For Papers in Hindi (Kurtidev-10) , and English (Times New Roman) of the manuscript in your submission.
Author(s) should follow the latest edition of APA style in referencing. Please visit www.apastyle.org to learn more about APA style.
Some Specific examples of references
Goldberg, D., B. Cornat and Y. Bar, 1991. The distribution of roots, water, and minerals as a result of trickle irrigation. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci., 96: 645–648.
Fu, J., N.F. Weeden, J.R. Kikkert, B. Wang and S.K. Brown, 1999. Development of a BAC library from Russian Seedling R12740-7A, an apple selection with two genes conferring resistance to scab. Plant & Animal Genome VII (Abstr. P108).
ABSTRACT FOR HORTICULTURAL ABSTRACTS
Guariento, M. 1977. Semi-forcing and protection of table grapes. Vignevini (1977) 4(6/7): 39-46.
(Hort. Abstr., 48(3): 2195; 1978),
Hartmann, H.T., D.E. Kester and F.T. Davies, Jr. 2002. Plant Propagation: Principles and Practice. Seventh Edition. Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ.
Janick, J., J.N. Cummins, S.K. Brown and M. Hemmat, 1996. Apples. p.1-77. In: Fruit Breeding,
Volume I: Tree and Tropical Fruits, J. Janick and J.N. Moore (eds.). John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Brown, S.K., R.C. Lamb and D.E. Terry, 1986. Peach and nectarine varieties in New York state.
NY Food Life Sci. Bull. 117. Cornell Univ., Geneva, NY.
WSU Apple Breeding Program, 2004, <http://hort.tfrec.wsu.edu/breed.php>
American Society for Horticultural Science. Tropical Region, 2000. Proc. XVIII Annu. Mtg., Miami, 25–30 Oct. 2000. (Proc. Trop. Reg. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci., 14).
Johnson, H.A., J.L. McLaughlin and J. Gordon, 1996. Monthly variations in biological activity of Asimina triloba (The North American pawpaw tree). Progress in New Crops: Proceedings of the Third National New Crops Symposium (J. Janick, ed.), John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1996, p. 609-614.
U.S. Department of Agriculture, 2006. Agricultural statistics for 2005. U.S. Dept. Agr., Washington, D.C.
THESIS OR DISSERTATION
Morse, S.I. 2000. The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society and the Urban Landscape, 1827–1927. Ph.D. Diss., Temple University, 2000. 188 pp.
LENGTH OF THE PAPER
The total length of the paper should not exceed 2000 words (Includes abstract, table, chart, reference etc). Authors are requested to strictly follow the prescribed length. Paper containing more than 2000 words will be charged extra or returned to the author(s) to abridge.
TIPS FOR TEXT FORMATTING
|Title||FACTORS AFFECTING FRUIT ABORTION IN A GYNOECIOUS CUCUMBER CULTIVAR||Factors affecting fruit abortion in a gynoecious cucumber cultivar|
|Author(s) name||A. TAZUKE, P. BOONKORKAEW, S. HIKOSAKA AND N. SUGIYAM Or Tazuke A., Boonkorkaew P., Hikosaka S. and Sugiyama N.||A. Tazuke, P. Boonkorkaew, S. Hikosaka and N. Sugiyama Initials followed by surname and use “and” before last authors name if the number is more than one.|
|Main headings||ABSTRACT,INTRODUCTION, MATERIALS AND METHODS, RESULTS AND DISCUSSION, REFERENCES, ACKNOWLEDGEMENT||Abstract, Introduction, Materials and methods, Results and discussion, References, Acknowledgement Please use upper lower case|
|Sub headings||Evaluation of the initial period of slow growth: To evaluate the effect of the sum of RGRs, the sum of GRs, and the number of competing fruit on the period of initial slow growth,||Evaluation of the initial period of slow growth: To evaluate the effect of the sum of RGRs, the sum of GRs, and the number of competing fruit on the period of initial slow growth, Subheading should be bold followed with colon and then the text (not bold).|
|Paragraphs||To evaluate the effect of the sum of RGRs, the sum of GRs, and the number of competing fruit on the period of initial slow growth, Indent by using tab key or space bar not required||To evaluate the effect of the sum of RGRs, the sum of GRs, and the number of competing fruit on the period of initial slow growth, Start paragraph from first column|
- Use Times New Roman 12 points for text
- You can read a reprint at the end of the file for more clarity of the formatting style.
