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  1. Manuscript:
    Style - all main headings (introduction, materials and methods, results, discussion and references) should be in bold and centered. All sub-headings should be italicized and left indented.

    References and Citations
    – Use the examples below as guideline for manuscripts for submission to JEMREST.:

    Anoruo, A.O. and J.I. Blake. 1997. Variation in guard cell size, interstomatal spacing and stomatal frequency in longleaf pine along latitudinal and longitudinal gradients. Journal of Sustainable Forestry 5:169-178. (Journal article)

    Hopkins, W.G. 1999. Introduction to Plant Physiology. John Wiley and Sons, Inc. New York (Book)

    Goltsova, N.J. and G.P. Berlyn. 1996. Effects of radiation on forests. In: Majumdar, S.K., E.W. Miller, and F.J. Brenner (eds). Forest - A Global Perspective. The Pennsylvania Academy of Sciences. 286-304. (Book Chapter)

    Preparation – Manuscripts for publication in JEMREST. must be written on clean white 8.5” X 11” bond paper. A one-inch margin must be allowed on all four sides of the paper. All tables, figures, illustrations, etc. must be camera ready i.e. they must be cleanly typed or artistically prepared so that they can be used either exactly as they are or else cropped and scaled for reduction in size. Manuscripts must be submitted electronically in Microsoft Word as email attachment and on CD in Microsoft Word saved in two formats – word document and rich text. Manuscripts with ancillary materials will not be accepted for review.

    Length – The length of each article, including references must be no less than five pages. Manuscript shorter than five pages will be reviewed as short communication and if accepted, it will be published as such.

    Grammar, punctuation, inconsistencies and spelling
    – Your are responsible for preparing a clearly written manuscript of your work in scholarly English, without errors of grammar, punctuation, spelling or inconsistencies in text citation, abbreviations, terminology, statistics, numerical data and arithmetic calculations. Neither the Editor nor the Publisher is responsible for these errors if they occur. Your will read and revise the proofs of your article for the purpose of detecting printer’s errors. Corrections, alterations and additions to the proofs costing in excess of 10% of the cost of the original composition will be charged to the author.




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