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necessary to divide the text into sub-sections, except for the References section. Capitalize all major words in your title as shown in the example above (nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, and some conjunctions). Use lowercase for articles: the, a, and an; for the following conjunctions: and, but, for, or, and nor; for the part of a proper name that would be lowercased in the text, such as de or von; and for the second part of a species name, such as fulvescens in Acipenser fulvescens , even if it is the last word in a title or subtitle. Your paper must be submitted as Adobe PDF format with NO document security and with the .pdf file name extension, AND as an editable word processing file (preferably Microsoft Word) in .doc, .docx, .txt, or .ltx formats. The PDF of the paper MUST have fonts and images embedded. Use a 12-point Times New Roman typeface and single spacing between lines. Use italics for taxonomic terms. Avoid individualized formatting and special typefaces. Document margins should be one inch (25.4 mm) top and bottom and 0.75 inches (19.1 mm) left and right. Papers must be two pages long and conform to these layout requirements; those with fewer pages will be rejected. Page 1 should contain text only, using fully justified formatting with no figures. Skip a line before each new paragraph, but do not indent paragraphs. Page 2 may contain figures, figure captions, and tables in addition to text. Include figure labels and scale markers on all figures. Captions should be placed below all figures and tables. Artwork and tables must
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