Author Guidelines

Abstract and Full Paper Writing Rules

Margins: All sides 2.5 cm

Line spacing: Single

Indent: Headings and paragraphs should not be indented

Article title: Times New Roman should be written in 12 pt, capital letters, and bold.

Authors: Authors’ names should be written in Times New Roman 12 pt. The first letter of the author’s name should be capitalized, and the last name should be written in capital letters. If there is more than one author, a comma should be placed between the authors, and the corresponding author should be stated by an asterisk (*). Authors from different institutions should be numbered consecutively, and the institutional addresses of the authors should be consecutively written under the authors’ names.

Abstract: The abstract should constitute a study summary, including the purpose, material, method, and conclusion. It should not exceed 200 words in a single line spacing in 12 Punto Times New Roman and should not pass to the second page.

Keywords: At least three keywords should be written in Times New Roman 12 pt.

Main text: The paper should contain the main headings of Introduction, Materials and Methods, Findings/Discussions, and Conclusion. Main headings should be written in bold without indentation. The text will be prepared with Times New Roman 12 pt with single line spacing and one empty line between each paragraph.

Figures and Tables: All Figures and Tables should be properly cited in the text. The descriptions of the tables should be written top of the tables in Times New Roman 12 points and without any spaces. Figure descriptions should be in Times New Roman 10 points, in the below, with no space left between the figure and the explanation.

References: All sources should be given in the paper by the last name and publication date (such as Karadeniz, 2021; Bak and Karadeniz, 2021; Karadeniz et al., 2022). References should be prepared in accordance with the APA. The references exceeding one line should be hung 1 cm from the left margin.

Güler, E. (2022). Polyphenols, organic acids, and their relationships in red grapes of Vitis vinifera and Isabella (Vitis labrusca) under arid conditions. European Food Research and Technology, 1-9.

Kırca, L., Kırca, S., & Aygün, A. (2022). Organic Acid, Phenolic Compound and Antioxidant Contents of Fresh and Dried Fruits of Pear (Pyrus Communis L.) Cultivars. Erwerbs-Obstbau, 1-15.

Bak, T., & Karadeniz, T. (2021). Effects of branch number on quality traits and yield properties of European hazelnut (Corylus avellana L.). Agriculture, 11(5), 437.

Yanar, E. G., Frary, A., & Doğanlar, S. (2023). GRAS-Di SNP-based molecular characterization and fingerprinting of a Turkish Corylus avellana core set provide insights into the cultivation and breeding of hazelnut in Turkey. Molecular Genetics and Genomics, 1-14.