Open access Policy and Fees

Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science is an open access journal that does not charge readers or their institutions for access. All research articles published in Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science in full text are immediately freely available to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, link and share.
Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science currently does NOT receive any revenue from selling subscriptions for online view or print, defraying its editorial and production costs by funding article processing charges (APCs) from article publishing fees and from University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine Bucharest’s own funds.
Currently, this journal charges the following author fees for publishing an article and participation to the Agriculture for Life and Life for Agriculture Annual Conference: 100 EUR.

 

Plagiarism Policy

 

Within the Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science there are analysed potential cases of plagiarism on their own merits. The Journal's Editorial Board uses an anti-plagiarism software system, to check the articles received for publishing, called Plagiarism Checker X.
If a plagiarism act is detected at any stage - before or after the acceptance, we will:

  • if less than 25% of the original submission is plagiarized - inform the authors about the issue so in order to avoid the article's rejection, they can either rewrite the parts found as copied, either cite the original sources;
  • if more than 25% of the original submission is plagiarized - reject the article and notify the author.

Additionally, as a CrossRef member, we are looking forward to implementing the CrossCheck system, that is well-suited to filtering academic content, being one of the best methods to detect the plagiarism in the online scientific community.


The publisher is not responsible for the opinions published in the Volume. They represent the authors’ point of view.
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