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Instructions to Authors
New Records, Full length Papers, Review Studies, Mini Reviews, Short Communications, Case Studies and Survey Papers will be submitted to our Journal for publication. The authors may be asked to declare that the manuscript has not been submitted to any other journals for consideration at the same time or any other time. Soft copy in the form of MS word complete in all respect should be submitted as an e-mail attachment file for quick processing of the paper (firstname.lastname@example.org). The author (s) will be responsible for the authenticity of the contents of the paper submitted by him/them.
Manuscript Preparation Guidelines
The submitting manuscript should be typed in Times New Roam Font 12 with 1.5 line spacing and wide margins on four sides of A4 paper and must be written in English. First page of the paper should be headed with title page (in Capitalize Each Word, Font Size-Times New Roman, 18), the names of the author (Font Size-Times New Roman, 16), complete address of Academic Institution/Research Stations/Laboratories, where work was conducted and active e-mail Ids of corresponding author along with contact number should be provided.
Length of Paper
The authors are requested to check their length of the
manuscript in between 10-25 pages. If the content is of high value, the
editorial office of IJCIAR will accept any manuscript which is either
shorter or longer than the prescribed page limit.
The Manuscript should be arranged as below mentioned order to make the review process smoothly.
The title should be limited to 50 words or less and should not contain abbreviations. The title should be a brief phrase describing the contents of the paper.
Complete names and affiliation of all authors, including contact details of corresponding author (Telephone, Fax and E-mail address). Corresponding author–Clearly indicates who with (*) in front of the author’s name and only the e-mail address of the corresponding author is allowed.
Abstract should not be more than 250 words and describe the role of the research work. No references should be cited in the abstract.
Provide four to seven keywords, separated by commas, indicating the principal topics of the paper.
Introduction should be brief, indicates the state of the art of the topic, background information and significance of the study by considering the relevant literature.
Material and Methods
Materials and methods should be written clearly and in such a detail that the work can be repeated by others. The research design, subjects, materials used, analytical methods, experimental methods, statistical methods and the level of significance chosen shall be clearly stated. This part should be as clear as possible to enable other scientists to repeat the research presented. In animal/ human experimentation, ethical guidelines shall be followed.
Results and their significance should be presented clearly and concisely, preferably in the form of graphs and tables which should be self-explanatory.
It should contain a critical review of the results in the light of relevant literature. Results and Discussion can be separated or combined.
Major findings of the study, their importance and relevance shall be summarized and with suggested recommendations
This section includes acknowledgment of people, grant details, funds, etc.
Reference style in text: All citations in the text should refer to:
- For single Author: Author name (without initials, unless there is ambiguity) and the year of publication (Liu, 2009).
- For two Authors: Both author (s) names and the year of publication (Chang and Wang, 2011).
- For three or more Authors: first author name followed by ‘et al.,’ and the year of publication (Sangeetha et al., 2012). Citations may be made directly (or parenthetically).
- Groups of references should be listed chronologically according to the year of publication (For Example: There are several published works about the health benefits of herbs including antimicrobial, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-carcinogenic properties (Ozcan and Ahgul, 1995; Erkmen and Ozcan, 2001; Srinivasan, 2004; Tapsell et al., 2006; Ozcan et al., 2007; Ozcan, 2009).
- More than one reference from the same author(s) in the same year must be identified by the letters ‘a’, ‘b’, ‘c’, etc., placed after the year of publication (Meghana Reddy, 2007a; 2007b, 2007c, 2007d).
Reference List at the end of Conclusion Section
Please ensure that every reference cited in the text is also present in the reference list (and vice versa). References should be arranged in A-Z format (alphabetically) at the end of conclusion section.
The model references for author convenience as mentioned below.
- Korhonen, H. 2009. Milk-derived bioactive peptides: From science to applications. Journal of Functional Foods, 1: 177–187.
- Pastor, C.E., Juan, R., Pastor, J.E., Alaiz, M., Giron, C.J. and Vioque, J. 2011. Antioxidative activity in the seeds of 28 Vicia species from Southern Spain. Journal of Food Biochemistry, 35(5): 1373-1380.
- Fabrizio, K.A. and Cutter, C.N. 2004.Comparison of electrolyzed oxidizing water with other antimicrobial interventions to reduce pathogens on fresh pork. Meat Science, 68: 463-468.
- Ragasa, C.Y., Alimboyoguen, A.B. and Shen, C.C. 2009. Antimicrobial terpenoids from Elephantopus mollis. NRCP Research Journal, 10: 33-38.
- Roses, O.E., Gonzalez, D.E., Lopez, C.M., Pineiro, A.E. and Villaamil, E.C. 1997. Lead levels in Argentine market wines. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 59(2): 210–215.
Journal with doi
- Mohamed, Z.A. and Al-Shehri, A.M. 2012. The link between shrimp farm runoff and blooms of toxic Heterosigma akashiwo in Red Sea coastal waters. Oceanologia, 54(2): 287–309. doi:10.5697/oc.54-2.287
- Frankel, E.N., Huang, S.W. and Aeschbach, R. 1997. Antioxidant activity of green teas in different lipid systems. Journal American Oil Chemistry, 74: 1309–15. doi: 10.1007/s11746-997-0062-8
- Alkawri, A., Abker, M., Qutaei, E., Alhag, M., Qutaei, N. and Mahdy, S. 2016. The First Recorded Bloom of Pyrodinium bahamense var bahamense Plate in Yemeni Coastal Waters off Red Sea, near Al Hodeida City. Turkish Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 16: 275-282. http://doi.org/10.4194/1303-2712-v16_2_07
- Ough, C.S. and Amerine, M.A. 1998. Methods for analysis of musts and wines. Wiley and Sons, New York, USA, 196-221 pp.
