AIM AND SCOPE
Advance Research in Agriculture and Veterinary Science (Adv Res Agri Vet Sci) is an open access, peer-reviewed scientific research journal that provides rapid publication of articles in all fields of science and technology on the basis of its originality, importance, interdisciplinary interest, timeliness, accessibility, elegance and surprising conclusions. Hence, it offers an exceptionally fast publication schedule including prompt peer-review by the experts in the field and immediate publication upon acceptance. The editorial board aims at reviewing the submitted articles as fast as possible and promptly include them in the forthcoming issues should they pass the evaluation process. The journal is published in both print and online formats.
Manuscripts are accepted for publication on the understanding that they have not been published and are not being considered for publication elsewhere. It is assumed that all named authors agree with the contents and form of the manuscript and are responsible for the validity and originality of data contained therein.
The major emphasis is laid on inter-disciplinary nature of the work. The main criteria for acceptance of the articles are novelty, clarity, and significance as relevant to a better understanding of the Agricultural and Veterinary sciences.
The Journal welcomes the submission of manuscripts that meet the general criteria of significance and scientific excellence. Papers will be published shortly after acceptance. All articles are peer-reviewed.
Manuscript must be submitted through E-mail at email@example.com preferred use online submission system. Manuscripts should be English (US spellings) typewritten using Cambria font size 11 on A4 size paper with 2.5cm margin on each side and single space throughout.
Title page of the manuscript should carry full title, the initials and surname(s) of the author(s), affiliation(s) and valid Email of corresponding author.
Abstract must not exceed 250 words, should include a brief account of the objectives of the study, methodology, salient findings and main conclusions. Abstract should be followed by 4-6 key words (indexing terms).
The main manuscript may be divided into sections like: Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, Discussion, Conclusions, Acknowledgments (if any) and References.
In each category of article, author must ensure to cite at least 30% references of manuscripts published during the recent years (2008-2012). Only papers closely related to the author’s work should be included. References should be cited in the text as: Bourre (2005) or (Bourre, 2005), Kuscu and Var (2009) or (Kuscu and Var, 2009), Sambuca et al. (2001) or (Sambuca et al., 2001). The list of references at the end of manuscript must be arranged alphabetically and each reference in the list should appear in the following form:
Bourre JM. Dietary omega-3 Fatty acids and psychiatry: mood, behaviour, stress, depression, dementia and aging. J Nutr Health Aging 2005; 9(1):31-8.
Kuscu NK and Var A. Oxidative stress but not endothelial dysfunction exists in non-obese, young group of patients with polycystic ovary syndrome. Acta Obstet Gynecol Scand 2009; 88:612–617.
Sambuca T, Viral H, Haram M. Oxidative stress in polycystic ovary syndrome and its contribution to the risk of cardiovascular disease. Clan Biochem 2001; 34:407–413.
Authors are expected to avoid citing references to books, monographs, proceedings or thesis due to limited availability everywhere. If necessary to cite, these should include: 1) author(s) or editor(s); 2) year of publication, 3) title, 4) edition, 5) Publisher and place of publication and 6) beginning and final page numbers of the relevant chapter.
Reference to proceedings of Symposia/Congresses must include: (1) author(s), (2) title of the article, (3) Symposium/Congress title, (4) city and country where held, (5) day, month and year of the event and (6) page numbers of the article.
Tables should be arranged as table form (not picture). These should be as few as possible and should contain only essential data. Each table must be typewritten on separate sheet and Arabic numbered according to its sequence in the text and arranged after text. Duplication of the data in the text and tables is not allowed.
Figures Each figure must be numbered and a short descriptive caption must be provided. A computer drawn figure with good contrast is acceptable. Sometimes, raw data for graphs may be required in Excel sheet when the article is accepted for publication. Graphic files for diagrams and figures may be converted to *.pcx, *.tiff, *.jpg format. These files should not exceed 1 MB in size.
Any article accepted for publication/published in the Indian Journal of Pharmacology will be the copyright of the journal. The journal has the right to publish the accepted articles in any media (print, electronic or any other) any number of times. The authors should agree to transfer copyright and sign a declaration to this effect.