Journal Of Veterinary Medical

 

Editor Prof. Dr. Nabil Abo Heakal Sayed Ahmed
Editorial Director Prof. Dr.Gehad Ramadan El-sayed 
Editorial Board
  • Prof. Dr. Abd El Hady Mohamed Orma
  • Prof. Dr. Ali Ali El Kenawy
  • Prof. Dr. Adel Helmy EI‑Gohary
  • Prof. Dr. Fahim El-behay El-sayed 
  • Prof. Dr. Fathy Radwan Sleem
  • Prof. Dr. Magdy Salah Amer
  • Prof. Dr. Gamal Abd El Gaber
  • Prof. Dr. El-said El-sherbini El-said
  • Prof. Dr. Mohamed Mohamed Fouda
  • Prof. Dr. Mohamed El-Sherbini

 INSTRUCTIONS TO AUDITORS

Submit manuscripts should be send to Editorial Director Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Mansoura University‑ Egypt.
The order of appearance of materials in all manuscripts should be as follows: Tile page, Abstract, Introduction, Material and Methods, Results, Discussion, Acknowledgments, References and Arabic Summary.

Title page: Each manuscript should have a title page that include a title of not more than two printed lines (160 litters and spaces), the name (s) and affiliations of the author (s) running head of not more than 45 litters and spaces and footnotes indicating ‑sources of financial support, a changes of address and the name and address of the person to whom requests for reprints should be send. Acknowledgments of persons who assisted the authors should be included on page proceedings the references.

Abstract: The second page must contain an abstract of not more than 150 words. The abstract for a review or historical article should be a summary of the salient date ideas and conclusions presented in the text. The abstract for a research report should indicate the purpose of the research, the methods used, the result and the conclusions. No references should be cited in the abstract.

Introduction: The introduction should supply sufficient background information to allow the reader to understand and evaluate the results of the present study without referring to previous publications on the topic, The introduction also provides the rations for the, present study. Choose, references carefully to provide the most salient

Material and Methods.. The Material and Method section must include sufficient technical Information to allow the experiments to be repeated. The‑ sources of all media and reagents (i.e. name location of manufacture) must be provided.

Results: Present the result as concisely as possible in one following: text, table(s) or figure (s). Avoid extensive used of graphs to present data, which might be more concisely presented in the text or tables. All tabulate data must be accompanied by standard d‑ deviation value or standard errors of the means. The statically procedures used should be stated In material and methods Limit illustrations (particularly photo micro‑graphs and electron micro graphs) to those that are absolutely necessary to show the experimental findings.

Discussion: The discussion section should provide an evaluation of the results in relation to previously published work. Avoid extensive repetition of the repetition of the result sections or reiteration of the Introduction.

References: The author 1% responsible for ensuring that information In the reference list is accurate. References must be typed double spaced only works that have been published or accepted publications should be listed as references. Unpublished observation by the authors and personal communications should appear as parenthetical "expressions in the text, References are numbered in Alphabetical order. References to journals should contain (name and initials of the author(s), year of publication, title of the article, name of the journal (Abbreviated according to the World List of Scientific Periodicals), volume number, and first and last page numbers. References to box, the order is as follow: name and initials of author (s), year of publication, chapter title, full book title, edition, name of editor (s), place and name of publisher and the page numbers.

Footnotes: Substantive footnotes (containing a comment, explanation, or other than textual matter) are not used.

Statistical analysis: The tests used in statistical analysis should be identified both in the text and any tables and figures where the results of statistical comparisons are shown.

Tables and Figures: The same data should not be shown in both a table and a figure expects in unusual circumstances. Tables are numbered in the order of appearance in the text. Each column m. column must have an appropriate heading, and unites of measures must be indicated., Figures, including line drawings and graphs should be submitted as glossy print preferably no larger than 5x7 inches. Each print should be clearly labelled with the first author name and figure number. Legends should be typed double‑spaced on a separate sheet of paper.
Reprints Ten offprint of each paper will be supplied free of charge.

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