- Hurlock, E.B. 1950. Development Physiology-A life span approach. 5th Edition, Tata Mc. Graw. Hill.
- AOAC International, 2000. Official methods of analysis of AOAC International. 17th Edition, Gaithersburg: Association of Analytical Communities.
- Brody, S. 1945. Bioenergetics and growth. Reinhold, New York, 1023-1055 pp.
Chapter in Book
- Chwang, N.L.M., Chiany, P., and Liao, C. 1986. Evaluation of Shrimp Penaeus monodon hatchery methods practiced by Taiwanese technicians. In: Maclean, J.L., Dizon, L.B. and Hosilos, L.V., (Ed.), The first Asian fisheries Forum. Manila, Philippines, 39-43 pp.
- Das, B.K. 2004. Bacterial diseases of fish and their control. In: Swain, P., Sahoo, P.K. and Das, B.K. Disease diagnosis and health management of freshwater fish and shell fish, Bhubaneswar. Central Institute of Freshwater Aquaculture, 45-52 pp.
- Fuller, R. 1992. History and Development of Probiotics. In: Fuller, R., (Ed.), Probiotics: The Scientific Basic. Chapman and Hall, London, 1-8 pp.
M.Sc. /Ph.D. Thesis
- Prabha Devi, L. 1986. Hydro Biological Studies in Tidal Zone of the Celeroon Estuary. Ph.D. Thesis, Annamalai University, 241 pp
- Bankole, M.O. 1989. Biology study of fish species of Tiga lake, Kano state. M.Sc. Thesis, Bayero University, Kano, 11 p.
- D’Souza, F.M.L. 1998. The nutritional values of microalgae to penaeid prawn larvae. Ph.D. Thesis, Queensland University of Technology, Queensland, Australia.
Proceedings of the Special Sessions/ Conferences/Workshop
- Garriques, D. and Arevalo, G. 1995. An evaluation of the production and use of a live bacterial isolate to manipulate the microbial flora in the commercial production of Penaeus vannameipostlarvae in Ecuador. In: Browdy, C.L. and Hopkins, J.S. (Ed.), Swimming through troubled water. Proceedings of the special session on shrimp farming, Aquaculture. 53-59 pp.
- Jeffrey, S.W., LeRoi, J.M. and Brown, M.R. 1992. Characteristics of microalgal species for Australian mariculture. In: Allan, G.L. and Dall, W. (Ed.), Proceedings of the National Aquaculture Workshops. Pt. Stephens, NSW Australia, April 199, 164-173 pp.
- Brown, A.F. 2016. Farmed and wild fish. Retrieved from http://www.trjfas.org/fishery.html
- Yılmaz, A.C. 2016. Rainbow trout farming techniques. Report No. 155, Trabzon, Turkey, CFRI Press, 462 pp.
Tables should be numbered consecutively in Arabic numerals (1, 2, 3, 4, …), with each table presented on a separate sheet. Title of the table should be written on top of the table. Descriptions about table items should be placed at the bottom of the table and marked with an asterisk. Tables should be prepared in regular MS Word format (i.e., tables submitted as a figure or manually written will not be accepted)
Figures should be numbered consecutively in Arabic numerals (1, 2, 3, …), with each Figure presented on a separate sheet. Title of the figure and descriptions about figure items should be placed at the bottom of the figure.
Model Table and Figure
Table 1. Variations in Vitamin contents in two different species
|Species Number||Vitamin A||Vitamin D||Vitamin E||Vitamin K|
Figure 1. Biochemical Composition of Purpura bufo
The chemical nomenclature used must be in accordance with that used in the Chemical Abstracts
(Examples: Azaditachta indiaca, Litopenaeus vannamei, Catla catla, Crossostrea medrasensis, Escherichia coli ).
The trivial names recommended by the IUPAC-IUB Commission should be used. When the enzyme is the main subject of a paper, its code number and systematic name should be stated in its first citation in the paper.
Authors involving in the usage of experimental animals and human subjects in their research work should seek approval from the appropriate Institutional Animal Ethics Committee in accordance with “Principles of Laboratory Animal Care”. The material and methods section of the manuscript should include a statement to prove that the investigation was approved and that informed consent was obtained.
Abbreviations and Units
Generally, units must be abbreviated according to the International System of Units (SI units). Below you find examples of abbreviations of the most commonly used SI units:
- Units: The following units should be used: length (m, cm, m, mm, nm, Å), mass (kg, g, mg, mg, ng, pg, mol, mmol), Volume (l, ml, ml), time (s, min, h, d), temperature (°C, K), radiation (Bq, Ci, dpm, Gy, rad) and concentration (M, mM, mol/l, mmol/l, mg/ml, mg/ml, %, % (v/v), % (w/v), ppm, ppb.
Do not use ‘&’ to indicate ‘and’.
Proofs and Reprints
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Manuscript Submission Checklist
Before submitting the manuscript, author(s) should check the following list.
- The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration
- Use Times New Roman 12 font and 1.5 line Spaced throughout the manuscript
- Article with permissible limits of plagiarism content (< 10%)
- Manuscript should be in a single file along with tables, figures and graphs
- Name, address, telephone number, and e-mail address of the corresponding author
- Tables and Figures are cited in numeric sequence in the text.
- Figures should be submitted in PDF, JPEG, EPS, or TIFF format.
- All references have been checked for accuracy and completeness.
- Species names should be in italics
- Manuscript has been grammar checked and spell-checked
- Clinical trial registration number, if applicable.
- References should be in Journal Guidelines format.
Note: The Editor in Chief reserves the rights to make alteration in the manuscripts which do not meet scientific standard of IJCIAR and with repetitive mistakes.