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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.
  • The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  • Where available, DOIs and URLs for the references have been provided.
  • The text conforms to the spelling rules defined by the language of the article and uses the character set of that language.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.
  • Based on the reading of the Aims & Scope the manuscript is suitable for submission to the journal.
  • The manuscript was created using the Microsoft Word template provided by the editors.
  • All authors have approved the content of the submitted manuscript.
  • The manuscript indicates highlights in italics instead of bold and underlining (except for URLs).
  • All illustrations, figures and tables are placed in the appropriate section of the body of the text (after the first citation paragraph) and not at the end of the document.

Author Guidelines

Instructions

Title: Should be short, compact, and relevant, expressing the contents of the work. The recommended limit is 12 words.

Author(s) name(s): Please give the whole name of all author(s) and address(es). In the case of two or more authors, the author's names should be followed by numbering in the upper case to separate their addresses. An asterisk (*) follows the corresponding author's name. Provide e-mail address for the correspondent author.

Abstract: The title should be followed by an Abstract, containing the scope of the work and the principal findings in fewer than 200 words.

Keywords: Three to five pertinent keywords need to be added after the abstract. We recommend that the keywords are specific to the article, yet reasonably common within the subject discipline.

Összefoglalás: The keywords should be followed by a summary, written in Hungarian, entitled - Összefoglalás - not longer than 300 words.

Kulcsszavak: Three to five pertinent keywords need to be added after the “Összefoglalás”.

Introduction: This part should state briefly the nature and purpose of the work and cite recent important research results in the area. References should be cited as follows: …as observed by Hatfield and Idso (1997); or in parentheses: ….were found (Hatfield et al., 1998; Jackson and Hatfield, 1997).

When referring to several papers published in the same year by the same author, the year of publication should be followed by letters a,b,c etc. Cite only essential references.

Materials and Methods: should contain the precise description of materials, methods, equipment, experimental procedure, and statistical methods used, in sufficient detail.

Results: This part of the paper should present the experimental data clearly and concisely together with the relevant tables and figures.

Discussion: This part should focus on the interpretation of the experimental findings, contain the conclusions drawn from the results, discussing them with respect to the relevant literature.

Acknowledgement: grants and various kinds of assistance may be mentioned here.

References: The list of references should be arranged alphabetically by the authors surnames. Make sure that all references in the paper are listed in this part and vice versa. If necessary, cite papers not published yet as 'unpublished data' or 'pers.com.'.

The reference in the case of journal papers should contain: name(s) and initials of all author(s), year of publication, title of article, name of journal, volume number and pages. Use italic letters for the journal name and bold letters for volume number. E.g. Bauer, P.J., Frederick, R.J., Bradow, E.J., Sadler, E.J. and Evans, D.E. 2000. Canopy photosynthesis and fiber properties of normal- and late-planted cotton. Agronomy Journal. 92. 518–523.

Reference for books should contain name(s) of author(s), year of publication, title of the book, publisher, place of publication and pages. E.g. Storch, H. von. and Flöser, G. 2000. Models in Environmental Research. Springer-Verlag, Berlin/Heidelberg, 152-158.

Example of a reference for chapter in a proceedings volume: Cagirgan, M.J., and C. Toker. 1996. Path-coefficient analysis for grain yield and related characters under semiarid conditions in barley. p: 607-609. In A. Slinkard et al. (ed) Proc. Int. Oat Conf., 5th Int. Barley Genet. Symp., 7th Vol. 2. Univ. of Saskatchewan Ext. Press, Saskatoon, Canada.

Figures: Number the figures in Arabic numerals. The title should be short, but expressive. Figures, diagrams, and photographs should be embedded to the text.

Tables: The same rules are valid for figures and tables. Use tabs instead of spaces or hard returns when setting up columns. In tables do not use vertical lines. Avoid excessive number of digits in the body of the table. Refer to each table in the text.

Before submission please:

· Read the Aims & Scope to gain an overview and assess if your manuscript is suitable for this Journal;

· Use the Microsoft Word template to prepare your manuscript;

· Ensure that all authors have approved the content of the submitted manuscript;

· Please insert your graphics (schemes, figures, etc.) in the main text after the paragraph of its first citation.

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