Guidelines for presenting manuscripts:
INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS
Scientific articles with the following characteristics are published:
1.-Originality: The work to be sent must be original and current that guarantees appointments in the next 24 months after its publication; the authors will send a letter of originality of the data signed in the format of the journal by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The articles that the software of originality and anti-plagiarism detects plagiarism will be rejected and those articles that are on the web too, including in congresses.
2- Language: in English and Spanish. All articles will be published in English at no additional cost.
3- Type of works: original articles, technological developments, education policies, case studies, clinical cases, bibliographic reviews.
4- Knowledge area with the following themes: animal, veterinary, animal husbandry, livestock, veterinary medicine, animal production, wild animals, aquatic animals.
5.- Extension: 5 to 15 pages.
6.- Original articles must have a title (maximum 14 words), abstract (including objective, methodology, results, conclusion, but not mentioning the sections, maximum 200 words) and keywords in Spanish and English; six authors maximum, write the two surnames together with script and a single name, at the end of this indicate with a superscript the place of work (in its original language), also note the email and ORCID logo hyperlinked with the link of each author; with the corresponding author and correspondent author, place of work (in its original language), postal address and electronic mail, with Arial 10. Immediately afterwards introduction, material and methods, results and discussion, conclusion, literature quoted and acknowledgments.
Actividad antihelmíntica de la vaina de Leucaena leucocephala sobre nematodos gastrointestinales de ovinos (in vitro)
Anthelmintic activity of Leucaena leucocephala pod on gastrointestinal nematodes of sheep (in vitro)
Rivero-Perez Nallely1* email@example.com, Agapito Jaramillo Colmenero2 firstname.lastname@example.org, Peláez-Acero Armando1 email@example.com, Rivas-Jacobo Marco2 firstname.lastname@example.org, Ballesteros-Rodea Gilberto2 email@example.com, Zaragoza-Bastida Adrián1** firstname.lastname@example.org
1Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo, Instituto de Ciencias Agropecuarias, Área Académica de Medicina Veterinaria y Zootecnia, México. 2Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí, Facultad de Agronomía y Veterinaria, México. *Autor responsable: Rivero-Perez Nallely. **Autor de correspondencia: Zaragoza-Bastida Adrián, Rancho Universitario Av. Universidad km 1, A.P. 32 CP.43600. 01771717 2000 ext. 2440. Ex-Hda. de Aquetzalpa, Hidalgo, México.
7- Literature reviews case studies, clinical cases, technological developments and educational policies. They must have a title (maximum 14 words), abstract (including all the sections of the article, but not mentioning the sections, maximum 200 words) and keywords in Spanish and English; six authors maximum, write the two surnames together with script and a single name, at the end of this indicate with a superscript the place of work, also note the email and ORCID logo hyperlinked with the link of each author; indicate the responsible author and the correspondent author, place of work, postal address and electronic mail, with Arial 10. Then introduction, sections corresponding to the development of the subject in question, conclusion and literature cited.
8.- The articles must be sent in electronic file in Word 2013 or more recent format, in a letter-sized sheet in vertical orientation and with margins of 2.5 cm per side. The font will be Arial 12, black color, paragraph justified, 1.15 spacing, and no spaces between paragraphs. Titles centered on sentence type and in bold type.
9.- The file should be sent to the journal's mail email@example.com
10.- Literature cited will be 80 % no more than 10 years old. Write it alphabetically according to the examples; also include the e-mail address at the end. Include your standardized numbering (ISSN, DOI), in case of books (ISBN) as well as patents and legislation. There should be no citation in the text without reference or references without quotes in the text. Authors should cite in the text of the following form: surname or institution comma year and in brackets. Ex (Cervantes, 2016), in the case of more than two authors (Fernández et al., 2010), in the case of two authors (Abdelhadi and Santini, 2006), in the case of a corporate, it should be abbreviated, Ex (SAGARPA, 2014). Authors cited with more than one publication in the same year, should be differentiated with letters "a", "b" included in the year in superscript. In articles in journals with supplements in volume or number indicate it with suppl. In the books indicate the pages consulted. Include only the theses that are in an institutional repository and have a link. Do not cite articles in press, congresses, courses, conferences, newsletters, newspaper articles, interviews, internet or printed documents without author or organism, electronic documents not indexed in scientific databases, web pages (except certain statistical sites ), audio-visual documents, encyclopedias such as Wikipedia. The self-citations of both the author and the journal should not exceed 20 % of the literature consulted. In literature reviews at least they should have 50 citations. Examples of how to cite:
11.- Insert tables in Word (not as images) and that are editable, in black and white, without leaving the margins, in separate paragraphs. The title placed on the bottom, numbered with Arabic numeral, centered, in Arial 10 and bold and inside the Arial 8 table, with clear legends.
12.- Figures to insert them in Word, in black and white, without leaving the margins, in separate paragraphs of text and at least 300 pixels per inch. The title placed in the lower part, numbered with Arabic numeral, centered, in Arial 10 and bold and inside the figure Arial 8, with clear legends.
13.- The equations insert them with the editor of Word (not as images).
14.- It is recommended that your article, once published, be cited in other articles sent to this or another journal.
15.- To look for the DOI enter to http://www.Crossref.org/SimpleTextQuery/ it is necessary to register.
16.- To obtain your ORCID ID, go to https://orcid.org/register
Perform self-arbitration to your article.
Please evaluate the following items, placing Yes or No within the parentheses. You can leave in blank those that are not relevant.
1- The work is original ( ), important ( ) and transcendent ( ).
2- The work is preliminary ( ), superficial ( ) or inconclusive ( ).
3- The title is clear ( ).
4- The summary contains introduction, objective, methods, results and conclusions ( ).
5- The introduction ( ), the approach of the problem ( ) and objective ( ) are clearly exposed.
6- The methodology is clear ( ).
7- The results data are congruent ( ) and are presented in an appropriate way in Tables and Figures ( ).
8- The information presented in Results comes from data analyzed by appropriate statistical methods ( ).
9- The results are adequately discussed ( ) and confronted with updated references of other authors pertinent to the topic ( ).
10.- There are Tables or Figures that must be eliminated or changed ( ).
11.- There are errors of calculation ( ), interpretation ( ) or omission ( ).
12.- The discussion should be enriched ( ); it is a repetition of results ( ).
13.- The Conclusions are supported by direct results of the research developed ( ).
14.- The references mentioned in the text agree with those listed in the Bibliography ( ), all are pertinent to the topic ( ) and have the format of the journal ().
15.- There are sections or paragraphs that must be eliminated or reduced ().
16.- The wording, in general, should improve ( ).
17.- There are references (such as articles in print media, congresses, courses, conferences, bulletins, newspaper articles, interviews, internet or printed documents without author or organism, electronic documents not indexed in the scientific databases, web pages (except for certain statistical sites), audiovisual documents, encyclopedias such as Wikipedia) that must be eliminated ( ).
18.- In the text, additional observations that illustrate the author about the changes they must carry out are recorded ( ).
For the foregoing, my OPINION is as follows:
Accepted as is _________
Accepted, with minor modifications___________
Conditioned, with major modifications ___________
It must be rejected________
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