Guide to authors
Please read the following instructions carefully for speedy publication of your manuscript. The editor reserves the right to return the manuscript if it is not prepared according to the following instructions.
Preparation of manuscript
Manuscript should be submitted in English language.
It must be clear and concise.
All the manuscripts must comply with the journal instructions.
Failure to do so
will result in return of manuscript and delay in publication process. We ensure speedy review and publication process, therefore, authors’ cooperation is highly encouraged in this regard. Manuscript should be prepared in Word 2003 and should be sent through email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) for speedy review and publication process.
Submission should be double spaced.
All margins should be at least 2.5 cm.
Manuscript must be prepared in Time New Roman style, font size 14 and all names of genus and species must in Latin (in vitro, in
vivo, et al., ibid).
1-The title of the paper should be concise, comprehensive and should denote the essence of work.
2-Names of authors and their affiliations.
3-Each author should be identified using superscript. The corresponding author name should also carry asterisk for identification.
The abstract should not be more than 200 words. It should contain the objectives, methods used to conduct the research, clear description
of results and brief conclusion drawn from the results. References and discussion should not be included in this section.
Keywords should describe the studied problem as best as possible. They should not be less than four words.
This section should provide information on importance of the problem and clear objective of the study. Every statement must be supported by literary source in journal that has been published to date. It is advised to
provide recent references from impact factor journals. References containing one or two authors should be cited by the names of the authors (e.g. Steel, 1984 or Steel and Torrie, 1980). Any reference carrying more than two authors should be denoted by first author and et al. should be included (Martin et al., 2011). If more than one paper is cited by the same set of authors, they should be differentiated by the year of publication followed by subsequent alphabetical letters (a, b, c etc.) both in the text and references. Several papers cited for the same author or the same set of
authors should be arranged according to the year in ascending manner.
Materials and Methods
All procedures, analytical methods, experimental design and preliminary materials should be provided with details in this section. Relevant references should be quoted for a particular analytical methodology. Complete statistical procedures should be produced under separate heading of ‘statistical analyses.
Results and Discussion
The results from the experiments or
observations including their statistical detail should be presented graphically or in a table form. In this section, results obtained should be recorded in text form and table data should not be repeated. Results should be clear and concise. Detailed discussion should be produced in this section with relevant references preferably most recent citation should be included. Discussion should be clear, explains and supports the results.
The major conclusions of the study may be presented in a short conclusion section,
which may stands alone or in the form of a last paragraph in the discussion.
List of references should be arranged alphabetically in the following style.
Reference to a journal publication:
Franey, R.J. and Elias A. 1968. Serum cholesterol measurement based on ethanol extraction and ferric chloride-sulfuric acid. Clin. Chim. Acta, 21: 255-263.
Mushi, E.Z.; Isa, J.W. and Kgotlhane, M.G. 2007. Physical characteristics of ostrich
(Struthio camelus) eggs from Botswana. J. Anim. Vet. Adv., 6: 676-677.
Reference to a book:
Romanoff, A.L. and Romanoff, A. 1949. The Avian Egg, 1st ed., John Wiley and Sons Co., New York.
Steel, R.G. and Torrie, J.H. 1980. Principle and Procedures of Statistics. 2nd ed., McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc, New York.
Reference to a chapter in an edited book:
Rogers, W.A. and Gaines, J.L. 1975. Lesions of protozoan diseases. In:
Ribelin, W.E. and Migaki, G. ed., The pathology of fishes. University of Wisconsin Press, Madison: 117-141.
Reference to M. Sc or Ph. D. thesis:
Al-Mamori, T.K.I. 1997. Distribution of infection with parasitic protozoans among patients in two hospitals in Baghdad city. M. Sc. Thesis, College of Education (Ibn Al-Haitham), University of Baghdad: 76 pp. (In Arabic).
On acceptance of the manuscript, the authors will have to sign the copyright licence of the manuscript. As regard the transfer of rights, the corresponding author assumes responsibility of all authors. The submitted manuscript is published on the understanding that all the authors are aware of the contents and are agree on the submission of the manuscript to this journal. This is an open access journal which means that all contents are freely available without charge to the user or
his/her institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles in this journal without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. Authors would have to pay the minimum publication fee after acceptance of manuscript.
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Peer review policy
All titles we publish strive to uphold the highest standards of impartiality and fairness. This policy describes the general principles and procedure operated by JGERC Publishing for peer review on the majority of its titles. Articles passing successfully through the pre-refereeing stage then begin formal peer review (Double blind review).
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Processing and Publication Fees
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