Revista Colombiana de Ciencias Pecuarias

Revista Colombiana de Ciencias Pecuarias

RCCP publishes original research papers, short communications, clinical cases, and review articles in Veterinary Medicine, Animal Science, and related areas. The journal publishes basic and applied research manuscripts from around the world. All manuscripts are peer reviewed to maintain high scientific standards. The journal focuses on veterinary medicine of large and small animals and wildlife (embryology, histology, anatomy, physiology, immunology, microbiology, pathology, pharmacology, virology, pathophysiology, parasitology, infectious diseases, hematology, obstetrics and gynecology, radiology, surgery, clinical medicine, epidemiology, and public health). In Animal Science, RCCP covers animal management and production, feed and nutrition, animal behavior and welfare, biotechnology, reproduction, genetics, soil science, agrostology, silvopastoral systems, agricultural economics, and the impact of animal production on the environment.

 

RCCP is a peer-reviewed, No-fee Open-access journal.

RCCP does not charge any fees to authors (we do not charge fees for manuscript submission, processing or publication).

Announcements

 

Plagiarism detection

 

We screen all manuscripts for plagiarism

 

 
Posted: 2017-05-02 More...
 

HOW TO SUBMIT

 

Please SUBMIT your manuscript DIRECTLY TO THE SECTION EDITOR VIA EMAIL (do NOT do it via the online system): Email your manuscript directly to one of the Section Editors listed below:

      ANIMAL SCIENCE: Jorge Agudelo, PhD editoranimalscience@gmail.com

      VETERINARY MEDICINE: Lynda Tamayo, PhD editorveterinary@gmail.com

      ACUACULTURE: Andres Lopez, MSc editoraqua@gmail.com

 
Posted: 2017-04-28
 
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Vol 30, No 4 (2017): October-December 2017


Cover Page

The Red-headed basilisk or Western basilisk (Basiliscus galeritus) is a  lizard relative of iguanas. It has a prominent crest on the head and an exceptional ability to run on water surfaces, allowing it to escape from predators. It is a common species in the Colombian Pacific region and, although it is not threatened, pressure from illegal mining and forest logging may decimate its populations (photo by Juan Gonzalo Ochoa, DVM, Escuela de Medicina Veterinaria, Facultad de Ciencias Agrarias, Universidad de Antioquia, Colombia).


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