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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.
  • As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all the authors guidelines, and submissions that do not adhere to them may be returned to authors.

Author Guidelines

Our review considers all manuscripts under the strict condition that they have been submitted only to this journal and that they have not already been published. They should not be considered for publication or printing elsewhere. It is recommended that an English, French, Spanish or Arabic.

The Journal regularly publishes articles, notes, papers and reviews. With the exception of guest magazines, editorial board members, whose opinions will form the basis of the publisher's final decision, will review the manuscripts.


Three types of manuscripts may be submitted:

Regular articles: These are full descriptions of the current results of the original research, and experimental procedures should be given with sufficient detail for others to check the work. The length of a complete document must bebetween five and twenty pages.

Short communications: A short communication is a concise but independent report that records the results of small, complete surveys, including the declaration of additional controls and confirmatory results in other contexts, as well as negative results. The style of the main sections must not conform to that of the complete papers. Short communications are 2 to 3 printed pages (approximately 6 to 9 hand written pages) in length.

Revue: The journal articles do not cover the original research but rather accumulate the results of various articles on a particular subject in a coherent account of the state of the art in this field. Review articles provide information on the subject and also provide references from journals to original research. Submissions for examinations and perspectives on current topics are welcome and encouraged.

REGULAR ARTICLES: Preparation of the manuscript

All manuscripts must be clearly written in Arabic or English. It must be typewritten in double-spaced Microsoft Word, with pages numbered consecutively from the title page, using an Arial text font or Times New Roman. Your manuscript should be presented in the following order:

Information on the title and authors:

The title page should start with the type of manuscript (search, review article, short communications, etc.). This must be concise, short, precise and explain the nature of the work. The names of all authors (first name, middle initial, last name) including their departmental and institutional addresses should also be included. The name of the corresponding author as well as the telephone, fax and e-mail must beprovided. An asterisk (*) must beadded to the right of the corresponding author's name. Its affiliation must beindicated by the exhibitors 1, 2, 3, ......placed after the name of each author and before each affiliation.


The abstract shouldbe a single, unstructured paragraph of up to 200 words describing the scope, assumption or rationale for the work and the main conclusions. The abstract must bewritten in the past and presented without subtitles. No reference should be quoted in this section.


Immediately after the abstract, approximately 6 to 10 keywords must be provided, which will be used for indexing purposes.


The introduction should be short and precise. It should describe the basic principles of the research, the previous work and the purpose of this study. The hypothesis to be tested must be specified. The summary of results should be avoided. A thorough discussion of the relevant literature should be included in the discussion section.

Materials and methods:

Only new techniques and modifications to known methods should be described in detail. The methods already published must be indicated by a reference. Appropriate statistical methods should be used and the level of probability (P) at which the differences were found to be significant should be indicated. If the data are presented in the text, indicate what they represent (eg, mean ± SEM). Indicate if the data has been transformed before the analysis. Specify the statistical computer programs used.


Results should be clear and concise using tables or figures where possible. The text should specify the tabular data. It must be written in the past to describe the results of the authors' experiences. Sufficient data with a joint index of variation must be presented for a correct interpretation of the results of the experiment.


The discussion shouldbe able to interpret the results in a clear and concise manner in relation to the results

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