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Provision of Indications and contraindications by co-authors is strongly encouraged, but not mandatory. You are permitted to suggest suitably qualified reviewers, especially from underrepresented groups (including women, ethnic minority indications and contraindications, scientists with disabilities indicattions other underrepresented groups), early career researchers, and researchers from the global South.

However, we may choose to use other reviewers. Please indications and contraindications read our ethics and policies page before submitting. Please also review our licensing and open access conditions. Papers submitted to Royal Society science journals are normally peer reviewed in a single-blind fashion (author names indications and contraindications not concealed, but referee names are).

Editors of the following journals have indications and contraindications option to offer the author a transfer to another Royal Society journal. Transfers may be offered when an article does not meet the scope requirement of the original journal. Editors' comments and reviewer reports on the article are transferred over and will be available indicatioons the editorial team of the receiving journal.

In order to make manuscript submission as easy as possible for authors, we have introduced format-free ocntraindications submission for the majority of our journals, apart from Proceedings B and Biology Letters which requires a Word version upon initial submission to enable accurate length estimation. Where applicable, manuscripts must adhere to our guidelines regarding length (see each journal website).

Once an article has been accepted for publication the main manuscript indications and contraindications be submitted as an editable file, not a PDF, and the source files of any figures and tables must be provided.

If you are submitting a LaTeX file please see our LaTeX guidelines below. Your article title should be a short description of the research you are reporting. The title page should also contain full names and affiliations for each author.

The abstract should be no more than 200 words and should not contain references or unexplained abbreviations or acronyms. Your abstract should be concise xontraindications informative and should read well as a standalone piece. The general scope of the article as well as the main results and conclusions should be summarised.

Please also ensure that your abstract contains all likely search terms, to assist indexers (e. PubMed) that scan only the title and abstract of articles.

If possible, it is beneficial to have all your keywords written into the abstract. Please include at least 3 and up to 6 keywords. Try to avoid overly symbyax or specialised indications and contraindications that might be meaningless to a reader.

The main text of your article should be split into clearly-labelled sections. Usually these will v i h background, capsules results, discussion and conclusions, however please congraindications free to use whatever headings and subheadings best suit your article.

Abbreviations should be written out in full on first use. The Methods section should be written as concisely as possible but should contain all elements necessary to allow interpretation and replication of the results. Please include full specific details of materials used, such as reagents, animal models or software. References to published methods or protocols indications and contraindications. You are also encouraged to preregister your methods at a suitable repository (e.

Please additionally include the accession details indications and contraindications your methods sections where appropriate.



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