Cluj Veterinary Journal is an international journal of veterinary research that publishes original papers and reviews on all aspects of veterinary science. Contributions reporting investigative work in the scientific disciplines involving veterinary species are particularly welcome. The Editors will be pleased to consider suggestions for Special Issues on subjects of topical importance.
For online submission, papers will be sent at firstname.lastname@example.org
for the elaboration of the papers for
CLUJ VETERINARY JOURNAL
Print ISSN 2066-9399
The papers will be elaborated only in English with Word text editor (minimum 6.0 version) double spaced and the rows must be numbered in A4 format, 21 cm wide and 29.7 high.
Page setup (File/Page Setup) will be done with the margins (Margins): top 3.5 cm; bottom 2.5 cm; left 2.5 cm; right 2.5 cm. The final text form will comprise:
Introduction. The Introduction should explain the purpose of the work that was done and give the background needed to understand the study.
Materials and methods. In Materials and methods give enough information to indicate how the research was conducted. Well-known tests or procedures should be cited but not described in detail. Describe any controls and the statistical procedures. Methods papers should be detailed enough to permit replication of the work. For manuscripts submitted from biomedical areas methods should include information about the: study design (randomized controlled trial, case series, etc.); selection and description of participants, including the number of study subjects. Avoid the names of the commercial products, instead stated clearly the active ingredient, chemical formula or purity.
Results and discussions. The Results section contains the results of research given in detail, with tables and figures as needed. The Discussion section should not contain a repeat of the results, but should explain the meaning of the findings and places the results in the context of other studies and concepts. Please provide reviews in support and contradiction of your results. There should be at least 10-20 relevant reviews, in order to compare the results with other researchers. Please also explain how the results relate to previous findings, whether in support, contradiction, or simply as added data. The scientific denominations (genus, species etc.) will be typed in italics. The name of the cultivars will be enclosed in single quotation marks.
Conclusions. State only conclusions that are directly supported by the evidence and the implications of the findings in one-paragraph.
Acknowledgement. Quick thanks should be mention only to the fund providers or supporters.
The References should be typed after a one row space and will comprise only the quoted authors, in alphabetical and chronological order. The first author will have his surname followed by the initial(s) of their first name, and the other authors will have the same. All authors of a reference must be listed. Following the name(s) of the author(s), give the year of publication, in parentheses. Titles should be lowercase except for the first word, proper names, or certain foreign-language conventions. Translate foreign titles into English and this titles should carry a parenthetical note [e.g., “(in Russian)”]. Do not italicize publication titles. Give the volume number in Arabic numerals, followed by the issue number (if available) in Arabic numerals in parentheses. The pagination of the publication follows, connected to the volume number and/or issue number by a colon, and all closed up (no spaces): 96(5):645-648.
All the references in the bibliographic list must correspond to in-text references and vice versa.
Specific examples of citations:BOOK
Abbot MC (1997). Introduction in Molecular Cell Biology. 4th ed. Academic Press, San Diego.BOOK CHAPTER
Bolder AG (1995). Apples, p. 3-37. In: Janick J and Moore JN (Eds.). Advances in fruit breeding. California Univ. Press, West Lafayette, Indiana.PERIODICAL
Clitherow G, Duffield B, Clarck J (1991). Managing plant diseases through milk: an innovative approach. J Amer Soc Hort Sci 96:645-648.JOURNAL ARTICLES
Hertog MGL, Hollman PCH, Katan MB (1992). Content of potentially anticarcinogenic flavonoids in different vegetables and fruits commonly consumed in the Netherlands. J Agric Food Chem 40:2379-2383.PROCEEDINGS PAPER
Randell CJ, Morris DA, Tayler PL (2000). Advances in watermelon fertility. Proc Trop Reg Amer Soc Hort Sci 14:223-231.REPORTS
Germany. Department of Agriculture (1999). Agricultural statistics for 1998. Germany Dept. Agr., München.THESIS OR DISSERTATION
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