceedings of a meeting: Hammond, K. 1996. FAO's programme for the management of farm animal genetic resources. In Devendra, C. (Ed.), Proceedings of IGA/FAO Round Table on the Global Management of Small Ruminant Genetic Resources, Beijing, May 1996, FAO, Bangkok, Thailand, 413.
• Where information included in the article has been obtained or derived from a World Wide Web site, then quote in the text, e.g. “derived from FAO. 1996” and in the References quote the URL standard form: FAO. 1996. Domestic Animal Diversity Information System, http://www.fao.org/dad-is/, FAO, Rome, Italy.

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