International Journal of Bioresource Science
Print ISSN NO : 2347 –9655
Online ISSN No : 2454-9541
DOI NO : 10.5958/2454-9541
Publisher : Renu Publishers
Editor In Chief : Dr. Deb Prasad Ray, National Institute of Research on Jute & Allied Fibre Technology, WB,
International Journal of Bioresouce Science (IJBS) is an internationally peer-reviewed periodical encompasses diverse domain namely agriculture, horticulture, environment, forestry, animal husbandry, fisheries, geography, etc. This journal focuses on biomass keeping a strong liaison with a set of multifaceted subjects to understand the continuum in the ecosystem. The journal’s aim is to steer and propagate up to date knowledge in all the related areas of bioresources. The journal publishes original papers, review articles, case studies and other material for the professional in the fundamentals, applications and management of bioresource. IJBS is striving to provide the best platform for researchers and scholars worldwide to exchange their latest findings. Authors are encouraged to submit complete, unpublished, original works that are not under review in any other journals. The scopes of the journal include, but are not limited to, the following
 
International Journal of Bioresource Science is now indexed in National Academy of Agricultural Science ( NAAS : 3.54
 
Periodicity: Twice in a Year
 
Subject Fields:
 
Agricultural Science, Animal Science, Atmospheric Science, Bioresources, Earth Science, Fisheries
Food Science, Plant Sciences, Pharmaceutical Science, Rural development, Textile and Fibre Science
Waste Management,
 
The journal is published in both print and online versions. It is Quarterly publication i.e. March, June, September and December every year.
 
IMPORTANT NOTE: 
 
All the authors are requested to check the originality of their articles before submitting it to International Journal of Bioresource Science. Incase, any article is found to be Duplicate submission, fabricated data, cut and paste (Plagiarised), at ANY STAGE of processing of your article, following actions will be taken :
 
Rejection of the article
 
If the conduct is found to be grossly unacceptable i.e. submission of duplicate articles, the author will be blacklisted in International Journal of Bioresource Science and other RP Journals 
 
Letter of conduct will be posted to the Head/Director of the department from where the study was conducted.
 
List of blacklisted authors will be shared amongst the Chief Editors of other Indian Journals.

 

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Deb Prasad Ray, PhD
National Institute of Research on Jute and Allied Fibre
Technology, 12, Regent Park, Kolkata-700040, India
drdebprasadray@gmail.com
 
 
Associate Editor in Chief
 
Amitava Rakshit, PhD
Institute of Agricultural Sciences, BHU, Varanasi, India
amitavabhu@gmail.com
 
Debashish Sen, PhD
Associate Professor (Agronomy)
Department of Agronomy
College of Agriculture, Tripura (CAT)
Lembucherra, Agartala- 799210, INDIA
dr.d.sen@gmail.com
 
Editorial Assistant
 
Pradipta Banerjee
National Institute of Research on Jute and Allied Fibre
Technology, 12, Regent Park, Kolkata-700040, India
banerjeepradipto.123@gmail.com
 
Technical Editors
 
Pulok Mukherjee, PhD
School of Natural Product Studies
Jadavpur University
Kolkata-700032, India
pulokm@gmail.com
 
Supradip Saha, PhD
Division of Agricultural Chemicals
Indian Agricultural Research Institute
New Delhi-110012, India
s_supradip@yahoo.com
 
Rajib Karmakar, PhD
Department of Agriculture
Governmenrt of West Bengal, India
rajib183@rediffmail.com
 
 
Malay Kumar Bhowmik, PhD
Rice Research Station, Govt. of West Bengal
Chinsurah, Hooghly, India
bhowmick_malay@rediffmail.com
 
Pratik Satya PhD
Central Research Institute for Jute & Allied Fibres
Basrackpore
Kolkata - 700 920
 
K K Samanata, PhD
Central Institute of Research on Cotton Technology
(CIRCOT)
Adenwala Road, Matunga, Mumbai, India
karticksamanta@gmail.com
 
Rakesh Kumar Ghosh, PhD
National Institute of Research on Jute and Allied Fibre
Technology
12, Regent Park, Kolkata-700040, India
iarirakesh@gmail.com
 
M Pathak, PhD
Krishi Vigyan Kendra, East Siang District
Pasighat- 791102, Arunachal Pradesh, India
 
Kodanda Ram MH, PhD
Indian Vegetable Research Institute,
Indian Council of Agricultural Research
Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India
 
Dibyendu Kamilya, PhD
Assistant Professor of Fish Health and Environment
Central Agricultural University, India
 
