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NOTE: Please strictly follow the format to ensure smooth submission process, the Journal requires the full cooperation from the authors. Manuscripts that not fulfill the instructions will be returned for revision without review. The Chief Executive Editor reserves the right to return manuscripts that are not prepared in accordance with these guidelines.


An original full-length research article that has not been published previously, except in a preliminary form, and should not exceed 7500 words from introduction to conclusion (not including references). Original work must provide references and an explanation of research findings that contain new and significant findings.
Note: The article should in 6 and 10 journal pages (excluding the abstract, references, tables and/or figures), and an abstract preferably between 150 and 275 words.


The author must ensure that when a manuscript is submitted to Anjoro, the manuscript must be an original work. The Author should check the manuscript for any possible plagiarism using Turnitin app or any equal plagiarism checker before submitting the manuscripts.
All submitted manuscripts must be in the Journal's acceptable similarity index range:
< 30% - PASS
> 30% - REJECT.


Authors are recommended to follow the Instructions for Authors to prepare their manuscript accordingly. A single word processor containing manuscript, figure(s) and/or table(s) should be uploaded in a SINGLE file.


The paper should be submitted in A4 size with one columns. The margin is the mirror margin with 3 cm for the top, bottom, and outside, and 3.5 cm for inside with single spacing throughout. The document must be in MS Word format with Book Antiqua 11-point font. Detailed format, please refer to Anjoro Manuscript Template.


The manuscript should be divided into the following sections:

1. Title and Abstract


The title should not exceed 120 characters, counting letters and spaces and written with Book Antiqua (14pt) Bold.

Author(s) and Corresponding author information.
This page should contain the name(s) of all the authors, institutions, country and author’s corresponding. First and corresponding author must be clearly indicated.


Abstract are written in English with Book Antiqua 10 pt Italic. The abstract should be clear, concise, and descriptive. This abstract should provide a brief introduction to the problem, objective of paper, followed by a statement regarding the methodology and a brief summary of results. The abstract should end with a comment on the significance of the results or a brief conclusion. Abstract preferably between 150 and 275 words.


A minimum of 3 keywords and a maximum of only 5 words allowed indicating the essentials of the research work. Separate the keywords with comma (,). The keywords should be in alphabetical order.

2. Content

Content must be in one column with prepared according to IMRaD (Introduction, Methods, Results and Discussion) along with Conclusion, References, Acknowlegment, and Supplementary data (if available).


The introduction part (recommended length: 500-1000 words) gives the reader an enticing glimpse of what is to come. It must grab the reader’s attention by stimulating attention, interest, desire and action. In other words, the introduction must effectively “sell” the manuscript.

The introduction generally consists of: a broad statement about theme or topic of the study; summary of available literatures and cites the most important studies that are relevant to the current research; statement about controversies, gaps, inconsistencies in the literature that the current study will address; statement about problems or questions to be addressed in the study or objectives of the study. You can also state at the end of introduction outline of the structure of the rest of the article.


A brief justification for the method used is stated so the readers can evaluate the appropriateness of the method, reliability, and validity of the results. All materials used in the methods should be provided in detail including those on the method of analysis.

Equations, Mathematical Expressions and Physical Quantities

For longer equations, use the equation editor or Math-type. Number the equations consecutively. Write it as the following equation.

                                                 x = yz (cos 2a + 1)                                                           (1)

Simple chemical reactions can be handled as simple equations by symbol or equation editor. All physical quantities, especially the experimentally determined ones, should be given with uncertainties together with proper units. Units follow the numbers after a space and are written with normal font. Separate the basic units with hard spaces. Division is to be avoided in units, use negative powers instead, e.g. 700 cm, 90.5 t.ha–1, 1.70 × 10–10 kg.m.s–1. Use SI units (base or derived). Accepted units (min, hour, ° (degree), liter (l or L), eV) and certain commonly used units (atm, bar, Å (angstrom), b (barn)) are acceptable.


  • Names of chemical elements and simple compounds are written in lower case without hyphens, e.g., carbon, sodium hydroxide; follow the IUPAC nomenclature. Chemical symbols can also be used, e.g., Fe, CaCO3.
  • For organic compounds, use their common names, when possible. Check the IUPAC nomenclature.
  • Isotopes of chemical elements can be written as 60Co or Co-60.
  • Oxidation states appear in parentheses written with Roman numbers: U(VI) or uranium(VI).

