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Instructions for Contributors/Guide for Contributors

Prepare the manuscript as per style of the journal. Read the detailed Instructions for Contributors/Guide for Contributors for Journal of Biology (JB).


Peer Reviewers

Provide the contact details of at least three potential peer reviewers for your paper. These should be experts in your field of study, who will be able to provide an objective assessment of the manuscript's quality. Any peer reviewers that you suggest should not  be members of the same research institution. They should not be one of the Editorial advisers for the journal, unless they work precisely in your field.

Full Name:

Present Status:

Field of Specialisation:

Name and Address of Institute/Department/University:

Postal Address:

Telephone: (Office)/ (Residence),


E-mail addresses: (MUST)


Manuscript Files

Do you have all the files for the manuscript in an acceptable format?

·                     Main Manuscript: MS Word

·                     Tables Files:  MS Word Tables should not be included in the manuscript file.

·                     Figure Files: Must be separate files, not embedded in the main manuscript.

·                     Figures/Tables: Refer in the text the place to insert the Tables/Figures.


Article Processing Charges

Payment of processing fee, photographs, for extra pages (if an article exceed twelve printed pages) and for alterations other than correction of printer errors are mandatory, but not for order for reprints. The corresponding author will get a free copy only, but the other contributor/s can buy a copy.


Conditions of submission and KRE Journal Copyright

Do you confirm that all the authors of the manuscript have read and agreed to its content, that readily reproducible materials described in the manuscript will be freely available to any scientist wishing to use them for non-commercial purposes?  Do you confirm that the manuscript is original, has not already been published in a journal and is not currently under consideration by another journal?

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Yes, I am submitting author of this article and I accept the conditions of submission and the KRE Journal Copyright.





Manuscript should consist of the following subdivisions (1-10)

each prepared as a unit on separate sheets:


1.         Title page




Author’s Name


Institution from which the paper emanated, with City, State, Country, Postal Code, and E-mail Address


Abbreviated Title (Running Headline) not to exceed 50 letters and spaces


Name, Address, Telephone Number, Fax Number, and E-mail Address of the Person to whom the all the correspondence is to be sent.



2.         Key words


Key words should not repeat terms used in the article title, and should not exceed 80

characters and spaces


3.         Abstract


The abstract should consist of 250 words or less. The abstract should be written in complete sentences and should succinctly state the objectives, the experimental design of the paper, and the principal observations and conclusions, it should be intelligible without reference to the rest of the paper.


4.         TEXT


I. Introduction


II. Methodology


III. Results


IV. Discussion


V. Conclusion


VI. Recommendations


5.     Acknowledgement


6.         NOTES




REFERENCES: These should be listed at the end of article, arranged alphabetically according to the surnames of the authors and then chronologically. Following are examples of the proper reference style of various sources but while listing there should not be any separate subheading/s for Journals/Books/Newspapers/Magazines etc.  Avoid using IBID and OP. CIT. in the text.



Bhasin MK, Foerster W, Fuhrmann W I973. A cytogenetic study of recurrent abortion. Humangenetik, 18: 111-117.



Bhasin MK, Chahal SMS 1996.    A  Laboratory   Manual   for Human Blood Analysis. Delhi: Kamla-­Raj Enterprises.


Sections of Books:

 Bhasin MK, Walter H, Danker-Hopfe H 1994. Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase and abnormal haemoglobins (HB S and HB E) in people of India.  In: Veena Bhasin (Ed.): People Health and Disease: The Indian Scenario. Delhi: Kamla-Raj Enterprises pp. 131-159.


Meeting Paper:

Bhasin MK 2003. Genetics of Castes and Tribes of India. Paper presented in the Seminar on Peopling of India at Central Forensic Science Laboratory. Kolkata, March 19 – 20.



Hasstedt SJ, Cartwright PE 1981. PAP: Pedigree Analysis Package. Tech Rep No 13, Department of Biophysics and Computing, University of Utah, Salt Lake City.


Thesis / Dissertation:

Mallikarjuna Rao 2001. A strategy for the definitive diagnosis of Fragile X syndrome and correlation of mutational status to the clinical severity. Ph.D. thesis submitted to Osmania University, Hyderabad, India.


Work “in press”:

Bhasin MK 2004. Human population cytogenetics: A review. Int J Hum Genet, (in press). 



Fattovich R 2008. The development of urbanism in the Northern  Horn of Africa in  ancient and Medieval Times. Retrieved 2/19/2008


When there are more than five authors use et al. in place of rest of the authors.


REFERENCES IN THE TEXT: References citations in the text should be in parentheses and include author name(s) and year of publication. Text citations of two or more works at the time should be given in chronological order. When citing a paper written by three or more authors, write the name of the first author plus “et al.” (However, all authors must be given in the Reference section). Where there are two or more papers by the same author in one year, distinguishing letter (a, b, c....) should be added to year. All references should be carefully cross-checked; it is the author’s responsibility to ensure that references are correct.


8.         Tables



9.         FIGURES/Illustrations



10.       Appendix (if any)


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