Publisher & Managing Editor
 
Mrs Renu Mukhopadhyay
Email-renupublishers@gmail.com
 
List of Reviewers
 
A K Pandey Ph D
Dean
College of Horticulture and Forestry
Central Agricultural University
Pasighat, Arunachal Pradesh, India
 
Debasish Sen Ph D
College of Horticulture and Forestry
Central Agricultural University
Pasighat, Arunachal Pradesh, India
 
Amitava Rakshit Ph D
Institute of Agricultural Sciences
BHU, Varanasi
India
 
Debasis Dutta PhD
Directorate for Farming Systems Research
Modipuram, Meerut, India
 
Rajiv Karmakar, Ph D
Deptt of Agriculture
Govt of West Bengal
Kolkata, West Bengal, India
 
K K Samanta PhD
Central Institute of Research on Cotton Technology
(I.C.A.R), Mumbai,
Maharashtra, India
 
K. Majumdar Ph D
Deptt of Agriculture
Govt of West Bengal,Kolkata ,India
 
Rakesh Kumar Ghosh Ph D
National Institute of Research on Jute & Allied Fibre
Technology
12 Regent Park, Kolkata, India
 
S Chakraborty Ph D
R K M Vivekananda University
Belur Math, Howrah ,India
 
 
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VOLUME NO. ISSUE DATE
Issue 1 - Volume 5 June 2018
VOLUME NO. ISSUE DATE
Issue 1 - Volume 4 June 2017
Issue 2 - Volume 3 December 2016
Issue 1 - Volume 3 June 2016
Issue 2 - volume 2 December 2015
Issue 2 - Volume 2 July 2015
Issue 1 - Volume 2 April 2015
Issue 1 - Volume 1 June 2014
INSTRUCTIONS TO AUTHORS:
 
International Journal of Bioresouce Science is published every quarter. At the same time, it appears in electronic format in website: (http://www.renupublishers.com/) giving free access to the full text, for a greater international visibility of the authors and the journal. The manuscripts must be written in English. The Editorial Committee and referees are all outstanding national and foreign researchers. The Editorial Board decides on the acceptance or rejection of a paper, and appeals are not accepted. 
Original articles should represent a true contribution to scientific knowledge and should not be submitted simultaneously to other journals. Writing style should be clear, concise, and precise. The length must not exceed 18 pages for the RESEARCH ARTICLES and REVIEWS sections ,10 pages for SHORT COMMUNICATION and 2-4 pages for POPULAR ARTICLE/FARMERS COLUMN. Manuscripts must be electronically submitted. Use letter size paper, 11 point Times New Roman, 1.5 spacing, 2.5 cm margins, page numbers at the bottom right-hand corner and continuous line numbers.
 
ORGANIZATION 
RESEARCH ARTICLES
 
The issue or topic to be studied should first be identified. Then, existing knowledge about the topic is gathered to judge its importance and discover the current state of the issue. Afterward, the researcher defines the objectives and applies the methods best suited to test his/her hypothesis; hence, the main function of the results is to evaluate hypothesis(es).Significant contribution to the advancement of scientific knowledge, following standard experimental designs, statistical analysis, and discussion of results supported by an up-to-date literature review, it should include the following sections:
 
1. Title. Title should not exceed 18 words. It should identify the subject, study objectives or major findings. Avoid abbreviations.
2. Author(s). Include name and last name of every author, affiliation, indicating institution, faculty or experimental center, postal and e-mail address of the Corresponding author identified by an asterisk. Every co-author must approve the final version. According to international and ethical norms, the author has participated in the design, execution, and analysis of the experiments, as well as writing the paper, and being able to answer any questions about the study. Persons who contributed to the research, by obtaining resources, in field work, laboratory analyses, etc., can be mentioned in the Acknowledgements
3. Abstract. The most widely-read section of an article. Maximum length: 250 words. It includes values and quantities, and not only describes results. Clearly states: the importance of the research subject, objectives, treatments, results expressed in numbers and statistical significance, and conclusions.Keywords: used to build databases and content indexes; do not repeat title words.
 
4. Please Include a Highlight in brief (Max 25 Words) as a Separate Heading after Abstract in Bullet Form about the Manuscript. 
 
