Submission Preparation Checklist
As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
- The submission has not been previously published, nor is it under consideration in another journal (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
Authors submitting a manuscript do so on the understanding that if accepted for publication, copyright of the article shall be assigned to Jurnal Ilmiah Perikanan dan Kelautan (JIPK), Faculty of Fisheries and Marine, Universitas Airlangga. Indonesia.
The copyright transfer agreement and publishing ethical statement gives the Publisher the permission of the author(s) to publish the Work, and it empowers the Publisher to protect the Work against unauthorized use and to properly authorize dissemination of the Work by means of printed publications, offprints, reprints, electronic files, licensed photocopies, microform editions, translations, document delivery and secondary information sources such as abstracting, reviewing and indexing services, including converting the Work into machine-readable form and storing it in electronic databases. It also gives the author(s) broad rights of fair use.
The copyright transfer agreement and publishing ethical statement should be filled with respect to the article and be signed originally and sent to the Editorial Office in the form of original mail or scanned document file (softcopy). The form can be downloaded here.
Authors must declare all such interests (or their absence) in writing upon submission of a manuscript. This competing declaration includes conflicts or potential conflicts of all listed authors. If any conflicts are declared, JIPK will publish them with the paper. In cases of doubt, the circumstance should be disclosed so that the editors may assess its significance. The form can be downloaded here. All the listed authors are requested to fill in completely all section.
Authors must submit the competing interest and publication ethics forms at supplementary files.
- Authors must follow JIPK author template and complete cover page.
- The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, or RTF document file format.
- File for Figures and Schemes must be provided during submission in a single zip archive and at a sufficiently high resolution (minimum 1000 pixels width/height, or a resolution of 600 dpi). JPEG and TIFF formats are preferred.
- Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
- Manuscripts are written using 1 space line, in a single column, 11 font Time New Roman, in justified text, and margins on all four sides are 2.5 cm (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed separated in the last page of the manuscript.
- Authors must prepare a graphical abstract to catch readers’ attention and to give a better visual understanding of what the research is about. Read about the graphical abstract more here: https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/JIPK/graphicalabstract. The guideline can be downloaded here: Graphical Abstract
- The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines, which is found in About the Journal.
Authors must provide a proofread certificate from a professional proofreader organization before submitting. Here are some recommendations:
- If submitting to a peer-reviewed section of the journal, the instructions in Ensuring Double Blind Review have been followed.
- Authors must read the submission preparation checklist carefully and obey JIPK requirements.
AUTHOR GUIDELINES FOR MANUSCRIPT PREPARATION
1. GUIDELINES FOR ONLINE SUBMISSION
The author should first register as author and/or offer to be a reviewer via the following address: https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/JIPK/onlineSubmissions. The author should complete those sections of the form marked with a star in as much detail as possible and when author register and then choose and tick on “Author: Able to submit items to the journal”. Following the completion of all the text boxes, the author clicks on the “Register” button to activate the registration process. The author is then brought to the online author submission interface where he/she should click on “New Submission”. In the “Start a New Submission” section, click on “Click Here: to go to Step One of the five-step submission process”. The following are the five steps of the online submission process:
- Step 1 - Starting the Submission: Select the appropriate section of the journal, i.e. Original Research Articles, Review Article, or Short Communication. The author must check-mark on the submission checklists.
- Step 2 – Uploading the Submission: To upload a manuscript to this journal, click on “Browse” on the “Upload Submission” file item, select the manuscript document file to be submitted, then click on the “Upload” button.
- Step 3 – Entering Submission Metadata: In this step, detailed author metadata should be entered, including the marked corresponding author. The manuscript title and abstract must then be uploaded by copying the text and pasting it into the textbox, including keywords.
- Step 4 – Uploading Supplementary Files: A supplementary file should be uploaded containing a Covering/Submission Letter, and a Signed Copyright Transfer Agreement Form. Click on the “Browse” button, choose the files and then click on the “Upload” button.
- Step 5 – Confirming the Submission: Authors should conduct a final check of the uploaded manuscript documents at this stage. To submit the manuscript to JIPK (Jurnal Ilmiah Perikanan dan Kelautan), press the “Finish Submission” button after the document’s content has been verified. The corresponding author or principal contact will receive an acknowledgment by email and will be able to view the submission’s progress through the editorial process by logging onto the journal’s web address site.
Contributions falling into the following categories will be considered for publication: Research Article, Short Communication, and Review, that are accepted which have not been submitted and would not be submitted elsewhere.
1. Research Article
Present an original and important major advance in fisheries or marine science having a wide research scheme and deep discussion of the findings. The structure of the article consists of Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results and Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgment (optional), and References. This article should be typed within not excess than 15 pages or 3500-7000 words (including figures and tables).
