The Entomological Society of India
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Manuscripts to be submitted online at http://www.indianjournals.com/ijor.aspx?target=ijor:ije&type=home
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INSTRUCTION TO AUTHORS
Submit your findings to IJE
Indian Journal of Entomology, is a leading journal in entomological science published quarterly by The Entomological Society of India. The Society invites and accepts contributions from the members. After requisite peer reviewing, it publishes original articles on various aspects of entomology – both basic and applied, covering taxonomy, toxicology, ecology, biodiversity, pest management and pesticides, biopesticides and botanicals, biotechnological approaches in entomology, inclusive of latest trends in frontier technologies like application of remote sensing, and crop-pest modeling. Article should be original, indicate period (years) of experimentation, based on data of minimum 2 years for full research paper, must not be the work of more than 5 years old. The review papers, research papers, and short notes should not exceed 30, 20 and 7 typed pages including tables and figures respectively.
TITLEshould be short, specific and informative. The title page should include the name(s) of author(s), affiliation, and mailing address with e-mail of corresponding author, a running short title not exceeding 40 characters. By-line should contain the place (organization) where research was conducted.
ABSTRACTwritten in complete and simple sentences, should not be more than 150 words. Key words (maximum seven) must be given; and these should appear just beneath the abstract.
INTRODUCTION part should be brief and limited to the problem or the aim and scope of the experiment. MATERIALS AND METHODS relevant details should be given including experimental design and the technique(s) used along with appropriate statistical methods used clearly along with the year of experimentation (field and laboratory).
RESULTS AND DISCUSSIONshould be combined, to avoid repetition. Results should be supported by brief but adequate tables or graphic or pictorial presentations, wherever necessary. Self-explanatory tables should be typed on separate sheets; tables should fit in the normal page lay-out. All recent relevant literature should be discussed critically. All figures including drawings, graphs and diagrams should be formatted preferably by MS Word. If drawn in Excel, the data file may also be submitted along with graphs. Scanned images of photographs must be on quality glossy paper (hardcopy), and softcopy should be in separate file (minimum 300 dpi resolution), in jpeg or tiff format. Line drawings and photographs should have legends. Original artwork should accompany 2 copies. Repetition in graphic and tabular matter ought to be avoided.
REFERENCESthe style of quoting references should be as follows, with journal names given in full.
Khandelwal, P., Choudhury, D., Ajanta, B., Reddy, M.K., Gupta, G.P. and Banerjee, N. 2004. Insecticidal pilin subunit from the insect pathogen Xenorhabdus nematophila. Journal of Bacteriology, 186(19): 6465-6476.
Rembold, H., Forster, H. and Czoppelt, C.H. 1987. Structure and biological activity of azadirachtins A and B. In: Proceedings of third neem conference, Nairobi, 1986. pp. 149-160.
Book and chapters:
Painter, R.H. 1951. Insect resistance in crop plants. McMillan Company, New York. 520p.
Prakash, V. 1996. Status distribution and breeding biology of lesser spotted eagle Aquila pomanna hastate in Keoladeo National Park, pp. 357-375. Meyburg, B.U. and R.D. Chancellor (eds.). Eagle Studies. World Working Group on Birds of Prey (WWGBP), London. 670pp.
Articles should be computer-typed (Times New Roman), double spaced throughout on A-4 size papers, and should be sent in triplicate along with a virus-free CD/floppy (MS-word). British spellings should be followed. All queries marked in the annotated MS by editor/reviewer(s) must be replied and returned back promptly. Each author must be member of the Society (annual subscription fee Rs. 1000/-) and for each article a processing fee of Rs. 1000/- is to be paid. Charges may be paid by demand drafts, payable to “Entomological Society of India.” All submissions to be made online at indianjournals.com. See website entosocindia.org for more details, including bank details for payment. In case of online payment, it is essential to send transaction details once payment is done, only then receipt will be sent.
Manuscript and communications related to publication may be addressed to:
Entomological Society of India
Division of Entomology
IARI, Pusa, New Delhi-110 012