5. Introduction. Emphasizes the importance of the research, places it in a context, presents related literature, and gives enough information to understand the authors objectives. It ends with a paragraph stating the objectives of the research.
6. Materials and Methods. There should be sufficient information to allow other researchers to repeat the experiment by clearly defining the experimental design. A clear description or a specific reference to all biological, analytical, and statistical procedures is required. All procedure modifications must be explained. 
7. Results and Discussion. Results and analyses should be clear and concise, supported by tables and figures, statistical analyses, and reports from other researchers. Results should be analyzed in the text without repeating table or figure values. Do not indicate more than two decimal places. The Discussion should clearly and precisely interpret results supported by statistical analyses. 
8. Conclusions. In accordance with research objectives, the conclusions should clearly state the main experimental results without using abbreviations, acronyms, or references. 
9. Acknowledgements. This section appears before Literature Cited and allows thanking institutions, organizations, laboratories, and persons that have contributed to all or part of the research. 
10. References. Single references are shown as name-year in the text, and chronologically for various references. When there are three or more authors, cite the main author followed by the expression et al. If there is more than one reference from the same author(s) in the same year, they should be differentiated by adding a letter (a, b, c, d, etc.) to the year in both text and Literature Cited. 
 
Please include relevant research paper related to this work from Previous Editions of IJBS.
 
11. Tables. Tables should be self-explanatory without having to refer back to the text. The title must be brief and illustrative. Tables are numbered in sequence as they are mentioned in the text, and must be included at the end of the manuscript after the Literature Cited. A footnote to the table should explain every abbreviation used. The style for tables and figures should be uniform, especially for units, dates, and abbreviations. 
12. Figures. The figures must be included at the end of the manuscript after the Literature Cited. Graphs, photographs, diagrams, drawings, and maps, should illustrate important data, not found in the text or tables, and numbered in the order they are cited. Titles must be brief, clear, and self-explanatory. Figures are black and white, avoid using color or gray tones. 
 
REVIEW
 
This section includes papers developing a relevant topic, strongly supported by relevant and updated bibliography. They are reviewed according to the same norms as research articles. 
 
SHORT COMMUNICATION
 
These are brief presentations on various subjects, such as new cultivar reports, current research, species determination, method descriptions, etc. Title, footnotes, tables, and figures are presented according to the same norms as research article. 
 
POPULAR ARTICLE/FARMERS COLUMN
 
This section includes papers developing a relevant topic, strongly supported by relevant and updated bibliography. They are reviewed according to the same norms as research articles. It should be written in everyday language accessible to any generally knowledgeable reader. 
References One indicator of research quality is cited literature and current references must not exceed 10 years from publication. Authors must correctly note full references verifying that all text references are included in Literature Cited and vice versa. 
Example of References
 
Journal papers
 
Sen, L., and F. Cuesta. 2008. Use of laccaseproducing microorganisms in membrane systems for polluting agents removal: consideration and perspectives. International Journal of Agriculture Environment and Biotechnology 68:401-411. 
Roy, S.M., G. De, M. Mora, P. Peirano, and H. Zunino. 2002. Balance and distribution of sulphur in volcanic ash-derived soils in India. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 34:1355-1362.
 
Bulletins, special publications
 
Soil Survey Staff. 1994. Keys to soil taxonomy. Agric. Handb. 436. 306 p. 6th ed. United States Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service, Washington, D.C., USA.
 
Books
SAS Institute. 1992. STAT Guide for personal computers. 704 p. 8th ed. SAS Institute, Cary, North Carolina, USA.
 
Chapter in a book
Singh, D., and D.Banerjee. 1998. Effects of harvesting intensity on forest productivity and soil carbon storage. p. 351-363. In R. Lal et al. (eds.) Management of carbon sequestration in soils.Advances in Soil Science. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, USA.
 
Chapter in a proceedings volume
Ray, G., C. Srivastava. 2005. SRI cultivation in IGP Plains of UP, India. In Proceedings of 56th Science Congress 11-14th October 2005.Indian Society of Agronomy,Kolkata, India.
 
Thesis
Sen, H. 2003. Effect of Organic matter on soil properties. Thesis M Sc (Ag). Banaras Hindu University, Faculty of Agriculture, Varanasi, UP, India.
 
Electronic references
ODEPA. 1999. Estadísticas agropecuarias. Disponible en http://www.odepa.minagri.gob.cl .
 
Measurement units. Results should be expressed in International System of Units (SI); if other units are used, they should be in parentheses after the SI unit. It is suggested to use an exponential form instead of a slash, e.g., kg ha-1.
 
Abbreviations and symbols save space and time, but excessive use impedes understanding the text. Some widely-used and well-known abbreviations such as SI units or chemical elements need not be defined. All abbreviations should be written out at their first mention, in abstracts, texts, tables, and figures; afterwards use the abbreviation consistently.
 
Citing references in the text. When a reference has one or two authors, cite the last name(s) and the year. When the same author(s) has two references in different years; write them in chronological order (e.g., De et al., 1988; 1990). When the reference has three or more authors, use the Latin expression et al. and include the year. For two or more articles using the same within-text citation, add a distinguishing letter (a, b, c, etc.) to the year in both text and Literature Cited.

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