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动物学研究(英文版)(Zoological Research) (官网投稿)

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《动物学研究(英文版)》(双月刊)创刊于1980年,是由中国科学院昆明动物研究所、中国动物学会主办的动物学类学报级期刊。侧重报道进化、生态(含行为和保护)以及资源动物学研究成果。本刊2000年荣获中国科学院优秀期刊三等奖,2001年被新闻出版总署选入中国期刊方阵。被《中文核心期刊要目总览》列为动物学类核心期刊;在全国1534种科技期刊中排名第281位。先后被国内外多家知名检索刊物和数据库收录。还在美国、英国、加拿大、澳大利亚等11个国家...[显示全部]
本刊为:梯队期刊(2019), SCI期刊(2019), 科技核心(2020自然科学), CSCD核心(2021-2022), 知网收录, 目次收录(维普), 目次收录(万方), 超星收录,第一批认定学术期刊,
征稿信息

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1、投稿方式:在线投稿。

2、刊内网址:http://www.zoores.ac.cn/

3、刊内邮箱:zoores@mail.kiz.ac.cn

4、刊内电话:0871-65199026

5、出刊日期:双月刊,逢单月18日出版。

6、刊内微信公众号:ZoolRes

2021511日星期二

                                  

 

《动物学研究》征稿简则

官网信息】

 

1.  性质和办刊宗旨  本刊是国内外公开发行的动物学类学报级双月刊。以报道国内外动物学主要研究领域的最新成果、新进展、新技术和新方法为己任,为促进现代动物科学的发展,促进学术交流,为创新型国家的需求和经济建设服务。

所设栏目如下:

Article:能恰当地提出有一定理论意义的问题,回答问题的工作要相对系统,立论逻辑严密。

Report:阶段性研究进展报告;研究设计恰当,结果含统计概率信息,生物学意义基本明确,但理论背景和工作系统性次于研究论文;提供相对厚实的基础资料。

Letter to the editor:报道个别生物学意义还有待阐明的研究结果,信息量少于研究报告,不超过4个排版页,部分图和表可以作为补充材料放到本刊网站。

Review:选题要有新意;应结合文献扼要评述国内外学者在本领域的研究现状、进展和发展趋势;应结合作者的研究工作, 就该领域存在的问题和解决的途径提出自己的观点。

此外,还有和EditorialCommentary等栏目。

2.  本刊在研究实施和报道的伦理道德问题、发表论文相关的出版和编辑问题以及文稿准备与投稿的技术问题等方面遵循国际医学期刊编辑委员会(International Committee of Medical Journal Editors)制定的《生物医学期刊投稿的统一要求》(Uniform requirements for manuscripts submitted to biomedical journals)http://www.icmje.org)的基本原则。

3.  本刊采用网上投稿,网址:http://www.zoores.ac.cn;或者https://mc03.manuscriptcentral.com/zr

4.  稿件不得包含出版过、已投送或近期计划投送别处的内容。已录用的稿件,作者要签署著作权转移协议。引用出版物上的图、表,必须得到版权所有者的书面认可。

5.  正文各部分的形式和功能必须划分明确,具体要求如下:

5.1  Title须针对性强(specific)、富有信息(informative),即能反映文章核心内容;避免使用研究二字。

5.2  Abstract是全文的浓缩形式,包括目的、材料和方法(含研究设计)、最重要的结果和结论;综述则总结全文要点。文稿附关键词38条。

5.3  Introduction应通过相关文献的要点回顾,为下文的展开提供平台,提出明确的研究问题。如果研究对象或主题还未见报道,其近缘种的资料或研究主题所涉及的概念、理论可以用作铺垫,以提出具体的问题。引文要做到相关结果和作者的准确对应,避免空泛和无关文献罗列。

5.4  Materials and methods部分须给出可以重复的细节。室内若没有按随机数字表或发生程序选择动物,野外在时间或空间尺度上没有依一定规则取样以避免个人偏好的介入,免用随机”(randomness)二字;对实质上的随意”(haphazard)样本,统计学处理无效。

5.5  Results限于呈现本研究的内容,避免引文。图表是研究结果的主体,要能脱离正文存在且被理解。重要的实例,有与图表等效的用途,标引为个案(case)。正文文字能起到把读者的注意引向图表内容要点上去的作用即可。统计检验结果要列出可理解其内涵和效应的一组统计参数,不只是P值。

5.6  Discussion应对主要结果做出内涵或生物学意义分析;与前言引用的资料比较,以评价本工作的学术或实用意义;必要时为下一步工作提出建议。

5.7  References作者-出版年制标引和著录。

5.7.1  文献均按姓氏标引(中文用姓氏拼音):两作者记为(姓氏1 & 姓氏2,年代);多作者记为(姓氏 et al,年代);同姓作者同年出版的多篇文献以年代后加a,b等区分。

5.7.2  文后参考文献著录按首字母和西文、日文、俄文的顺序编排。中文文献英文著录后加(in Chinese)。只需列出前面6名作者,其后用“et al.”代替。

期刊文章:全部作者姓名.年份.题名.刊名,卷():起止页码.例如:Luan YX, Xie RD, Yin WY. 2002. Preliminary study on phylogeny of Diplura. Zoological Research, 23(2):149–154.

