International Symposium on Fish Nutrition and Health VII
[VII Simpósio Internacional de Nutrição e Saúde de Peixes – SINSP]
Abstract submission and selection procedures
The seventh edition of the International Symposium on Fish Nutrition and Health [Simpósio Internacional de Nutrição e Saúde de Peixes – SINSP] will definitely
Letter perfect condition will be used as selection criterion. Abstracts shall be submitted in pdf format and no corrections, additions or deletions will be allowed after the contribution is turned in. Therefore, double check your contribution for correctness of grammar and style before submission. Do not include tables, figures and references in the abstract. Only original abstracts will be considered; please refrain from attempting to submit contributions already presented elsewhere. Please find further information in the model abstract attached.
Thanks for considering the VII SINSP as a tool for communicating your research findings.
Prof. Wilson M. Furuya
Prof. José Eurico Possebon Cyrino
(on behalf of Scientific Committee)
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First Author*, Second Author1, Third Author1, Fourth Author2 (Times New Roman 12) *Pesquisador Científico; Instituto Aquabio; Av. Rudolph 1930; 99999-999 - Curimbatacity - SP; email@example.com; 1Universidade Limnologica, Pintadocity, MS; 2CPG Biologia Aquática Aplicada, Pequira, GO (Times New Roman 10) (do not translate names of institutions and addresses)
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Please format Abstract in A4 paper, font Times New Roman 12, single space, left margin 2.5 cm, all other margins 2.0 cm, header and footer 1.25 cm. Skip a line between title and authors' names and affiliations, and between authors' names and affiliations and text of abstract. Word a clear, concise title; 20 words maximum; small caps; italicize scientific names; bold face; Times New Roman 12 (it is not necessary inserting scientific names of cosmopolitan species – e.g. Nile tilapia, common carp, rainbow trout, etc. – either in the title or text). Make sure to provide authors' full names; identify the presenting author by an asterisk; provide corresponding author's full address; acknowledge authors affiliations by superscript, serial numbering. Opportune and/or required additional, abbreviated information on funding agencies and acknowledgements shall be included after the text in a separated paragraph. Text of abstract must contain all elements corresponding to a classical scientific paper, i.e.: (i) a statement of purpose in lieu of introduction (a summarized account of theme and purposes of reported research); (ii) methodology (description of biological, analytical and statistical procedures); (iii) results (do not use figures and/or tables; spell out your findings); and (iv) the conclusions and inferences drawn from analysis of results (highlight importance and potential applications of reported results). All sections of the abstract must be contained in a single page, additional information included; no paragraphs and no first line indentation. Do not include references in the abstract. Indite formulas and equations with legible superscripts, subscripts and symbols; define symbols within square brackets immediately after the formula or equation. Use negative power instead of the virgule (/) to note flow on time, production per unit area or volume, etc.; insert space and not periods between units [e.g. L h-1 instead of L/h; kg ha-1 instead of kg/ha, etc.]. Use fraction power instead of the square root signal [i.e. Y 1/3 instead of 3Y], as well as the virgule (/) instead of the dash () to represent simple fractions (e.g. ¾). Standardize nomenclature all through the text; favor and use consistently the International Units System and its corresponding abbreviations. Use single quotation marks (' ')to highlight words of any original language without English synonym. Insert space between values and units (i.e. 50 kg instead of 50kg); spell out single digit numbers not followed by units (i.e. write eight instead of using the number 8), except when reporting serial quantities and statistical values. Adopt the English punctuation system to write numbers, i.e., separate thousands using commas (e.g. 5,920; 20,000; 351,000) and tens using periods (e.g. 144.3; 1,478.67; etc.); do not punctuate acronyms (e.g. USA instead of U.S.A.; RSA instead of R.S.A.; etc.). Particularly when repeated all along the text, favor the use of symbols instead of naming chemical elements (e.g. Ca instead of calcium; P instead of phosphorus; etc.); represent ionic charges in numbers (e.g. Ca2+ instead of Ca++), and make sure that isotopic numbers precede the symbol of the isotopes (e.g. 32P). Finally, favor the use of names of active ingredients in chemical formulations instead of commercial names; if the use of commercial name becomes mandatory, identify manufacturer, city, state and country of named product.
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