1- Derim welcomes original papers on all aspects of Agricultural Sciences in Turkish and English. Articles submitted to the journal are evaluated by COPE (Comitte on Publication Ethics) in terms of compliance with Research and Publication Ethics, taking into account the international standards for editors and authors. The journal is published twice a year in June and December of each year.
2- The manuscripts prepared according to the journal writing instructions should be uploaded to the system from http://batem.dergipark.gov.tr/derim web address. A submitted manuscript will be pre-reviewed by the editorial board. Manuscripts are rejected if they do not comply with the instructions to authors, or are beyond the scope of the journal. Manuscripts that enter the peer review process are sent to at least two reviewers, who are experts in the relevant field. Other than reviewers and editorial board suggestions the Journal does not allow addition to or removal from the text after submission.)
3- The original research articles to be published in the journal should be prepared according to the following instructions:
3.1 Margin and font: The articles should be written in A4 size, single column, Arial font and double line spacing. 2.0 cm margin must be left from the top, bottom, left and right sides of the page with numbered pages and lines. All headings and paragraphs must be left-justified and one line space between paragraphs must be left. The article should not exceed 16 pages including "Literature cited" section.
3.2. Manuscript Title: Title should be clear, descriptive and not too long. The title must be arranged as sentence style, 11 point and bold.
3.3. Authors Name(s): Author name, surname and address information’s should not be included in the manuscript. These information’s must be added to the online form in the III. Stage data form during uploading. In the incoming form, the registered information of the user automatically comes up. For multiple authors, click on the Add Author button to add the other author (s) information to the relevant place (s) opened in the form. The author order can be changed with the help of arrows.
3.4. Abstract and Keywords: The number of words in the abstract section should not exceed 200 words. The initial letters must be capital, 11-size, and bold A maximum of 5 keywords which indicate the subject should be given, with 1 blank space left below the abstract text. Keywords subtitle should be left-aligned and bold with 11 pt, given words should start with capital letters, and semicolons should be placed between words and phrases
3.5. Text: Body of text should be arranged in spelling rules below with regular font and 11-point size, two lines spacing after the Keywords. Section headings should be left justified, bold, with the first letter capitalized. The subheadings should be bold, numbered and only first word letter capitalized. The third-degree subtitles must be the normal sentence, italics and numbered (1. Introduction, 2.1. Plant material, 2.2.3. Disease severity). All headings should be aligned to the left, main headings should be spacing two line of the top and one line of the bottom and subheadings should be spacing one line of the top and one line of the bottom. The paragraphs should be left-aligned. Text body of the manuscript:
(The Introduction should set the scene fully and clearly. Indicate the reasons why the study was carried out, any previous work relating to the study should be summarized by a few relevant references),
2. Materials and Methods
(Relevant details should be given about the materials and methods. Must contain all details of the experimental procedure for the successful repetition of the experiment),
3. Result and Discussion (Results should be presented with information, figures and/or tables and references, and discussion of other work should not be repeated in the section. Tabular material and figures are especially important for providing comparative results without resorting to detailed textual descriptions,
4. Conclusion (Authors should interpret the significance of the findings as they relate to other relevant literature, describe any limitations of the study, and make recommendations for future research),
Acknowledgements must be typed without page number, as brief as possible and referring to the contribution, in 11 point.
3.6. Citations and Literature Cited
List the authors in alphabetical order, letter by letter, and in chronological order for publications of the same author(s). All authors’ surnames should be in capitals, with initials after surname. Citations to references in the text are listed chronologically surrounded in parentheses with the following format: (Peters, 1950; Jones and Smith, 1990; Brown et al., 1999a). Citations and Literature Cited must be typed in 9-point size including the title. If there are two authors with the same name that have published in the same year, initials may be used to avoid confusion. And “et al." is used for three or more authors. ). If there are two publications of the same author that have published in the same year, the following format should be used; Davies, 1990a.
References in the text examples:
“caused (Ağaoğlu, 1999).”
“Davies and Kempton (1975) have expressed………”
“……..…gradually increases (Ho et al., 1983; Kaynaş and Sürmeli, 1994).”
“…………is expressed (Doi, 1990a, b).”
Güneş, T. & Arıkan, R. 1988.Tarım Ekonomisi İstatistiği. Ankara Üniversitesi Ziraat Fakültesi Yayınları: 1049, Ders Kitabı:305, 293 s., Ankara (In Turkish).
Chapter in Book:
Baysal, Ö. & Teixeria da Silva, J. A. 2006. Induced Resistance: A New Approach in Plant Protection for Floriculture and Ornamental Plants. pp. 231-237. In: Teixeria da Silva, J. A. (ed.), Floriculture, Ornamental and Plant Biotechnology Advances and Topical Issues. Global Science Books, UK.
Kara, S., Altındişli, A., Çoban, H. & İlter, E. 1997. Dormeks uygulamalarının yuvarlak çekirdeksiz üzüm çeşidinin uyanma, olgunlaşma ve sofralık üzüm kalitesine etkisi üzerine araştirmalar. Ege Üniversitesi Ziraat Fakültesi Dergisi, 34:1-2 (In Turkish).
Tandoğan, S., Uzun, H.İ. & Pekmezci, M. 1992. Asmalara farklı zaman ve dozlarda uygulanan hidrojen siyanamidin erkencilik üzerine etkileri. Türkiye I. Ulusal Bahçe Bitkileri Kongresi, s:505-509 (In Turkish).
FAO (2011). Agricultural Production Data. http://faostat3.fao.org/faostat-gateway/go/to/home. Date accessed: February 06, 2014.
Akpınar, I. (1990). Değişik turunçgil anaçları üzerine aşılı washington navel, valencia ve moro portakal meyvelerinin muhafazası üzerine araştırmalar. Yüksek Lisans Tezi, Çukurova Üniversitesi, Adana (In Turkish).
3.7. Figures and Tables
Figures, graphics, photographs should be referred to as “figure”; numerical values as “Table” and should be in the relevant section of the test and numbered respectively; information should be written below the figure, above the table in normal sentence style and in 9 point. Tables and figures should be part of the text and have a blank line between them. Tables should be organized in the manner shown below.
Table 4. Changes found in the fruit juice content of Valencia Late oranges (%)
Storage time (month)
* Within a row, means followed by different letters are significantly different (P<0.05)
SI units should be used. Decimals should be shown with a dot instead of a comma. (20.45 g instead of 20,45). “/” should not be used (1.42 g cm-3 should be written instead of 1,42 g/cm3). A blank space should be used instead of a punctuation mark for a thousand units.
4- Author(s) accept thorough responsibility about the publication.
5- Author(s) are not entitled to receive royalty. A copy of the publication is sent to the authors.
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