Author Role

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Manuscript submission

Submission items

1. Cover letter

In part of cover letter form, the corresponding author must to signs the publishing agreement on behalf of all the listed authors. Authors should confirm that the work is original and has not been published elsewhere nor is it currently under consideration for publication elsewhere. Please explain in your own words the significance and novelty of the work, the problem that is being addressed, and why the manuscript belongs in this journal. Please download the “Template of cover letter” for more details.

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2. Title page

The title page is the first page of the manuscript and should be submitted in a separate Word document from the manuscript. This page should include all the information of the contents of the article, author(s), origin of the article, and the article type. Please download the “Template of Title Page” for more details.

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3. Manuscript

Manuscripthead should contain only Title without author details. Manuscript must not exceed 18 typed pages. Abstracts should be no longer than 250 words. The manuscript format is 12 point Times New Roman, 1.5 line spacing (except Table is 1.0 line space), one inch margins, and must include page numbers. Please download “Template of Manuscript” for more details.

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4. Supplementary (If any)

Supplementary are relevant to the parent article but cannot appear in the online version of the journal (prepare supplementary file separate from your manuscript). It may comprise additional tables, figures, material, data sets, and other related nonessential files. The materials must be original and not previously published. If previously published, please provide the necessary permissions. The supplementary will be display on https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/anres website by journal.

The corresponding author must provide the supplementary in its final format follow ANRES journal style. It will be available for review with a parent article and proof at the prior to publication. The responsibility for scientific accuracy and file functionality remains entirely with the author(s). A disclaimer to this effect is displayed with any published supplementary.

“ Label all files clearly as "supplementary". Use Fig. S1 for mention to Supplementary figure 1. All Supplementary must include a legend stating what it is, as well as the format. ”

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Response to revision request

Once the manuscript has been assigned as revision, the authors must answer the reviewers’ comments point by point using the "Response to Reviewer Form" and should be submitted in a separate document from the revised manuscript. The manuscript must be revised by using ‘Tracking Change’ as a tool in Microsoft Word only. Please download "Response to Reviewer Form" for more details.

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Editorial review and processing

Peer Reviewed. All submitted manuscripts are screened by the Scientific Editor for importance, substance, appropriateness for the journal, general scientific quality and amount of new information provided. Those failing to meet the current standards are rejected without further review. Those meetings these initial standards are sent to at least two expert referees for peer review. No referee identity is disclosed to the corresponding author and no author identity is disclosed to any referee (double-blind). Referee comments are reviewed by an Associate Editor, often after allowing the author to make changes in response to any comments from referees. The Associate Editor then advises the Scientific Editor to either accept or reject the manuscript. The Scientific Editor informs the corresponding author of the final decision. The review process ordinarily is completed within 4-6 months. If the process is delayed beyond that point, the corresponding author will be notified.

Rejected manuscripts. Rejected manuscripts including original illustrations and photographs will be returned to authors.

Accepted manuscripts. The corresponding author will be asked to review a copy-edited page proof. The corresponding author (on behalf of all authors) is responsible for all statements appearing in the galley proofs. The corresponding author will be informed of the estimated date of publication.

Publication Ethics - Agriculture and Natural Resources (ANRES)

These ethical guidelines have been adapted from ethical principles outlined by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). They serve as a framework for ensuring ethical conduct in research, writing, and peer review processes within the Agriculture and Natural Resources.

Ethical Guidelines for Authors

These guidelines help promote integrity, transparency, and responsible behavior among authors in academic publishing. They serve as a reference for authors to maintain high ethical standards throughout the research and publication process. The ethical guidelines for authors cover seven topics:

1. Originality and Plagiarism: Authors should ensure that their work is original and properly acknowledge the work of others through citations in the Acknowledgements section. Plagiarism in any form is unacceptable.

2. Multiple Submissions: Authors should not submit the same manuscript to more than one journal simultaneously. Simultaneous submissions can lead to issues of duplicate publication, which is unethical.

3. Authorship and Acknowledgments: All individuals who have made a substantial contribution to the research should be listed as authors. Others who have contributed in a smaller capacity should be acknowledged appropriately.

4. Data Integrity: Authors are responsible for the accuracy and integrity of the research presented. Fabrication, falsification, or selective reporting of data is unethical.

5. Conflicts of Interest: Authors should disclose any financial or personal relationships that might influence the research or its interpretation.

6. Ethical Review and Consent: Authors should ensure that their research involving humans or animals has been conducted ethically, following appropriate guidelines and obtaining necessary approvals. Informed consent must be obtained from participants. ANRES requests the submission of copies of informed consent from human subjects in clinical studies or IRB approval documents.

7. Disclosure of Funding Sources: Authors should disclose the sources of financial support for their research and any potential conflicts of interest related to funding.

Source:

Committee on Publication Ethics. (n.d.). Code of conduct and best practice guidelines for journal editors. Retrieved, 2023, November 24, form https://publicationethics.org/resources/code-conduct

Committee on Publication Ethics. (n.d.). Ethical guidelines for peer reviewers [PDF]. Retrieved, 2023, November 24, form https://publicationethics.org/sites/default/files/ethical-guidelines-peer-reviewers-cope.pdf

Committee on Publication Ethics. (n.d.). Core practices. Retrieved, 2023, November 24, form https://publicationethics.org/core-practices

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