Plagiarism Policy

Our anti-plagiarism programme (AntiPlagiarism.NET / CrossCheck / Turnitin) scans all articles at submission and during the review process, and the report generated is fully evaluated by the Editorial Team. If the amount of plagiarised text is less than 20%, the writers are notified and urged to make changes to their manuscript. According to the standards of the ABJAR (Applied Science and Biotechnology Journal for Advanced Research) and COPE, if serious plagiarism is detected in the manuscript content or part thereof, the paper is immediately rejected (Committee on Publication Ethics).