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Articles are sent via OJS (Open Journal Systems) via the web Journal of Bioma : Berkala Ilmiah Biologi with online submissions. The manuscript is typed in two columns, using single spacing, Times New Roman typeface, size 12 points, 11 points and 10 points with an edge spacing of 2 cm on all sides. The manuscript of the results of the study is expected to be no more than 25 pages (including pictures and tables). Titles are written in a concise, clear, and informative manner, a maximum of 20 words. The running title is about 5 words. The name and address of the institution are written complete with the name and street number (location), postal code, telephone number, facsimile number, e-mail address and website. In the group manuscript it is necessary to show the author for correspondence along with the address in the order as above. Abstracts should be clear, concise, and written in English for English papers, or both English and Bahasa Indonesia for Indonesian papers. The abstract text is limited to 250 words. Abstracts must include the following elements: an introduction and a statement of the purpose of your study, the research methods/methodology used to arrive at your conclusions, the results observed, the conclusions drawn from your study, and their significance. Attach no tables, charts, illustrations, or additional figures. Cite no sources. Include no credit or grant funding. Keywords 3-5 words, including scientific and local names (if any), research topics and special methods used. Introduction of about 400- 600 words, explain why you chose the work you did and prepare readers for the structure of your paper. Write four components, most likely (but not always) in four paragraphs: context, need, task, and document object. First, provide some context to help readers who are unfamiliar with the subject and to establish the significance of your work. Second, state the importance of your work as a contrast between what the scientific community currently has and what it desires. Third, describe what you have done to address the need (this is the task). Avoid a detailed review of the literature or a summary of the findings. Materials and Methods should emphasize how data collected and how to analyze. Provide details in this section to assist other researchers to repeat your study. Methods that have already been published must be paraphrased, summarized, and referenced. Describe any adjustments made to existing procedures. Results and Discussions Include tables and charts as needed, but avoid duplicating the data by providing the same information in both a table and a graph, or by repeating the graphical information in the text. Each included result must have a method specified in the methods section. Ensure that all relevant methods are already present. In contrast, each method should also produce some results. Discussion is the answer to the question of why and how research results can occur, not just re-expressing the research results in the form of sentences. This section should analyze the importance of the study's findings rather than restate them. Avoid lengthy citations and discussions of published works. Explain in detail what the results represent and why they are crucial. Compare the results to prior findings and explain any discrepancies. If certain results lacked statistically significant differences, explain that any observed differences may have been attributable to chance. Conclusions may summarize the paper's key points, but the conclusion should not be identical to the abstract. A conclusion could explain the significance of the study or suggest further applications and extensions. Avoid using bullets and numbers. Acknowledgments if necessary are written briefly and if the research comes from Grant funds, please write the contract number. Use the singular heading even if there are numerous acknowledgments. Avoid phrases such, "One of us would like to thank..." Instead, write "Author thanks...”. Images and Tables are a maximum of 3 pages. The title of the image is written below the image, while the title of the table is written above the table. Each image and photo is included in the form of a digital file and is captioned. There are no attachments, all data or data analysis is included in the Results and Discussions.
Scientific names (genus, species, author), and cultivars or strains are mentioned in full at first mention. Henceforth the genus name can be abbreviated (e.g., Bacillus subtilis is further written B. subtilis) and the author’s name can be omitted after the first mention, unless it raises confusion. The full mention of the scientific name can be repeated in the Materials and Methods section. Chemical and biochemical nomenclature follows the IUPAC-IUB rules. Metric size uses SI units. Unit shortening, such as g, mg, ml, and so on is not followed by a period. Minus indices (m- 2, l-1, h-1) are recommended to be used, except in such cases as "per-plant" or "per-plot". Numbers one through ten are expressed in words, except when it comes to measurement, while the values above them are written in numbers, except at the beginning of sentences. Fractions are best expressed in decimals. In the text used "%" instead of "percent".
The writing of the citation in the manuscript is written in the form of the author's last name and year. In sentences referenced from several authors, the author's name is sorted based on library updates. On the script written by the two authors, the names of the two are mentioned. Whereas manuscripts are written by three or more authors, only the name of the first author is written followed by et al., for example: Sprent & Sprent (1990) or (Suranto et al., 1998; Baker & Manwell, 1991; Smith 1982a, b). In stratified citations the word in or in is used, for example (Gyorgy, 1991 in Coward, 1999) or (Gyorgy, 1991 in Coward, 1999).
Bibliography is typed with double spaces. The citation follows the Harvard style with the following modifications:
Electronic Journal: Setiawan, E., Muzaki, F. K., and Ashuri, N. M., 2018. Shallow water sponges that associated to mangrove ecosystem at Labuhan conservation area in Sepulu, Bangkalan, Madura, East Java Province. NICHE Journal of Tropical Biology, [Online] Volume 1(2), pp. 19-29. https://doi.org/10.14710/niche.1.2.19-29 [Accessed: 5 Nov. 2022].
Books: Ludwig, J.A. and J.F. Reynolds. 2001. Statistical Ecology: A Primer on Methods and Computing. John Wiley & Sons. York. PP 159-204.
Chapters in the book : Baker, C.M.A and C. Manwell. 1991. Population genetics, molecular markers and gene conservation of bovine breeds. In: Hickman, C.G. (ed.). Cattle Genetic Resources. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Publishers B.V.
Abstract: Liu, Q., S. Salih, J. Ingersoll, R. Meng, L. Owens, and F. Hammerschlag. 2000. response of transgenic 'Royal Gala' appple (Malus x domestica Borkh) shoots, containing the modified cecropin MB39 gene to Erwinia amylovora . Abstracts of 97th Annual International Conference of the American Society for Horticultural Sciences. Lake Buena Vista, Flo., 23-26 July 2000.
Proceedings: Alikodra, H.S. 2000. Biodiversity for the development of autonomous regions. In: Setyawan, A.D. and Sutarno (ed.). Towards Gunung Lawu National Park, Proceedings of the National Semiloka for Biodiversity Conservation for the Protection and Rescue of Nutfah Plasma in Java Island. Surakarta, July 17-20, 2000.
Thesis, Thesis, Dissertation : Purwoko, T. 2001. Isoflavone Biotransformation by Rhizopus oryzae UICC 524 and Antioxidant Activity of Aglikon Isoflavones from Tempeh against Soybean Oil Oxidation [Thesis]. Jakarta: University of Indonesia.
Information from the Internet: Rosauer, D. 1998. forest Disturbance and Succession.http://www.anu.edu.au/Forestry/silvinative/daniel/chapter1/1.1.html
Manuscripts of publications "in press" can be cited and listed in the bibliography. "Personal communications" may be cited, but cannot be listed in the bibliography. Manuscripts may be rejected if the material presented is not in accordance with the mission of the journal, the quality of the material is low, the format is not appropriate, the language style is too complicated, there is dishonesty of the authenticity of the research, and correspondence is not responded to. Only the first author on the group manuscript will get one copy of the journal containing his writing.
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