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GENETICS and BREEDING
A Journal of plant, animal and microbial genetics and breeding published by the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences for the Bulgarian Genetic Society

Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor
Prof. Kostadin GECHEFF Prof. Aglika EDREVA

D. Kostoff Institute of Genetics
Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

Editorial Board

Alexander ALEXANDROV Nermin GOZUKIRMIZI
Forest Research Institute
1756 Sofia, Bulgaria
Istanbul University
Department of Biology
34459 Vezneciler Istanbul, Turkey
Boyan DIMITROV Miroslav MALUSZYNSKI
D. Kostoff Institute of Genetics
Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
1113 Sofia, Bulgaria
Department of Genetics
University of Silesia
40032 Katowice, Poland
Sevdalyn GEORGIEV Nedelcho MERSINKOV
Department of Genetics
Biological Faculty
University of Sofia
Barley Research Institute
8400 Karnobat, Bulgaria
Elena GEORGIEVA Naoum PETKOV
D. Kostoff Institute of Genetics
Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
1113 Sofia, Bulgaria
Regional Center for Scientific-
Applied Service
3000 Vratza, Bulgaria
Ingo SCHUBERT
Institute of Plant Genetics
and Crop Research
D-06466 Gatersleben, Germany
Orders for GENETICS and BREEDING should be sent to:
Prof. Kostadin Gecheff, D.Sc.,Ph.D.
Kostoff Institute of Genetics
Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
1113 Sofia, Bulgaria
kgecheff@bas.bg
Technical Editor Pravda Gloginska
Proofreader Borislav Kremenski
Size 70/100/16
Publ. index 104
“Prof. Marin Drinov” Publishing House
of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
Acad. G. Bontchev street, bl. 5, 1113 Sofia

INSTRUCTIONS TO AUTHORS

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GENETICS AND BREEDING is a journal designed to cover different areas of theoretical and applied genetics (plant, animal, microbial) and relevant subjects.

TYPES OF PAPERS
Full papers, brief communications, opinions, comments, criticism, information of scientific events and reviews (only by invitation) are published.

PREPARATION OF MANUSCRIPTS
Manuscripts should be presented in English. Two hard copies and a file in Word for Windows format on Optical disk (CD or DVD), USB flash memory or e-mail should be submitted. Correct language is the responsibility of the authors. Full length paper should not exceed 18 pages including tables and figures. Brief communications up to 6 pages and reviews up to 30 pages are accepted. A standard page is normally 30 lines x 65 characters. Manuscripts should be subdivided into the following sequence of sections: Title, Abstract, Key words, Abbreviations, Material and Methods, Results, Discussion, Acknowledgements, References.

Title. The title should be informative, concise and without abbreviations. It must be followed by the names of the author(s) and their address(es). The address of the corresponding author should be indicated by an asterisk.
Abstract. The abstract should not exceed 250 words. Abbreviations and reference citations should be avoided.

Key words. No more than 6 key words may by given in alphabetical order.

Abbreviations. All abbreviations used are to be given in alphabetical order.

Material and methods. This section provides precise details about the experimental material and the research methods.

Tables. These must be self-explanatory, the titles being informative enough. Each table should be typed on a separate sheet.

Illustrations. All figures (drafts and photographs) must be submitted on separate sheets, numbered on the back in pensile. The labeling in the figures should be done with letters or numbers. Photographs of high quality with respect to contrast and details should be submitted in the desired final size.

Figure legends. These must contain enough information so that the figures could be understood without reference to the text. Explanatory notes must be placed in the legends and not in the figures. Legends of all figures should be typed on a separate sheet.

Units. The International System of Units (SI) must be used.

Latin names and terms. These must be given in italics.

References. References in the text are cited by author and date (Smith, 1996; Lips and Blank, 1997). If the authors are more than two, they must be cited as follows: (Black et al., 1996). The reference list should be in alphabetical order including names and initials of the author(s), year of publication, full title of the article, title of the journal (book), volume, page numbers, publisher(s) and city (book only).

Examples:
Avise, J. C. 1994. Molecular markers, Natural History and Evolution. Chapman and Hall, New York. Murdoch, W W 1990. The relevance of pest-enemy models to biological control. In: Mackauer, M., Ehler, L. E. and Roland, J. (eds) Critical Issues in Biological Control, pp. 1-24. Intercept Ltd, Andover, U.K. Price, T. and Schutler, D. 1991. On the low heritability of life history traits. Evolution, 45, 853-861.

SUBMISSION OF MANUSCRIPTS

Manuscripts should be sent to: Prof. Kostadin GECHEFF, Editor-in-Chief D. Kostoff Institute of Genetics Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
1113 Sofia, BULGARIA
Telephone: ( +359 2) 974 62 28
Fax: (+ 359 2) 978 55 16

E-mail: Institute of Genetics

Manuscripts should contain an initial page with the title of the paper, the full name(s) and address(es) of the author(s) as well as the name, telephone, fax and E-mail of the corresponding author.

Proofs. Proofs are sent to the authors to be checked without delay and returned to the editors as soon as possible.

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