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Biological Conventions v 0.9
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This package aids the typesetting of biological species names, and of taxa 
below the species level. It is quite configurable. For the future also names of 
genes and their products are planned.

This package is designed for LaTeX2e.

WARNING: THIS VERSION IS NOT COMPLETELY BACKWARD COMPATIBLE WITH THE VERSION 
PRIOR TO AUGUST 2001.
You should use the file biocon-old.sty for documents prior to this date.

See the manual for how to use this package.
See the INSTALL file for information how to install this package.
See the COPYING file for licensing information.

Files

Name Size Date Notes
COPYING 792 2001-08-18 11:09:20
INSTALL 783 2001-08-18 11:09:21
README 626 2001-08-18 11:09:21
biocon-old.sty 4529 2001-08-18 11:09:12
biocon.nw 17059 2001-08-18 11:09:20
biocon.sty 5603 2001-08-18 11:08:57
literature.bib 1356 2001-08-18 11:09:12
manual-old.pdf 126695 2001-08-18 11:09:19
manual-old.tex 7109 2001-08-18 11:09:13
manual.pdf 144300 2001-08-18 11:09:04
manual.tex 9059 2001-08-18 11:08:58
source.pdf 135415 2001-08-18 11:09:11
source.tex 23396 2001-08-18 11:09:05

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bio­con – Type­set­ting bi­o­log­i­cal species names

The bio­con—bi­o­log­i­cal con­ven­tions—pack­age aids the type­set­ting of some bi­o­log­i­cal con­ven­tions.

At the mo­ment, it makes a good job of type­set­ting species names (and ranks be­low the species level). A dis­tinc­tion is made be­tween the Plant, Fungi, An­i­malia and Bac­te­ria king­doms. There are de­fault set­tings for the way species names are type­set, but they can be cus­tomized. Dif­fer­ent de­fault styles are used in dif­fer­ent sit­u­a­tions.

Doc­u­men­ta­tion
Li­censeGNU Gen­eral Public Li­cense
Main­tainerPi­eter Edel­man
Con­tained inTeXlive as bio­con
MikTeX as bio­con
Topics type­set bi­o­log­i­cal data
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