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A. Format & Style

Book Chapter: All Book chapters must be typed in A4 size (font size 12) in double space in single column with at least 1.5 inch margin on all sides. Authors should submit single word files that contains the following information.

  1. Title of the Chapter
  2. Author Name & Designation, Phone/Mobile Number, Email
  3. Abstract and Keywords
  4. Introduction
  5. Chapter Content
  6. References

B. Language: We publish books in English only

C. References: We advocate the citation of new papers; old references are better replaced with updated ones. The authors are responsible for the correctness of references. References should be kept to a minimum and listed in alphabetical order. Personal communication and unpublished data should not be included in reference list. The list of reference at the end of the text should be in the following format. The authors are responsible for the correctness of references.

In the text, references should be cited as follows: two authors (Mohali and Bhowmik, 2019), three or more authors (Mullar et al., 2017). Listing of references in the text should be chronological separated by semicolon, e.g. (Smith, 1987; John, 1999; Moriss et al., 2000).

Reference at the end

  • Barmudoi, B., Bharali, B., 2016. Effects of light intensity and quality on physiological changes in winter rice (Oryza Sativa L.). International Journal of Environmental & Agriculture Research 2, 65–76.
  • Acharya, S., Mishra, H.P., Dash, D., 2002. Efficacy of insecticides against okra jassid, Amrasca biguttula biguttula Ishida. Annals of Plant Protection Science 10, 230-232.
  • No author given

    Anonymous, 1943. The slide germination method of evaluating protectant fungicides. Phytopathology 33 (2), 627–632.

    Books Personal author(s)

    Atwal, A.S., 1976. Agricultural pest of India and South East Asia. Kalyani pub., Ludhiana, Punjab, India, pp. 256-257.

    Chapter in a book

    Chang, G.C., Kareiva, P., 1999. The case for indigenous generalists in biological control. In: Theoretical approaches to biological control, (Eds.) Hawkins, B.A. and H.V. Cornell. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom, pp. 103-115.

    Published proceedings paper

    Chundawat, G.S., Sharma, U.S., 2003. Bio-efficacy of some newer acaricides against red spider mite on brinjal. In: Proceedings of the National Symposium on Frontier Areas of Entomological Research, New Delhi, November 5-7, pp. 287-288.

    Dissertation or thesis

    Manjulatha, M., 1999. Bio-efficacy of certain newer insecticides against spider mite, Tetranychus neocaledonicus Andre (Acari: Tetranychidae) on vegetables. M.Sc. (Agri.,) Thesis, Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore, India, p. 92.

    For Website Reference: http://www.biospace.com. 27 May, 2001.

    D. Editorial Procedures:

    All papers considered appropriate for this book will be reviewed anonymously by at least two reviewers. The review process usually takes 2-3 weeks. Papers/book chapter are accepted for publication subject to no substantive, stylistic editing. The Editor reserves the right to make any necessary changes in the content, or request the author to do so, or reject the book/chapter submitted. A copy of the edited book/chapter along with the first proofs will be sent to the author for proofreading. It should be corrected and returned to the Editor within seven days. Once the final version of the paper has been accepted, authors are requested not to make further changes to the text.

    E. Deadline:

    The final date for submission of contributions will be different for each book and will be finalized by the Editor –in –Chief of each book.

    F. Submission of Articles:

    Authors are invited to submit their manuscripts strictly following the Author Guidelines through online mode or through E-mail: [email protected], incase any query you may call to +91-9863023086.