21 jan. Modelo de Artigo baseado na ABNT BA. Biblioteca Atualiza. Updated Estrutura de Artigo baseado. na ABNT NBR Pós-textuais. Conforme a ABNT NBR , o resumo no idioma do documento é elemento obrigatório. Constituído de uma sequência de frases concisas e objetivas e. Considerações finais De acordo com a ABNT-NBR é a parte final do artigo na qual se faz referência às conclusões correspondentes aos. Continue to.

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The Editor-in-chief and assistant scientific editors may make suggestions or request changes to the manuscript but the authors are 0622 exclusively responsible for the entire text content. Authors are required to send a signed cover letter certifying the entire manuscript is an original unpublished article, except for the Abstract s which may have been presented in scientific gatherings.

The following guidelines should be followed in the manuscript preparation: All manuscripts should be typed in Times New Roman font, size 12, page setup with 2. All pages should be numbered.

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Full Articles should have a maximum of 15 pages and Research Notes should have a maximum of 5 pages. All tables and illustrations should be presented separately from the main text body and attached to the final manuscript without captions. The related captions should be included in the text after the References.

Manuscripts can be written in Portuguese, Spanish or English. Always use concise impersonal language. Footnotes should be placed at the bottom of the applicable page and numbered with Arabic numerals in an ascending order.

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Acronyms and abbreviations of institution names should come between parentheses and their full names should be spelled out in the preceding text. Full Articles should be structured as follows: Research Notes should follow the same structure as described above but they can be presented as a continuous stream of body text with no need to include headings.

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Description of each item of the sbnt Original title: The “full” title and subtitle if any should be presented in the same language of the article and should not exceed 15 words. The title should not include any abbreviations or species names and Latin words should be italicized.

The same should apply to all other authors. Laboratory, Department, College or School, Institute, University, in this exact order, and the author’s current e-mail. The author’s affiliation should be followed by the article’s reference according 602 ABNT guidelines for full articles. References of abstracts presented in conferences abht scientific meetings will not be accept. It should not exceed words structured in a single paragraph, with no indentations, written in the article’s original language.

It should not include references, acronyms or abbreviations.

It should be informative and present the objectives, a brief description of methods, the main results, and a conclusion. All manuscripts written in English should have a Portuguese abstract plus keywords. Reference word s of the document’s content, preferably extracted from a controlled glossary.

They should come immediately after the Abstract in the original language of the text, preceded by the expression that designates them. It should be written in English language structured in a single paragraph, with no indentations, and come right after keywords. It should be a consistent translation of the abstract plus keywords.

Keywords should precisely express the manuscript content. They are limited to no more than 5 five. A clear and concise explanation of the issue, including the study relevance and objectives and limiting citations to a minimum. A concise description including core information for the understanding and reproduction of the study. Well-established methods and techniques should be only cited and referenced.

Studies submitted to the approval of an Institutional Review Board should include a reporting paragraph in this section. They should be accompanied by self-explanatory tables, figures or other illustrations as needed. The content of this section should be informative rather than interpretative.


It should present study results only and its content should be interpretative. It can be presented as part of the text or together with results and conclusions. Its format should include horizontal lines for separating the table heading and the last row. The heading is preceded by the word Table followed by a sequential Arabic numeral.

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Headings should be concise and descriptive and placed above the tables. The number of tables in the manuscript should be limited to a minimum, and authors should always bear in mind that large tables are hard to follow. All information avnt be typed in lower case, except for acronyms, double line spacing, abntt delivered in separate files. Figures are illustrations such as drawings, anbt, boards, charts, flow charts, and diagrams. They should have good quality and be sequentially numbered.

All headings should be preceded by the word Figure numbered with Arabic numerals and places below the figure. List all numbered headings with their related symbols and standard signs in a separate file using double spacing.

Illustrations should be limited to a minimum. Digital pictures should be sent in separate files. The authors can choose to add the conclusions as part of the Discussion or Results and Discussion section. In this case, a separate conclusion section is required. Limited to a minimum as needed.

Gastrointestinal parasites of urban dogs in Perth, Western Australia. Veterinary Journalv. All manuscripts should be sent to: All the content of the journal, except where otherwise noted, is licensed under a Creative Commons License.