Food Science and Technology

ISSN-print: 2073-8684
ISSN-online: 2409-7004
ISO: 26324-2012

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Review process

All manuscripts are initially treated by editors to assess their compliance with the requirements of the journal and the subject.

After the editor decision the manuscripts are sent to at least two external experts working in this area. Review comments transmitted to the author, together with a recommendation for a possible revision of the manuscript. Publishing editor reports to the authors about adopting manuscript without require revision or authors are given the opportunity to review the manuscript and submit it again, or manuscript rejected.

Requirements for the text

  • Font – Times New Roman
  • Font size – 10
  • Interval -1
  • Margins of the document – 20 mm
  • Number of pages – 6 – 8 for experimental articles and 8 – 14 for reviews
  • Article language: Ukrainian, Russian, English

Structure of article and requirements for the article

TITLE OF THE ARTICLE
(No more than 10 words, it does not contain abbreviations, strictly correspond to the content of article)


AUTHOR INFORMATION

S. Ivanov, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor1, E-mail

O. Orlova, PhD student2, E-mail

1Department of Chemistry

2Department Technology

Odessa National Academy of Food Technologies

112, Kanatna str., Odessa, Ukraine, 65039

Contact tel:

Abstract (1800 – 2000 characters). Abstracts should be informative (do not contain common phrases, reflect the main content of the article and research results), structured (follow the logic of describing the results in the article).

Keywords (5–10 words)

Introduction

  • to which area of science (production) include studies referred to in Article;
  • justification of the relevance of the problem to be solved by the author.

Formulation of the problem in general and in relation to important scientific and practical tasks.

Literature review

This section should provide an analysis of research and publications in which other scholars have worked on the problem, highlighting the previously unresolved parts of the general problem to which your article is devoted.

The purpose and objectives of the study. The purpose and objectives should be interrelated and should cover the theme stated in the paper title. Research objectives should be numbered.

Materials and methods of research. First, you must provide a description of the materials and reagents used in the work, indicating the manufacturer and the country of production. Research methods should be structured according to the objectives of the research. Research methods should be formulated so that the above research description can be reproduced.

Results and Discussion. This article part should be structured according to the tasks set. This section does not allow a mere statement of research results without detailed explanation and comparison with similar works.

Conclusions. The conclusions should be structured according to the tasks set. The conclusions should not contain general information but reflect the results of the research and the prospects for further research in this direction.

References. All sources of literature should be cited in order and designed in Vancouver style.

Requirements for the elements of article

Drawings, diagrams and diagrams - black-and-white in any pictorial editor who supports formats bmp, gif, tiff, pcx, jpeg, dwg, cdr, mcd. Use of diagrams and diagrams Microsoft Excel in graduations of the black is admitted. Drawings foliate and sign on center of a line a clarendon without a point in the end, interpretation of labels do before a title of drawing in the italics. Before and after a drawing title - an interval in 6 pt.

Formulas - gather in editor Microsoft Equation 3.0 and center. Foliate only those formulas on which there are references. Numbers of formulas specify in round brackets and level by a page right edge. Alignment of formulas and levelling of numbers is fulfilled by tabulation (but not white spaces!) tuning parameters: a variable - italics, others - usual, sizes (pt.): usual - 10; a large coefficient - 7; a small coefficient - 6; a major figure - 16; a small figure - 10.

Tables, as a rule, have under the text after the first mention or on the following page. A table title specify through a short dash after the number on center of a line a clarendon without a point in the end. Before and after a table title, and also be-fore the paragraph, the following after the table, erect intervals in 6 pt.

References

  • Sources must be at least 15 and more
  • The list of references should be at least 60% on foreign sources
  • The list of links inadmissible use national standards
  • The percentage of self-citations - no more than 30% (ie, if you used the 10 links, only 3 of them can to your works)
  • References must be completed according to the standard Vancouver Citation Style

Books

Standard Format for Books: Author Surname Initials. Title: subtitle. Edition (if not the first). Place of publication: Publisher; Year.

Book with One Author or Editor

  1. Mason J. Concepts in dental public health. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2005.
  2. Ireland R, editor. Clinical textbook of dental hygiene and therapy. Oxford: Blackwell Munksgaard; 2006.

Two-Six Authors/Editors

  1. Miles DA, Van Dis ML, Williamson GF, Jensen CW. Radiographic imaging for the dental team. 4th ed. St. Louis: Saunders Elsevier; 2009.
  2. Dionne RA, Phero JC, Becker DE, editors. Management of pain and anxiety in the dental office. Philadelphia: WB Saunders; 2002.

Standard Format for Journal Articles: Author Surname Initials. Title of article. Title of journal, abbreviated. Date of Publication: Volume Number(Issue Number): Page Numbers.

Journal Article in Print

  1. Haas AN, de Castro GD, Moreno T, Susin C, Albandar JM, Oppermann RV, et al. Azithromycin as a adjunc-tive treatment of aggressive periodontitis: 12-months randomized clinical trial. J Clin Periodontol. 2008 Aug; 35(8):696-704.

Journal Article from a Website

  1. Tasdemir T, Yesilyurt C, Ceyhanli KT, Celik D, Er K. Evaluation of apical filling after root canal filling by 2 different techniques. J Can Dent Assoc [Internet]. 2009 Apr [cited 2009 Jun 14];75(3):[about 5pp.]. Available from: http://www.cda-adc.ca/jcda/vol-75/issue-3/201.html

The package of documents to the article

  • An electronic version of the article.
  • One copy in printed paper form (signed on the back of the last sheet of all authors.
  • License agreement in printed form (signed by all authors).