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Presentation Preparation Guide

VETEXPO 2019 presentations will be accepted as oral and poster presentation.

Abstracts must be prepared in English.

Original research, case reports and retrospective studies can be sent as papers.

All abstracts and papers will be subjected to peer-review process, coordinated by the Scientific Committee and if accepted, related notification and acceptance letter will be sent via e-mail.

If animals are used in the study, the author (s) must get ethics committee approval stated with committee name and approval date.

Please note that the Scientific Committee reserves the right to change submissions for oral presentations to posters

The official languages of the Congress are Turkish and English.

At least one of the authors of the accepted papers is required to submit registration for the congress.

Last call for abstracts / Final submission date of the abstracts 16 August 2019

There cannot be any changes on submitted manuscripts.

Poster Preparation Rules

Posters should be prepared in 90x120 cm format and should be suitable for digital media.

Author Guidelines

Rules to be followed in the preparation of abstracts

Abstract should not exceed 300 words in research and review articles. In case reports, the abstract should not exceed 150 words. Abstracts should be typed double-spaced, using Times New Roman font at 12 points and should be prepared in Word format. The abstract must summarize the aim, methods, results and conclusions of the study. A maximum of 5 keywords should be written below the abstract.

*The authors are responsible for the content and the language quality of the abstract.

Rules to be followed in the preparation of full papers

All papers must be prepared in English. Papers should be typed double-spaced, using Times New Roman font at 12 points. Papers should be prepared in Word format. Research articles should be composed of Abstract, Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, Discussion, Conclusion and References. Case reports should consist of Abstract, Introduction, Case Presentation, Discussion and References sections. Review articles should consist of Abstract, Introduction, Conclusion and References sections.

General guidelines

Manuscripts should be typed double-spaced, with lines and pages numbered consecutively, using Times New Roman font at 12 points. Manuscripts should be prepared in Word format. Research articles and short communications should be composed of Abstract, Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, Discussion, Conclusion and References. Case reports should consist of Abstract, Introduction, Case Presentation, Discussion and References sections. Review articles should consist of Abstract, Introduction, Conclusion and References sections.

Abstract

The abstract should not exceed 300 words in research and review articles. In case reports, the abstract should not exceed 150 words. The abstract must summarize the major objectives, methods, results and conclusions of the study. In case reports these sections are not needed. In letters to editor no abstract is needed. The use of abbreviations in abstract should be avoided. However, if abbreviations should be used, the abbreviation should be given in parenthesis after the first use of the original words.


Keywords

Keywords should be given just after the abstract. It should consist of maximum 5 words or phrases relevant to the study, which are not used in the title. Keywords should be written as follows; Keywords: laying hens, bone, foot health, perching, cage type.


Introduction

Introduction section should explain the background to the study, a summary of the recent literature and why this study was necessary. In addition, at the end of this section, the purpose of the study should be clearly stated as a separate paragraph.


Materials and methods

In materials and methods section sufficient information for the researcher to be able to repeat the work should be given. Number, age, sex, breed or strain of animals used in the study must be specified. The scientific name of the plants and animals should be given, except commonly used laboratory and domesticated animals such as rat, chickens, dogs or goat. All sources of products or equipment used in the experiments must be specified. Corporation name, city and country must be given parenthetically at first mention in text. International System of Unites (SI) should be used wherever appropriate. The Statistical methods used should be given in detail. If an animal is used in the study, it must be specified in this section where animal care guidelines are followed. This section may be divided by subheadings such as animals and feeding, experimental design, blood and tissue collection, chemical analyses, statistical analyses etc.


Results

This section should include results of the experiments. It can be supported with figures, graphics or tables. Statistically significant points should be emphasized.

Tables

Each table should be presented on a separate page with a self-explanatory title. Tables should be specified consecutively as Table 1, Table 2. etc. If abbreviations are used in tables, the open statement should be given in the footnote and in alphabetical order. For example; ASD = atrial septal defect; PS = pulmonary stenos; VSD = ventricular septal defect.

Figures

Each figure should be presented on a separate page with a self-explanatory caption, and should be referred to consecutively in the text as Figure 1, Figure 2 etc. The captions should be placed below the figure. If abbreviations are used, the open form of those abbreviations should be written in alphabetical order under the figure. In microscopically pictures, a scale bars with appropriate units must be provided. Written permission must be obtained from the rights holder in order to use photographs, illustrations or graphics from another source. All pictures and drawings should be prepared in JPEG format.


Discussion

The data should be interpreted concisely without repeating results already presented in the results section. Authors may speculate while discussing the data but should not go beyond obtained results.


Conclusions

This section should state clearly the main conclusions of the study and the contribution to the field should be emphasized.


Acknowledgments

In this section, author (s) may acknowledge individuals or organizations that provided any support to the study.

References

References must be written in accordance with the American Psychological Association (APA) format.

Citation in text

References are cited by the name(s) of author(s) and the year of publication.

