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D-Preparation of the Manuscript:
The manuscript must be typed on one side A4 paper, with margins (2.5 cm on each side), font size 12, Times New Roman and double spacing. All pages should be numbered consecutively in the center at the bottom of each page. Common names of the organisms should be included in both abstract and the body of the paper. Italics should be used for the scientific names of genus and lower. Meaning of the symbols should immediately mentioned after the first use

Journal of JES Accept the following categories of papers:
Short communications:

Publication of the manuscript under this category will be under the decision of authors and the Editorial Office. Short communications, including no more than 4 Figures or Tables, are published
General papers:
There is no fixed limit to the length of full research articles but a concise presentation is encouraged.
Reviews:
Authors who wish to submit review should first contact theJournal Editor because only selected topics will be considered for publication.
Lectures:
Authors who wish to submit short or long lectures should first contact the Editor because only selected topics will be considered for publication.

Title:
The title should be stated as short as possible, without abbreviation and give some indication about the work subject.

Abstract:
The abstract should be concise and informative, not exceeding more than 350 words. In the abstract, the purpose of the work, basic procedures, main results and conclusion should be tsated. 

Keywords:
Supply no more than eight keywords that describe the main content of the article but they should different than those in the title of the manuscript.

Introduction:
Some of the historical bases on the subject of the work should be provided. State the significance of the work and how it complements previous knowledge in the field of the work. The motivation or purpose of your research should appear at the end of the introduction section.

Materials and Methods:
SSupply the name and location of the used materials. Give the model number for equipment used. Statistical procedure is important. The author(s) should provide clear description of the used experiments necessary for any one to repeat the work.

Results:
Results should be written concisely and without interpretation. Tables should be stated at the end of the manuscript. Figures should be included in a separate file.

Discussion:
Answer all questions that are suggested by the results of your study. You should clearly differentiate between your results and the data obtained by others. Interpret your results and compare them with the results of previous studies. Point out results that do not support the speculations or the findings of previous studies.

References:
Brewer G. J. Introduction to Isoenzyme Techniques. Academic Press, New York, San Francisco, London, 1970.
Hassanein A. M. Somatic embryogenesis of cucumber (Cucumis sativus L) using seed cuttings obtained from pre-mature fruit. Plant Biotechnology 20: 275-281, 2003.
Hassanein A. M. and Azooz M. M. Propagation of citrus reticulata via in vitro seed germination and shoot cuttings. Biol. Plant. 47: 173- 177, 2003.
Hassanein A. M., Galal A. A. and Azooz M. M. Interaction between time of nodal explant collection and growth regulators determines the efficiency of Morus alba micropropagation. Journal of Plant Biotech. 5: 225-231, 2003.
Ochatt S.J., Delaitre C., Lionneton E., Huchette O., Patat-Ochatt E.M. and Kahane R. In vitro Biotechnology, for one aim, the breeding of quality plants with a wide array of species. In: Crops: Growth, Qulity and Biotechnology, R. Dris (eds). WFL Publisher, Helsinki, Finland, Pp: 1038- 1067, 2005. 
Soltan D. M. Molecular studies on induction of genetic variation under the influence of long term culture. Ph. D. Thesis, Sohag University, Egypt, 2007.

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