Submission of manuscripts:
Manuscripts should be submitted using the online submission system. A WORD document of the article is also needed to be sent to:
Original research article (maximum 6000 words).
The submitted articles should be divided into the following sections;
1- Title page
2- The manuscript (DO NOT INCLUDE AUTHORS' NAMES);
- Abstract (250-300 words)
- Key words (3–6)
The introduction should;
- Provide relevant background to the subject of under study.
- Define significance of the study.
- Include a review of the related literature.
- Include a brief statement of aims of the study.
- Materials and Methods;
The section should provide detail to allow interested investigators to replicate the study.
- Results and Discussion;
Describe results of the research, interpret it, and draw conclusion.
- Conflict of interest, if any
- References (see below)
- Tables and figures (arranged/uploaded at the end of the manuscript).
Reviews articles ( 5000-8000 words)
The article shall include introduction, appropriate headings in the text and conclusion.
Short Communications/case reports (2000-2500 words)
An abstract of 150-200 words should be included.
References: In general, reference citations in the text are to be in the standard (Author, Date) style. Under the “References” heading at the end of the manuscript all references are to be presented alphabetically by the author’s last name in the following fashion:
a) Periodical citations in the text are to be in the standard (Author, Date) style. Periodical references are to be presented in the following form: author’s surname followed by a given name and/or initials (bold), year of publication between brackets , the title of the article, title of the periodical (in italic), volume number, issue number between brackets (if available), and pages. Example:
Basiouni, G.F.; Khalid, M. and Haresign, W. (1996). Effect of bovine follicular fluid treatment and progesterone priming on luteal function in GnRH-treated seasonally anoestrous ewes. Anim. Sci. 62: 443-450.
Callesen,H.T.; Greve,T. and Hyttel ,P.(1988).Preovulatory evaluation of the super ovulatory response in donor cattle. Theriogenology30:477-488.
Hicks, G. (1982) Literary Horizons: Gestations of a Brain Child. Saturday Review 45 (6) 2-23.
b) Book citations in the text are to be in the standard (Author, Date) style. Book references are to include the following: author’s surname followed by a given name and/or initials (bold), title of the book (in italic), city of publication, publisher, year of publication between brackets and the number of pages (if available).
Daiches, D. (1983) Critical Approaches to Literature. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 350 p.
Content Note or Footnote: A content note or footnote is a note from the author to the reader providing clarifying information. A content note is indicated in the text by using a half-space superscript number (e.g. … books 3 are …).
Content notes are to be sequentially numbered throughout the text. A reference may be cited in a content note by the use of the standard (Author, Date) style in the same way they are used in the text. Content notes are to be presented below a solid half-line separating them from the text of the page in which the footnote is mentioned (in single column). Use the same half-space superscript number assigned in the content note(s) in the text to precede the content note itself.
Proofs: No changes, additions or deletions will be allowed in the page proof stage.
Opinions: Manuscripts submitted to the Journal for publication contain the author’s conclusions and opinions and, if published, do not constitute a conclusion or opinion of the Editorial Board.
Abbreviations: The names of periodicals should be abbreviated in accordance with The World List of Scientific Periodicals. e.g., et al., J. of Food Sci.
For weights and measurements, and where appropriate, abbreviations rather than words are to be used, e.g., cm, mm, m, km, cc, ml, g, mg, kg, min, %, etc., Fig.
Latin abbreviations such as: op. cit., loc. cit., ibid., are to be in italic (if they are used).
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