Instructions for Authors
Ethics and Responsibilities
The policies and guidelines are in place to protect the quality and integrity of forms of scholarly practice and research, as well as the reputations of the publications produced by Current Research Web Publications. By submitting a manuscript for publication, each author explicitly confirms that the manuscript meets the highest ethical standards for authors and coauthors.
Manuscripts are to be submitted
or (Use one only)
All authors will be notified that the article has been submitted. You will get acknowledgment within 24 hrs of submission of paper.as well as, within 7-10 days, you will get review report.
Manuscript should contain titles such as: Abstract, Introduction, Materials & Methods, Results & Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgement and finally References. No other subheadings should be given in the manuscript
The manuscripts should be organized in a 12 pt Times New Roman font with 1.5 line spacing and single column. The text, tables and figures must be in one document.
Full address of authors should be placed below the Title including mail address, phone number and e-mail address of the author of correspondence.
The following information should appear: title of article; first name, middle initial, and last name of author(s); name and address of the institution(s) or organization(s) where the work was done. Identify the corresponding author and provide full mailing address, phone, and e-mail address. Authors are urged to indicate exactly how they want their names to appear. When authors are affiliated with more than one department or unit within an institution or with more than one institution, superscript numbers are used to indicate each author's address. As well as , the title of manuscript should be short , informative, clearly and accurately indicate the contents of the Articles or Communications and should be expressed in adequate scientific terms. No abbreviations should be used in the titles.
Should state briefly the purpose and method of the study, the significant results and conclusions. Please provide a short abstract of 150 to 250 words. The abstract does not contain references, figures, or tables. Abstracts are reprinted separately by abstracting services and therefore must be meaningful without reference to the body of the paper.
Please provide 5 to 8 key words.
It provides the reader with sufficient background information to evaluate the results of the research. The introduction also gives the rationale for and objectives of the study that is being reported .This should not be longer than 1.5 pages of typed manuscript.
Materials and Methods
Sufficient information must be provided so all standard procedures must be complete enough so that results can be verified by other laboratories. The research design, patients/subjects, material used, means of confirming diagnoses, and statistical methods should be included. Papers with statistical analysis should be prepared in consultation or coauthorship with someone who has statistical expertise.
The Results section provides information by means of text, tables, and figures. results and discussion may be combined, or there may be a separate Discussion section. This section may be divided into subsections if it facilitates reading the paper. Present results in a clear, orderly fashion, and include statistical findings to substantiate the results. All results based on methods must be included. If tables and graphic material will ease the understanding of the results, include them. However, when the results can be summarized easily in a narrative form, do not use tables. Cite figures to illustrate findings.
Do not extensively repeat the introduction or results sections. Provide an interpretation of the results in relation to known information. Start with limited, pertinent background information and then discuss the results of the investigation in light of what has been published in the past, the limitations of your study. The promise of further studies by the authors should be eliminated unless these are certain to be undertaken and should not be used as an excuse for study limitations. Authors should also avoid statements indicating theirs is the first study of its kind unless this can be documented and the work is truly unique. Where appropriate, cite figures and graphs.
Acknowledgements of people, grants, funds, etc. should be placed in a separate section before the References.
References should be arranged alphabetically by author without serial numbering. Reference accuracy is critical and authors are responsible for the accuracy of the references. Only articles that have been published or are in press should be included in the References. Journal articles and books must be cited by the following formats:
Ouyang, D., J. Bartholic and J. Selegean, 2005. Assessing Sediment Loading from Agricultural Croplands in the Great Lakes Basin. Journal of American Science, 1(2): 14-21.
Durbin, R., S.R. Eddy, A. Krogh and G. Mitchison, 1999. Biological Sequence Analysis: Probabilistic Models of Proteins and Nucleic Acids. Cambridge University Press.
A Chapter in a Book:
Leach, J., 1993. Impacts of the zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) on water quality and fish spawning reefs of Western Lake Erie. In Zebra mussels: biology, impacts and control, Eds., Nalepa, T. and D. Schloesser. Ann Arbor, MI: Lewis Publishers, pp: 381-397.
Makarewicz, J.C., T. Lewis and P. Bertram, 1995. Epilimnetic phytoplankton and zooplankton biomass and species composition in Lake Michigan, 1983-1992. U.S. EPA Great Lakes National Program, Chicago, IL. EPA 905-R-95-009.
Stock, A., 2004. Signal Transduction in Bacteria. In the Proceedings of the 2004 Markey Scholars Conference, pp: 80-89.
Strunk, J.L., 1991. The extraction of mercury from sediment and the geochemical partitioning of mercury in sediments from Lake Superior, M. S. thesis, Michigan State Univ., East Lansing, MI.
Authors should follow internationally agreed rules especially those adopted by the IUPAC-IUB Commission on Biochemical Nomenclature (CBN). The journal will essentially follow the rules defined in the IUPAC Manua1 of symbols and terminology for physico-chemical quantities and units (Butterworths, London), 1970.
Include author, date, title, availability information, and accession date, if needed such as, Occup Environ Med; 58(9): 575-581. Available at http://oem.bmj.com/cgi/cotent/abstract/85/9/575,published.Accessed 17 Sept 2001
Proofs will be sent via e-mail as an Adobe Acrobat PDF (Portable Document Format) file format. Acrobat Reader will be required in order to read the PDF. This software can be downloaded from the following website:
This will enable the file to be opened, read on screen and printed out in order to carry out any corrections.