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Articles/issues published from 2011 to 2021
Issues/articles published from 2009 to 2011
Issues/articles published from 1998 to 2003
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Screening of plagiarism
All manuscripts are checked by the Crossref service Similarity Check (iThenticate software).
Charges & Fees
Articles are published without article submission and article processing charges. For end-users are published papers free of charge.
Peer review policy
Editorial evaluation: first step, submitted manuscripts are assessed from the formal / technical points of view (comply with the editorial requirements, resp. guidelines for authors, main aims and scopes and policies) and from the point of view of plagiarism. Manuscripts which are not comply with editorial requirements will be returned for technical corrections. In case general/base incompliance of article with requirements will be rejected, rejected will be also articles with critical similarity score. When the technical/formal evaluation is completed, the manuscript proceeds to the stage of scientific evaluation.
Evaluation from the point of view of scientific quality is provided by the executive editors of subject/thematic sections. Based on the result of the preliminary evaluation from the point of view of scientific quality, the manuscript is either rejected, returned for corrections or moved to the review process. If the requested changes are made, the text returns to the executive editors. When the scientific evaluation is completed manuscript, the peer-review process is following.
The Acta fytotechnica et zootechnica peer-review model: blind review, two independent reviewers. If necessary (in case there are any differencies between review reports) a third reviewer will be invited. The results of reviewing can be acceptance, acceptance with minor or major modifications or rejected. Once the requested changes/corrections are made, the text returns to the executive editors.
Post peer-review process
Editing and preparing accepted manuscripts for publication. Online publishing.
eISSN 1336-9245 / pISSN 1335-258X (until to 2013)
Journal website: http://www.acta.fapz.uniag.sk
Journal periodicity: 4 issues per year
Abbreviation: Acta fytotechn zootechn
Faculty of Agrobiology and Food Resources, Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra