Author Guidelines

  1. The manuscript is addressed to the editorial with a cover letter stating that the manuscript is never and will not be published in other journals and there is no conflict of interest in the names of the authors and research funds.
  2. The contents of the manuscript can be either research results or articles reviewing the thoughts of meta-analysis results, new theories, or important troubleshooting inputs.
  3. Manuscripts typed with a word processor (Microsoft Word or other similar), single-column and justified formats, double spacing, with a length of between 10-20 A4 size pages (including pictures and tables), Times New Roman 12-size font size.
  4. Especially for manuscripts that have been presented in the seminar to be given a cover letter that the manuscript has been rearranged and different.
  5. Manuscripts can be written in Indonesian or English. Each manuscript must be accompanied by two abstracts in Indonesian and English with a word count of 200-300 words. The abstract comes with 4-6 keywords
  6. The title is short, informative, in Indonesian, and English.
  7. Systematics of writing for articles in general are as follows:

        •Title (Indonesian and English)
        •The author's name is complete without any degree/status of student/position, along with the complete affiliate address of each author (name of institution, mailing address, city, zip code). Authors for correspondence to be tagged and completed with telephone number/fax and email.
•Abstracts and keywords (Indonesian and English)
•Introduction (containing background, problem formulation, and research objectives)
•Research Methods (includes a description of materials, equipment, time and location of research, work procedures)
•Results and Discussion
•Conclusions (presented in paragraph format, if any suggestions are included as part of the conclusion)
•Acknowledgments (if any)
1.The systematic writing of manuscripts in the form of a literature review (review) adjusts the content of the manuscript.
2.The presentation of images (including maps, graphics, and photographs) is titled at the bottom, single-spaced in a justified format, numbered consecutively. All preferred images are presented in black and white printed format. The graphs to be presented in full include the names of axes, units, numbers and data descriptions.
3.Table presentation is titled at the top, single-spaced, numbered consecutively. All tables are presented in black and white print format, with no vertical lines, without horizontal grids in the data section. The description of data and units should be written completely. Avoid displaying the results table of the data processing directly.
4.The mathematical equation to be written with Microsoft Equation and given the numbering on the right edge.
5.The preferred manuscript refers to references to high-priority levels (journals) and relatively recent (last 10 years). The literature reference uses the name-year system.
6.The bibliography should be carefully listed in alphabetical order, using the following conditions:
•Journal article: Author's name, year, title, journal/journal name, volume, number, first and last page.
•Ismail M., Fahmi A., Azab A., Abadir M., Fateen S.E.K. 2013. Optimizing The Sterilization Process of Canned Food Using Temperature Distribution Studies. Journal of Agriculture and Veterinary Science, 6(4), 26–33.