| | Post date: 2022/07/20 |
|Contributions to and publications in INJVR are free of charge. Submissions should be written in English in one of the following categories:
Original Research Papers are generally based upon hypothesis-driven research providing new information to the knowledge base, not just to confirm previously published work. Descriptive studies presenting novel information or observations and/or scholarly insight that contributes to advancement of the state of information on a given scientific topic are also allowed.
Review Articles are welcome and should cover either narrow disciplinary subjects or broad issues requiring interdisciplinary discussion. They should contain not only an up-to-date review of scientific literature but also substantial scholarly interpretation of the quality of existing data, the status of knowledge, and the research required to advance knowledge of the subject are essential. Reviews consisting solely of a summary of published data without interpretation leading to new insights or recommendations for new research directions will be returned to the author without review.
Notes should differ from full papers on the basis of scope or completeness, rather than quality of research. They may report significant new results which represent a major breakthrough or new discovery arising from problems with narrow, well defined limits, or important findings that should therefore be published quickly. They should not be used for preliminary results. Papers must contain sufficient data to establish that the research has achieved reliable and significant results. Their text should neither exceed 12 pages excluding keywords, tables and references, nor be divided up into conventional sections.
Technical Papers should present new methods, devices or procedures for either research methodology or analysis-related techniques. It may also describe the state of a resource, a technical or scientific research problem and provides a new approach.
Manuscripts: Manuscripts should be written in the English language. The text should be in Times New Roman font, size 12, double-spaced throughout, and with one-inch margins throughout; the paper size should be set to A4. All pages should be numbered sequentially.
After getting the opinions of the reviewers you should correct your manuscript and send it back accompanying a "checklist" representing your implementations one by one based on their suggestions. Prior to publication, the proof is sent to the corresponding author. Authors are advised to read the proof and correct minor typographical or grammatical errors. Authors should promptly return proofs to the editorial office.
First, you should register on our website through the left panel of our home page, "Registration".
*Important note: You should replace the new version of your manuscript with the previous version if you are recommended by the journal team to correct the manuscript, during the process of reviewing.
-Admissible format for submitting the manuscript is the word.
-Online Submission is possible in two ways: 1-Through the left panel at the home page of the website. 2- Through the private page of each registered member.
-Editing or deleting your submitted manuscript is possible before confirming the submission done by the editor-in-chief.
Guide for authors:
1-Title: The title should be brief and informative reflecting the purpose and content of the study (species should be identified by their scientific name).
2-Author(s): The full name of the author(s) should be listed under the title separated from each other with semicolon (;) e.g. Faggio C.1; Fazio F.2*; Marafioti S.2; Arfuso F.2; Piccione G.2
3-Affiliation(s): The affiliation and address of the author(s) should be stated, identifiable by an index number in case of more than one author and should be inserted at the end of the first page under the keywords.
4-Abstract: Provide an abstract of 150-250 words. The Abstract should outline the essential content of the manuscript, especially the purpose of the research, the main results, and major conclusions.
5-Keywords: Provide four to seven keywords, separated by commas, indicating the principal topics of the paper.
6-Introduction: The Introduction should briefly indicate the objectives of the research, the nature of the questions or hypotheses under consideration, and the essential background. Avoid a detailed literature survey or a summary of the results.
7-Materials and methods: This section should be brief but sufficient information about the materials studied, instruments used, specialized chemical sources, and related experimental details must be provided so that other investigators can replicate the research.
Note: Sub-title either for this section or for "Results" should be given as italic with no bolded style. For instance:
8-Results: In the Results section, only findings should be described without discussion of their significance. This section provides information by means of text, tables, and figures. The results should be concisely presented.
a-Tables: Tables should be numbered consecutively (i.e., Table 1, Tables 2, 3-5, etc.), and must be cited in the text. Titles should identify the table as briefly as possible. In an article that contains more than one table, each title should be unique. Do not use vertical lines in tables. Use only horizontal lines above and below the column headings and at the bottom of the table only. Use extra space to delineate sections within the table. Column headings should be brief, but sufficiently explanatory. Any explanation essential to the understanding of the table (including abbreviations and acronyms) should be given as a footnote at the bottom of the table.
b-Figures: All figures should be numbered sequentially in the text (i.e., Fig 1, Figs 3, 4–6), and must be cited in the text. Titles of figures go underneath the figure. If a figure is outsized it may be reduced photographically. Be sure to include clear, sharp pictures. The resolution must be set to at least 300 DPI (dots per inch). Figures, graphs, and drawings normally should be all in black and white, not color. If figures are in parts, please label with upper case letters (A, B, C, etc.) in the top left corner of each part. Writing any text on the figures should be avoided as much as possible.
