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Author Guidelines

The authors should follow the following specifications before they submit a paper.

A full paper should include: 


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.

  1. The title should include:  The full title of the paper without abbreviations. Full names of all authors indicating the corresponding authors affiliation, telephone, fax, electronic addresses and URL's of personal and institutional WEB pages.
  2. Authors must provide between three and six keywords relevant to the topic.
  3. Authors should provide their present address in case it is different than the affiliation described at the Title page. It should include address, phone and fax
  4. An abstract in both languages Greek and  English should be included. Each abstract should  not exceed 200 words. Considering that the abstract is published separately by the  citation services, it should contain enough information so that the paper could be fully understood by those who do not have access to the full text.
  5. The introduction  should be brief and limited to the definition of the problem, the aims and purposes of the research and its relation to similar research studies in the field. The working hypothesis must be clearly stated.
  6. It should include details on the experimental design, the materials used and the methods performed so that the results can  be reproduced.
  7. The aim of the Results and Discussion is the interpretation of the results and their relation to the existing knowledge. Tables and figures should only be included if required to fully understand the data. The contribution to the topic must be clearly stated. The information given in any part of the text may be cited.
  8. The acknowledgments of the contributions of colleagues can be stated in this section. Acknowledgments for financial support must be cited on the corresponding section.
  9. References:

    • If the reference is taken from a journal article should include the following parts: Author(s) full name if available,  title, Journal title ,year, volume, issue number, pages. Example: SSmith John T.  (2003).  “The study of birds migration”. Journal of Ornithology,  22(5) : 345-353.
    • Reference is a book it should include the following parts: Author(s): full name (if available), Year of publication,  Book title, Edition (except for 1st edition), Place of publication,  Publisher(s), Total number of pages,  International Standard Book Number (ISBN). Example: Smith  J.T., Brown G. and Johnson J.G., (2003).  “Biochemical calculations”  2nd ed. London, Universal Press, 240, ISBN: 0-89604-386-3

    • If the reference is a book chapter it should include the following parts: Author(s) of the chapter: full name if available, Chapter title, In:  author of the book or editor (omitted in case the author of the chapter is the same),   title of the book, place of publication, publisher, year of publication, volume,number of pages. Example: Barrette, L.M. and Couillard, D. (1993) Bacterial leaching of sulfide tailings in an airlift reactor. In: Torma, A.E., Wey, J.E. and Laksman, V.L. eds. Biohydrometallurgical TechnologiesThe Minerals, Metals and Materials Society. Warrendale, Pennsylavania, , vol. 1, p. 205-215.

    • If the reference is a Paper in Conference Proceedings it should include the following parts: Author(s): full name if available,Document title, year of publication In: name of conference, congress, meeting, etc., Conference, congress, meeting number, date of conference, congress, meeting, etc., place of conference, congress, meeting, etc. (city and country), place of conference, congress, meeting, etc. (city and country), work title, place of publication, publisher, ,number of pages. Example: Acevedo, F.; Cacciuttolo, M.A. and Gentina, J.C., (1988)Comparative performance of stirred and Pachuca tanks in the bioleaching of a copper concentrate. In: Biohydrometallurgy: Proceedings of the International Biohydrometallurgy Symposium. (12th-16th July, 1988, Warwick, UK). Science and Technology Letters, Kew Surrey, UK. NORRIS, P.R. and KELLY, D.P. eds.,. p. 385-394.

    • If the reference is a Paper in Journal Article In Press should include the following parts: Author(s): full name if available, Year Article title,Journal title (full name), Volume (if available) Number (if available), Indicate: In press. Example: Dasilva, Edgar J (1998).. Biotechnology: developing countries and globalization. World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology, vol. 14. In press,

    • If the reference is  Electronic Monographs (including web sites), Databases and Computer Programs should include the following parts: Primary responsibility (author or other),Title,Type of medium,Edition,Place of publication,Publisher,Yearof publication,Date of update/revision,Date of citation (date on wich the electronic document was seen: [cited date]), Availability and access (information for identifying and locating the source of the references),International Standard Book Number (ISBN) or International Standard Serial Number. Example: Bide, Mark. In search of the unicorn: the Digital Object Identifier from a user perspective [online]. Revised. London; Book Industry Communication, February 1998 [cited 9 June 1998]. Portable Document Format. Available from Internet: ISBN 1-873671-19-9.


  10. Tables must be numbered with Arabic numerals in the order in which they are cited in the text. They should have a brief descriptive title placed at the top. A short description is also accepted. Footnotes can be included below the table. Tables cannot duplicate data contained in the text. Tables must be sent in Microsoft Word and have no links to the main document or other archives. Provide files at approximately the correct size they are to be printed (letter size).
  11. The figures must be numbered with Arabic numerals and have a brief descriptive title. If needed a short descrition is also accepted. Footnotes can be included below the figure. Figures must be sent in Microsoft Word and have no links to the main document or other archives.
  12. Black and white and colour photographs of 20 x 25 cm in smooth and brilliant paper can be submitted. 
    Digitalized photographs must be sent using a TIFF format, with a minimum of 300 dpi. Also GIF and JPG formats can be used. Special care on the maximum definition of the photographs is required.
  13. Drawing and graphs. For line art, the following software can be used: Microsoft Word, Adobe Illustrator 8 EPS, Freehand 8, Canvas 6, PDF and Postscript Level 2.
  14. Photographs, drawing, graphs and tables. Provide files at 90 mm width (single column) or 185 mm (double column) considering the actual size of the printed PDF version (letter size paper).
  15. VideosWe accept digitized videos using Avi format.

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