All papers are refereed through a double blind process. Please submit your paper in the form of an MS Word file attached directly to the Editor-in-Chief at. Submitted papers should not have been previously published nor be currently under consideration for publication elsewhere. (N. B. Conference papers may only be submitted if the paper was not originally copyrighted and if it has been completely re-written).
- The submitted manuscripts should be written in good English following the formatting provided herewith by the ENRIJ.
- The text should be typed in Times New Roman using; font size 14 for all text with double-space (when submitted), and font 13 for the title and 12 for the rest of text with single-space (after acceptance). Page margins of 2.5cm (all sides) are required in all cases. However, in the former case the manuscript should not exceed max. 25 pages (A4) for review articles, 20 pages for full original manuscripts and 12 pages for short communications/scientific notes.
- The structure of full manuscript includes: Title, Author(s) followed by Affiliation and Corresponding Author’s contact (E-mail & phone), Abstract ended with 4 – 7 Keywords (should not repeat title words), Introduction ended with Objectives, Materials and Methods, Results and Discussion (preferably combined), Conclusion, Acknowledgement (if any), and References, arranged in the same order.
Main titleThe title should be brief (not exceeding 19 words in length), clear and reflect the content of the manuscript. The title must be centered and bolded with capitalized initials.
AuthorsThe authors’ names should follow the title, written in bold and centered. This should be accompanied with affiliations of all contributors, underneath the names. Indicate the name of the corresponding author (use an asterisk) along with contact information (E-mail, phone & P.O. Box or fax).
AbstractA concise abstract should state briefly the whole content of the manuscript, to include a short background of the problem, materials and methods adopted, significant results and concluding word(s). Use sentence case for the abstract title, aligned to the center and bolded, whereas the abstract body to be justified in one block. The abstract should be written in the past tense, and should not exceed 300 words.
KeywordsAs stated above, 4 – 7 keywords reflecting significant issues in the text are required to be written immediately below the abstract. You should not repeat the same words of title in keywords.
IntroductionThe introduction should give clear background on the problem under investigation depending on relevant and up to date literature. It needs to clarify the hypothesis justification and to be concluded with understandable solid objective(s). Such objectives are advisable to be written untitled in a separate paragraph at the end of the introduction.
Materials and MethodsThis section should describe the research methodology applied in an understandable way to permit reproduction of relevant works, besides providing citations for critical works. For new tools, techniques or procedures the author(s) are required to provide scientific and statistical verification or clear cut explanation based on literature to support his/their approach.
Results and DiscussionResults and discussion may be written separately, but it is advisable to be joined. The data may be presented in tables or figures, but not both for the same results. Photos are not desirable unless of significant importance, if so graphics and photos should be of high resolution applying proper recent software programs. Statistical analyses of data using standard methods are recommended. However, presented results should be discussed properly on light of obtained findings, and consulted literature. Concrete conclusion(s) answering the stated objectives is/are required.
Tables and FiguresTables and figures should be designed in simple manners, self explanatory and with reasonable sizes. Use brief titles numbered in Arabic numerals, and arrange them consecutively at the end of the text before the references, each in a separate page. Don’t repeat the same data in table(s) and figure(s).
ReferencesReferences should be arranged alphabetically based on authors’ surnames (Harvard). In text: Put family names of authors plus the reference date in parentheses as explained in the following examples:
- One author – (Ali, 2010); two authors – (Ali and Mohamed, 2010); three or more authors – (Ali et al., 2010).
- Ali (2010) stated …; Ali and Mohamed (2010) mentioned …; Ali et al. (2010) … etc.
- (Ali, 2010a; Ali, 2010b); Ali (2010ab) stated … etc.
- (Ali, 2010, and Mohamed, 2014); (Ali, 2007; Mohamed, 2010, and Singh et al., 2012)
- Badawy, A. (1967). The morphology and biology of Phyllocnistis citrella Staint., a citrus leaf miner in the Sudan. Bulletin of the Entomological Society of Egypt, 51: 95-103.
- Bilal, N.A.A., and Satti, A.A. (2012). The major predators and their seasonal abundance in okra fields at El-Gorair Scheme, northern Sudan. The Experiment, 4(4): 271-276.
- Zhang, A.G.; O’Leary, C., and Quarles, W. (1994). Chinese IPM for citrus leaf miner (Phyllocnistis citrella). IPM Practitioner, 16(8): 10-13.
- Edriss, A.E., and Satti, A.A. (2014). Phytochemical analysis of different extracts from leaves and seeds of grapefruit (Citrus paradisi Macfad.). Eleventh Arab Congress of Plant Protection, 9 – 13 November 2014, Amman, Jordan. (Abstract Book)
- Satti, A.A. (2011). Towards an Arab strategy for digital encyclopedia of scientific outputs. Proceedings, Conference of Arabic Content on the Internet, Challenges and Ambitions, 3-7 October 2011, Al-Imam Muhammad bin Saud Islamic University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, pp. 333- 345. (editors)
- Sharaf Eldin, N. (1986). Investigation into the biology, ecology and control of the cotton aphid in the Sudan. In: El Bashir et al., (eds.); Crop Pest Management in the Sudan, 1986. Proceedings of a Symposium held in Khartoum, Feb. 1978. Khartoum University Press, Khartoum, Sudan. pp. 369 – 374.
- Satti, A.A. (2012). First record of a mycophagous insect from the Sudan. Arab and Near East Plant Protection Newsletter (ANEPPNEL) 55(1): 5.
- Nasr, O.E. (1982). Studies on Some Natural Enemies Of Diaspin Scales with Special Reference to Parlatoria blanchardii Targ. M.Sc. Thesis (Agric.), University of Khartoum, Khartoum, Sudan. 160 p.
- Giha, O.H. (1987). Plant Pathology: an Introductory Course. Wiley Eastern Limited, India. 132p.
- Dabrowski, Z.T.; Alsaffar, A.A., and Abdel Rahman, A.A. (1994). Integrated pest management on vegetable crops in the Sudan: Development and implementation strategy. In: Dabrowski, Z.T. (ed.); Integrated Vegetable Crop Management in the Sudan, 1994. ICIPE Sci. Press, Nairobi, Kenya. pp.16-19.
Submission & publication process
- In case of a new manuscript three hard copies + a soft copy must be submitted, together with a covering letter including name & address of the corresponding author. Contributions should be handed directly to the Managing Editor, ENRIJ office, ENDRI, Mohamed Nagib St., Khartoum, Sudan. The journal E-mail (email@example.com) can also be used for correspondence.
- The editor may reject any manuscript that is not fulfilling the instructions and formatting of ENRIJ. However, if conforms to the requirements it will be sent for peer reviewing.
- After correction, only one hard copy + a soft copy should be submitted in the same way. This must be done within two weeks from receiving the reviewed copies.
- Upon acceptance a galley proof will be sent to the corresponding author for checking typographical errors before publication. It should be returned within five days of receiving, otherwise the ENRIJ editor will decide whether to be published or not.
- The corresponding author will receive a PDF copy of his published article(s) via E-mail.