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Author Guidelines

Indonesian Journal of Animal and Veterinary Sciences, or IJAVS contains:

(i) Primary scientific manuscript of unpublished research results.

(ii) Elucidation of research methods and innovative techniques which is useful for research development.



The manuscript is written in good English, accompanied with abstract in English and Indonesian. The manuscript is typewritten on the A4 paper size using Times New Roman 10 with single spaces distance and 4 cm from a left side, 3 cm from the right side, 3 cm from top and bottom sides. We provide you with IJAVS Template that you can find on our website: https://medpub.litbang.pertanian.go.id/index.php/jitv.


Scriptwriting systematics

1. Title:

Should be comprehensive, but it is made as short as possible. Subtitle can be given if it needed.

2. Name and Address of Author:

Author’s name is written completely (without degree) and typewritten by CAPITAL letter. If the author is more than 1 person with different address, Arabic numbers superscript should be given behind each name. Author’s address written under author’s name, consisting of institution name and its complete address, made in line with number of index on behalf of the author and typewritten by ITALIC.

3. Abstract:

Abstract is gift of manuscript, written in Indonesian or English, do not more than 250 words and stated in one paragraph. Abstract consists of background, purpose, material and methods, result and conclusion. The author’s name (in CAPITAL form), publication year, manuscript title and journal name are listed before abstract content with layout as reference. Keywords are listed under the abstract, maximum 5 words.

4. Introduction:

Is consisting of research background, issue, efforts which have been made, approach taken to solve the problem and research purpose.

5. Materials and Methods:

Elucidating clearly about materials used and method carried out. If the material using animals in the experiment, please indicate that the animals are performed according to animal ethics and welfare. See ethical statement in the attachment.

6.Results and Discussion:

It presents and discusses clearly and completely achieved research results based on the purpose. Result and discussion may be presented separately or united. Result description may be completed by consists tables and clear illustrations (black and white graphics, figures or photos) on separated page. Tabel description (on top) and illustration (in the bottom) should be clear and independent, so readers may easily understand the table without read the text. Discussion description consists of the description of result and research mean and benefit associated with issue which will be solved. Measurement units both in table or illustration use metric system.

7. Conclusion:

It is a manuscript final summary.

8. Acknowledgement:

It can be written if needed.

9. References:

The author is recommended to use Mendeley Program (https://www.mendeley.com) and citation style of Taylor & Francis - Council of Science Editors (author-date). Mendeley program utilization is aimed to avoid mistakes in citations and references writing. Cited references (preferably, 80% is primary article and the last 10 years publication). and should not from unpublished articles such as practical guidance and research report, except thesis and dissertation. Download is allowed if it is from electronic magazine, genomes database or patent.


Citation in the references:

Literatures in reference are written alphabetically based on the author’s name. Same author is written sequentially starting from earlier order.


Example of reference writing

Primary paper:

Bhanja SK, Anjali DC, Panda AK, Sunder GS. 2009. Effect of post-hatch feed deprivation on yolk-sac utilization and young broiler chickens. Asian-Aust J Anim Sci. 22:1174-1179.


  1. Lawrence TLJ, Fowler VR. 2002. Growth of farm animals. 2nd ed. New York (USA): CABI Publishing.
  2. Bamualim A, Tiesnamurti B. 2009. Konsepsi sistem integrasi antara tanaman padi, sawit, dan kakao dengan ternak sapi di Indonesia. In: Fagi AM, Subandriyo, Rusastra IW, penyunting. Sistem integrasi ternak tanaman padi, sawit, kakao. Jakarta (Indones): LIPI Press. p. 1-14.
  3. Paloheimo M, Piironen J, Vehmaanpera J. 2010. Xylanases and cellulases as feed additives. In: Bedford MR, Partridge GG, editors. Enzymes in farm animal nutrition. 2nd ed. New York (USA): CABI Publishing. p. 12-53.


