All papers must be written according to the Microsoft Word template which can be found here: Microsoft Word template - Formatting rules (.doc)

All papers will be written in English.

Paper size: A4 (21 x 29.7 cm).

Page settings: top 2.5 cm, bottom 2.5 cm, left 2.5 cm, right 2.5 cm, header and footer 1.25 cm.

Title: bold, TNR,11p,centred. After title follows single space.

Names of the authors: First name, SURNAME (all caps), TNR 10 p bold, aligned to the right followed by a single space.

Institution: bold italic, 9 p aligned to the right. Address and e-mail of the corresponding author, bold italic, 9 p aligned to the right, followed by a single space.

Abstract: in one column. The word “Abstract” is written in bold-italic 10 p followed by the text also in 10p italics.

“Keywords”: TNR 9 p bold-italic, and the key: 9p. italic.

The paper must contain the following chapters: INTRODUCTION, MATERIAL AND METHODS, RESULTS AND DISCUSSION, CONCLUSIONS.

The titles of these chapters are written in TNR 10p, bold Capital letters, aligned to the left, indentation 1.25 cm.

The text is written in TNR 10 p, normal, paragraph 1.25 cm. No spacing between each title and the text. Between the chapters, the spacing is 10p.

Bibliography: The authors are written in “Lowercase” in throughout the document, minimum recent 15 articles. The text is written in TNR 10p, normal, The references are alphabetical order, numbered.

“Table” is written in TNR 9p, centred, bold. The title of the table is written in TNR 9p, centred, bold. The content of the table is written in TNR 9p or 8p depending on the case.

The titles of the graphs or images are written beneath in TNR 9p, normal, bold.

Scientific Latin names: italics. No underlining!

After Conclusions you can mention the project that supports the paper.

Line Spacing: “single” throughout the document.

These sections should appear in all articles:

Title: the title of your manuscript should be concise, specific and relevant.

 Author List and Affiliations: authors' full first and last names must be provided. The initials of any middle names can be added. At least one author should be designated as corresponding author, and his or her email address and other details should be included.

Abstract: The abstract should be an objective representation of the article. Te abstract should be clear and concise. Abstract should be structured in: the aim of the paper, material and metods, results, conclusion.

Keywords: pertinent keywords need to be added after the abstract, and are specific to the article.

Introduction: the introduction should briefly place the study in a broad context and highlight why it is important. It should define the purpose of the work and its significance, including specific hypotheses being tested. The current state of the research field should be reviewed carefully and key publications cited.

Materials and Methods: they should be described with sufficient detail to allow others to replicate and build on published results. New methods and protocols should be described in detail while well-established methods can be briefly described and appropriately cited. The authors should report enough details of the experimental design and statistical analyses so that an independent researcher could reproduce their research.

Results and Discussion: provide a concise and precise description of the experimental results, their interpretation as well as the experimental conclusions that can be drawn. Authors should discuss the results and how they can be interpreted in perspective of previous studies and of the working hypotheses. The findings and their implications should be discussed in the broadest context possible and limitations of the work highlighted. Future research directions may also be mentioned.

Conclusions: the conclusions should be presented in a short conclusions section and do not include citations.

 Acknowledgments: all sources of funding of the study should be disclosed.

Bibliography: in text bibliography is the family name and year of publication (Abcdef, year / Abcdef and Abcdef, year or Abcdef et al., year).

Journal Articles:
1. Author 1; Author 2; ... Author n - Title of the article. Journal Name, year, volume, page range.

Books and Book Chapters:
2. Author 1; Author 2; ... Author n - Book Title. Publisher: Publisher Location, Country, year; pp.


Conference Proceedings:
3. Author 1; Author 2; ... Author n - Title of Presentation. Proceedings of the Name of the Conference, Location of Conference, Country, Date of Conference. Publisher: City, Country, Year (if available).

Thesis:
4. Author. Title of Thesis. University, Location of University, Date of Completion.

Websites:
5. Title of Site. Available online: URL (accessed on Day Month Year).

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Authors warrant that the article is original, does not infringe on any copyright or proprietary right of any third party, is not under consideration by another journal, and has not been previously published.

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Peer review process

 Paper’s evaluation is performed to at least 1 specialized scientific referent.

  • After the review process, the authors will receive a note with possible comments.
  • The review process will be communicated to the corresponding author.
  • The authors are obligated to make changes to the content of the works, according to the scientific reference requirements.
  • The editorial board decides on the acceptance of the works for publication.
  • The editor communicate decisions to the authors regarding the following:
  • Accept in present form: the paper is accepted without any further changes.
  • Accept after minor revisions: the paper is in principle accepted after revision based on the reviewer’s comments.
  • Reconsider after major revisions: the acceptance of the manuscript would depend on the revisions. The author needs to provide a point by point response or provide a rebuttal if some of the reviewer’s comments cannot be revised. Authors will be asked to resubmit the revised paper.
  • Reject and encourage resubmission: an article where additional experiments are needed to support the conclusions will be rejected and the authors will be encouraged to re-submit the paper once further experiments have been conducted.
  • Reject: the article has serious flaws, makes no original contribution, and the paper is rejected with no offer of resubmission to the journal.

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