Guide for Authors
GUIDE FOR AUTHORS OF ARSHI Veterinary Letters (ARSHI Vet. Lett.)
- Manuscripts must be original, have not been published previously in any scientific journal, that manuscripts are not being submitted for publication elsewhere, and will not be submitted to any media during the review process, unless the authors have officially withdrawn the manuscripts from ARSHI Vet. Lett. The statement must be stated in a statement of originality and copyright release form (Form A). >> DOWNLOAD Form A <<
- Manuscripts submitted are research topics which have not conflict with bioethical research.
- Manuscripts encompass a broad range of case report and research topics in veterinary fields.
- The journal is published 4 (fourth) times a year, i.e. February, May, August, and November.
- Manuscripts are written in English or Bahasa and use standard scientific usage.
- Manuscripts should be prepared in Microsoft Word format, except for Graphs using Microsoft Excel program and Figures using JPEG or PDF format.
- Manuscripts should be typed using ARSHI Vet. Lett. template and the total number of pages is 1-2.
- Tables (editabel), Graphs (editabel), and Figures (minimum 300 dpi) should be placed directly in the main manuscript.
- Manuscripts content should be arranged as the following order: Title, Name of the author(s) and their institutions, Abstract, Introduction, Case (for case study), Materials and Methods, Results and Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgment (if any), References.
- Manuscripts and Form A should be submitted electronically through online system: http://journal.ipb.ac.id/index.php/arshivetlett/index
Authors are unable to submit electronically could send the files to email (optional):
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TITLE (Word Style "BA_Title"). The title should accurately, clearly, and concisely reflect the emphasis and content of the paper. The title must be brief and grammatically correct.
AUTHOR NAMES (Word Style "BB_Author_Name"). Include in the byline all those who have made substantial contributions to the work, even if the paper was actually written by only one person. Use first names, initials, and surnames (e.g., John R. Smith) or first initials, second names, and surnames (e.g., J. Robert Smith). Do not use only initials with surnames (e.g., J. R. Smith) because this causes indexing and retrieval difficulties and interferes with unique identification of an author. Do not include professional or official titles or academic degrees. At least one author must be designated with an asterisk as the author to whom correspondence should be addressed.
AUTHOR ADDRESS (Word Style "BC_Author_Address"). The affiliation should be the institution where the work was conducted. If the present address of an author differs from that at which the work was done, indicate with a symbol and give the Present Address under Author Information. If more than one address, use symbols to match author names to address(es).
ABSTRACT: (Word Style “BD_Abstract”). All manuscripts must be accompanied by an abstract. The abstract should briefly state the problem or purpose of the research, indicate the theoretical or experimental plan used, summarize the principal findings, and point out the major conclusions. Abstract length is one paragraph.
Keywords: Keywords consist of maximum 5 words or phrases that separated by comma.
TEXT (Word Style "TA_Main_Text"). For full instructions, please see the journal’s Instructions for Authors. Do not modify the font in this or any other section, as doing so will not give an accurate estimate of the formatting for publication and final length of the paper.
FIGURES (Word Style "VA_Figure_Caption"). Each figure must have a caption that includes the figure number and a brief description, preferably one or two sentences. The caption should follow the format "Figure 1. Figure caption." All figures must be mentioned in the text consecutively and numbered with Arabic numerals. The caption should be understandable without reference to the text. Whenever possible, place the key to symbols in the artwork, not in the caption. To insert the figure into the template, be sure it is already sized appropriately and paste before the figure caption. For formatting double-column figures, see the instructions at the end of the template. Do NOT modify the amount of space before and after the caption as this allows for the rules, space above and below the rules, and space above and below the figure to be inserted upon editing.
SCHEMES (Word Style "VC_Scheme_Title"). Groups of reactions that show action are called schemes. Schemes may have brief titles describing their contents. The title should follow the format "Scheme 1. Scheme Title". Schemes may also have footnotes (use Word Style "FD_Scheme_Footnote"). To insert the scheme into the template, be sure it is already sized appropriately and paste after the scheme title. For formatting double-column schemes, see the instructions at the end of the template. Do NOT modify the amount of space before and after the title as this allows for the rules, space above and below the rules, and space above and below the scheme to be inserted upon editing.
CHARTS (Word Style "VB_Chart_Title"). Groups of structures that do not show action are called charts. Charts may have brief titles describing their contents. The title should follow the format "Chart 1. Chart Title". Charts may also have footnotes (use Word Style "FC_Chart_Footnote"). To insert the chart into the template, be sure it is already sized appropriately and paste after the chart title. For formatting double-column charts, see the instructions at the end of the template. Do NOT modify the amount of space before and after the title as this allows for the rules, space above and below the rules, and space above and below the chart to be inserted upon editing.
TABLES. Each table must have a brief (one phrase or sentence) title that describes its contents. The title should follow the format "Table 1. Table Title" (Word Style "VD_Table_Title"). The title should be understandable without reference to the text. Put details in footnotes, not in the title (use Word Style "FE_Table_Footnote"). Do NOT modify the amount of space before and after the title as this allows for the space above and below the table to be inserted upon editing.
Use tables (Word Style “TC_Table_Body”) when the data cannot be presented clearly as narrative, when many precise numbers must be presented, or when more meaningful interrelationships can be conveyed by the tabular format. Do not use Word Style “TC_Table_Body” for tables containing artwork. Tables should supplement, not duplicate, text and figures. Tables should be simple and concise. It is preferable to use the Table Tool in your word-processing package, placing one entry per cell, to generate tables.
Displayed equations can be inserted where desired making sure they are assigned Word Style "Normal". Displayed equations can only be one column wide. If the artwork needs to be two columns wide, it must be relabeled as a figure, chart, or scheme and mentioned as such in the text.
Supporting Information (optional): (Word Style “TE_Supporting_Information”). A listing of the contents of each file supplied as Supporting Information should be included. For instructions on what should be included in the Supporting Information as well as how to prepare this material for publication, refer to the journal’s Instructions for Authors.
Corresponding Author: * (Word Style “FA_Corresponding_Author_Footnote”). Give contact information for the author(s) to whom correspondence should be addressed.
Present Addresses: †If an author’s address is different than the one given in the affiliation line, this information may be included here.
Author Contributions: The manuscript was written through contributions of all authors. / All authors have given approval to the final version of the manuscript. / ‡These authors contributed equally. (match statement to author names with a symbol)
ACKNOWLEDGMENT (Word Style "TD_Acknowledgments"). Generally the last paragraph of the paper is the place to acknowledge people (dedications), places, and financing (you may state grant numbers and sponsors here). Follow the journal’s guidelines on what to include in the Acknowledgement section.
REFERENCES (Word Style "TF_References_Section"). References are placed at the end of the manuscript. Authors are responsible for the accuracy and completeness of all references.