Tables and Figures Guidelines
Tables and Figures should be submitted at the end of the manuscript. Avoid the use of three-dimensional graphs and halftones unless essential for data presentation. Tables and Figures should not exceed 11 cm in width and 13 cm in height. Large tables should be avoided. All tables should be prepared in Word for Windows, using the table option with gridlines (see recently published articles in Vet. arhiv). Please supply figures (graphs & photographs) with numbers, letters or scale bar on the figure itself, along with a full description in separate captions. Standard abbreviations of units of measurement should be added in parentheses. Illustrations should be numbered according to their sequence in the text.
Parts of figures must be identified by lower case letters: A), B), C) etc. The size of letters and other symbols on diagrams and figures should be such as to allow reduction to column width without loss in legibility. Figures and other illustrations should be of good quality, in vector format and well-contrasted.
Figure legends should be placed below each figure, while table headings should appear above the tables. They should both clearly explain the content of the figure or table. Footnotes to tables should be indicated by superscript letters or symbols, except for abbreviations, which should be repeated in the footnote. All abbreviations should be described in figure legends or table footnotes.
The values on the x- and y-axes must be clearly and precisely defined, decimal numbers must be written with decimal points, not commas.
Figures may be submitted as doc, docx, jpg, tiff or bmp files, and tables as doc, docx, xls or xlsx files, however, editable formats are preferred (vector format for figures and Excel or any other editable format for tables). Figures should be added at the end of the manuscript (with legends).