2. Short Communication
Based on urgency, research scope and/or depth of discussion, an article can be published as a short communication. The structure of the article consists of Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results and Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgment (optional), and References. The short communication (1500-3000 words) receives the same in-depth review as the Research Article.
3. Review Article
A survey, evaluation and critical interpretation of recent research, data, and concepts in the field of fisheries or marine sciences. A review article is only submitted based on an invitation by Editor-in-Chief. This article should be typed within more than 15 pages or minimum 7000 words (including figures and tables).
Accepted File Formats
- Materials to Submit
Authors must use the Microsoft Word template to prepare their manuscript. Using the template file will substantially shorten the time to complete copy-editing and publication of accepted manuscripts. The total amount of data for all files must not exceed 120 MB. If this is a problem, please contact the editorial office firstname.lastname@example.org. Accepted file formats are:
- Microsoft Word: Manuscripts prepared in Microsoft Word must be converted into a single file before submission. Please insert your graphics (schemes, figures, etc.) in the main text after references.
- Supplementary files: May be any format, but it is recommended that you use common, non-proprietary formats where possible (see below for further details).
- Assemble manuscripts in this order: title page, abstract page, text, references, tables, figure captions. Tables may be included at the end of the article file or may be submitted as separate files. Figures should not be embedded in the article file and should be submitted separately.
- Authors are strongly encouraged to submit a word processing file in either Word or plain text format.
- Figures/images should be in EPS or TIFF (preferred) formats, and tables should be in Excel or Word formats.
- Word count is extremely important. (See limits for article types above.)
- The cover letter should explain how your paper is the authors contribution, highlight research, type paper, and ethical approval (If available). It should also include a list of potential reviewers who can provide an unbiased, informed, and thorough assessment of the manuscript. The cover letter can also be used to provide further explanation if part of the information has been published or presented previously.
- General Instructions
- Consult current issues for additional guidance on format.
- Manuscripts should be single-spaced, including tables, references, and figure captions.
- Leave at least a 2.5 cm-in margin on all sides. Indent all paragraphs. Number pages sequentially and use continuous line numbering,
- Use dictionary preference for hyphenation. Do not hyphenate a word at the end of a line. Use Chicago Manual of Style to answer grammar or usage questions.
- The first mention of a common name should be followed by the scientific name in parentheses. Our standard is the current edition of Common and Scientific Names of Fishes from the United States, Canada, and Mexico. For other aquatic species, authors should follow the companion publications World Fishes Important to North Americans and Common and Scientific Names of Aquatic Invertebrates from the United States and Canada (the volumes Mollusks, Decapod Crustaceans, and Cnidaria and Ctenophora are currently available in the latter series).
- Define abbreviations the first time they are used in the text.
- Spell out one-digit numbers unless they are units of measure (e.g., four fishes, 3 mm, 35 sites). Use 1,000 instead of 1000; 0.13 instead of .13; % instead of percent.
- Use the name-and-year system for references in the text as follows:
- One author: Sri (2009) or (Wahju, 2005);
- Two authors: Nina and Dwi (2007) or (Rozi and Ghoyatul, 2008);
- Several authors: Luthfiaana et al., (1995) or (Dwitha et al., 1995). But include author names in references.
- Manuscripts accepted for publication but not yet published: Rozi and Ghoyatul (in press) or (Rozi and Ghoyatul in press).
- Personal communications: (J. Ghoyatul, Institute for Aquatics, pers. comm.).
- Within parentheses, use a semicolon to separate different types of citations (Figure 1; Table 2; Table 5), (Rozi and Ghoyatul, 2008; Sri and Wahju, 2009; Nina and Dwi, 2015). Arrange lists of citations chronologically (oldest first) in a text sentence.
- DO NOT cite more than three references for a specific point.
- Institutional authors may be cited as acronyms in the text but must be defined in the reference list.
- Avoid the expressions “the mean length of goramy fish was 45.2 ± 3.84 mm” and “the mean (±SD) length was 45.2 ± 3.84 mm” because they are at best awkward and at worst inaccurate. Use the expressions “the mean ± SD length of goramy fish was 45.2 ± 3.84 mm” or “the mean length was 45.2 mm (SD, 3.84)” instead.
- Only symbols and abbreviations included in Webster’s dictionaries or listed at the end of these guidelines (as well as at the back of each printed issue of the journal) may be used without definition. All others should be defined at first use (e.g., index of biotic integrity [IBI]). Abbreviations should not be introduced unless they are used at least two more times.
- All measurements should be given in metric units. The only exceptions are a few quantities that are typically expressed only one way (e.g., g [of medication]/lb [of feed]).
- Single-digit numbers should be spelled out unless they are used with units of measure or in conjunction with larger values (e.g., 2 mg/L; 8 Walleyes and 16 Saugers). Numbers with four or more digits should contain commas; those less than 1.00 should be preceded by zeroes.
- Ratios involving two values or units of measure should be indicated by forward slashes (e.g., 0.30 g/d); ratios involving three such terms should be indicated by negative exponents (e.g., 0.01 g · g–1 · d–1).
- Ages of fish should be expressed by Arabic numerals and not contain plus signs (e.g., a fish is age 1 [not age 1+] from the January 1 after it hatches to the following December 31).
- Dates should be expressed as month–day–year (e.g., January 11, 2011). Note that the term “Julian day” does not mean day of the year and should not be used in that context.
- Time should be expressed in terms of the 24-hour clock followed by the word “hours” (e.g., 14:35 hours rather than 2:35 p.m.).
Preparation of Manuscript
JIPK only accepts manuscripts written in full English and processes submitted original script related of scope to fisheries and marine science and not being published by other publishers. Author (s) who is not a native English speaker is recommended to ask English native speakers to check the used language including spelling and grammar.
Authors should ensure that they have written entirely original works. JIPK, Jurnal Ilmiah Perikanan dan Kelautan considers plagiarism as a serious offense and will blacklist authors who knowingly cite or use material from other published works without proper acknowledgment. Authors are recommended to use plagiarism checking program to check the similarity from prior publication before submission and publish. Every manuscript that is also submitted to this journal will be screened for plagiarism using Turnitin Program before submission and publish by JIPK Editor
The manuscript should be uploaded to JIPK journal system and arranged in JIPK standard format: Title (Indonesian language and English but if a manuscript full English is no need in Indonesian language), Authors, Address and Email, Abstract (Indonesian language and English but if a manuscript full English is no need in Indonesian language), Keywords, Introduction, Materials and Methods, Result and Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgment, and References. Manuscripts are written using 1 space line, in a single column,11 font Time New Roman, in justified text, and margins on all four sides are 2.5 cm. Figures and Tables placed separated on the last page of the manuscript (single file).
THE MANUSCRIPT CONTAINS:
Title (in Time New Roman, 13 pt and Align left in Bold)
The title consists of version Indonesia language and English. The title of the paper should be clear, concise and informative. Written with Capitalize each word and Lowercase for word connector.
Author names and affiliations:
Please correctly write the author and co-authors name, then indicate all affiliations with number superscripts after the author’s name and in front of the appropriate address unless the author (s) from the same affiliation. Please provide the full postal address of each affiliation. Authors without the title, time new roman 10 pt: followed by an asterisk (correspondence address) and number (institution), if they come from the same agency then there is no need to use a number
Clearly, indicate who with (*) after superscript indicating affiliation and only the e-mail address of the corresponding author is allowed.
Note: text in the title page must be left.
Abstract (in Time New Roman, 10 pt, Align Center in bold)
Abstract in Indonesian and English language, written in Time new roman 10 pt justified single space. Must consecutively contain the brief outline of the problem solved, the objective of the study, brief research methodology, including the used experimental design, the result of the study, conclusion, and suggestion for further research (if any). The abstract does not exceed 250 words.
In general, they should include the following:
- Introduction: One or two sentences of background and purpose of the study.
- Method: Describe the research design, settings (please do not mention the actual location, but use geographic type or number if necessary); Participants (details of how selected, inclusion and exclusion criteria, numbers entering and leaving the study, relevant clinical and demographic characteristics).
- Results: report main outcome(s) /findings including (where relevant) levels of statistical significance and confidence intervals.
- Conclusions: should relate to study aims and hypotheses.
Keywords (in Time New Roman, 10 pt in bold)
the number of the used keyword is 3-6 words indicating the crucial words of the whole study report. Keywords must be separated with a comma. Written in Time new roman 10 pt justified
Highlights are mandatory for this journal as they help increase the discoverability of your article via search engines. They consist of a short collection of bullet points that capture the novel results of your research as well as new methods that were used during the study (if any). Please have a look at the examples here: example Highlights.
Highlights should be submitted in a separate editable file in the online submission system. Please use 'Highlights' in the file name and include 3 to 5 bullet points (maximum 85 characters, including spaces, per bullet point).
The small print
- Not part of editorial consideration and aren't required until the final files stage
- Only required for full research articles
- Must be provided as a Word document— select "Highlights" from the drop-down list when uploading files
- Each Highlight can be no more than 85 characters, including spaces
- No jargon, acronyms, or abbreviations: aim for a general audience and use keywords
- Consider the reader - Highlights are the first thing they'll see
- Metastases mostly disseminate late from primary breast tumors, keeping most drivers
- Drivers at relapse sample from a wider range of cancer genes than in primary tumors
- Mutations in SWI-SNF complex and inactivated JAK-STAT signaling enriched at relapse
- Mutational processes similar in primary and relapse; radiotherapy can damage genome
- Fading of a script alone does not foster domain-general strategy knowledge
- Performance of the strategy declines during the fading of a script
- Monitoring by a peer keeps the performance of the strategy up during script fading
- Performance of a strategy after fading fosters domain-general strategy knowledge
- Fading and monitoring by a peer combined foster domain-general strategy knowledge
From Fish & Shellfish Immunology, Volume 95, December 2019, Pages 35-43
- The grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella) CYP1A was identified and analysed.
- Tissue distribution of CiCYP1A and the expression pattern in response to GCRV infection were analysed.
- CiCYP1A suppressed the promoter activity of IFN-I signaling pathway genes.
- CiCYP1A suppressed mRNA expression levels of IFN-I.
1. Introduction (Capitalize, in Time New Roman, 13 pt, Align left in bold)
No more than 6 paragraphs. The Introduction alerts readers to literature relevant to the research discovery so that the originality of the research cannot be easily assigned. Also, the introduction must state the intent of the research in the form of a research question or hypothesis. therefore, no confusion arises as to what advance in fisheries and marine is being sought. Footnotes to the text are not allowed.
The introduction must have several items and be concise and completed including:
- The problem intended to be solved,
- State of the art or Review minimum 10 Journals international at least 15 years currently related your research,
- The research gap
- The objective of the study, and
- The outcome of the study (if any).
Manuscripts are written using 1 space line, in a single column,11 point Time New Roman font, in justified text, and margins on all four sides are 2.5 cm. This Introduction should be typed within not excess than 1000 words
Text citations of references use the style “author, date” and multiple references are listed in alphabetical order.
For example: ‘…as demonstrated by Wahju (2017) and by Bernard and Jack (2019)’; ‘…as suggested previously in some works (Subekti, 2015), but not others (Suadi and Marina, 2016)’; ‘…consistent with earlier studies (Nurmalia, 2018, 2019; Ryan, 2011a,b; Brigman, 1978)’. Three or more authors are cited with the name of the first author followed by et al. (in italics): e.g., (Ghoyatul et al., 2002) or Rozi et al., (2002). Authors sharing the same surname and year of publication are distinguished by their initials: e.g., (Nina, L., 2012; Nueman, T., 2012).
2. Materials and Methods (Capitalize, in Time New Roman, 13 pt, Align left in bold)
Only crucial techniques are described. The referenced methods must be completed with the citation, if the method is modified, please state the modification. The used equipment must be specified with the trademark and type, materials used must be shown with the supplier name and the country. Written using 1 space line, 11 point Time New Roman font, in justified text, and margins on all four sides are 2.5 cm.
2.1 Material (Capitalize, in Time New Roman, 12 pt, Align left in italic)
(sub-chapter is italicized in upper case at the beginning of the word, spaced 1 space from the chapter title). The used materials are written in this section. If materials and tools are stated, the brand and type should be also stated: bacteria incubator (MCO-5AC, Panasonic, USA) and ingredients: trypticase soy agar medium (TSA; Becton Dickinson, Sparks, MD, USA). In social research, material information does not need to be included.
2.1.1 Ethical approval (If available)
 This experiment was performed on the basis of approval by the laboratory animals use the research ethics committee of faculty of veterinary medicine [2019/23/UA], Airlangga University, Indonesia
 This experiment was performed according to all ethics and animal rights (Desert Research Center). As much as this work had considering all rules and regulations in conformity with the European Union directive for the protection of experimental animals (2010/63/EU).
2.2 Method (Capitalize, in Time New Roman, 12 pt, Align left in italic)
The sentence under the sub-chapter is written without any space from the title. Mathematical equations, equations made with equation editors are given numbers in accordance with the order.
2.2.1 Experimental design
Please state the study design. Details relevant to the conduct of the study.
2.2.2 Biochemical test (Capitalize, in Time New Roman, 12 pt, Align left in italic with numbering sub-sub chapter)
(sub of sub-chapter is written underline with uppercase letters at the beginning of the word) The sentence under the sub-chapter is written without any distance from the title.
2.3 Analysis Data
Statistical methods should be clearly explained at the end of this section and its analyses must be explained on the methods used.
3. Results and Discussion (Capitalize, in Time New Roman, 13 pt, Align left in bold)
The result and discussion must be combined. Results must be clear and concise and explained its significance in the discussion. Written using 1 space line, in a single column, 11 font Time New Roman, in justified text, and margins on all four sides are 2.5 cm.
Results. Work should be reported in SI units. Undue repetition in text and tables should be avoided. Comment on the validity and significance of results is an appropriate but broader discussion of their implication is restricted to the next section. Subheadings that aid clarity of presentation within this and the previous section are encouraged.
Discussion. The nature and findings of the study are placed in the context of other relevant published data. Caveats to the study should be discussed. Avoid undue extrapolation from the study topic.
Results and Discussion should be typed within not excess than 3000 words.
