Submission Guideline

Abstract Submission Guidelines Instructions for submission

Deadline for abstract submission is April 30 May 31 June 15, 2022, at 11:59 p.m. (Korean time)

General information

  • All presentations should consist of original and complete researches that have not been accepted for publication in a journal.
  • The presenting author is responsible for the content and quality of the presentation.
  • Submission of an abstract acknowledges all authors’ acceptance for the abstract to be published in the congress proceedings and Animal Bioscience(Online).
  • The invitation to submit an abstract does not constitute an offer to pay travel, accommodation or registration costs associated with the Congress.
  • The section chair in each scientific division will evaluate the submitted abstracts and notify the status(accept, revise, or reject) of the abstract.
  • There is no limit on the number of abstracts per individual presenter.
  • The section chair may have the right to place oral presentation into the poster presentation or vice versa with authors’ agreement.
  • It will not be possible to submit the abstract after the deadline.
  • The presenters should prepare an abstract following the ‘Instructions for Abstract Submission’ and the template provided.

No-Show Policy

  • If an abstract is accepted, the presenter MUST register and attend the meeting.
  • If presenters do not register by April 30 May 31 June 15, 2022, the abstract will not be published.
  • Removed abstract from the program will not be presented at the meeting.
  • Any exceptions from this policy will need approval from the meeting program committee.

Abstract Submission for Oral and Poster presentation

  • All abstracts MUST be submitted online at
  • When you submit your abstract, you should complete all necessary contents in the electronic submission form with suggested guidelines.
  • You should also submit the abstract file (please see the abstract sample file).
  • Space limitations allow a maximum of 250 words, except for title, authors, and affiliations.
  • The main body of abstract is encouraged to include: (1) Research backgrounds, (2) clear hypothesis and/or objectives, (3) Brief materials and methods, (4) The major results and importance of findings, and (5) Conclusions and implications.
  • Only one table per abstract is acceptable.
  • After completion of abstract submission, you will be given the notification email.
  • The status and results of submitted abstract will also be notified by June 30, 2022.
  • Authors can check the information for their final presentation on the meeting website.
  • All authors who receive “Young scientist international grant award” MUST apply for oral competition.
  • If authors want to withdraw the submitted abstracts, please notify ASAP.

Abstract Submission for Oral Competition

  • We encourage students (under or graduate students) or young scholars (post-doc or researchers) to apply for the oral competition session.
  • Authors submitted abstracts in the regular session can also join the oral competition.
  • They MUST enter their abstract into either student or young scholar competition session.
  • The general guideline for the abstract submitted in oral competition is presented above.
  • Authors applied for oral compeition MUST prepare 20-minute talk with 15-minute presentation and 5-minute Q&A.
  • The oral presentation will be evaluated by the expert groups in the program committee and be awarded according to the policy of the reward committee.
  • Other information is presented below in the regular oral presentation.

Oral Presentation Information

  • Presenters MUST prepare 15-minute talk with 12-minute presentation and 3-minute Q&A.
  • Presentation files MUST be compatible with Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 or later.
  • Files MUST be uploaded via the abstract submission system when abstract is submitted.
  • Authors can change or revise the files freely by July 31, 2022.
  • No files will be accepted in the session room.

Poster Presentation information

  • Presenters MUST be present at their poster for 1.5 hours (13:00 – 14:30 p.m.) on the day of their presentation.
  • The size of boards will be announced later.
  • Presenters MUST furnish their own tacks or stick pins.
  • All posters must be posted by 8:30 a.m. on the day of the presentation and should remain up until 18:00 p.m.
  • Posters with even number will be presented on August 24, 2022.
  • Posters with odd number will be presented on August 25, 2022.
  • The section chair may have the right to place the poster presentation into the oral presentation or vice versa with authors’ agreement.

Abstract Type & Categories

  • When you submit the abstract, you will be asked to choose paper type.
    • Plenary Lecture
    • Invited Lecture
    • Regular – Oral
    • Regular – Poster
    • Young Scientist Competition
    • Student Competition
  • Please choose the correct paper type where you intend to submit the abstract.
  • After you choose the paper type, you will be asked to categorize your abstract.
  • Please choose one of sub-categories listed below:
    • Ruminant Nutrition
    • Non-ruminant nutrition
    • Animal Breeding and Genetics
    • Animal Reproduction and Physiology
    • Animal Products
    • Animal Biotechnology
    • Animal Microbiology
    • Forage Science and Feed Technology
    • Animal Health
    • Animal Behavior and Welfare
    • Environment and Management
    • IT Animal Management System

If you have any question regarding abstract submission, please send an email to

Extended deadline for abstract submission and early registration (June 15, 2022)

We would like to inform you that the deadline for abstract submission and early registration for the AAAP2022, originally scheduled for April 30, 2022, has been extended by one month and the new deadline is June 15, 2022.

Many thanks for your interests and participation.

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