For single author Nicol (1987) or (Nicol, 2015)

For two authors Newman and Leeson (2016) or (Newman and Leeson, 2016)

For three or more authors Akira et al. (2001) or (Akira et al., 2001)

When multiple references are cited, it should be written by chronological order using semicolons: (Hugs et al., 2003; Carter and Mills, 2014; Lutz, 2016). Multiple references from the same author(s) should be written as follows: Johnson et al. (2007 and 2009), Johnson et al. (2015a and 2015b).

Presentation in the references list

The references should be written double-spaced in a separate page. Literature cited should be listed in alphabetical order by authors’ surname.

Journal

Author Surname, First Initial. Second Initial. (Year). Article title. Journal title, Volume (Issue), pp.-pp.

Erf, G. F. (2004). Cell-mediated immunity in poultry. Poultry Science, 83 (4), 580-590.

Jung, K., & Saif, L. J. (2017). Goblet cell depletion in small intestinal villous and crypt epithelium of conventional nursing and weaned pigs infected with porcine epidemic diarrhea virus. Research in Veterinary Science, 110, 12-15.

Padunglerk, A., Prasanpanich, S. & Kongmun P. (2017). Use of monosodium glutamate by-product in cow diet on performance of lactating dairy cows. Animal Science Journal, 88(1), 86–93.

Book

Author Surname, First Initial. Second Initial. (Year) The name of the book. City, State: Publisher.

Abbas, A. K., Lichtman, A. H., & Pober, J. S. (2000). Cellular and molecular immunology 4th ed. Philadelphia, US: W. B. Saunders.

National Research Council (1994). Nutrient requirements of poultry 9th rev. ed., Washington, US: National Academic Press.

Chapter in book

Author Surname, First Initial. Second Initial. (Year). Title of chapter. In First Initial. Second Initial. Surname of the Editor (Ed.), Title of book, (pp. Pages).City, State: Publisher.

Lappin, M. R., & Turnwald, G. H., (2004). Microbiology and infectious disease. In M. D. Willard, D. C. Twedt (Ed). Small animal clinical diagnosis by laboratory methods 4th ed. (pp. 332-356). St Louis, US: W.B. Saunders.

Online book (E Book)

Citing with DOI number

Author Surname, First Initial. Second Initial. & Author Surname, First Initial. Second Initial. (Year) The name of the book, DOI:10.xxxx/xxxx

Perez-Marin, C. C. (2012). A Bird's-eye view of veterinary medicine, DOI: 10.5772/31960

Citing with URL

Author Surname, First Initial. Second Initial. & Author Surname, First Initial. Second Initial. (Year) The name of the book. Retrieved from Link

Perez-Marin C. C. (2012). A Bird's-eye view of veterinary medicine,

Retrieved from http://www.intechopen.com/books/a-bird-s-eye-view-of-veterinary-medicine

Chapter in online book (E book)

Citing with DOI number

Author Surname, First Initial. Second Initial. (Year). Title of chapter. In First Initial. Second Initial. Surname of Editor (Ed.), Title of book, (pp. Pages). DOI: 10.xxxx/xxxx

Perez-Marin, C. C. (2012). A Bird's-eye view of veterinary medicine, DOI: 10.5772/31960

Citing with URL

Author Surname, First Initial. Second Initial. (Year). Title of chapter. In First Initial. Second Initial. Surname the Editor (Ed.), Title of book, (pp. Pages).Retrieved from Link

Perez-Marin C. C. (2012). A Bird's-eye view of veterinary medicine,

Retrieved from http://www.intechopen.com/books/a-bird-s-eye-view-of-veterinary-medicine

Web site

Author Surname, First Initial. Second Initial. (Year, Month Date of publication). Article title. Retrieved from URL

Clements, M. (2010, December 4). Enriching free range chickens and reducing feather pecking. Retrieved from http://www.wattagnet.com/articles/7033-enriching-free-range-chickens-and-reducing-feather-pecking

Congress / Conferences

Unpublished Conference Paper

Author Surname, First Initial. Second Initial. (Year, Month date). Title of paper, Paper presented at Name of Conference, City, State.

Marchioro, T., Salvano, A. O., & Bohm, A. (2016, September 27-30). Canine heartworm disease (Dirofilaria immitis) in Spain. Paper presented at the 21st World Small Animal Congress. Istanbul, Turkey.

Published Conference Paper

Author Surname, First Initial. Second Initial. (Year). Conference paper title. In Editor First Initial. Editor Surname (Ed.), Proceedings Book Title (pp. page range of paper). Place of Publication: Publisher.

Kelly, S., & Murray, T. (2004). Common Cancers in Small Animals. In R. Balkan (Ed), New Advance in Veterinary Oncology (pp. 52-58). Istanbul, Turkey: Metropole Press.

Thesis

Arthur, A. R. (2016). The role of cytokines in the immune system. PhD thesis, University of Washington, Seattle, US.