4. Conclusion (Capitalize, in Time New Roman, 13 pt, Align left in bold)
It summarizes the result and answers the research question/objective. The repetition of the discussion is highly forbidden. If any suggestion of the research, it can also be outlined in this part
Acknowledgment (Capitalize, in Time New Roman, 13 pt, Align left in bold)
Only people or institutions that help to succeed the research such as funding, volunteer, or proofreader.
The contributions of each author, including ideas, data generation, data analysis, manuscript preparation, and funding, must be listed here using their initials only, e.g., Ar. Pe. F.g.
Author ‘s Contribution All authors have contributed to the final manuscript. The contribution of each author as follows, Fery; collected the data, drafted the manuscript and designed the figures. Ria and Ery; devised the main conceptual ideas and critical revision of the article. All authors discussed the results and contributed to the final manuscript.
Conflict of Interest
Authors must state any disclosures in the manuscript when submitting a manuscript. If there is no conflict of interest, please state “Conflict of Interest: None to report.” Conflicts of interest pertain to relationships with pharmaceutical companies, biomedical device manufacturers or other corporations whose products or services are related to the subject matter of the article. Such relationships include, but are not limited to, employment by an industrial concern, ownership of stock, membership on a standing advisory council or committee, membership of a board of directors, or a public association with the company or its products. Other areas of real or perceived conflict of interest could include receiving honoraria or consulting fees or receiving grants or funds from such corporations or individuals representing such corporations. The corresponding author should collect Conflict of Interest information from all co-authors before submitting a manuscript.
The authors declare that they have no competing interests
Authors must list all sources of research support relevant to the manuscript. All grant funding agency abbreviations or acronyms should be completely spelled out.
This research was partially supported by Universitas Airlangga with grant number: 90/UN1/DITLIT/DIT-LIT/LT/2017.
Reference (Capitalize, in Time New Roman, 13 pt, Align left in bold)
Authors are responsible for the accuracy of references cited: these should be checked against the original documents before the paper is submitted. It is vital that the references are styled correctly so that they may be hyperlinked. All references must be consisting of minimal 10 years recently and in the form of an essay.
- The citation in text and bibliography are APA style
- References should be contained most widely from a journal article and at least other sources
- Author (s) is recommended to use reference managers such as EndNote, Zotero, or Mendeley
- Written using 1 space line, in a single column, 11 font Time New Roman, in justified text, and margins on all four sides are 2.5 cm.
- References should be placed in alphabetical order by surname of author/s
i. if there are two or more references to the same author, they should be presented in chronological order with the earliest re} Reference presented first
ii. If there are two or more references to the same author in the same year, they should be distinguished by adding a, b, c, etc. after the year of publication.
The style of presenting a bibliographic reference varies according to the type of reference. Below are details of how to present the most common types of material as bibliographic references.
References to some Books
1. Borgese, E. M. (1980). Sea farm: The story of aquaculture. New York: HN Abrams.
2. Falconer, I. R. (Ed.). (2012). Algal toxins in seafood and drinking water. Adelaide: Elsevier.
3. Pillay, T. V. R., & Kutty, M. N. (2005). Aquaculture: principles and practices (2nd ed.). Oxford: Blackwell Publishing
Name of author/s or editor/s using the last name, plus initial/s. (Type Ed. or Eds. - short for editor/s- here if referring to a whole edited book). (Year of publication). Title of Book (Edition number goes here if later than first e.g. 2nd ed.). Place of publication: Publisher.
References to Chapters in edited books
Chapman, & Hall. (1997). Biochemical dynamics and the quality of fresh and frozen fish. In G.M. Hall (Ed.), Fish processing technology (pp. 1-31). London: Blackie Academic and Professional.
Name of author. (Year of publication). Title of chapter. In Name of editor/s (Ed/s.), Title of book (pp. Start and end page numbers of the chapter). Place of publication: Publisher.
References to Journal articles
Muh Nur. G. A., Pralebda, S. A., Marina, H., Zakariya, Sri, S., Eka, S., Sapto, A., Heru, P., & Moch Amin. A. (2018). Physicochemical properties of Bruguiera gymnorrhiza flour (BGF). International Food Research Journal, 25(5):1852-1857.
Rozi, Akhmad, T. M., Sifania, H. S., & Raden, B. (2018). Pengaruh Pemberian Kitosan dalam Pakan terhadap Pertumbuhan, Sintasan dan Efisiensi Pemanfaatan Pakan Nila (Oreochromis niloticus). Jurnal Perikanan Universitas Gadjah Mada, 20(2):103-111. doi.org/10.22146/jfs.38868
Name of author/s. (Year of publication). Title of article. Title of Journal, Volume number (issue number), Start and end page numbers of article.
References to Official publications
Murni, E., & Ningtyas, T. (2016). Prakarsa strategis optimalisasi pemanfaatan potensi kelautan menuju terwujudnya indonesia sebagai poros maritime. Jakarta: Indonesian Ministry of National Development Planning
Name of author/s. (Year of publication). Title of Official Publication (Official publication’s reference number). Place of publication: Publisher.
