Agricultural and Biological Research Journal is highly selective in the manuscripts that it publishes. To be considered for publication in Agricultural and Biological Research Journal, any given manuscript must be exceptional in the following ways:
The key criteria are that the work clearly demonstrates its novelty, its importance to a particular field as well as its interest to those outside that discipline, and conclusions that are justified by the study.
Authors are requested to submit articles directly to Online Manuscript Submission System.
Agricultural and Biological Research Journal publishes original research articles of outstanding significance.
Each Paper should be preceded by a summary. The summary should state what was investigated and what are the findings and any conclusion followed by introduction, materials and method, results, discussion and references.
Below the summary upto 5 key-words should be supplied for subject indexing.
The list of references should include only works referred in to text. Only published or accepted manuscripts should be included in the reference list. Meetings, abstracts, conference talks, or papers that have been submitted but not yet accepted should not be cited. Limited citation of unpublished work should be included in the body of the text only.
Example: Misra, A. Dwivedi, P. D. Verma, A. S. Misra, J. Dutta, K. K. and Ray, P. K. (1991). Modulation of microsomal membrane associated detoxification enzymes activity by methyl isocynate exposure. Bull. Env. Contam. Toxical. 47(5), 675-681
Books Name of Authors, Year, Full Title, Edition, Publishers and Place
Example: Misra Anil and Ingrid B. Speir (1990). Effect of Sulfite on Oxidative Metabolism of Neutrophils. In. Bioluminescence & Chemiluminsence (edited) P. E. Stanley, John Wily & Sons, Lond., U. K.
The number and size of the illustration must be kept to the minimum required for clarification of the text. Previously published figures are strictly prohibited. Explanation of figures furnished as legends should not be repeated in the text.
Please keep abbreviations to a minimum. List all non-standard abbreviations in alphabetical order, along with their expanded form. Define them as well upon first use in the text. Non-standard abbreviations should not be used unless they appear at least three times in the text.
Short reports of new result of special interest will be published out of turn a short communications and will be given top priority in the editorial and production process.
In the section letters to the editor, important and specific problems (also negative results) can be published. Utmost brevity (One Page) is required.
The editors of the AGBIR will consider for publication, original articles and mini reviews that dealt with all aspects of cellular physiology, metabolism and energetic of bacteria, fungi, animal and plant cells.
Environmental biotechnology, include aerobic and anaerobic process, system involving biofilms, algae systems, detoxification and bioremediation and genetic aspects.
Mineral Biotechnology, including transportation, accumulation and toxicity studies of heavy and toxic metals in plant and animal system.
Fundamental aspects of food biotechnology, living behaviour, parasitic interaction between host and parasites.
Biological aspects of biomass production and renewable resources engineering etc.
The editors will consider papers for publications based on the novelty their immediate or future impact on biotechnological process and their contribution to the advancement of knowledge of biological science.
On checking the status of a manuscript in our submission system, one of several status descriptions will appear. These correspond to the steps in the editorial process as follows:
If you wish to appeal a decision, you should contact the editor who handled the pre-submission inquiry or full manuscript, explaining in detail your reasons for the appeal. Appeals will only be considered when editor is thought to have made a significant factual error or when his/her objectivity is compromised by a documented competing interest, and when a reversal based on either of these grounds would change the original decision.
Article Processing Charges (APC) :
To ensure that the final, published version matches the electronic file, make sure that you use only the following fonts: Arial, Courier, Symbol and Times. The use of nonstandard fonts may lead to missing symbols. The font size should be no smaller than 7 point and no larger than 14 point.
Average Article prorcessing time (APT) is 55 days