9-Discussion: The Discussion should not repeat the results; instead, the Discussion deal with the interpretation of results, citing relevant published research, and should also be as concise as possible. General information irrelevant to the subject matter should not be dealt with in prolonged discussions. The final paragraph should highlight the main conclusions of the study; do not include “Conclusions” as a separate heading.
10-Acknowledgement: All authors must disclose any financial and personal relationships with other people or organizations that could inappropriately influence (bias) their work. Grants or other funding permitting the realization of the research must be stated. Please use the Acknowledgment section to do that.
11-References: The new version of the Harvard system of referencing has been adopted by the journal as follows. The full list of references should be in alphabetical order. Journals names should be given in full without abbreviation.
* In order to ensure that every reference cited in the text is also present in the reference list (and vice versa), it is recommended to use the EndNote software.
a) In the text (Citations):
• Single author: the author`s name (without initials) and the year of publication (Sakai, 1999);
• Two authors: both authors` names and the year of publication (Coad and Najafpour, 1997);
• Three or more authors: first author`s name followed by`et al.` and the year of publication, (Rosenthal et al., 2001).
• Standard institutes and recognized organizations: Full name of the institute (only in the first citation) followed by abbreviation of the institute name:
1st citation: Association of official analytical chemists (AOAC) (2000).
2nd citation: AOAC (2000).
• Books: (Noga, 2010).
• Conference: (Bezirtzoglou et al., 2009).
• More than one citation: Groups of references should be listed first chronologically, then alphabetically. Examples: (Christybapita et al., 2007; Divyagnaneswari et al., 2007; Ardó et al., 2008; Cheng et al., 2008)
b) In the reference list: List: References should be arranged first alphabetically and then further sorted chronologically if necessary. 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.
Noga, E. J., 2010. Fish disease: Diagnosis and treatment. 2nd ed. USA: Wiley-Blackwell. 544P.
- AL-Imam, M.J. and Flayyih, M.T., 2020. Assessment the Effect of Lactobacillus Acidophilus on Escherichia Coli Serotype O157: H7 with Detection of Some Virulence Factors. Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, 14, 1597. Doi: 10.37506/ijfmt.v14i4.11770
- Nurul Mariam Hussin, Sharifudin Md. Shaarani, Mohd Rosni Sulaiman, Abdul Hamid Ahmad and Charles S. Vairappan., 2017. Chemical composition and antioxidant activities of catfish epidermal mucus. Journal of Advanced Agricultural Technologies., 4(1). Doi: 10.18178/joaat.4.1.73-77
- Guerra, J.M., Freitas, M.F., Daniel, A.G., Pellegrino, A., Cardoso, N.C., de Castro, I., Onuchic, L.F. and Cogliati, B., 2019. Age-based ultrasonographic criteria for diagnosis of autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease in Persian cats. Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery, 21(2), pp.156-164.
- AOAC, 2000. Official methods of analysis. 17th ed. Association of Official Analytical Chemists. Gaithersburg, MD, USA, 2200P.
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Studies in animals
All animal experiments should comply with the ARRIVE guidelines and should be carried out in accordance with institutional, national and international guidelines concerning the use of animals in research and/or the sampling of endangered species. Authors should clearly indicate in the manuscript that such guidelines have been followed.
• The submitted manuscripts should not have been previously published and should not be under consideration for publication elsewhere.
• The manuscript should be included line numbers. Otherwise, your manuscript would not be considered by the editorial board.
• The picture files of the manuscript which could be occupied the submission file capacity, should be uploaded through the "Attachment file(s)" separately.
• The corrected technical reviewed version of the manuscript (after sending the opinion of the technical manager of the journal) should be submitted again by replacing it with the older version of the manuscript (delete the current file and upload the new one).
• Abbreviations: Acronyms and abbreviations should be defined the first time they are used in the text.
• Units: The international system of units (SI units) should be used.
• Scientific names: The genus (always capitalized) and the species (not capitalized) should be typed in italics. When the same name is used more than once in the paper, the first letter of the genus (still capitalized) should be used as an abbreviation in the second and subsequent uses of the name.
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