书:全部作者姓名.年份.书名.版本(1版除外).出版地:出版者. 例如:Gwinner A. 1990. Bird Migration: Physiology and Ecophysiology. Berlin: Springer.

书中一章()或论文集:全部作者姓名.年份.题名.全部编者(特殊情况例外). 见:书名.出版地:出版者.起止页码. 例如:Jiang ZG. 1999. Real time recording of ethological data. In: China Zoological Society. Zoological Studies inChina. Beijing: Chinese Forestry Publishing House702–707.

学位论文:作者姓名.年份.题名.学位论文类别,研究生培养单位.例如:Kirkpatrick RC. 1996. Ecology and Behavior of the Yunnan Snub-Nosed Langur Rhinopithecus bieti (Colobinae). Ph.D. thesis, UniversityofCalifornia,Davis.

6.  Acknowledgements是对研究过程和后续文稿修订予以帮助者的谢忱;受谢者的贡献要有简要说明。

7.  其他事项

7.1  署名时,作为导师或项目主持人的通讯作者,应对稿件学术内容、语言表达、图表结构负责。

7.2  图、表以阿拉伯数字分别排序,在正文中须标引或提及到,即图、表与文中叙述相互照应。表格使用三线表(无竖线)。照片必须清晰、层次分明、反差适中和排列紧凑(间距1 mm);显微和电镜图片应标出放大倍数或比例尺(以μmnm为单位)。涉及国界的示意图必须用最新正式出版、标明比例尺的地图;不涉及国界的示意图也须有南北向箭头和比例尺。示意图如有中国地图全图,必须有南海诸岛、钓鱼岛、赤尾屿及海域国界线等。二维坐标图请勿画成方框图;坐标图标目名称、单位须齐全[如:Brain volume (mL)];线条粗细适中、光滑,主线条稍粗于坐标轴线条。图大小尺寸为:半栏图<75 mm120 mm<通栏图<160 mm。图中字采用六号Time New Roman

7.3  计量单位一律以我国法定计量单位为准。

7.4  英文稿件最好先经母语为英语的同行修订。

7.5  返修稿件在1个月内传回,超过1个月并新增大量内容的作新稿处理。校样务必在收到后3日内传回,且不得作大的更改。

7.6  本刊单月18日出版。稿件发表后赠送当期印本2册。

 

Author Guidelines for Submitting Manuscripts to Zoological Research

Published bimonthly, Zoological Research (ZR) is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed, open-access journal publishing original articles, review articles, research reports, letter to the editor, editorial and notes focusing on Primates and Animal Models, Conservation and Utilization of Animal Resources, and Animal Diversity and Evolution. To assist you in formatting your articles correctly for submission to Zoological Research, please use this attached guide.

SUBMISSIONS

All paper submitted to Zoological Research must follow the submission instructions. Failure to do so may result in rejection of the manuscript or delays in publication. Please be aware that we only publish articles in English, and not Chinese. If you have a Chinese-language manuscript you are interested in publishing, please contact one of our editors and they can assist you in getting the article translated into English, which will then be polished by our English speaking editors.Manuscripts should submitted through our website at http://www.zoores.ac.cn/ or https://mc03.manuscriptcentral.com/zr.

FORMATTING

All papers should follow the standard format for Zoological Research and be double spaced, in 12 point Times New Roman font, with 1”inch margins. The paper should include the following elements:

1) A full title, no more than 250 characters;       

2) An abbreviated running title of around 50 characters which succinctly explains the purpose of the paper;

3) A cover letter or email, briefly explaining (a) the relevance of their research; (b) stating that the paper being submitted for publication must not have been published, accepted for publication, or be under consideration for publication, either in whole or in part, elsewhere in any other language; and (c) that all authors and co-authors agree to the paper’s submission to Zoological Research.

4) Any accompanying tables, figures or data the authors wish to have appended to the published paper.

NOTE on Copyright: If tables, figures or other data have from another source, authors should submit a letter from the copyright holder granting authorization for use of the material. Authors may use their article elsewhere after publication provided that prior permission is obtained from the publisher.

PUBLICATION PROCESS

All articles undergo initial review by our editors and then are either sent out for peer-review or language editing if they are deemed acceptable. Following peer-review, the corresponding author is invited to return the revision within three months after receiving the reviewers’ and editors comments. If we or the reviewers recommend that your article could benefit from English-language editing, jointly the editorial staff and the submitting author will arrange the schedule with our English speaking editors, who will revise the language of the manuscript and then return it to the author for final review. Pending acceptance of this version, a final revision will be approved by our editorial staff and review board, and proofs will be sent to the corresponding author directly preceding publication. Acceptance of the final proof should be sent back to the editorial office as soon as possible, ideally within three days. ZR update regarding new Article Processing Charge (APC) policy, please click the link for details.