Please don’t format the manuscript in two columns as given in reprint, formatting will be done by the press.
(Use titles of the journal as per abbreviation list given in this section)
References list should include only published, significant, and relevant sources accessible through a library or an information system. These include research papers, books, thesis, dissertations, proceedings, bulletins, reports, and published abstracts. Unpublished work, or information received personally should be noted parenthetically in the text [e.g., “(M.K. Singh, unpublished data)” or “(J.B. Howard, personal communication)”]. Manuscripts submitted to a publisher may not be used in literature citations unless the work has been accepted for publication, and the work may be cited as “(In press.)” at the end of the citation.
All citations mentioned in the text must be included in the references; also, all references listed in the References must be cited at least at one place in the text. Check the reference list against literature citations in the text before submitting the manuscript for publication. When two or more citations are listed in the text, list the citations alphabetically first, then chronologically, e.g., “(Kader, 2001; Sharma, 2003, 2004; Stassen, 1996).” Authors should ensure that each reference is complete, accurate, and traceable. Authors must see the original source and do not copy a reference from a previous list of citations, because the odds are that at least one error will be copied.
Literature citations follow the last name(s) of the author(s) and the year of the publication cited in the text. References are arranged alphabetically (letter by letter not word by word) by last names of authors (then initials if last names are the same) and chronologically if duplicate author names appear.
If a work has no author, give the name of the organization (committee, agency, etc.) responsible for the publication. If no authority is known, credit the work to the publisher, not to Anonymous. If an editor or editors is given, their names are followed by “(ed.)” or “(eds.),” respectively.
Following the name(s) of the author(s), give the year of publication (the copyright or publication date listed on the publication) followed by a period. If more than one work by the same author or set of authors is cited, list the publications in chronological order and, if the year is also identical, insert lowercase letters (in alphabetical sequence) after the date. All single-authored articles of a given individual precede multiple-authored articles of which that individual is senior author.
Titles should be lowercase except for the first word, proper names, or certain foreign-language conventions. Do not italicize titles except for words or phrases italicized in the title of the published work. Do not use quotation marks around titles. If an article, book, or chapter title has a subtitle (indicated by a dash, colon, semicolon, smaller type, or different typeface), place a colon before the subtitle and capitalize the first letter of the first word. Never abbreviate titles. Titles of non-English publications should retain their native spelling and diacritical marks. Languages that capitalize nouns (such as German) retain their capitalization, but the rest of the title should follow style in lowercase.
Do not translate titles into English unless a translated copy was used. Titles that have been translated or transliterated into Roman characters should carry a parenthetical note [e.g., “(in Spanish)”] before the period ending the title.
Don’t abbreviate the titles with one-word names, e.g., HortScience, Euphytica, Hilgardia, Nature,Phytopathology, Science. Italicize publication titles. Capitalize the first letter of all words, but delete extraneous prepositions and articles. Abbreviate the roots of words when they stand alone or with a prefix, e.g., Anal. Biochem. (See “Abbreviations for Citation” for abbreviations of commonly used words in periodical titles.) Give the volume number in Arabic numerals, followed by the issue number (if available) in Arabic numerals in parentheses. Issue numbers are only necessary if the publication’s pages are renumbered from 1 with each issue within a volume. The pagination of the publication follows, connected to the volume number and/or issue number by a colon, and one space after “:” 56(6): 545–548. Give full pagination, e.g., use “1081–1082,” not “1081–2” or “1081–02.”
Common precautions while formatting references
|Surname of the first author followed by initials. Initials of second author followed by surname. Each author name separated by “,” Use “and” to separate author name if authors more than two.||Goldberg, D., Cornat B. and Bar Y. 1991. The distribution of roots, water, and minerals as a result of trickle irrigation. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 96: 645-648.||Goldberg, D., B. Cornat and Y. Bar, 1991. The distribution of roots, water, and minerals as a result of trickle irrigation. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci., 96: 645648.|
|No space between initials||N. F. Weeden||N.F. Weeden|
|In case of more than 2 authors comma after the surname of the last author||Goldberg, D., B. Cornat and Y. Bar. 1991.||Goldberg, D., B. Cornat and Y. Bar, 1991.|
|Please use comma after the name of the journal||Goldberg, D., B. Cornat and Y. Bar, 1991. The distribution of roots, water, and minerals as a result of trickle irrigation. J. Amer.Soc. Hort. Sci. 96: 645-648.||Goldberg, D., B. Cornat and Y. Bar, 1991. The distribution of roots, water, and minerals as a result of trickle irrigation. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci., 96: 645648.|
|Space between colon and page number||J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 96:645-648.||J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci., 96: 645648.|
|Use “-“ between page numbers not “—“||96: 645—648.||96: 645-648.|
|Use stop at the end of the Reference||J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 96: 645-648||J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci., 96: 645648.|
|Name of the journal in italics||J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 96: 645-648||J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci., 96: 645648.|
Electronic citations should include: (i) Name of author, editor, compiler, or translator of the source. (ii) Year of electronic publication; (iii) Title; (iv) Complete electronic address.
