International Journal of
Aquatic Science (IJAS) is published Annually
International Journal of Aquatic Science
in: Thomson Reuters (ISI),
original research papers on topics in the field of
Aquatic, including Ecology, Taxonomy, Genetics,
Physiology, Molecular Biology, Biosystematics and etc.
2. Papers should be written in English.
3. Manuscripts submitted for publication should be
typewritten with double spacing and broad margins. The
pages must be numbered. The title page should contain:
full title, name(s) of author(s), name(s) and
address(es) of the institute where the study was carried
out, name, address and e-mail address of corresponding
4. Manuscripts should be submitted preferentially by
email as an attached Word file
(including Figures; max. 2 Mb.
5. Manuscripts should be preceded by an abstract
containing a summary of the aims, the results and the
conclusions of the study. The abstract should not exceed
200 words, and should be followed by a list of key words
Tables should be numbered consecutively in Arabic
numerals and bear a legend at the top. They are to be
attached to the end of the manuscript. In the text they
are referred to as "Tab. 1" etc.
Figures should be cited consecutively in the text by
Arabic numerals (Fig. 1)
8. The scientific names of species and genus should be
written by Italic font.
There are four categories of contributions
Primary Research papers
(<25 printed pages)
Short Communication (2−4 printed pages)
Review papers (<25
Opinion papers (2−4 printed pages)
10. The approximate position of each figure or table
should be indicated in the manuscript.
11. References in the text should be cited in the
Lappin and Swinney (1999)
and Swinney, 1999)
In case of more than two authors, the name of the first
author followed by et al. is to be used.
12. At the end of the
paper, references should be arranged in alphabetical
order of authors names.
should be cited as follows:
Van Der Geer J.,
Hanraads J.A.J. and Lupton R.A. (2000) The art of
writing a scientific article. Journal of Science
Darwin C. (1874) The descent of man, and selection in
relation to sex. 2d ed. John Murray, London.
Anderson M. (1994) Sexual Selection. Princeton
University Press, Princeton.
Bengtson D.A., Leger P.H. and Sorgeloos P. (1991) Use of
Artemia as a food source for aquaculture. In: Bengtson,
Sorgeloos and Trotman (eds) Artemia Biology, CRC Press,
Florida, U.S.A.: 255-285.
Yousefi M., Rafiee M.R. and Sokhansanj A. (2007)
Molecular Study on Salt-Resistance in a Moderately
Halophilic Bacterium; Halomonas ventosae Isolated from
Urmia Salt Lake. II International Conference on
Environmental, Industrial and Applied Microbiology,
Seville (Spain), 236.
13. Authors can suggest
four referees (with email addresses).
14. Authors will have to transfer the copyright of
their article to the Publisher.
be submitted by:
Manuscript Submission System
aqu (dot) sic (at) gmail (dot) com