We ask that writers submitting manuscripts to ECronicon match the desired publication criteria so that we can move forward as quickly as possible. The following guidelines should be followed by authors when writing their articles.
Please review the author checklist below before submitting your work.
1. Send a cover letter
2. Author names and affiliations
4. Keywords and Abstract
5. Use of abbreviations
6. Provide an overview/ introduction part
7. The use of appropriate headings
8. Deliberation/ Discussion
9. Concluding thoughts
10. Thank you notes (If any)
The corresponding author is required to prepare a cover letter describing how the work is appropriate for publishing in ECronicon. The cover letter should include signatures from all authors and state that the article has not been published elsewhere or conveyed for the purpose of any other publication other than ECronicon. If the article's author is a student, it is recommended that he or she obtain approval from the institution's department before submitting the paper.Download the cover letter by clicking here
Include the full names of all writers, with the corresponding author's name denoted by an asterisk (*). Also include the associated author's name, affiliation, e-mail and contact number. For all the authors, mention Department, University/Organisation, City, State and Country.
The title should be specific and relevant to the article's topic. Do not use abbreviations in the title and write it in title case (capitalise all the words except prepositions, articles and conjunctions). Italics should be used for all species/botanical names.
Give a minimum of 4-6 keywords. Abstract should be no more than 350 words long and it should provide a concise summary of the major topics. If possible, avoid utilising acronyms and do not include any citations.
All abbreviations should be specified..
The beginning is your chance to persuade readers and reviewers that your study topic is interesting and that your paper deserves their time.
Offer appropriate headers for the text, and we also ask that authors number the headings for clarity.
The objective of the discussion section is to explain any new understanding or insights that occurred as a result of your study and to interpret and characterise the importance of your results in connection to what was already known about the research problem being studied.
The conclusion of a paper is where you wrap up your thoughts and leave a lasting impact on the reader. Its main objective is to restate the research challenge that the study addresses. Make a summary of your main points or findings.
This is the part where you express your gratitude to those who helped you with your project.
References for your paper should only be published manuscripts. At the end of the text, authors are asked to offer a sequential list of references.
When referring to alpha (α), beta (β), mu (µ), pi (π) and other symbols, please use the International System of Units (SI Units).
All images should be high-resolution, preferably 300 dpi. All figures must be cited in the text, and authors must specify where they should be placed in the text. Figure captions must be presented in a logical order at the end of the article. Please do not submit any previously copyrighted figures unless you have received specific written permission from the copyright holder to publish them under the CCAL.
Also include tables in the text with relevant captions at the end of the article.Download the manuscript template by clicking here.
ECronicon's content is covered by the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. We offer the corresponding author the authority to make any required revisions, and he/she will act as our guarantor for the paper. ECronicon offers all users the right to access the content that is published, as well as the encouragement to use the data for any sane and non-commercial purpose, provided that proper authorship and ownership of the rights are properly attributed.
ECronicon gladly accepts all types of original literature, including research articles, review articles, mini-reviews, case reports, short communications, opinions, letters to the editor, symposiums, commentaries, perspectives, conceptual papers, proceedings, news letters and any other genuine dossier worthy of publication.
Within 24 hours of submission, the author receives an acknowledgement e-mail confirming receipt of the piece (If you do not receive an acknowledgement e-mail, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Article Processing Charge (APC) has been created by ECronicon to be very low and affordable, making it possible and convenient for all researchers to publish their outstanding work without any barriers or obstacles. Please review the following list for information on the processing fee.
|Research Article||$ 499|
|Review Article||$ 499|
|Mini Review||$ 449|
|Short Communication||$ 449|
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