E-ISSN 2582-5178
 

IJLSAS, International Journal of Life Sciences and  Applied Science (Online) welcomes manuscripts ( the articles/ original research papers, case reports,  reviews, invited reviews, mini-reviews, and short communications)  from academicians, faculty members, research scholars, industry persons in the field of life sciences and applied sciences which includes botany, zoology, agricultural sciences, veterinary sciences, animal sciences, biotechnology, environmental sciences, etc.
Papers must be original in nature and may be submitted by the first author/ co-authors or corresponding author.
No parts of the research paper /review paper /article have been published or sent for publication anywhere.
All manuscripts will undergo peer review which will be fast and purposeful.
Before publication authors must get approval regarding publication in the IJLSAS from their institution or industry.
Manuscripts along with all the related documents /information should be submitted online by uploading at the menu/tab “Submit Article” of the home page journal website. If anyone finds complexity in the submission of manuscripts, he/she may contact to
e-mail: editorijlsas@gmail.com or may send to this e-mail as an attached file.
The manuscript must be written in "MS Word", "And Times New Roman" with a font size of 12pt in the English language. The research papers must have these sections as Title, Author Names, Institution  Address (where work is done), Abstract, Keywords, Introduction, Materials and methods, Results and Discussion, Conclusion ( not as subtitle), Acknowledgement (if any), and References.

Manuscript/Article Types
1)Original Research Articles
The manuscripts should be original in nature, research work or case studies, and its finding must be given in detail.
Case Studies: Novel /exclusive cases can be published.  Up to 2 - 4 Pages.
2) Short Communication
It must be 2 to 4 pages in length.
3) Review Papers
It includes current topics and contemporary issues with wide coverage. It should be 5 to 7 pages.


Title

The title of the manuscripts/research papers should be in bold case (font size 14). The title should be short and precise

The author's names should be on a normal face (font size 12). The author's names should be as first name, middle name( if any) followed by surnames.

The corresponding author should be denoted by an asterisk mark.

The corresponding author must ensure that all the co-authors must have aware of the contents of the submitted manuscript and all authors have approved it.

Abstract

The abstract must be typed in a single space. So it should be differentiated from the Introduction. Abstracts should briefly highlight the introduction, materials and methods, major and important results, and conclusion in one paragraph. It should be in between 100-200 words.

Key-words

Keywords should be four to six words after the abstract.

Introduction

It should start as the next paragraph after the abstract; The Introduction should highlight the importance/essence of the study. The purpose and significance of the investigation should be highlighted along with the background of the research work.

Materials and Methods   

This section should include all-important materials and instruments used to produce the results. This section should include the design of the Experiment and the different techniques used in the research work. The important methods used shall be described in short with references. Insignificant details may be avoided. All modifications of techniques and procedures should be explained properly. New techniques/methods or substantially modified techniques/methods may be mentioned in sufficient detail in clear language. The statistical analysis method used shall be clearly mentioned with used software.

Results and Discussions

The results with its discussion should be brief and compact.  It should be clear and precise. The results should be properly represented by tables and figures. The results must be explained along with discussions. The photographs should be clear, proper and sharp.

There should not be another title such as “Conclusions” at the end of the Discussion or with another paragraph.

Acknowledgment (if any): It should be before the reference after the section results and discussion.

References: References should be in alphabetical order.

Articles under preparation or articles submitted for publication, unpublished observations, etc. should not be used in the reference list.  The names of Journals should be abbreviated according to Chemical Abstracts.  Authors should maintain the accuracy of the references and they are fully responsible for it.

The reference should follow the following format.

Standard journal article (If more than two authors, the first six shall be listed followed by et al.)

For Journals, the format should be as follows: Author(s) of the article (surname first then initials).  Year of publication. Title of the  manuscript, Journal title abbreviated; volume number (issue number): page numbers.

Kumar A.B., Patil B.C., Patil B. B., Patel C.C. and  Yadav  P.K.  2019.Effect of genetic and non-genetic factors on performance traits of Goats . Int. J. Life. Sci.,1(1): 50-56

In case if  an author has cited two or more works published during the same year, then it should be  should be distinguished by a lower case letter like a and b after the date.

For Format for books and another monograph: Author AC, Author CB, Author AC. Title of Book. Edition, Volume, Publisher, City, year, page numbers.

Kumar AB. Indian Science. Edn 1, Vol. I, XYZ Publication, N.Jersey, 2019, 123-157.

For Patent Reference: Parihar, A. K., Singh, S. and Patel, S., A Formulation for pain relief in goats, Indian Patent House, No. 1111/DEL/2018 dated 2/04/018

For Website Reference: http:/www.india.com. 21 May, 2010.

Disclaimer: Articles published on International Journal of Life Sciences and Applied Sciences (IJLSAS) (http://www.ijlsas.com/,ISSN Online 2582-5178) have been authenticated by the Authors, peer-reviewed and commented by editors before publishing online. Authors of papers /articles etc are completely responsible for contents/matters and other related matters. For any inaccurate and misleading data if present ( in papers /articles etc) ; IJLSAS, its editors and the editorial board are not responsible for that.In case of any queries or infringement occurs, it is subject to Patna (Bihar, India) jurisdiction.

The processing charge of each paper/article is Rs 2500/-(INR) for Indian Nationals/poor/developing countries .

Other countries

50 US dollar/Rs 4000 (Indian Currency).

Note:Make payment only after processing of paper/article but before final publication.

Processing Fees can be waived off, if the economic condition of the authors are not sufficient to pay for. The decision of the editorial board is final in this regard

To Make Payment : Click the link below

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