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Subscriptions WPSJ for Organizations, libraries and non-members
Cambridge University Press and CABI are pleased to announce the acquisition by Cambridge University Press of the CABI primary journals list, consisting of 15 titles either owned or published by CABI on behalf of various Learned Societies including the on-line version of the World’s Poultry Science Journal. The CABI list expands and complements Cambridge University Press’s existing journals portfolio of over 200 academic and professional journals and significantly builds its collection in the life sciences.
Cambridge will continue to publish the CABI list with current editors and Societies with effect from 1st July 2006.
For subscription rates see the Cambridge University website.
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Phone: +1 845 353 7500, Fax: +1 845 353 4141
or you may phone order direct (toll free) on 1-800-872-7423.
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World's Poultry Science Journal - Digital Archive
Access from the first issue in 1945 until 2003 online - a total of 240 issues!
Volumes 1 - 59 of World's Poultry Science Journal are now available on Cambridge Journals Online. The archive is fully searchable by keyword and author; abstracts can be saved and emailed, full text articles printed and bibliographic details exported into reference management software. Perpetual Access is available for a one-off fee of just £500/$995*.
For further information, or to purchase the WPSJ Digital Archive, please e-mail: .
*For those who do not subscribe to the current volume, there is an additional annual maintenance fee of £45/$85, payable from the second year of the deal.