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Manuscript preparation guidelines
Original research papers, review articles, short communications and technical reports in all aspects of Biology, Health and Life sciences, Zoology, Agriculture, Humanities, Social and Applied sciences, Management and Arts can be submitted provided that the work is not previously published or under consideration for publication elsewhere.
Manuscripts should be written in clear concise and good English.
- Paper title: (16 bold)
- Authors list: (First Author1, Second Author2 and Third Author3(14 bold)
- Abstract: The abstract should summarize the contents of the paper. It should not be more than 400 words. (11 bold)
- Keywords: About six keywords separated by comma in alphabetical order (12 bold)
- Introduction: (12 bold )
- Headings (12 bold)
- Figures and Tables: Must be clear and numbered consecutively (12 bold)
- Conclusion (12 bold)
- References : Bibliographic references in the text should appear like [1,2,3,4,………] using square brace. References should be numbered consecutively in the text.
- References should be in APA Style or MLA Style in accordance with the author’s discipline, but there should be consistency.
- Journal Articles
Jerry, J., Peters, A. and Thompson, B. (2016). Health implication of smoking. Journal of Health, 11(3): 16 -25.
Brown, B.A.(2016). The impact of inflation in developing countries. Asian Journal of Management, 1 (12): 30 -36.
- Book chapters
Peterson, B. (2016). The health implication of alcohol intoxication in developing countries. In J. Houston (Ed), Handbook of toxicology, 6 (New York : Springer verlag, pp: 460-470.
Charles, B.M. (2016). The effects of Moringa oleifera on the lipid profile of malaria parasitized mice. M.Sc thesis, University of Cambridge England.
- Case report
Peterson, J.M., Brown, B.O. and Paul, M.E. (2016). The causes of diarrhea in developing countries. A case study of water scarcity in the Northern part of Africa 2000-2015. US-AID Report, Chicago, IL. EPA 712-R-65-010.
Units and Abbreviations
Authors should follow internationally agreed rules adopted by IUPAC, commission on biochemical nomenclature.
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