References to Conference papers
Moch Amin, A., Sri, S., Mirni, L., Dwi, Y. P., Kurnia, H., & Rifadi, R. R. (2018, April). Porosity structure of green polybag of medium density fiberboard from seaweed waste. Paper presented at the International Fisheries Symposium, University of Brawijaya, Indonesia.
Rozi, Rahayu, K., & Daruti, D. N. (2018). Detection and analysis of hemolysin genes in Aeromonas hydrophila isolated from Gourami (Osphronemus goramy) by polymerase chain reaction (PCR) IOP Conf Series: Earth and Environmental Science, 137:(2018) 012001, DOI: 101088/1755-1315/137/1/012001
Name of author/s. (Year of publication, Month of the conference). Title of Conference Paper. Paper presented at the Title of Conference or the Name of the Organization holding the conference, Location of the conference.
References to Website material
Commission of the European Communities. (2001). Global per capita fish consumption rises above 20 kilograms a year. Retrieved July 7, 2016, from http://www.fao.org/news/story/en/item/421871/icode/
Name of author/s. (Year of publication). Title of the web page. Retrieved date accessed, from World Wide Web address.
The Rules of Table and Figure
The Tables and Figures are placed separately in the last page of manuscript
A. Tables (Title in an English, Bold in Table, Time New Roman 11pt, Align left)
Tables must be submitted in MS Word documents using the “Tables” tools, or as MS Excel files. Do not send tables as un-editable pictures that have been pasted into the document.
- Tables may be included with the article or submitted as separate files.
- Single-space everything, including the table title and column headings.
- Use single horizontal lines to separate column heads and to indicate the end of the table—other horizontal lines are not needed. Never use vertical lines.
- Use sentence-style captions for tables, not fragments.
- Capitalize only the first letter of the first word in each column and row entry (except initial caps for proper nouns) and make your text of table in Bold type each word.
- Tab between column items — DO NOT “space” between columns.
- Type “NA” (not applicable) where no entry applies in the table body. Do not add filler dashes. \Label footnotes with lowercase, superscript letters, starting from the beginning of the alphabet (a, b, c).
- Redefine, in the table’s caption or in a footnote, any acronyms that are used in the table but are mentioned only infrequently in the text.
Tables should be embedded on the last page. Provide footnotes and other information (e.g., source/copyright data, explanation of boldface). Tables should be no wider than 17 cm. Condense or divide larger tables. Please submit tables as editable text and not as images. Number tables consecutively in accordance with their appearance in the text and place any table notes below the table body. Be sparing in the use of tables and ensure that the data presented in them do not duplicate results described elsewhere in the article. Please avoid using vertical rules and shading in table cells.
Equations (refer with Eq. 1, Eq. 2,..) should be indented 5 mm (0.2”). There should be one line of space above the equation and one line of space below it before the text continues. The equations have to be numbered sequentially, and the number put in parentheses at the right-hand edge of the text. Equations should be punctuated as if they were an ordinary part of the text. Punctuation appears after the equation but before the equation number. The use of Microsoft Equation is allowed. Example c2 = a2 + b2. (1)
B. Figures (Title in an English, Bold in Figure, Time New Roman 11pt, Align left)
The example of figure can be seen below.
Figure 1. Intestinal morphology of Anguilla bicolor bicolor. Histology analysis was made on the front (1), mid (2), and posterior (3) parts of the anterior intestines
Figure 2. Hemolytic activity test of Enterobacter sp. JC05, Lactococcus sp. JAL37, and Bacillus sp. PCP1 on a blood agar produced from pure sheep blood. The presence of a greenish halo indicated an α-hemolysis, whereas the absence of a halo indicated a γ-hemolysis (Ghosh et al., 2021)
Source of figures: Dewanti, A. R., Putri, A. O., Istiqomah, I., & Isnansetyo, A. (2022). Safety, Adherence, Enzymatic Activities, and Application Effects of Oral Probiotic Candidates for Shortfin Eel (Anguilla bicolor bicolor). Jurnal Ilmiah Perikanan dan Kelautan, 14(2):203-213. http://doi.org/10.20473/jipk.v14i2.34315
Provide figures embedded in the page. Figures should be drawn professionally. Photographs should be sharp (contrast). Provide footnotes and other information (e.g., source/copyright data, explanation of boldface) in the figure legend. Submit image files (e.g., electromicrograph) without text content as high-resolution (600 dpi minimum) TIFF or JPG files. Ensure that each illustration has a caption. Supply captions separately, not attached to the figure. A caption should comprise a brief title (not on the figure itself) and a description of the illustration. Keep text in the illustrations themselves to a minimum but explain all symbols and abbreviations used.
