The full paper must be received not later than April 30, 2019.
The manuscript given on two languages (Russian and English), should develop the general theme reflected in the resume, but there can be little changes in the name and authors. If changes considerably change the declared theme, the Committee should be notified before the material of theses will be presented. Materials of messages in Russian and English will be published in printing, materials in Russian and English language will be placed on a site of conference EAPMС www.pestmanagement.Su.
Note: Manuscripts received after established date will not be included in the Conference Proceedings and will not be presented during the meeting.
Authors must pay the registration for the Conference to have their manuscripts published in the Proceedings and to present a paper during the Conference.
• The paper should be prepared using Times New Roman font, size 12. Authors are strongly requested to follow these instructions to ensure the production of high-quality proceedings.
• The overall length of the paper, including illustrations, tables, and references, is limited to 5-8 pages and up to 5 images.
• Do not embed any formatting commands in the manuscript.
• Do not number the pages.
• One and a half space the entire manuscript by using the appropriate line spacing command in the word-processing program.
• Use only a single space after a period or other punctuation.
• Artwork MUST be provided separate from the text, in a separate file. Do not incorporate images or other artwork into the manuscript; these must be in a separate file, and the file labeled so that it is identified with the manuscript. One and a half space all legends. Be certain that image legends correspond to the artwork and that all parts and symbols are defined.
Papers should be organized in the following sequence of sections:
• Author(s) names, workplace name and address
• Key Words
• Materials and Methods
• Results and Discussion
• Acknowledgments (when applicable)
• References Cited
The title should be in all capital letters, in the center of the page. It should be concise and informative, without abbreviations (for example: spell out United Kingdom, do not use UK), and include the order and family names (in parentheses) of plants and animals referred to in the title.
• Do not include the authors of scientific names used in the title; for example: Blattella germanica, not Blattella germanica (L.). Do not use both the common name and the scientific name.
• Do not use commercial product names in the title.
One line space below the title should begin the authors. Give the full names and affiliations of all authors; use superscript numbers to identify authors and affiliations. Do not use titles, such as Dr. Ms., Engr.
The Abstract should be an informative summary of the significant contents and main conclusions of the research presented. Generally, the length of the abstract is not more 10% of the manuscript text, and should be one paragraph. Single spacing must be.
• DO NOT USE THE PREVIOUSLY SUBMITTED RESUME.
• Use commercial product names only at the first mention, thereafter use common or chemical name.
• Do not indent the word Abstract, use upper and lower case, bold, and no punctuation following the word, just two spaces.
On a separate line following the Abstract type Key Words; no indentation, use upper and lower case; give not more six key words or phrases for indexing purposes.
• Do not repeat words used in the title.
The introduction should clearly state the purpose (aims and objectives) of the paper. It should include key references to appropriate work, but should not be an historical or complete literature review.
Materials and Methods
Methods should be described in sufficient detail to allow the work to be repeated. References should be used where appropriate to avoid repetition of established methods and techniques. The origin of materials and/or suppliers of equipment should be named.
In a subsection titled Data Analysis describe all statistical methods. Specify the experimental design, number of replications, and sample sizes. Provide a citation for the statistical test and list the reference in the References Cited. Only t-tests and analyses of variance require no citation. Cite the computer program user's manual in the References Cited.
Do not use '&' in the title, text, citations, or in references cited, unless part of the original logo (such as Chapman & Hall).
• Use product names only at the first mention in the text (Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, Discussion), thereafter use the chemical or common name.
• Spell out the word Image in the text, do not use Fig. or Img. in the text or for the actual image legend.
• Abbreviations should be defined in parentheses after their first mention in the text.
• The scientific name of plants and animals should be written in full the first time it appears in the text, including the authority, e.g. Blattella germanica (L.). On subsequent occasions, the generic name is abbreviated and the authority omitted, e.g. B. germanica.
References in Text
Citing in figures in the square brackets, corresponding to a source serial number in the literature list is supposed.
For example, ".... ".
Results should be presented in a logical sequence. Use tables and images as appropriate. It can be no more than five drawings and tables in the sum.
The discussion should emphasize the implications and practical significance of the findings, their limitations, and relevance to previous studies. When appropriate the Results and Discussion sections may be combined.
References should be listed alphabetically by surname, giving the year of publication, title of paper, journal title, volume number and first and last page numbers. If there are multiple resources by the same author, arrange the single-authored entries first, in chronological order, followed by multi-authored works alphabetized by surname. Papers by the same author(s) in the same year should be distinguished by the letters a, b, c, etc.
Book references should include their edition, editors(s), publisher and place of publication.
• Do not cite papers or books that are in progress or in press.
• Double space all bibliographic references.
• Use complete closing page numbers (e.g. 283-289, not 283-9).
• Do not space between initials of the author, single space after year.
• List all authors and initials, do not use et al.
Thomas, C.R. and Barlow, R.A. 1993. Dispersal of termiticide foam beneath concrete slabs. Jpn. J. Sanit. Zool. 44: 335-339.
Wood, F.E., Robinson, W.H., Kraft, S.K., and Zungoli, P.A. 1981. Survey of attitudes and knowledge of public housing residents toward cockroaches. Bull. Entomol. Soc. Am. 27: 9-13.
Eaton, R.A. and Hale, M.D.C. 1993. Wood. London: Chapman & Hall
Chapter in book
Burgess, N.R.H. 1993. Cockroaches (Blattaria). In: Lane, R.P. and Crosskey, R.W., eds. Medical Insects and Arachnids, London: Chapman & Hall
Information from website (include date of site access)
UNCD. 1992. Promoting Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development, Agenda 21, Chapter 14, United Nations Conference on Environment and Development, Rio de Janeiro.www.igc.apcorg/habitat/ agenda21/ch_14.html(Dec. 7, 1998).
The participants of the questionnaire and summary of which have been approved, you should load the text of your message (including the name of the posts, abstract, text, references, figures and tables - all in one file in the format of ".doc" or ".docх") in the "My account" using the column "browse" "load message again". Or send e-mail: email@example.com
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