Scientific articles are original studies that present new results and conclusions that are within the scope of the journal.
Scientific articles must always be organized in the following order: TITLE, ABSTRACT, RESUMO, INTRODUCTION, MATERIAL AND METHODS, RESULTS, DISCUSSION, CONCLUSION AND REFERENCES.
Title: The title must be in boldface and centered.
Abstract/Resumo: It must be written in a single paragraph without bibliographical citations. In the direct form and in the past [What does this mean? Clarify or delete.], what was carried out and studied, reporting the most important results and conclusions. The maximum word limit is 250. At the end, there must be a list of three to five “Keywords”.
Introduction: It should be brief, with specific bibliographical citations, but without these assuming main importance, ending with indication of the objective of the work.
Material and Methods: This section must identify the materials employed and describe the research methods, to enable other researchers to repeat the study.
Results: This section should present a concise description of the data and findings obtained, supported by tables that are self-explanatory and prepared without superfluous data, always presenting, as applicable, averages of several repetitions. It is convenient, at times, to express complex data by graphs (Figures), when presenting and presenting them in extensive tables.
Discussion: The results must be discussed in comparison with the previous literature.
Conclusions: They must be based only on the results presented in the work. Mention can also be made of suggestions for future research.
References: The list must only include documents mentioned in the text., in alphabetical order of the surname of the first author. Follow the examples at the end of this document.