Check that pictures resolution is enough to disclose important details on the picture. Please check all the pictures either on the screen and the results in the print version. When examined images printed version, make sure that: color have quite a contrast, a picture is quite clear and all the labels on a picture can be read. Colored charts images are possible. Do not use dot pattern on charts since there is the possibility it can’t be printed in its original. Use solid fill and contrast color in charts images.
Graphical Abstract is a single, concise, and visual summary of a research’s findings. This graphic is meant to catch readers’ attention and to give a better visual understanding of what the research is about. It is also intended to encourage browsing, promote interdisciplinary scholarship, and help readers identify more quickly which papers are most relevant to their research interests. Please see the example of graphical abstract below for your reference. The guideline of graphical abstract can be downloaded here: Graphical Abstract
Guide for author
What authors should and should not do:
- Provide an image that clearly represents the research’s findings.
- The graphic should be simple and informative.
- The use of colors is encouraged.
- The graphic should uphold the standard of a scholarly, professional publication.
- The graphic must be original and unpublished artwork.
- The graphic should not include a photograph, drawing, or caricature of any living and/or deceased person.
- Image size: the image should have a size of 500 x 800 pixels (height x width). The text must be written in Times New Roman, 10pt.
- Image resolution: the image should have a minimum resolution of 600 dpi.
- Preferred file types: JPG, PNG, and TIFF.
- Graphical abstract should be submitted as a different file in the online submission system (as supplementary data file). Otherwise, it can also be submitted by email to: email@example.com after the manuscript has been accepted. Please state the manuscript ID in the email subject.
- The graphic must be equipped with an information on how to cite the manuscript.
Example: Febriansyah, S. C., Hakim, L., & Retnaningdyah, C. (2022). Evaluation of mangrove water quality in Pancer Cengkrong, Trenggalek and Sine, Tulungagung, East Java, Indonesia using phytoplankton as bioindicators. Jurnal Ilmiah Perikanan dan Kelautan, 14(2):297-312. https://doi.org/10.20473/jipk.v14i2.32459
For DOI JIPK please insert this prefix and then add your ID submission:
http://doi.org/10.20473/jipk.v<insert volume>i<insert number of issues>.<insert ID number of submission>
*delete <> after inserting volume, issue, and ID submission
Below are the examples of a graphical abstract retrieved from JIPK and online for your reference:
Example of Graphical Abstract retrieved online:
There are so many online websites that provide graphical abstract’s template for free. One of the many website is: https://www.simplifiedsciencepublishing.com/resources/best-graphical-abstract-examples-with-free-templates
For more detail information about graphical abstract, please visit Elsevier: https://www.elsevier.com/authors/tools-and-resources/visual-abstract
All lines must be sufficiently thick (1 points minimum) to reproduce well, and all symbols, superscripts, subscripts, and decimal points must be in good proportion to the rest of the drawing and large enough to allow for any necessary reduction without loss of detail. Avoid small open symbols; these tend to fill in upon reproduction. The same font style and lettering sizes should be used for all figures of similar size in any one paper. Original recorder tracings of NMR, IR, ESR spectra, etc., are not acceptable for reproduction; they must be redrawn.
Proper attribution must be given to the source of map data. Permission requirements can generally be found on the website of the map source, and attribution information generally appears on the bottom corner of the map. See attribution guidelines for Google Maps, for example, at https://www.google.ca/permissions/geoguidelines/attr-guide/. Please provide the attribution information in the figure caption if it is not clearly visible on the map. Maps must have very clear, bold patterns and must show longitudes and latitudes (or UTM coordinates) and a scale, to ensure proper identification of study locations. On maps of Quebec, the official name of municipalities must be used (e.g., Surabaya City) and physical features must be in English (e.g., Lake Abitibi ) except for those that are considered of local name significance in English and French (e.g., Atlantic Ocean and Océan Atlantik) and should appear in the language of the paper.
Photographs should be continuous tone, of high quality, and with strong contrast. Only essential features should be shown. A photograph, or group of them, should be planned to fit into the area of either one or two columns of text with no further reduction. Electron micrographs or photomicrographs must include a scale bar directly on the illustration. Please do not use magnification. The best results will be obtained if the authors match the contrast and density of all figures arranged as a single plate.
Colour illustrations will be at the author’s expense. Authors must submit a Colour Authorization Form with approval of the author or institution who will pay for the colour reproduction. Further details on the info you could contact the Journal Editorial Office.
Colour illustrations should use contrasting colours rather than colours very close in hue, or differentiate similar colours by inserting patterns over the colours (e.g., stippling, hatching). When a figure is to appear in colour online and in black and white in print, authors must supply only a single colour version of the illustration (rather than one colour version and one black-and-white version). The figure caption should provide a clear explanation of the figure whether the figure is being viewed in the online or print version of the Journal (for example, instead of “the red and blue symbols”, write “the red circles and blue squares”).
