Author Guidelines

  1. Works should be prepared in A4 size; top, bottom, left and right 2.5 cm space should be left and prepared as a single column. Text should be single-spaced, single-spaced between paragraphs. The manuscript must be in Microsoft Word, RTF, or WordPerfect document file format.
  2. The title of the work should be written in 14 points Arial, in bold, small letters and centered. One line after the title should be left blank; author names should be given in 10 point Arial and centered. The author's address, telephone and fax information and the author's e-mail address should be written in 10-point Arial on the bottom line, with the first letters being large and centered. If the authors' institutions (and / or addresses) are different, each author should be preceded by an upper index with the numbers.
  3. Headings of parts in the text (ABSTRACT, INPUT, etc.) must be typed in 10 point Arial and bold capital letters, followed by a line space after the title. In the subheadings, the first letters should be large, 10 point Arial and dark font. A maximum of 5 Keyword (s) must be placed after a line space is left under ABSTRACT.
  4. The main text should be prepared in 10 point Arial.
  5. The study should mainly consist of the following parts: Title, Author Names, Addresses, Contact Information, Email Address of Corresponding Author, Abstract, Main Text (Introduction, Materials and Methods, Findings and Discussion, Conclusion), Acknowledgments (if necessary), Abbreviations ), Resources.
  6. Abstract 200 words should not cross, should include the purpose of the study, the method and its important results. Abstract should be written as a single paragraph and should not refer to resources in the essence.
  7. The names of the microorganisms in the study and the Latin expressions and names should be written in italics and the international writing rules should be taken into consideration in abbreviations.
  8. Table headings should be written on the table and figure heads should be written and numbered. The tables and figures used must be cited in the text. The tables and figures in the text should not be rewritten. The headings of the tables and figures should be compatible and understandable with their contents. Care should be taken that shapes and pictures are in black and white and high resolution.
  9. The mathematical equations used should be numbered and refer to these equations in the text.
  10. In the text, citations should be written (Author Surname, Date) and / or Author Surname (Date). Surnames of authors should be separated by "and" in Turkish sources and "and" in English sources in the writing of references which are two articles. References with more than two writers are cited as "et al." After the first author's surname. [(Burns, 2003), (Sword, 2008), (Anderson and Bjorn, 2003), (Anderson et al., 2003), (Yüksel et al., 2008)].
  11. Sources given in the text should be sorted alphabetically by author surname.
  12. The following sample writing styles should be used in the writing of references and the journal names published in the articles should be written in italics. Any reference to a web address (as much as possible to the official web page) should be given an access date to the relevant web address; Article, 

    Boki, K., Shinoda, S., Ohno, S. (1989). Effects of filtering through bleaching media on decrease of peroxide value of autoxidized soybean fat. Journal of Food Science 54: 1601-1603.

    Book,

    Hamilton, D., Dennis, S. (2004). Pesticide Residues in Food and Drinking Water. John Wiley & Sons Ltd, England.

    Kılıç, S. (2001). Süt Endüstrisinde Laktik Asit Bakterileri. Ege Üniversitesi Ziraat Fakültesi Yayınları, Ege Üniversitesi Matbaası, Bornova, İzmir.

    Book Chapter,

    Ozer, B.H. (1999). Microflora of white-brined cheeses. In: Encyclopaedia of Food Microbiology. Robinson, R.K., Batt, C.A., Patel, P.D. (eds.), Academic Press, London, UK, 397-402.

    Symposium Proceedings,

    Akdemir, O., Hepbaşlı, A., Kınık, Ö. (2004). Recent situation of energy consumption in Turkey dairy industry. International Dairy Symposium: Recent Developments in Dairy Science and Technology, May 24-28, 2004, Isparta, Turkey, Book of Proceedings, 10-16p.

  13. The referees are required to make corrections to the author (s) sent to the publication office within three weeks at the latest by correcting them in accordance with their opinions. Work that has not been sent within this period will be considered as "first-time work".
  14. Footnotes should not be used in the text.
  15. Work not prepared in accordance with the above rules shall not be evaluated.