Submissions will be accepted as Abstract, Full Text and Poster formats. Submissions deadline is 12 August 2022, 17:00 (CET).

Abstract:

Title (bold, 12pt, Times New Roman, centred)
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First name Last name1, 2nd author, 3rd author (bold, 10 pt, centred, presenting author underlined; use superscript numbers to indicate institutional affiliation)
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1Affiliation (10pt, centred; in this order: Number (superscript), Department, Institution, City, Country)
Email: Presenting/Corresponding Author email
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Abstract (11pt, no indentation, left-justified, only species names in italic, in English, 350 words maximum, no references, no abbreviations)

 

                Full Text:

Title (bold, 12pt, Times New Roman, centred)
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First name Last name1, 2nd author, 3rd author (bold, 10 pt, centred, presenting author underlined; use superscript numbers to indicate institutional affiliation)
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1Affiliation (10pt, centred; in this order: Number (superscript), Department, Institution, City, Country)
Email: Presenting/Corresponding Author email
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  • A regular full paper is limited to 4 pages.
  • The main text should be structured in the following sequence: Title, Authors, Abstract, Keywords, Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, Discussion, Acknowledgements, References, Figures, and Tables.
  • Figure(s) and Table(s) and numbered, and along with captions they should be embedded in the manuscript after References section (Please avoid the use of tables and figures as much as possible due to the limited number of pages).
  • All quoted literature must be listed, and all listed literature must be quoted. References should be kept to an essential minimum and must be listed in the Reference list, in alphabetical order, and then chronologically. Authors should use APA 6 referencing and citation styles in the text.

                Poster:

  • Posters should be prepared in pdf format. Title (not smaller than 16pt, bold), main text (not smaller than 12pt).
  • Figure(s) and Table(s) should be in as higher resolution as possible.
  • Posters will not presented as printed copies, will be presented in speed talks with short presentations (we suggest 3-4 power point slides (or any other computer program) would be suitable for 5 min presentation).

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