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Paper Submission

Authors are invited to submit papers for this journal through E-mail: editorijamrd@gmail.com. Submissions must be original and should not have been published previously or be under consideration for publication while being evaluated for this Journal.

Review Process

Submissions are accepted for review with the understanding that the same work has been neither submitted to, nor published in, another publication. Simultaneous submission to other publications will result in immediate rejection of the paper. Papers are not within the journal scope will be rejected immediately after the pre review process.

All manuscripts will be subject to a well established, fair, unbiased peer review and refereeing procedure, and are considered on the basis of their significance, novelty and usefulness to the Journals readership. The reviewing structure will always ensure the anonymity of the referees & it will be reviewed by 3 experts in the field. The review output will be one of the following decisions:

1. Accept
2. Accept with minor changes
3. Weak Accept with major changes
4. Reject

The review process may take approximately two ~three weeks to be completed. The Editor reserves the right to reject a paper if it does not meet the aims and scope of the journal, it is not revised well.

Publication Charges

Publication charges:2500.00 INR or 50 USD

Publication Frequency-Monthly

Instructions for Authors

MANUSCRIPT

Title and authors names and address must be given in the front page. This must be followed by the abstract on separate page. Thereafter, material and method, results and discussion, acknowledgements, references. Tables, photographs and all figures including drawings, graphics, and diagrams must be attached after the references.

TITLE

Title should be short, specific and informative. The title page should include the names (s) of author(s), affiliation, and mailing address with e-mail of corresponding author, a running short title not exceeding 40 characters. By-line should contain the place (organization) where research was conducted.

ABSTRACT

Absract written in complete and simple sentence, should not be more than 150 words. Key words (maximum 7) must be given, and these should appear just beneath the abstract.

INTRODUCTION

Part should be brief and limited to the problem or the aim and scope of the experiment.

MATERIAL AND METHODS

Relevant details should be given including experimental design and the technique (s) used along with appropriate statistical methods used clearly along with the year of experimentation (field and laboratory).

RESULTS AND DISCUSSION

Should be combined to avoid repetitions. Result should be supported by brief but advocate tables or graphic or pictorial presentation wherever necessary. Self-explanatory should be typed on separate sheets, tables should fix in the normal page layout. All recent relevant literature should be discussed critically. All figures including drawings, graphics, and diagrams should be formatted preferably by MS-Word. If drawn in Excel the data file may also be submitted along with graphs. Scanned images of photographs must be in minimum 300dpi resolution softcopy in. tiff or .jpeg and hardcopy should be submitted. A line drawing and photographs must have legends. Original artwork should accompany two copies. Repetition in graphic and tabular matter ought to be avoided.

REFERENCES

The style quoting should be as follows

REFERENCES

Grochulski, P., Masson, L., Borisova, S., Pusztai, M.C., Schwarta, J.L., Brousseau R. & Cygler, M. 1995. Bacillus thuringiensis Cry1A (a) insecticidal toxin: Crystal structure and channel formation. Journal of Molecular Biology. 254(2):447-464.

Proceedings/Seminar/Conference papers:

Estruch, J., Warren, G.W., Mullins, M.A., Nye, G.J. Craig, J.A. & Joziel, H.G. 1996. Transgenic Plants: An emerging approach to pest control. In: Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences, 1995, USA, 93:5369-5395.

Book and chapters:

Winston, J.E. 1999. Describing Species. Columbia University Press, New York pp.518 Stork, N. 1997. Measuring Global Biodiversity and its Decline (Eds. Reakakudla, M.L., Wilson, D.E. and Wilson, E.O.) Biodiversity II, Joseph Henry Press, Washington DC, p.41-68

Note:-

Articles should be computer-typed (Times New Roman), double spaced throughout on A-4 papers, and must be sent in triplicate along with a virus-free CD (MS-word). British spelling should be followed. All queries marked in the annotated MS by editor/ reviewer (s) must be replied and returned back promptly. In case of an article having more than one author, the entire correspondence regarding article will be made with correspondence author.