Recommendations for authors who wish to prepare their work, scientific article, manuscript or research for publication in international journals. Preparation in accordance with the standards adopted in the international system of scientific publications and includes proofreading by native speakers, proofreading and editing of a scientific article.
In the Methods
sections, submissions reporting cellular studies must state their origin. The introduction should state which methods were chosen for the study. In the section, you must fully describe the experimental design or research
process in such a way that any competent reader can reproduce your results.
If previously unpublished cell
lines were used, including those from another laboratory, details of institutional review board or ethics committee approval must be provided, and written informed consent
must be provided if the line is of human origin.
Experimental research on plants, including the collection of plant material, must comply with institutional, national or international regulations and the Convention on the Biological Diversity of Endangered Wild Fauna and Flora.
For each submitted manuscript, supporting genetic and lineage information must be provided. For studies involving rare plants, specimens must be available at a herbarium or museum. Data may be requested by future researchers to verify the identity of the material used in the study. They should include details of the populations selected at the place of collection, the date of collection, and document the plant part(s) used in the study. For rare, endangered, or endangered species, this may be waived, but the author
needs to describe this in a cover letter.
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