Abstract Submission and Guidelines 


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Please read the abstract submission guidelines carefully !

Prospective authors are invited to submit abstracts of their original and unpublished work on conference themes by June 1, 2019. The length of abstract should not exceed 300 words written in Arial 11 font size. The template/sample of Abstract could be downloaded HERE.

Software: Microsoft Word, file extension saved in .doc or .docx - Please name the file with the last name of the presenting author (i.e. Smith.doc).

Title: The title should be concise, clear and informative and should reflect the content of the presentation. Avoid abbreviations, scientific names, and formulae where possible. Title should be written in BLOCK LETTER, Arial 12 pt font size, center alignment.

Author names and affiliations: Present the authors' name/s and affiliation, addresses where the actual work was done below the title. Indicate all affiliations with a lower-case superscript letter immediately after the author's name and in front of the appropriate address. Provide the full postal address of each affiliation, and e-mail address of each of the author. Give an Asterisk (*) to the corresponding author and underline the presenting author.

Abstract: brief introductory words, objectives, materials and methods, results, and main conclusions. The name of any plant, animal or microorganism appearing for the first time in the abstract should be written with the Latin name (scientific name) in the brackets. It should not have any references, tables, or figures. Alignment should be Justified.

All abstracts will be peer-reviewed for their acceptance and making decisions regarding the type of presentation (oral or poster).

All abstracts and full papers accepted for the conference will be published in the proceedings of the conference.

Key words: A list of 3 to 5 words (each word should be started with Capital letter). It includes species (common and scientific name), chemicals, and physiological and pathological terms.