Structures and schemes should be placed on separate pages (not within the text). The use of a computer drawing program such as ChemDraw or ChemWindows is highly recommended. Single-width bold and broken lines are preferred to wedges for stereochemical notation; 12-pt Time new Roman font should be used for atom labels.
Graphical abstracts are published as part of the Table of Contents (applies to JIPK only). The graphical abstract may consist of a small structural diagram, equation, or other informative drawings that serve to illustrate the subject of the article. The authors should note that the maximum allowable size of the final reproduction is 40 mm high by 85 mm wide without text (except necessary labels) and should plan accordingly. The graphical abstract must be submitted in an electronic format.
Preparation of electronic graphic files
JIPK prefers the submission of illustrations, figures, and other artwork (such as multimedia) for accepted manuscripts in an electronic format and will use these electronic files whenever possible to ensure accuracy, clarity, and the highest level of detail.
See the electronic graphics list at http://nrcresearchpress.com/page/authors/information/graphics for accepted file formats.
Windows or Macintosh versions of True Type or Type 1 fonts should be used. Do not use bitmap or nonstandard fonts.
All figures should be submitted at the desired published size. For figures with several parts (e.g., a, b, c, d, etc.) created using the same software application, assemble them into one file rather than sending several files.
Remember that the more complex your artwork becomes, the greater the possibility for problems at output time. Avoid complicated textures and shadings, especially in vector illustration programs; this increases the chance for a poor-quality final product.
Bitmap (raster) files the proper resolution should be used when submitting bitmap artwork. The minimum requirements for resolution are 600 dpi for line art, 1200 dpi for fine lines (line art with fine lines or shading), 600 dpi for halftones and colour, and 600 dpi for combinations (halftones with lettering outside the photo area).
All colour files submitted must be as CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow, and black). These colours are used in full-colour commercial printing. RGB graphics (red, green, and blue; colours specifically used to produce an image on a monitor) will not print correctly.
Vector files are image files produced using elements such as lines and shapes. Typically these files are used for line drawings.
Bitmaps inside vector files Bitmaps can be imported into vector/draw applications only for the purpose of adding and overlaying information, lines, text, etc. Bitmaps should not be resized, cropped, rotated, or otherwise manipulated after importing.
The Journal allows authors to incorporate audio and video clips into their paper; these are published in the online version of the Journal, adding a dimension to the paper that cannot be achieved in the printed version. For submission guidelines and accepted formats, see the List of Accepted Graphic Files at http://nrcresearchpress.com/page/authors/information/graphics.
Spelling should follow Webster’s Third New International Dictionary or the Oxford English Dictionary. Authors are responsible for consistency in spelling.
Nomenclature, abbreviations, and acronyms
Nomenclature and abbreviations should follow the rules recommended by the International Union of Biochemistry (IUB) Committee of Editors of Biochemical Journals with support of IUPAC. As a general guide for biological terms, Scientific Style and Format: The CSE Manual for Authors, Editors, and Publishers (8th ed., 2014; http://www.scientificstyleandformat.org/Home.html), published by the Council of Science Editors, is recommended. For enzyme nomenclature, Enzyme Nomenclature (1992): Recommendations of the Nomenclature Committee of the International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (Academic Press, San Diego, Calif.) should be followed.
Abbreviations and acronyms that are standard in the discipline need not be defined. All others must be defined when they are first mentioned in the text and those with more than one meaning should be avoided.
Units of measurement
SI units (Système international d’unités) should be used or SI equivalents should be given. Avoid ambiguous forms such as g C/m2/day; use g C·m–2·day–1. This system is explained and other useful information is given in the Metric Practice Guide (2000) published by CSA International (178 Rexdale Blvd., Toronto, ON M9W 1R3, Canada). For practical reasons, some exceptions to SI units are allowed. Units such as kilocalorie, reciprocal centimetre (wave number), and atmosphere may be used for the foreseeable future.
The assumptions and (or) the model underlying any statistical analysis should be clearly stated. Symbols such as * and **, denoting levels of significance, should not be used except in conjunction with the actual values of the associated test statistic; actual p values are preferred.
The Journal follows the names and spelling for fishes recommended in Common and Scientific Names of Fishes from the United States, Canada, and Mexico (7th ed., Spec. Publ. No. 34, American Fisheries Society, 2004) and the gene nomenclature for protein-coding loci outlined in Shaklee et al. (Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 119: 2–15, 1990).
In writing long numbers, the digits should be separated into groups of three, counted from the decimal marker to the left and right. The separator should be a space and not a comma, period, or any other mark, for example, 25 562 987 and not 25,562,987. In English text, the decimal marker should be a point, for example, 0.1 mL and not 0,1 mL. The decimal point in all numbers between 1 and –1, except 0, must be preceded by a 0. The sign × should be used to indicate multiplication, e.g., 3 × 106 and not 3·106.
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