Please prepare your manuscript before submission, using the following guidelines and the article template below:
Article files should be provided in Microsoft Word format. We currently do not accept other formats, such as LaTex or PDF files.
Articles should be between 10-15 pages, including references. A maximum of 4 pages long appendices are allowed.
Title of the Manuscript (Calibri 16, bold, center, 1 space)
Titles are written in Indonesian and English, and not exceeding 15 words
Author1), Author2), Author3) ... (Calibri 12, bold, center, 1 space)
E-mail (author's e-mail address for correspondence) (Calibri 11, center, 1 space)
Abstract (Calibri 12, 1 space)
Abstractk is written in Indonesian, in one paragraph, complete and concise (maximum of 200 words), consisting of background, objectives, methodology, results and conclusions.
Keywords (Calibri 12): Contains words that strengthen online accessibility to the article (maximum 5 words)
Introduction (Calibri 12, 1.5 spaces)
The introduction contains an adequate background, along with literature review related to the topic of the article and the formulation of the problem. Goals are written at the end of the introduction. The name of the organism, written under a common name or local name, must be followed by a latin name for the first use, eg Nilaparvata lugens (Hemiptera: Delphacidae), then may use one of them. How to reference and cite a bibliography, it is recommended to use standard citing applications (Mendeley, Zotero).
Methodology (Calibri 12, 1.5 spaces)
Methodology includes methods used to conduct research or collect data. All chemicals, or support equipment used should be written followed by the specifications of the material and the apparatus.
Results and Discussion (Calibri 12, 1.5 spaces)
Results and discussion can be written together or separately, and presented in a trace, from the main result to the support. Tables and images are placed after the bibliography. The table is made in open form, titled above (1 space). Photos are suggested in black and white, while the title of the image is written under the picture (1 space).
Conclusion (Calibri 12, 1.5 spaces)
Written in one paragraph, briefly and clearly.
Acknowledgments (Calibri 12, 1.5 spaces)
Contains thanks to those who strongly contribute to the research that will be published. Written in a paragraph.
References (Calibri 12, 1 space, distance between libraries 1 space)
Every literature referred to and raised in the article (author, year) should be written in the bibliography. In quoting an article written by two authors, both names should be mentioned, but for three or more authors only the first author is mentioned followed by et al., For example: Nelly et al. (2006) or (Lina 2003a, b; Syahrawati 2016). Excerpts indicated with the word "cit" or derived from an anonymous source should be avoided. References for unpublished data and personal communications do not appear in the bibliography but should be written directly in, eg (Rifai 2007, personal communication) or (Setyawan AD 2007, unpublished data). The name of the journal should be written in full. The bibliography is written alphabetically without any numbering. Here are some examples of writing a bibliography:
N Nelly, R Rusli, Yaherwandi, F Yusmarika. 2010. Diversity of parasitoid lepidopterans larvae on Brassicaceae in West Sumatera. Biodiversity 11 (2): 93-96.
Habazar T, Yaherwandi. 2006. Biological control of plant pests and diseases. Andalas University Press. Padang.
Chapter in book:
O'Neil RJ, JJ Obrycki. 2009. Introduction and augmentation of biological control agents. In: Radcliffe EB, WD Hutchinson, RE Candelado (eds). Integrated pest management: Concepts, tactics, strategies and case studies. Cambridge University Press. New York.
Alikodra HS. 2000. Biodiversity for the development of local autonomous government. In Setyawan AD, Sutarno (eds). To Mount Lawu National Park; Proceedings of National Seminary and Biodiversity Conservation Workshop to Protect and Nutfah Plasma Star in Java Island. University of Sebelas Maret, Surakarta, 17-20 July 2000. [Indonesia]
Thesis, Thesis, Dissertation:
Syahrawati M. 2016. Interaction between arthropods on organic water-efficient rice. [Dissertation]. Gadjah Mada University. Yogyakarta.