尾揭交獻

English translation: in the journal(s) listed in the reference section at the end

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Japanese term or phrase:尾揭文獻
English translation:in the journal(s) listed in the reference section at the end
Entered by: Aleksandra Muraviova

08:20 May 9, 2017
Japanese to English translations [PRO]
Science - Zoology
Japanese term or phrase: 尾揭交獻
The text is a scientific article on fish species written in 1936, so there are a lot of old kanjis which have become obsolete or simplified later. I would appreciate any help with the term in question.
The sentence looks as follows:
山田教授は尾揭交獻(1)で、A及びBを記載し、(2)でCを述べました。
(1) and (2) here refer to papers/articles written by the mentioned prof. Yamada, which were used as sources for the text I'm working on, so it seems to me that 尾揭交獻 might refer to the type of scientific paper or its part.
Aleksandra Muraviova
Russian Federation
Local time: 02:01
in the journal(s) listed in the reference section at the end
Explanation:
尾掲 means "written at the end".
交 is a typo for 文 (they look similar) and 獻 is a traditional kanji for 献。
So, the whole term means 末尾の参考文献リスト.
"... in the journal(s) listed in the reference section at the end".
The papers appeared in the journals.
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in the journal(s) listed in the reference section at the end


Explanation:
尾掲 means "written at the end".
交 is a typo for 文 (they look similar) and 獻 is a traditional kanji for 献。
So, the whole term means 末尾の参考文献リスト.
"... in the journal(s) listed in the reference section at the end".
The papers appeared in the journals.


Port City
New Zealand
Native speaker of: Native in JapaneseJapanese
PRO pts in category: 4
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Thank you, this helped a lot!

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