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A list of plates must be included if plates are part of the manuscript. Plates are a special category consisting of pages of related figures, multiple photographs, or material that cannot be bound into the manuscript as part of the normal binding process. Following are the most common methods for including plates:
Printed as full-page 8 1/2" x 11" photographs on double-weight glossy paper (with a maximum image area of 6" x 9") preceded by a legend page;
Affixed to the required paper with a permanent spray mount adhesive;
Copied on archival-quality paper (not necessarily the required paper) to be placed in a pocket attached to the inside back cover of the manuscript at the bindery.
Plates must be referenced in the text by number. The plate pages follow the first reference. Since plates may be composed of multiple figures or parts, all parts of each plate may be addressed in any manner without further referencing once the plate is mentioned.