Aims and Scope
APLP accepts original research articles, short communications, and review articles in academic fields including but not limited to Medical Sciences, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Biological Sciences, Environmental sciences, Food sciences, Animal Sciences, Genomics, Genetics, Biotechnology, Marine sciences, Microbiology, Molecular biology, Plant sciences, Forensic sciences, Ecology, Physics, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Science Education, Mathematical Sciences, Computer Applications, etc.
Manuscripts should be prepared using Microsoft Word, 12 pt Tw Cen MT or Times New Roman font, a page margin of 1″ (2.4 cm) in all sides, and tables and figures in one file. The manuscripts must have the following items in order and must be less than 50 pages long including the text, figures, and tables.
1. Page Title
The title page must contain:
This page must contain:
3. Body Text
This section must contain the whole manuscript and its sections as follows:
All references must be cited in the text and in the alphabetical order in the “References” section. Only published and in press articles should be cited in the text and the references section. Authors must follow these directions to prepare the “References” section:
Lightfoot DA, VN Njiti, PT Gibson, MA Kassem, JM Iqbal, and K Meksem (2005) Registration of the Essex by Forrest Recombinant Inbred Line (RIL) Mapping Population. Crop Science 45 (4): 1678-1781.
Njiti VN, K Meksem, MJ Iqbal, JE Johnson, MA Kassem, KF Zobrist, VY Kilo, and DA Lightfoot (2002) Common Loci Underlie Field Resistance to Soybean Sudden Death Syndrome in Forrest, Pyramid, Essex, and Douglas. Theor Appl Genet 104 (2/3): 294-300.
In the manuscript’s text: (Jones, 1980); (Knight and Allen, 2000); (Hnetkovsky et al., 1996; Chang et al., 1997; Njiti et al., 1997, 1998, 2000; Lucas et al., 2012).
In Press Articles
Palomeque L, L Li-Jun, W Li, B Hedges, ER Cober, and I Rajcan (2009) QTL in mega-environments: I. Universal and specific seed yield QTL detected in a population derived from a cross of high-yielding adapted £ high-yielding exotic soybean lines. Theor Appl Genet. In press.
Drinkwater LE and SS Snapp (2007) Understanding and managing the rhizosphere in agroecosystems. In: ZG Cardon, JL Whitbeck (eds.) The rhizosphere-an ecological perspective. Elsevier, pp. 155-178.
Hede A, B Skovmand, and J Lopez-Cesati (2001) Acid soils and aluminum toxicity. In: Reynolds M (ed) Application of physiology in wheat breeding. CIMMYT, Mexico, pp. 172-182.
4. Tables and Figures
References must be followed by Tables and figures captions then tables and figures. Authors must follow these guidelines:
Please send your cover letter and manuscript to the Managing Editor and specify to which journal your article is submitted to. Managing Editor?s E-mail: email@example.com.
1. Cover letter:
Each manuscript must be accompanied by a cover letter where the corresponding author must state that:
Please submit you manuscript in Microsoft Word in one file containing the following items in order:
3. Suggested Reviewers (optional):
Authors may elect to provide a list of 3-4 reviewers. In this case, please provide the names, affiliations, mailing addresses, and e-mail addresses, telephone numbers, and fax numbers of the proposed reviewers.
4. Receipt of the Manuscript:
The Managing Editor will send an e-mail to the corresponding author stating that the manuscript was received. Please send all required files to the Managing Editor: firstname.lastname@example.org.
1. By submitting the article, all the authors attest firmly that:
2. By submitting the article, the corresponding author agrees to pay $314.99 if the manuscript is accepted for publication.
CrossCheck: All manuscripts published in Atlas Journals are checked for plagiarism using CrossCheck.
If you agree to 5.1 and 5.2., please submit your article to email@example.com.
Creative Commons Attribution License – Open Access (OA):
All articles in Atlas journals are distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. The copyright is held by the authors.