Author Guidelines

The articles should be written in a simple and understandable language as possible. All submitted articles should be prepared in MS Word format. The contents and writing rules of the submitted article(s) are checked by the editor whether they comply with the writing rules of journal, and then the potential referees are assigned to article(s) having a command on the subject of the article(s). Articles prepared on the lights of referees' recommended suggestions and the corrections have been done properly along with editorial approval are accepted for publication. Article(s) are not written according to authors’ instructions and the writing rules of journal will be returned back to the author(s). The contents of the articles submitted to our journal must be original, unpublished or not sent for publication before. The article(s) to be submitted for evaluation must be clearly indicated with a preface note that it has not been sent or published in another journal. The use of "ORCID Number" has been made compulsory for international acceptance in the time of article submission in our journal.

Author’s Guidelines for the ‘Journal of Graduate School of Natural and Applied Sciences’ 



(Font size 14pt, bold, Times New Roman, centered and first letter of each word must be capitalized)

Name Surname1, Name Surname(centered, font size 12pt) 

1Address (centered, font size 10pt)

2Address (centered, font size 10pt)



Abstract section should summarize the contents of the paper including purpose, material/methods and results of the work. This section should contain a maximum of 400 words, but it would be prepared containing a maximum of 250 words w.e.f 2019 and onwards. The articles can be written whether in Turkish or in English. Articles having full text in Turkish should contain an English abstract, while the articles having full text in English should contain Turkish abstract.

 Keywords: keyword1, keyword2, keyword3, keyword4, keyword5, keyword6

1.   Introduction 

The first order heading must be 12pt font size, bold, Times New Roman and left justified. The first letter of each word should be capitalized. The subject of study must be clearly described in the introduction section. The introduction section is followed by Method, Results and Discussion, and Conclusion sections; respectively. Text of article should be written in Times New Roman, 12pt font size and used single–spaced typeOnly the surname of the author(s) should be written and the year of publication should be indicated when showing the references. For instance: (Holtz, 1968) or Holtz (1968). Surname(s) of author(s) should be written in alphabetical order in References section. 

2.    Materials and Methods 

In original research articles, materials and methods should be explained by adding the ‘Method’ section.

2.1. Material 1 (Second order heading) (must be 12pt bold and only the first letter of the first word should be capitalized, but the remaining words should be written in lower case.) 

2.1.1. Third order heading

The third order heading must be 12pt bold, Times New Roman and left justified. The first letter of each word must be capitalized except prepositions, articles and conjunctions.

The tables in the article should be formally formatted in the same way as the example given below. (The title of the table must be written adjacent to the top and left justified) 

Table 2.1. Marble classification according to their size (The first letter of the table headings should be capitalized, while the other letters should be written in lower case)

Types of Rock

Size (mm)

Fine Rock

Medium Rock

Coarse Rock


1.50 – 2.25

5.50 – 20.25

Figure 1.1. Plasma Na + concentrations in 14 g (●), 20 g (○) and 30 g (■) trout transferred to sea water (The first letter of the figure headings should be capitalized, while the other letters should be written in lower case) 

3.   Result and Discussion 

Result and discussion should be written under the same heading for original research article(s) 

4.   Conclusion 

The result section should be written without using subtitle. 


In this section; you may wish to thank those projects, organizations, researchers, persons and/or institutions (if any) who have supported you and your work. In addition, the nature of the study (Doctoral dissertation/Master thesis/Original Research) should be indicated.


Aka A., Shook G.E., 1980. An Optimum Transformation for Somatic Cell Concentration in Milk. Journal of Dairy Science 63: 487–490. (National – International Article)

Sargent J.R., 1995. Origins and Functions of Egg Lipid. In: Bromage, N.R. ve Roberts, R.J., Eds. Broodstock Management and Egg and Larval Quality. Blackwell, Oxford. 353-372. (Chapter from Book)

Üter H. K., (Date of Access: 09 Feb. 2004). Kilter. Online. 11 Feb. 2004, ~kilter.  (Web site addresses)

Yetim H., 1993. Biochemical and Structural Alteration of Restructured Fish Muscle as Influenced by Egg White Tumbling and Storage Time. PhD Dissertation. The Ohio State University, Colombus, Ohio, USA. (Doctoral Thesis)