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Guidelines for Authors


The International Journal of Life Sciences (IJLS) publishes research in all disciplines of Life Sciences, including STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) for life sciences; EcoSystem Management; Remote Sensing and Environmental Engineering; Forestry; Agriculture; Botany, Zoology, Biotechnology; Genetics; Photosynthesis; Green Energy; Microbiology; Environmental Biology; Taxonomy; and Applied Biology. Submission of papers in both basic and applied sciences, including current topics in environment, genomics, biotechnology, and medicinal ethnobiology are encouraged.


Types of Papers


The Journal publishes original articles; reviews; letters to the editor; educational perspectives in STEM for life sciences, science history, biographies; and case reports. In all publications, the abstract is limited to 250 words and key words are limited to 8 search entries that are not in the title and abstract.


Original Article


The maximum number of words (excluding the title, the abstract, the tables and figure legends) must be less than 3,000. The total number of tables and figures must not exceed 8. The total number of references are recommended not to exceed 50.


Review


The maximum number of words must be less than 6,000 including tables and figure legends.


Letter to the Editor


The maximum number of words must be less than 600 including those in the tables and figure legends. Usually, this section is for comments on recently published articles in the Journal and shall provide an opportunity for the authors to respond to such comments.


Educational Perspective, Including Those on History & Biography


This is a new section in this journal that is meant to encourage STEM education in the life sciences; thus, the sole purpose of this section is to advance life sciences through education. Submission of an educational article is by invitation from the editors of this journal. The maximum number of words (excluding the title) must be less than 2,000 including those in the tables and figure legends.


References


All references must be cited as follow:

Citations in the text with author’s last name and year of publication, as for example:

  • One author: (Asada 1984) or in-text as Asada (1984)
  • Two authors: (Badger and Price 1994) or Badger and Price (1994)
  • Three authors or more: (Brand et al. 1975) or Brand et al. (1995)

Multiple citation: Separate with semi-colons: (Gass and Varonis 1984; Thomas 2004; Wydrzynski et al. 2021) (Multiple citations within brackets are arranged in chronological order).

The year in the in-text citation should match the year in the reference list entry. Note that names of the organisms, as well as the journal must be in italics.


Articles in Journals


Asada K (1984) Chloroplasts: Formation of active oxygen and its scavenging. Methods Enzymol 105:422–429.

Badger MR, Price GD (1994) The role of carbonic anhydrase in photosynthesis. Annu Rev Plant Physiol Plant Mol Biol 45:369–392.

Brand JJ, Curtis VA, Togasaki RK, San Pietro A (1975) Partial reactions of photosynthesis in briefly sonicated Chlamydomonas: II. Photophosphorylation activities. Plant Physiol 55:187–191.


Article in a Book


Coleman JR, Green LS, Berry JA, Togasaki RK, Grossman AR (1985) Adaptation of C. reinhardtii to the air level of CO2 and the induction of carbonic anhydrase. In: Lucas WL, Berry JA (eds) Organic carbon uptake by aquatic photosynthetic organisms. American Society of Plant Physiologists, Rockville, pp 339–359.


Thesis


Thomas HK (2004) Training strategies for improving listeners; comprehension of foreign-accented speech (Doctoral dissertation). University of Colorado, Boulder.


Reviewers


Authors are requested to submit, with the manuscript, a letter with the full names of 3 potential reviewers (include contact information: address, e-mail, URL, and telephone). Please note that the editors retain the right to decide on the reviewers for the submitted paper.


Copyright


Upon acceptance of an article, authors will be requested to complete and sign the copyright transfer form online. Authors will ensure that prior permission has been obtained for reproducing all copyrighted figures and tables and such permissions must be included with the submission of the final paper.


Publication Fee:


Authors of the accepted manuscripts will pay the Journal a nominal fee to obtain the hardcopy of the printed Journal.


Contact details for submission:


Professor Ashwani Kumar
Editor in Chief, The International Journal of Life Sciences 2-Kha 14, Sector 2, Jawaharnagar, Jaipur 302004 (Rajasthan), India Email. kumar.ashwani104@gmail.com Mobile/cell phone: 91- 820-923-7459


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Ms. Reema Bagga
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