(1) Submission Methods:
- Manuscript Submission :DownLoad Word Format Template File
Paper submitted for publication should be sent to the magazine administration and electronic submission through email may also be encouraged.
The Microsoft Word file will be preferred.
Normal, Times New Roman, 10 pt, single space.
Don’t use “Footnote” or “Header and Footer”.
(5) Cover Letter:
Put the detail information of authors and the title.
Use Title Case in the title and subtitles.
(7) Figures and Tables:
Use Table (1), Fig (1):, e.g. "Table (1):". Concentration of total proteins”, “Fig (1):". SDS – Polyacrylamide gel”,
Cite references by “last name, year”, e.g. “(Smith, 2003)”. References should include all the authors’ last names and initials, title, journal, year, volume, issue, and pages etc. Reference Examples:
Journal Article: Hacker J, Hentschel U, Dobrindt U. (2003) Prokaryotic chromosomes and disease. Science; 301(34): 790-3.
Book: Berkowitz BA, Katzung BG. (1995) Basic and clinical evaluation of new drugs. In: Katzung BG, ed. Basic and clinical pharmacology. Appleton & Lance Publisher. Norwalk, Connecticut, USA., 60- 9.
(9) Submission Address:
email@example.com, The Egyptian Society of Pesticides, Central Agricultural Pesticide Laboratory (CAPL) building, 7 Nadi El-Said Street, Dokki, Giza, Egypt.
- Authors are encouraged to suggest 2 competent reviewers, one from Universities and the other from Research Center or Institutions, with their name, position and email.
- Manuscripts will be sent to reviewers blindly to assure complete transparency.
(1) Title page:
- - Manuscript Preparation : Each manuscript is suggested to
include the following components but authors can do their own ways:
Including the complete article title;
each author’s full name;
institution(s) with which each author is affiliated,
with city, state/province, zip code, and country; and the name,
complete mailing address,
telephone number, facsimile number (if available),
and e-mail address for all correspondence;
Including background, materials and methods, results, and discussions;
(5) 2.Materials and Methods.
(6) 3.Results (and Discussions).