Society of Bio-resource, Environment and Agricultural Research
ISSN 2454 3551
International Journal of Bio-resource, Environment and Agricultural Sciences
Original RESEARCH ARTICLES, REVIEW ARTICLES, POPULAR ARTICLES AND SHORT COMMUNICATIONS in all aspects of Agriculture, Biotechnology, Animal Science, Veterinary Science, Diary Science, Environmental Studies, Zoology, Botany, Social and Applied Sciences etc., can be submitted on the understanding that the work is not previously published or under consideration for publication elsewhere.
SUBMISSION OF MANUSCRIPT
It is recommended to submit manuscript through the email:email@example.com for quick evaluation.
INSTRUCTIONS TO AUTHORS
The International Journal of Bio-resource, Environment and Agricultural Sciences is published quarterly. Similarly, it appears in electronic format in website:www.sbear.inwith free access to the full text. The manuscripts must be written in clear, concise and grammatically correct English. The Editorial Board reserves the right on the acceptance or rejection of a paper.
Manuscripts should be saved and submitted as a single WORD file containing the full text, references, tables and figures. Manuscripts must be electronically submitted. Use letter11 point Times New Roman, 1.5 spacing and 2.5 cm margins in A4 size paper.
The Research Article should be presented in the following order:
(i)Title:It should be short, precise and informative without any abbreviations
(ii)Author(s): Name(s) of author(s) and affiliation(s) and the name and complete mailing address (e-mail address) of the person to whom proofs and requests should be sent.
(iii)Abstract: It should be brief (not exceeding 250 words) informative and should highlights finding of the work done in numbers and statistical significance. Abbreviation should be avoided in the abstract. Keywords: five to six keywords characterizing the content of the article in alphabetical order for indexing purpose.
(iv)Introduction: A brief introductory paragraph explaining the objective of the paper with relevant review of research work and enough information should be provided.
(v)Materials and Methods: This section should provide sufficient information and references on the techniques adopted to permit other researchers to repeat the experiment.
(vi)Results and Discussion:The content of this section should permit full comprehension of the data reported in figures and tables. Same data should not be presented in table and figure simultaneously. The discussion should clearly and precisely interpret the significance of the results and place them in the context of previous research.
(vii)Conclusions: Draw a definite conclusion from the results for fulfillment of the research objectives.
(viii)Acknowledgements: If any, should be brief
(ix)References:References should be prepared strictly according to the instructions given below.
(x) Tables: Tables should be numbered with Arabic numerals (Table 1, Table 2, etc.) and cited consecutively in the text. The tables must be created with the table-function of MS-Word and should be enclosed on separate sheets of paper at the end of the manuscript, bearing the same number as in the text. Units (SI) must be clearly indicated for each of the entries in the table. Footnotes to tables should be identified by superscript lower-case roman letters and placed at the bottom of the table.
(xi) Figures: Figures should be cited in the text by Arabic numerals (Figure 1, Figure 2, etc.). Figures should be supplied as electronic files and should be enclosed on separate sheets of paper after tables. A figure legend should be supplied.
Scientific names: Common names of organisms should always be accompanied, when first cited, by their complete scientific name in italics (genus, species, attribution and, if appropriate, cultivar).
Review articles should have an informative and strongly supported by consensus papers by scientific societies or working groups and have an abstract of about 250 words. They are reviewed according to the same norms as research articles.
Short Communications are articles with a simple layout and containing limited data (not more than two figures or tables) and a small number of citations (not more than 25) with title, table headings, figures and references are presented according to the same norms as research articles.
This section includes papers developing a relevant topic, strongly supported by relevant and updated bibliography. They are reviewed according to the same norms as research articles.
Use the following system to arrange your references:
Pramanik, K. and Bera, A.K. 2013.Effect of seedling age and nitrogen fertilizer on growth, chlorophyll content, yield and economics of hybrid rice (Oryza sativa L.).International Journal of Agronomy and Plant Production 4 (S): 3489-3499.
Bera, A.K., Pramanik, K. and Mandal, B. 2014.Response of biofertilizers and homo-brassinolide on growth, yield and oil content of sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.).African Journal of Agricultural Research9(48):3494-3503.
Swaminathan, M. S. 1996. Sustainable Agriculture: Towards an EvergreenRevolution.Konark Publishers Pvt. Ltd., Delhi,pp. 232.
3.Chapter in a book:
Milkman, R. 1998.The new American workplace:high road or low road? In: Workplaces of the future (Thompson, P.andWarhurst, C. eds.). Macmillan Press, London, pp. 22-34.
Dey, S. 2014.Effect of seed priming and mulching on growth and yield of chickpea (CicerarietinumL.) under rainfed condition. M.Sc. (Ag.) Thesis, Institute of Agriculture,Visva-Bharati, Sriniketan, India.
Mondal, C. K. and Mondal, B. 2012. Ethno-traditional medicinal uses of mangrove plants of Sundarbans - a study. In: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Minor Fruits and Medicinal Plants for Health and Ecological Security (ISMF & MP), held at FTC, Bidhan Chandra KrishiViswandyalaya, West Bengal, India (Ghosh, S. N. ed.), 19-22 December, 2011, pp. 91-93.
6.Material from aWorld Wide Web site:
Food and Drug Administration, 2001. Available from:http://www.fda.gov
Results should be expressed in International System of Units (SI). It is suggested to use an exponential form instead of a slash, e.g., kg ha-1.
Abbreviations and symbols:
For saving space and time, but too much use deters understanding the text. Some widely-used and well-known abbreviations such as SI units or chemical elements need not be explained. All abbreviations should be written out at their first mention, in abstracts, texts, tables, and figures; subsequently use the abbreviation consistently.
All manuscripts submitted to our journal are critically evaluated by external and/or inhouse experts in accordance with the principles of Peer Review, which is vital to the scientific publication process and the dissemination of sound science. Each paper is first assigned by the Chief Editors to an appropriate Editor who has knowledge of the concerned field discussed in the manuscript.All articles are reviewed by at least two different external referees / reviewers.