Results and Discussion

Results should be clear and concise. The results should summarize (scientific) findings rather than providing data in great detail. Please highlight differences between your results or findings and the previous publications by other researchers. The discussion should explore the significance of the results of the work, not repeat them. Separation or combination of Results and Discussion section is accepted. Avoid extensive citations and discussion of published literature.
Note: Results and Discussion can be separated or combined.


Conclusions should answer the objectives of research. Tells how your work advances the field from the present state of knowledge. Without clear Conclusions, reviewers and readers will find it difficult to judge the work, and whether or not it merits publication in the journal. Do not repeat the Abstract, or just list experimental results. Provide a clear scientific justification for your work, and indicate possible applications and extensions. You should also suggest future works and/or policy implication.


Recognize those who helped in the research, especially funding supporter of your research. Include individuals who have assisted you in your study: Advisors, Financial supporters, or may other supporters i.e. Proofreaders and Suppliers etc. who may have given materials. Should be kept to the absolute minimum.

Table, Figure, and Image

All tables should be numbered consecutively with Roman numerals. Explanatory material should be given in the table legends and footnotes. Each table should be prepared on a new page, embedded in the manuscript. They are provided after references. Submit an original figure or photograph. Line drawings or charts must be clear, with contrast symbols. These should be numbered consecutively with Roman numerals.

Figures or photographs should also be listed in manuscript as TIFF, JPEG, or Excel files. Figures or photographs submitted in low-resolution embedded in the manuscript cannot be accepted for publication. For electronic figures, create your figures using applications that are capable of preparing high-resolution TIFF files. In general, 300 dpi or higher resolution for colored and half-tone artwork, and 1200 dpi or higher for line drawings are required.
NOTE: Failure to comply with these specifications will require new figures and delay in publication.

General Rules on Figures and Tables

All figures and tables should be numbered sequentially (e.g., Table 1, Table 2, Figure 1, Figure 2, etc.). Each figure and table should have an individual title.


Cite the main scientific publications on which your work is based. Cite only items that you have read. Do not inflate the manuscript with too many references. Avoid excessive citations of publications from the same region. Check each reference against the original source (author name, volume, issue, year, DOI Number). Please use Reference Manager Applications like EndNote, Mendeley, Zotero, etc. Use other published articles in the same journal as models. If you use Mendeley as reference manager, choose Springer – Vancouver (brackets) as citation style. References begin from the first page and are listed in alphabetical order by the first author's last name. Only references cited within the text should be included. Ensure that in-text (Citation) references are quoted as per the Springer - Vancouver (brackets) citation style. The manuscript will be accepted only with more than 60% of the total up to date articles from journals indexed in Scopus, Web of Science, DOAJ, Copernicus, and CABI. The sources must be updated (last 7 years). The minimum number of primer references from journal articles is more than 60%. The minimum number of references is 20 and uses related references with the article’s topic. Please use reference manager tools such as Mendeley, Endnote, Zotero, etc. Please cite at least one article from ANJORO’s publications.

The in-text citation is placed immediately after the text which refers to the source being cited:

  • …that can improve the physical and chemical properties of flour [1–4].

If you wish to quote or paraphrase an author, and want to emphasize the author, then your citation becomes 'author prominent'. The citation will look something like this:

  • their research, Nakamura et al. [5], Makarewicz et al. [6], and Corstens [7] have reported that…
  • Achi [8] say that… (for one author’s name in your text)

If a work has more than one author and you want to cite author names in your text, use ‘et al.’ after the first author.

  • Beta et al. [9] reported that… (for more than one author’s name in your text)

Citing more than one reference at a time. The preferred method is to list each reference number separated by a comma, or by a dash for a sequence of consecutive numbers. There should be no spaces between commas or dashes, for example:

  • …will affect the PT to be higher due to the need for greater energy [1,6,10–13].

For more details about Vancouver style, kindly visit this following page

Journal Articles:

Author AA, Author BB, Author CC, Author DD. Title of article. Abbreviated title of journal. Date of publication YYYY Mon DD;volume number(issue number):page numbers.