ETHICS

All submitted manuscripts should abide by ethical rules and the Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals produced by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE). Human and animal experiments require full compliance with local, national, ethical, and regulatory principles, and local licensing arrangements and respective statements of compliance (or approvals of institutional ethical committees where such exists) should be included in the article text. The following statement should be included in the “Materials and methods” section: Ethical approval: “All applicable international, national, and/or institutional guidelines for the care and use of animals were strictly followed. All animal sample collection protocols complied with the current laws of XX (country name).” If applicable (where such a committee exists): “All animal procedures performed in this research were in accordance with the ethical standards of the institution or organization at which the study was conducted (include name of committee + permit number)”. The following information should be included in the “SCIENTIFIC FIELD SURVEY PERMISSION INFORMATION” section: permission/document/series numbers for conducting scientific field surveys and/or material transfer agreements.

STYLE & LENGTH

Generally manuscripts should be no longer than 15 000 words, including references and all figures and/or tables. Whenever possible, authors should try to avoid abbreviations or complex technical terminology. When needed, all abbreviations should be standard, abiding by common zoological and genetic nomenclature and using standard unit measurements (for standard gene names, authors can go to http://www.genenames.org/ or be redirected from PubMed-Gene; for human genome variation please visit http://varnomen.hgvs.org/). Authors are expected to register all new taxonomic names with ZooBank, the Official Registry of Zoological Nomenclature, after the manuscript has been accepted for publication. All nucleotide sequence data should be submitted to Genbank, EMBL, or DDBJ.

Document type like "Letter to the editor" should not exceed four publication pages. Some related materials could be presented as an online supplementary. All manuscripts should contain the following information and be organizing in this order:   

I. Title Page  

The title page should include (i) full title of the paper, not to exceed 250 characters, (ii) full names of all authors with listings of their respective institutional affiliations, (iii) full postal, email, and telephone contact information for the corresponding author.  

II. Abstract  

Each paper should be preceded by an abstract of no more than 250 that presents the purpose, importance, basic methods and key findings of the research. Avoid using abbreviations, citations or references to other parts of the text whenever possible.  

III. Keywords  

Each papers should include around 5 keywords (for indexing), provided immediately below the abstract. 

IV. Text  

The main text of a manuscript should be organized into four parts:  

Introduction should summarize the rationale and give a concise background. Use references to provide the most salient background rather than an exhaustive review. 

Materials and methods provide technical information to allow the fieldwork or experiments to be repeated. Describe new methods or modifications and identify unusual instruments and procedures in detail. 

Results emphasize or summarize only important observations. Simple data may be set forth in the text without the need of tables and figures. This section can be combined with the discussion if needed. 

Discussion should deal with the interpretation of results that emphasizes any new and important aspect of the research as it relates to the broader field and scholarship. The discussion should also end with a brief conclusion, recapping the major findings and contributions of the paper. 

V. Competing interests 

Authors should state all financial and personal relationships that could be viewed as presenting a potential conflict of interest. 

VI. Author contributions 

Those with authorship credit must have made substantial contributions to the concept and design of the original research, or acquisition of data, or analysis and interpretation of data, or draft of the article, or critical revision of intellectual content, or final authority for the approval of the article. Each author should have participated sufficiently to accept responsibility for the content of the manuscript. 

VII.Acknowledgment(s) 

Acknowledgements may indicate (a) contributors that do not warrant authorship; (b) technical help or assistance; and (c) material support. Foundation items should be put in the footnote of the first page. contributions 

VIII.Tables and figures 

All tables and figures must be numbered consecutively by Arabic numerals based on the order they appear in the manuscript. Tables and figure legends should be combined with the main text as one file. Only high-quality drawings and original photographs (preferably as JPEG or TIFF files) suitable for reproduction can be accepted. Actual enlarging multiples or the length unit (bar, in μm or nm) should be marked in photos produced by microscopy. Three-line tables (no vertical line) are requested. 

IX.References 

Citations should appear in the text using the (Author, Date) system with corresponding references appearing at the end of the paper. Listed references should be complete in all details if possible. The full list should be collected and typed at the end of the paper and arranged alphabetically by authors and chronologically for authors (list the first six authors, followed by et al.). If originally published in Chinese or another non-European language, please translate the article title into English and provide a note at the end, denoting the original language, e.g., [in Chinese], [in Vietnamese], [in Marathi], etc.. . 

SUBMISSION CHECKLIST  

Please ensure all of the following elements are included in your final submission to our journal:

Cover letter / email specifying appropriate details

Title page with author information, corresponding author contact data, full & running titles

Abstract less than 250 words

Properly organized manuscript

Standardized abbreviations, measurements and nomenclature

Cross-checked references


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  • 2011/5/31 15:12:23
    新用户(ID:3018)对动物学研究(英文版)(Zoological Research)的点评:
    投稿有一定难度,中文核心刊物,采用在线投稿和邮箱投稿两种方式,主要栏目是,研究论文、研究报告、简报、综述、方法与技术、书评、简讯等。双月22日出版,发表后赠送当期样刊四本,抽印本20份。特别提醒:论文标题里不能有“研究”二字。
    Qred7772019/6/21 16:23:27
    请问需要版面费么?初审周期多久啊?
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