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Submission of manuscripts
Only original research papers will be considered 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.
The manuscript submission for Research Articles, the following sequence should be followed Title Page including E-mail Address and valid contact number, Abstract, Keywords, Introduction, Material and Methods, Results and Discussion (Either it combined or separated according to convenience of the authors), Acknowledgements, Conclusions, References.
Authors Current Affiliation, Designation, Department, University/College/Research Station Name, Place, Country, Pin Code, Active E-mail Id, Contact Number.
Abstract should not be more than 250 words and describe the role of the research work. No references should be cited in the abstract.
Keywords reflecting the major concepts of the work should be included not more than seven. Each keyword is separated by comma (Example: Protein, Lipid, Carbohydrate and Moisture).
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.
Materials and Methods
Should include a brief technical description of the methodology adopted and a detailed description is required in case of new or modified methodology.
Results should be clear and concise. Presentation of results with tables, figures and statistical interpretation of the data may improve its clarity.
Explain the significance of the results and compare your results with previous studies reported elsewhere which gives additional information towards scientific field. Results and Discussion can be separated or combined according to your convenience.
Conclusion should be made with summary of results interpretation and possible suggested recommendations for future research and should not be the repeat point made in the preceding sections of the manuscript.
In this section you have to mention acknowledgements of personal, institutional and funding agencies and should be kept to the absolute minimum.
Tables and Figures
Tables, graphs and figures should be included in the manuscript continuously along with text. Tables and figures should be numbered consecutively in accordance with their appearance in the text. Tables captioned should be on the top and table notes should be below the table. Figures are captioned at the bottom of the figures. There is no maximum limit for tables and figures.
Examples of Table and figure with Legends
Table 1. Percentage (%) of saturated and unsaturated fatty acids in the muscle tissue of
|Days of Culture||Control||Shrimp1||Shrimp2|
|20||3.78 ± 0.11||1.12 ± 0.10||9.22 ± 0.19|
|40||21.06 ± 0.64||10.47 ± 0.52||13.45 ± 0.22|
|60||34.88 ± 0.02||23.35 ± 0.39||53.93 ± 0.19|
|80||35.67 ± 0.17||25.59 ± 0.67||65.20 ± 0.44|
Figure 1. Growth of American White Shrimp at Station 1
Citations in the text
Single author appear in the text:  author name and year of publication (Meghana Reddy, 2014).For two authors:  both author (s) names and year of Publication (Siva and Wesley,2013).For more than three author (s):   first author name followed by 'et al.,' and year of publication (Emmanuel et al., 2015). If group of references existed in the manuscript they should be quoted chronological order according to year of publications (Karthik Kuamr, 2012; Siva, 2013; Rubiya et al., 2014; Meghana, 2015; Mamatha et al., 2016).
References should appear on a separate page. The references should be kept to a minimum and listed in alphabetical order. References of journal articles, Proceedings, books, chapters in book etc. should be cited as follows
Nimenibo-Uadia and Rachel,  2017. Chemical composition and Photochemical screening of Ficus exasperata (Vahl) leaf. Nigerian J. Pharmaceu. Appl. Sci. Res., 6(1): 12-18.
Dushyant Kumar Shukla,  2017. . Stochastic differential Equation noise analysis of common-source amplifier with variable load. International J. Eng. Sci. Tech., 09 (06): 610-614.
Anjum Zia, M.,  Qurat-ul-Ain, Abdullah, S., Abbas, K.H., Ahmed, I. 2017. Sublethal impacts of heavy metals on antioxidant enzymes and biochemical parameters in Labeo rohita. Iranian J. Fish. Sci., 16(2): 668-683.
Aklima, J.,  Mojumder, S. and Sikdar, D. 2014. Total Phenolic content, reducing powder, anti-oxidative and anti-amylase activities of five Bangladeshi fruits. Int. Food Res. Journal., 21 (1): 119-124.
Ough, C.S. and Amerine, M. A. 1998. Methods for analysis of musts and wines. Wiley and Sons, New York, USA. pp: 196-221.
Hurlock, E.B. 1950. Development Physiology-A life span approach. 5th Edition, Tata Mc. Graw. Hill.
Sarojini, Y. and Sujatha, B. 2017. The variations in the distribution of mineral elements in some intertidal Marine Macroalgae of Visakhapatnam, East coast of India. In: Akhtar Hossain, Md., Sasi Bhushana Rao, P., Ananda Raja, R., Lakshman Nayak, P., Sumit Homechaudari, P., Jayasree Loka, Kandan, S., Pradyut Biswas. (Eds.)., Proceeding of the International Conference on Recent Advances in Aquaculture. Int. J. Multidis., Educational Res., 6: 8(2), August, India. pp. 137-151.
Wilkinon, J.P. 1990.Nonlinear resonant circuit devices, U.S Patent 2 624 124, July 16.
Chapter in Book
Weston, D.P., 1996. Environmental considerations in the use of antibacterial drugs in aquaculture. In: Baird, D., Beveridge, M.V.M., Kelly, L.A., Muir, J.F. (Eds.)., Aqua. Water Resour. Manag., Blackwell, Oxford, pp: 140–165.
Deka, H. 1991. Achievement motivation in creativity in stars and isolates. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Gujarat, pp: 111-114.
Lekha, V. 2005. A study of emotional maturity of adolescents in relation to Cognitive and non-cognitive variables, Ph.D. Thesis, University of Punjab, Chandigarh, pp: 225.
Farook, A. 2003. The effect of emotional intelligence on academic performance. Unpublished Ph.D. Thesis, University of Karachi, Karachi.
Abbreviations and Units in the Text
Standard abbreviations and units should be used. SI units are recommended. Abbreviations should be defined at first appearance and their use in the title and abstract should be avoided. Generic names of chemicals should be used. Genus and species names should be typed in italics.
The following units should be used
|1||Length||m, cm, mm, nm|
|2||Mass||g, kg, mg, ng, pg, mol, mmol|
|4||Time||s, min, h, d|
|6||Radiation||Bq, Ci, dpm, Gy, rad|
|7||Concentration||M, mM, mmol/l, mg/l, mg/ml, % (v/v), % (w/v), ppm, ppb.|
Proofs and Reprints
Soft copy of the final paper will be sent to the corresponding author via email. Authors are allowed to make the necessary changes in the manuscript at proof stage, for example change of author positions, grammatical errors and other small amendments. Major corrections at this stage should not be considered. The corrected proof should be returned to the Chief Editor or Associate editor within 7 days of receipt. The delay in sending the proofs may shift the paper to the next issue. Correspondence through e mail will be preferred to avoid delay.
Online Publication Fee
For Indian Authors:   A publication fee of Rs. 1200/- for undergraduate students, Rs. 1400/- for postgraduate students, Rs. 1700/- for Ph.D. Scholars, Rs. 2000/- for Academic Professors/Scientists is payable for manuscript Accepted for publication.
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