  1. Tako M, Tamaki Y, Teruya T, Takeda Y. The principles of starch gelatinization and retrogradation. Food Nutr Sci. 2014;5(3):280–91.
  2. Singh N, Singh J, Kaur L, Sodhi NS, Gill BS. Morphological, thermal and rheological properties of starches from different botanical sources. Food Chem. 2003;81:219–31.
  3. Achi OK. Effect of natural fermentation of yams (Discorea rotundata) on characteristics of processed flour. J Food Sci. 1991;56(1):272–3.
  4. Beta T, Corke H. Noodle quality as related to sorgum starch properties. Cereal Chem. 2001;78(4):417–20.
  5. Petitti DB, Crooks VC, Buckwalter JG, Chiu V. Blood pressure levels before dementia. Arch Neurol. 2005 Jan;62(1):112-6.
More than Six Authors:
  1. Nakamura S, Kondo N, Yamaguchi Y, Hashiguchi M, Tanabe K, Ushiroda C, et al. Daily feeding of fructooligosaccharide or glucomannan delays onset of senescence in SAMP8 mice. Gastroenterol Res Pract. 2014;2014:1–11.

Author AA. Title of book. Edition [if not first]. Place of publication: Publisher; Year of publication. Pagination.

  1. Carlson BM. Human embryology and developmental biology. 4th ed. St. Louis: Mosby; 2009. 541 p.
Edited Book:

Editor AA, Editor BB, editors. Title of book. Edition [if not first]. Place of publication: Publisher; Year of publication. Pagination. (Edited book)

  1. Campo P, Dunn JR, editors. Rethinking social epidemiology: towards a science of change. Dordrecht: Springer; 2012. 348 p.
Chapter in a Book:

Author AA, Author BB. Title of book. Edition. Place of publication: Publisher; Year of publication. Chapter number, Chapter title; p. page numbers of chapter.

  1. Speroff L, Fritz MA. Clinical gynecologic endocrinology and infertility. 7th ed. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2005. Chapter 29, Endometriosis; p. 1103-33.
Chapter in an Edited Book:
  1. Bradley RL. Moisture and total solids analysis. In: Nielsen SS, editor. Food analysis. 4th ed. New York: Springer; 2010. p. 87–104.
  2. Blaxter PS, Farnsworth TP. Social health and class inequalities. In: Carter C, Peel JR, editors. Equalities and inequalities in health. 2nd ed. London: Academic Press; 1976. p. 165-78.

Author/organization’s name. Title of the page [Internet]. Place of publication: Publisher; Date or year of publication [updated YYYY Mon DD; cited YYYY Mon DD]. Available from: URL

  1. Szalay J. Carbohydrates: what they are, where they’re found, how they’re used [Internet]. Live Science; 2017 [cited 2020 Jan 17]. Available from: (with author and date)
  2. Chaplin M. Starch [Internet]. [cited 2020 Jan 17]. Available from: (author, no date)
  3. Coconut handbook (composition) [Internet]. Tetrapak; 2019 [cited 2020 Jan 15]. p. 1–16. Available from: (no author, with date)

Author AA. Title of paper. In: Editor AA, editor. Title of book. Proceedings of the Title of the Conference; Date of conference; Location of conference. Place of publication: Publisher's name; Year of publication. p. page numbers.
Note: Conference dates should be written in the form YYYY Mon DD-DD ; e.g.: 2009 Sep 12-15.

  1. Grassby AJ. Health care in the multi-cultural society. In: Walpole R, editor. Rural health. Proceedings of the Rural Health Conference of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners; 1978; Melbourne. Melbourne: The Royal Australian College of Practitioners; 1979. p. 49–50.
  2. Schrooyen PMM, Meer R van der, Kruif CG De. Microencapsulation: its application in nutrition. In: Proceedings of the Nutrition Society; 2001. p. 475–9.
Thesis and Dissertation:

Author AA. Title of thesis [dissertation]. Place of publication: Publisher; Year of publication. Number of pages.

