Information For Authors
Manuscripts should be prepared using a standard word processing program and presented in a clear readable format with easily identified sections and headings.
Manuscript layout directions
- Typed with 1.5 line spacing (A4 format) with numbered pages;
- Font Times New Roman 12 should be used for the text and Times New Roman 11 for tables and references;
- The sections should typically be assembled in the following order: Title, Authors, Authors' full affiliations including department and post/zip codes, Corresponding author, Abstract, Keywords, Introduction, Materials and methods, Results and Discussion, Conclusions, Acknowledgements, Conflict of Interest, References, Tables, List of figure captions;
- Footnotes in the main text are to be avoided.
The title needs to be concise and informative. It should: (i) arrest the attention of a potential reader scanning a journal or a list of titles; (ii) provide sufficient information to allow the reader to judge the relevance of a paper to his/her interests; (iii) contain no more than 170 characters including spaces.
Authors and affiliations
The names and affiliations of the authors should be presented as follows:
Mirjana Beribaka1*, Selma Hafizović2, Amela Pilav3, Mirela Džehverović3, Damir Marjanović2,4,5, Jasmina Čakar3
1University of East Sarajevo, Faculty of Technology, Zvornik, Bosnia and Herzegovina
2University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Science, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
3Institute for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
4International Burch University (IBU), Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
5Institute for Anthropological Research, Zagreb, Croatia
*Correspondence: E-mail: email@example.com
Abstract should contain up to 250 words. It should be complete and understandable with no references. It is important to attract the attention of potential readers. The context and the rationale of the study are presented succinctly to support the objectives. The experimental methods and main results are summarized but should not be overburdened by numerical or probability values. The abstract ends with a short and clear conclusion.
Keywords (3 to 5 words) should be short and specific separated with commas.
The introduction briefly outlines the context of the work, presents the current issues that the authors are addressing and the rationale to support the objectives and clearly defines the objectives. This section should include references relevant to the research. For hypothesis driven research, the hypothesis under test should be clearly stated.
Materials and methods
Materials and methods should be described in sufficient details so that it is possible for others to repeat the experiment. This section can contain subtitles if necessary.
Results and discussion
This section should present only the author's own results and observations on the results, their significance for the subject-matter in question and a comparison with the results of other authors in the same field. The discussion section should avoid extensive repetition of the results.
In conclusions section summarize main points of your research.
In this section, the authors may acknowledge (max two sentences) their support staff, their funding sources (with research funder and/or grant number), their credits to companies or copyrighted material, etc.
Conflict Of Interest
Authors should declare any conflict of interest.
References should be cited in the text as follows: "The procedure used has been described elsewhere (Green, 1978), "or "Our observations are in agreement with those of Brown and Black (1979) and of White et al. (1980),"or with multiple references, in chronological order: "Earlier reports (Brown and Black, 1979, 1981; White et al., 1980; Smith, 1982, 1984).... ".
In the list of references papers should be given in alphabetical order according to the surname of the first author.
Hodgkin AL, Huxley AF (1952a) The components of membrane conductance in the giant axon of Loligo. J Physiol (Lond) 116:473-496.
Hodgkin AL, Huxley AF (1952b) The dual effect of membrane potential on sodium conductance in the giant axon of Loligo. J Physiol (Lond) 116:497-506.
Shibamoto T, Bjeldanes LF (1993) Introduction to food toxicology. Academic Press Inc, San Diego.
Chapter in a book
Rodricks JV (2009) Food. In: Lippmann M. (ed) Environmental toxicants: Human exposures and their health effects. John Wiley & Sons Inc, Hoboken, pp. 197-239.
Tables with title should be submitted within manuscript file after the Reference section.
Figures (including graphs) should be submitted as separated jpg. or png. files, named by “Figure 1”. Figure title for each figure should be listed in main document after Tables or References section. A legend must be provided for each illustration.