First and foremost, my thanks go to my workshop participants and University students of the past 10 years, without whom this book would not have been written. Their active participation, questioning, and challenging of issues during workshops encouraged me to put into print the most important aspects of scientific writing.
I am most grateful to my colleagues whose input greatly helped to shape the contents of this book. A very special "thank you" goes to my favorite linguist, Seraina Clark-Wuthrich, who contributed substantially to the groundwork and structuring of this book and never tired of commenting on the various stages of the manuscript.
Finally, I gratefully acknowledge the astuteness and competence of my proofreaders, namely Kathleen A. Bucher, BioConsult GmbH, and Thomas C. Brown, and the patience of my husband and son.
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