  1. Cortens MN. Encapsulation of lipids to delay lipolysis and reduce food intake: from encapsulate design towards human application [PhD thesis]. Nederlands: Wageningen University; 2018. 200 p.
  2. O’Brien KA. The philosophical and empirical intersections of Chinese medicine and western medicine [dissertation]. Melbourne: Monash University; 2006. 439 p.
  3. Apriani LN. Analisis efisiensi teknis dan pendapatan usahatani bawang merah (studi kasus: Desa Sukasari Kaler, Kecamatan Argapura, Kabupaten Majalengka, Provinsi Jawa Barat) [bachelor thesis]. Bogor: Institut Pertanian Bogor; 2011. 128 p.
Government/Technical Report:

Author AA, Author BB. Title of report. Place of publication: Publisher; Date of publication. Total number of pages. Report No.:

  1. Rowe IL, Carson NE. Medical manpower in Victoria. East Bentleigh (AU): Monash University, Department of Community Practice; 1981. 35 p. Report No.: 4.
  2. Australian Bureau of Statistics. Australia’s environment: issues and facts. Canberra: Australian Bureau of Statistics; 1992. 354 p. ABS Cat. No.: 4140.0.
Electronic Reports:

Author AA, Author BB. Title of report [Internet]. Place of publication: Publisher; Date of publication [cited YYYY Mon DD]. Total number of pages. Report No.: Available from: URL doi:

  1. Li Z, Zeki R, Hilder L, Sullivan EA. Australia's mothers and babies 2010 [Internet]. Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare; 2012 [cited 2012 Dec 18]. 132 p. Cat. No.: PER 57. Available from:

Some Important Points to Remember

  • All references must be complete and accurate.
  • Date of access should be provided for online/internet citations.
  • Superscripts in the in-text citations and reference section should be avoided.
  • The authors are encouraged to use Mendeley or to use a recent version of EndNote (version 5 and above) or Reference Manager (version 10) when formatting their reference list, as this allows references to be automatically extracted.
  • For more details about Vancouver style, kindly visit this following page

General Guidelines

Abbreviations: Define alphabetically, other than abbreviations that can be used without definition. Words or phrases that are abbreviated in duction and following text should be written out in full the first time that they appear in the text, with each abbreviated form in parenthesis. Include the common name or scientific name, or both, of animal and plant materials.

Similarity Index: The similarity index of manuscript is less than 30% by Turnitin or Ithenticate or equal.

Acknowlegments: Individuals and entities that have provided essential support such as research grants and fellowships and other sources of funding should be acknowledged. Contributions that do not involve researching (clerical assistance or personal acknowlegments) should not appear in acknowlegments.

Conflict of Interest: Financial contributions and any potential conflict of interest must be clearly acknowledged under the heading ‘Conflict of Interest’. Authors must list the source(s) of funding for the study. This should be done for each author.

Co-Authors: The commonly accepted guideline for authorship is that one must have substantially contributed to the development of the paper and share accountability for the results. Researchers should decide who will be an author and what order they will be listed depending upon their order of importance to the study. Other contributions should be cited in the manuscript's Acknowlegments.

Copyright Permissions: Authors should seek necessary permissions for quotations, artwork, boxes or tables taken from other publications or from other freely available sources on the Internet before submission to Anjoro. The acknowledgment must be given to the original source in the illustration legend, in a table footnote, or at the end of the quotation.

Page Numbering: Every page of the manuscript, including the title page, references, tables, etc. should be numbered.


Submission recieved electronically using the online submission system or by submitting to our web page and clickSubmission”. Please do not submit manuscripts to the editor-in-chief or to any other office directly. Any queries must be directed to the Chief Executive Editor's office via email to [email protected]

Submission Checklist

  1. ETHIC STATEMENTS: The submission has not been previously publishednor is it before another journal for consideration. Papers are accepted for publication in the journal on the understanding that the article is original and the content has not been published either in English or any other language(s) or submitted for publication elsewhere. Papers are accepted for publication in the journal on the understanding that the article is original and the content has not been published either in English or any other language(s) or submitted for publication elsewhere.
    Corresponding author will be required to tick the statements as the approval of Publishing Ethics Statement.
  2. MANUSCRIPT: Ensure your MS has followed the Anjoro style.  The article should be written in a good academic style and provide an accurate and succinct description of the contents ensuring that grammar and spelling errors have been corrected before submission. It should also not exceed the suggested length.