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South African Journal of Science



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The South African Journal of Science accepts articles from any source on the understanding that they are the original work of the authors named, and that they are being offered only to the Journal.

Since the Journal serves a multidisciplinary readership, articles should serve multidisciplinary or multi-institutional areas of interest, and authors are requested to write their papers and reports in a manner and style that is intelligible to specialists and nonspecialists alike. Articles are judged by referees at the discretion of the Editor.

Various kinds and categories of article are welcome. (Please consult a recent issue of the Journal for examples.) Research communications are of three kinds: Research Letters, Research Articles, and Review Articles. Research Letters are shorter reports (normally no longer than 2 000 words of text), and should be up-to-date accounts, usually preliminary, of interesting and noteworthy scientific developments. Although these reports may be concerned with very particular advances, they should be of wider than specialist interest. Research Articles are longer papers (normally no more than 7 000 words in length). Here the criteria of intelligibility and wider interest are strictly applied. Review Articles (up to 6 000 words long) should be up-to-date surveys of important current developments in science. Preference is given to concise, reader-friendly submissions.

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