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Now lets take a look at step 2: Manuscript review / journal guidance
Remember, the academic peer review process can take months, only for you to potentially hear your paper was rejected for easily-avoidable reasons. At Peerwith, experts can check your paper pre-submission and advise on whether it is ready for publication. Experts with a background in your field of study can also suggest journals that are the best fit for your paper.
So here is an author that sends us a manuscript about genetic analysis of the wild species, keywords: garlic, long-pointed onion, ITS, SCoT method, karyotype, population. First step is to find a reviewer to provide Manuscript review service;
Meet Ferdinand Lubobi, https://peerwith.expert/ferdinandlubobi24cdb35, a researcher from Kenya with a Master and PhD in plant biology.
Ferdinand provides the Manuscript review service and delivers a report with the following general comment:
Overall, the paper presents interesting research, especially by combining different molecular techniques to perform the genomic analysis of Allium’s wild and domesticated cultivars. The results reported no difference between A. longicuspis and A. sativum, likely due to population “infection.” This is a topic of general interest, especially considering the lack of studies focusing on the Asian region. The research also become more interesting when the authors use the concept of population “infection” to explain the lack of differences found. However, several problems in the manuscript require attention and should be addressed. First, the results presented lack a better description. The results deserve to be better described with more quantitative information in the text. Beyond that, there is a need for expanding the Discussion section, particularly demonstrating the importance and originality of the findings. Also, the Conclusion section is missing. In summary, I found merit in the present study, but some concerns that I raised here preclude acceptance in its current form.
Remember, this is not a peer review. It is a pre-submission review to facilitate a go / no-go decision with advice from experts on whether your manuscript is ready for publication. Ferdinand thinks the manuscript is publishable, but not yet ready. His report then continued to provide specific recommendations which author would need to work on to get their paper ready for submission.
That is two very concrete points in a list of eight. The report ends with a list of suggested journals that would be a good fit if the manuscript is fully prepared.
Remember, this Manuscript review is part of the Premium publication support for 1000 USD, all inclusive offer, a unique full-service offering through Peerwith. The service then continues with Scientific editing provided by a different expert.