Archiva Zootehnica (AZ), is an international and interdisciplinary open access journal published in English by INCDBNA Balotesti. AZ publishes original research articles, reviews, communications and short notes that offer substantial new insight into a broad range of fundamental and applied research topics in animal production and related domains:
Animal products quality and their influence on the processing traits and on consumer health
Inter-relation nutrition - animal/human health
Use of animals as models for animal nutrition/physiology
Food and feed quality and safety
Sustainable animal production and its environmental impact
Any other subjects that are relevant to animal production.
Articles typically report research on cattle, sheep, goats, pigs and poultry; however, studies involving other farm animals as well as laboratory animal species or studies performed on cell cultures that address fundamental questions related to livestock, will be considered for publication. In addition to original research articles, sound review articles are also accepted. There is no restriction on the length of the papers. Our aim is to encourage scientists to publish their experimental and theoretical research in as much detail as possible. Full experimental details and/or method of study, must be provided for research articles. Archiva Zootehnica does not publish the results of tests of commercial products that do not provide any fundamental scientific advances. Publication of paper in AZ is free of charges. The readers of AZ typically represent the research and education environment, the industry (farm specialists, food and feed processors) and the government (extension services, decision makers).
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