Please follow following abbreviations for title of the journal
The following list gives some of the more commonly used abbreviations in literature citations (note the words that are not abbreviated). When the proper abbreviation is in doubt, spell out the word; editors will abbreviate if appropriate. Generally, any word ending in “ology” is abbreviated “ol.” And any word ending in “culture” is abbreviated “cult.”
Word Abbreviation Word Abbreviation
Abstract Abstr. Culture Cult.
Academy Acad. Cytology, -ical Cytol.
Acta Acta Department Dept.
Advances Adv. Development Dev.
Agriculture Agr. Digest Dig.
Agronomy Agron. Disease Dis.
America, -an Amer. Dissertation Diss.
Analytical Anal. Distribution Distrib.
Annals Ann. Division Div.
Annual Annu. Ecology, -ical Ecol.
Applied Appl. Economy Econ.
Archives Arch. Education Educ.
Associate(s), -ed Assoc. Encyclopedia Encycl.
Association Assn. Engineers, -ring Eng.
Australian Austral. Enology Enol.
Austrian Aust. Entomology, -ical Entomol.
Biochemistry Biochem. Environment Environ.
Biology Biol. Experiment Expt.
Biotechnology Biotechnol. Extension Ext.
Botany Bot. Fertilizer Fert.
Breeding Breeding Food Fd.
British, Britain Brit. Forestry For.
Bulletin Bul. Gazette Gaz.
Bureau Bur. General Gen.
Canada, -ian Can. Genetics Genet.
Center Ctr. Government Govt.
Chemical, -istry Chem. Handbook Hdbk.
Circular Circ. Heredity Hered.
Citriculture Citricult. Horticulture, -ae, -al Hort.
Climatology, -ical Climatol. Indian Indian
College College Industry, -ial Ind.
Colloquium Colloq. Information Info.
Commonwealth Cmwlth. Institute, -ion
Communication Commun. International Intl.
Conference Conf. Irrigation Irr.
Congress Congr. Japanese Jpn.
Contribution(s) Contrib. Journal J.
Cooperative Coop. Laboratory, -ies Lab.
Leaflet Lflt. Science(s) Sci.
Letters Lett. Scientia Scientia
Magazine Mag. Scientific Scientific
Management Mgt. Series Ser.
Market Mkt. Quarterly Qrtly.
Meeting Mtg. Regulator, -ion, -y Regulat.
Meteorology, -ical Meteorol. Report(s) Rpt.
Microscopy Microsc. Reporter Rptr.
Molecular Mol. Research Res.
Monograph Monogr. Resources Resources
Mycology, -ical Mycol. Review(s), Revue(s) Rev.
National Natl. Service Serv.
Nematology, -ical Nematol. Society Soc.
Netherlands Neth. Soil Soil
New Zealand N.Z. Special Spec.
Newsletter Nwsl. Standard Stnd.
New York NY Station Sta.
Nucleic Nucl. Statistics, -ical Stat.
Nutrition, -al Nutr. Supplement(s) Suppl.
Official Offic. Symposium Symp.
Pathology, -ical Pathol. Technical, -que Tech.
Photosynthesis Photosyn. Technology, -ical Technol.
Physics, -ical Phys. Temperature Temp.
Physiology, -ical, -ia Physiol. United States U.S.
Phytology, -ical Phytol. Transactions Trans.
Phytopathology, -ical Phytopathol. Tropical Trop.
Plantae, -arum Plant. University Univ.
Pomology, -ical Pomol. Variety, -ies Var.
Proceedings Proc. Vegetable(s) Veg.
Products Prod. Virology Virol.
Progress Prog. Viticulture Viticult.
Propagation Prop. Workshop Wkshp.
Publication(s) Publ. Yearbook Yrbk.
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