Instructions for contributors to the Journal of Mycopathological Research


1. SCOPE OF THE JOURNAL


Journal of Mycopathological Research is an international journal open to contributions of merit dealing with all aspects of basic and experimental mycology, plant pathology, virology, bacteriology and other allied disciplines. Each manuscript submitted to Journal of Mycopathological Research must be an original research report that has not been submitted published elsewhere either as a part or full..

Two types of manuscripts can be submitted to Journal of Mycopathological Research for publication : full-length articles and short communications.

Full-length articles : Manuscripts should be of a length of 3-10 pages (A-4 size) generally and the length of the paper should be consistent with the extent and scope of the data presented in the manuscripts.

Short communications : Manuscripts should not be more than 3 pages (A-4 size) in length and it must represent either a preliminary report or a complete data of an important research contribution.

Besides these two types of manuscripts, the Editor may consider for publication of review articles on any of the above disciplines.


2. SUBMISSION OF MANUSCRIPT


Corrosponding / Communicating author must be member of Indian Mycological Society.

Authors should submit their articles to the Journal of Mycopathological Research online to facilitate quicker and more efficient processing. Electronic submission substantially reduces the editorial processing and reviewing time and shortens overall publication time.

For online submission of manuscript please log in directly to the site www.imskolkata.org and upload your manuscript following on screen instructions. The Text and Table must be in MS-Word while Figures should be in JPEG Format. In case of problems during the submission process please contact us through email (ims.kolkata@yahoo.com).

No manuscript will be received by hand/post/e-mail.



3. PREPARATION OF MANUSCRIPT


Submit manuscript prepared in the following order :


  • 1: Name, address, telephone, e-mail and fax number of author to whom all correspondence should be sent.

  • 2: Title of article, author(s), full name (s) institution address (es) with pin code.

  • 3: Abstract and Key words.

  • 4: Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results and Discussion, Acknowledgement and References.

  • 5 : Table(s)

  • 6 : Figure(s) and Photograph(s)


4. Format


  • Title: The title should clearly indicate the important aspects of the article and preferably in not more lthan 100 characters and space.

  • Abstract: Limit abstract to one paragraph of 200 words.

  • Key words: List preferably in alphabetic order the words or phrase that are not in the title and abstract.

  • Introduction: Give a concise account of the previous works done indicating clearly the importance of the works tackled in the present case. Point out clearly the existing problems and mention whether all the problems have been tackled or not. If not the reasons may also be stated.

  • Text: After the introductory statement the rest of the material should be presented in Materials and Methods, Results and Discussion, Acknowledgement, and References. Further subheading may be used, if very much necessary, but excessive fragmentation of the text should always be avoided.

    In measurement SI units should be used. Numericals should be used before standard units of measurement.

    Commonly used symbols and abbreviations should be used.

    Latin binomials should be underlined and include citation of authors in all cases at the first introduction in the text.

    In all cases, indicate the source of cultures and mention the designation of cultures obtained from or deposited in a recognised collection centres, national or international. In all cases the voucher culture or specimen(s) should be deposited in a national or international collection centre and to mention the same in the text with the deposit number of the said institute.

    The term cultivar should be mentioned for agronomic and horticultural verieties of the crop and the complete source of the cultivar should be clearly mentioned in the text.

    All the experimental results should be presented with statistical analysis. The statistical methods should be described in detail.

  • Figures and Photographs: Each figure should be labelled with the figure number, Captions should be clearly described so that the figure is intelligible individually. Photographs either black and white/colour should be clear and labelled with number.
    The table and legends of the photographs should be self explanatory so that each photograph is intelligible. Magnification, wherever necessary, must be given. Authors are encouraged to submit coloured photographs of high resolution (300 dpi).

  • Tables:Each table should be labelled with table number. The title and legends of the tables should be self-explanatory so that each table is intelligible.

  • References: References should be given in alphabetical order of the surname of the author. Name of the journal, books, monograh and thesis should be underlined or italic typed. Volume number to be double underlined or bold typed and starting and ending page numbers are to be given. Issue number is not required. References cited older than 10 years are not encouraged

    Jadaik, CV.L. and Kapoor, J.N. 1975, Cultural studies on some edible fungi. Ind. Jour. Mushroom.. 1: 23-29.

    Please go through the latest issue of the journal.


5. COPYRIGHT


Authors submitting a manuscript for publication in the Journal of Mycopathological Research do so on the condition that,if it is accepted for publication, copyright in the article shall be assigned exclusively to the Publisher including the right to reproduce the article in all forms and media.

The Publisher will not impose any restriction on the author for using the published article for his/ her own personal uses.



6. OFFPRINTS


Because of the high cost of publishing, no offprints are given to author. However, offprints will be made available on payment of extra charges and the same must be informed to the Editor during returning the galley proof along with the charges in demand draft.



7. REVIEW OF MANUSCRIPTS


Each author is requested to kindly inform name, address, e-mail and contact number of at least three referees in his field of research.

Each manuscript will be reviewed by two independent referees. Each referee will send his specific recommendations to the Editor of journal . If there is disagreement in the recommendation of the refrees, the Editor may send the paper to third referee. Finally, the Editor is responsible for judging the suitability of manuscripts for publication in journal.



  • Submit the revised manuscript online : Please upload corrected manuscript point-by-point to the comments made by the refrees/reviewers/Editor along with the original manuscript.

  • After receiving the revised manuscript : Acceptance of the article will be sent with processing charge. processing charge is fixed as per number of printed pages. Seperate processing charge is fixed for colour figures. Corresponding author will be responsible for paying the processing charge in full Processing charge must be paid within 15 days of receiving acceptance, otherwise publication will be delayed.

Symbols and abbreviations commonly used in Journal of Mycopathological Research


Prefixes to the Units
of Volume names of units
Units of time
Kilo (101) K second sec
Deca (102) D hour hr
Mega (106) M day day
Giga (109) G month month
Tera (1012) T year yr
deci (10-1) d    
centi (10-2) c Units of concentration
mili (10-3) m molar M
micro (10-6) u millimolar mM
nano (10-9) n micromolar uM
pico (10-12) p    
femto (10-15) f Units of length
atto (10-18) a meter m
liter l centimeter cm
milliliter ml millimeter mm
microlitre ul micrometer um
Units of mass nanometer nm
Kilogram kg Angstrom (0.1) Ao
gram g    
milligram mg Units of temperature
microgram ug Kelvin K
    Celsius 0C

 
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Volume 55
Number 1
April 2017