Title-Author's Name(s) and Affiliation - Abstract
- Introduction - Materials and Methods - Results
- Discussion - References Acknowledgements -
1. Title: This
should be concise and descriptive. A shortened
version of the title, not "exceeding 50
characters, should be provided as a running
title at the top of the odd-numbered pages except
the first page.
2. Author's Name(s):
This should be given in the form of initials
and last name for each author. Affiliation of
each author follows the names. Initials and
surnames of all authors, or only surname in
case of more than 2 authors, are given at the
top of each even - numbered page.
3. Abstract: Every
paper begins with an abstract which should provide
a clear and factual synopsis of the entire paper
in a length of about 3% of the full paper.
Key words: Authors must give 3-8 "Key words"
or phrases which identify the most important
subjects covered by the paper.
This briefly states objectives of the study
and a rationale, as well as reference(s) to
pertinent information previously obtained if
any. Use generally accepted abbreviations and
spell them out at their first appearance.
5. Materials and Methods: Adopted methods should
be described briefly, new ones in detail. Use
the international standard units and common
6. Results: These
should be presented in a concise, objective
and orderly fashion avoiding speculation and/or
interpretation. Each table should be presented
on a separate page, numbered with Arabic numerals
and provided with an informative heading. Illustrations
should be made on white drawing paper, or tracing
cloth using Indian ink, or by computer graphics.
Below each figure an informative legend is given.
Photographs should be glossy prints with sharp
detail. Tables and Figures should be placed
within the text properly after the first announcement
This should include a concise interpretation
of results obtained, their special and/or general
significance and possible identity with or discrepancy
from previous findings. Results and Discussion
could be combined in one item if necessary.
Work referred to in the text should bare the
name of its author(s) followed by year of publication,
e.g. (Hamed, 1975). In case of more than two
authors, abbreviate to the first surname and
et al., and year of publication should be given.
References at the end of the manuscript are
arranged consecutively in an alphabetical order
according to the senior author's name. Each
reference cited should include: all authors
names, year of publication, title of article
in full, name of journal, volume number, and
inclusive pages in this order, e.g. Shahin,
S. A. and S. A. Maher, 1974. Genetic behaviour
of protein percentages in broad beans Vicia
faba L. Egypt J. Genet. Cytol., 3: 229235. In
the case of a book: name of publisher and places
of publication should be included.
9. Arabic Summary :
This should be adequate and informative enough.
It is not necessarily to be a typical translation
of the English Abstract. Arabic manuscripts
must be ended with an English Summary.