Umiyasih U, Antari R. 2011. Penggunaan bungkil inti sawit dan kopra dalam pakan penguat sapi betina berbasis limbah singkong untuk pencapaian bobot badan estrus pertama >225 kg pada umur 15 bulan. Prasetyo LH, Damayanti R, Iskandar S, Herawati T, Priyanto D, Puastuti W, Anggraeni A, Tarigan S, Wardhana AH, Dharmayanti NLPI, editors. Proceeding of National Seminar on Livestock Production and Veterinary Technology. Bogor (Indones): Indonesian Center for Animal Research and Development. p. 192-199.


Krisnan R. 2008. Kombinasi penggunaan probiotik mikroba rumen dengan suplemen katalitik pada pakan domba (Thesis). [Bogor (Indones)]: Institut Pertanian Bogor.

Electronic magazines:

Wina E, Tangendjaja B, Dumaria. 2008. Effect of Calliandra calothyrsus on in vitro digestibility of soybean meal and tofu wastes. Livest Res Rural Develop. Vol. 20 Issue 6. https://www.lrrd.org/lrrd20/6/wina 20098.htm.


a. [NRC] National Research Council. 1985. Nutrient requirements of sheep. 6th revised. Washington DC (USA): National Academic Press.

[CDC] Centers for Disease Control. 2006. Standard operating procedure for the direct Rapid Immunohistochemistry Test (dRIT) for the detection of rabies virus antigen. [accessed December 20th 2011]. https://www.rabiesblue print.com/IMG/pdf/DRIT_SOP.pdf.


Blanco EE, Meade JC, Richards WD. 1990. Ophthalmic ventures, assignee. Surgical stapling system. United States patent US 4,969,591. 1990 Nov 13.

Citation in text:

Citation consists author’s last name and publication year.


  1. One author: .......... grow slower than lamb fed cattle’s milk (Supriyati 2012). Supriyati (2012) formulates..........
  2. Two authors: .......... expect, end maintenance weight (Khasrad & Rusdimansyah 2012). Khasrad & Rusdimansyah (2012) argued..........
  3. Three authors or more: ......... based on DNA mitochondria analysis (Mtileni et al. 2011). Mtileni et al. (2011) reports.....
  4. Same author cited from 2 different papers: (Purwadaria et al. 2003a, 2003b).
  5. Author with same family name is written consecutive: (Dawson J 1986; Dawson M 1986).
  6. Several different authors are written consecutive: (Kannan et al. 2000; Grandin 2007; Santosa et al. 2012).
  7. Institution: CSA (2011)............


  1. Standard word used is Times New Roman with 1 space distance and 11 of font size.
  2. Title is simple, clear, and understandable  sentence without reads the manuscript.
  3. Each column from table should has headling. Its unit separated from title by comma, in parentheses, or at its bottom.
  4. Table description is written under the table with 1 space distance and 11 of font size. Data source is written under the table or in the table in own header.

Dividing line is made in form of horizontal.

Figure and graphic:

  1. Title uses Times New Roman with 1 space distance and 11 of font size. It is a simple and clear sentence which is laid under the figure or graphic.
  2. Line in graphic should show clearly difference of one and others, if there is more than one curve.
  3. Clear contrast figure with proportionate size and high resolution to present the best performance.

Write figure or graphic source under the title.

1. If written manuscript is more than one, it needed an approval from the other authors by enclose initial behind each name.

2. Complete manuscript is sent in three copies to Editorial Board of IJAVS and its electronic file, or by online: https://medpub.litbang.pertanian.go.id/ index.php/jitv

The author is entitled to 1 original journal and 10 its reprints.


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.

  1. 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).
  2. The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, RTF, or WordPerfect document file format.
  3. Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  4. The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  5. The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines, which is found in About the Journal.
  6. If submitting to a peer-reviewed section of the journal, the instructions in Ensuring a Blind Review have been followed.

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