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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.
  • 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).
  • The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, or RTF document file format.
  • Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  • 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.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.

Author Guidelines


The introduction must contain an appreciable and concise amount of information concerning the subject of the article, its background, the problem to be tackled and the objectives of the research.  These should be based on logic and methodology according to recent scientific references. At the end of the introduction the justification and objectives of the research are stated.


Articles sent for publication must be original reports of research not simultaneously sent to, nor previously published elsewhere. The journal accepts original papers, short communications, and review articles. Manuscripts should be submitted online: http://journals.uofg.edu.sd/index.php/gjrs. Papers must be written in English or Arabic, with both Arabic and English abstracts. Each manuscript will be assessed by two independent referees. The correspondence author will be informed immediately thereafter of acceptance, rejection or need of revision. The editorial staff reserves the right to revise the manuscript. Major alterations, however, will only be made in accordance with the author(s) consent.


Preference is given to short communications which contain novel experimental results in short form. A short communication has no summary and should not exceed 5 type written pages (including tables, figures and references). The term short communication should be added below the title.


Reviews are comprehensive, critical descriptions on the present knowledge of actual research subjects or technological developments. The division is left to the author(s). Reviews are frequently submitted on invitation; however they are of course accepted from other authors too.  The term "A review" should be added below the title.


These are contributions containing novel research or strategies, novel methodical, technological or technical procedures or novel methods of education or teaching which have to be scientifically well founded, but which have not yet been confirmed by experiment or practice.


Before submission of your manuscript, the following documents should be prepared:

  1. The scanned and signed copy right document
  2. The original manuscript


  1. Copyright document: Please print the copy right document, sign and scan it then upload along with your manuscript. the document is available to download from here.
  2. The original manuscript:

 IMPORTANT NOTE: To ensure the blind reviewing, please upload your manuscript as fellows: 1. A copy of the complete manuscript, WITHOUT authors names and affiliations, 2. The first page of the manuscript WITH authors names and affiliations.


 A. Plagiarism check: The manuscript should be an original work, please note that ONLY manuscripts with plagiarism 25% or less for articles "or 30% for review" will be published in the journal.

 B.Manuscript organization

(I) Style and format: you have to follow the journal format provided in the below table. The journal template is available here.

File format

Manuscript files can be in the following formats: DOC, DOCX or PDF. The submitted file should not be locked or protected.


- Original papers length should be 8, or more, but not exceed 25 pages including Figures and/or tables.

- Short communication should be limited to 5 type written pages plus no more than 3 figures and/or tables

Font and spacing

Use Times New Roman font with size 12 and spacing of  1.15 pt.


Format text in one column


Limit manuscript sections and sub-sections to maximum of 3 heading levels.

Page number

Include page numbers in the manuscript


Manuscript could be written in Arabic or English


Define abbreviations upon first appearance in the text.

Do not use non-standard abbreviations unless they appear at least three times in the text. Keep abbreviations to a minimum.

Structural Diagrams, Tables  and Mathematical Equations

- Tables, Structural diagrams of molecules as well as mathematical equations should be drawn or written in the manuscript in the places in which they belong. They should always stand alone, i.e. occupy extra lines. They should be marked with Arabic numerals in parentheses in the right hand margin. Greek letters and unusual symbols in equations should be identified in the typesetter.   

- Use Math Type or Equation Editor or Microsoft's Insert Equation function for display and inline equations.

(II) Article organization

Authors are requested to adhere to the rules given below and to follow the examples precisely.


      The title should be concise and reflect the article contents. It should be followed by the researcher(s) name(s) and the address for correspondence. Researcher(s) name(s) should be written in full with their names listed in order of their contributory role.


     The introduction must contain an appreciable and concise amount of information concerning the subject of the article, its background, the problem to be tackled and the objectives of the research. These should be based on logic and methodology according to recent scientific references. At the end of the introduction the justification and objectives of the research are stated.

Materials and Methods 

The materials used and the methods or methodology followed in the research should be written in the past passive tense.  All the methodological procedures must be explained and full information of the design and other tools for conducting the research must be clearly explained.  Full description of the procedures followed  and references will help other researchers to repeat the research .  Data and statistical analysis, if any, should be explained.


Results are written in the past passive tense.  Numerical results can be presented  in tables and figures.  Full description and interpretation of the tables and figures  should be presented without  repeating unnecessary data.


Discussion should be based on the results obtained compared to the objectives of the research and the literature reviewed . Discussion should judge, estimate and assess the scientific value and the practical significance of the results in association to previous findings and the objective of the research. It may be pooled with results or presented under a separate  section


References cited should be related to the research subject.  All references in the text should appear in the reference list and vice versa, references in text should begin with the  family name only and the year of publication both between brackets, e.g. (Rutter, 1995,p).

- In the case of three or more authors, only the name of the first shall be written with the word "et al", e.g. (Mayer, et al 1992.p).

- All references cited in text should be included in the list of references at the end of the paper.

-All references must arrange alphabetically or numerically, beginning with Arabic references, then foreign references, then periodicals and referrals.

Articles in a journal

(Yousif, L.A. 2016). Mathematical models to predict repair and maintenance for 2WD tractors in the mechanized rainfed areas, Eastern Sudan. Gezira Journal of Agricultural Science 14(1): 1-17.

Pray, C.E., J. Huang and S. Rozelle. 2002.  Five years of Bt cotton in China: The benefits continue.  The Plant Journal 31:423-430.

(Abdel Wahab, D. M. 2009).  Effects of differential irrigation practices on yield of sugarcane at Kenana Sugar Scheme, Sudan. Arcsudan. Sd/arc/conferences/meeting 44/pdf/5.pdf.

 (Barnum, S.R.2005). Biotechnology, 2nd edn. Brooks-Cole, Belmont, CA, USA.

Guides, handbooks, manuals and reports.

(Overholt, W.A., K.V.N. Maes and F.R. Goebel. 2001). Field Guide to Stemborer Larvae of Maize, Sorghum and Sugarcane in Eastern and Southern Africa. ICIPE Science Press, Nairobi, Kenya.

Chapters in a book

Frank, F.J., I.G. Christen and I.B. Bullerman. 2000.Tests for groups of microorganisms, pp. 271 – 286. In: R.T. Marshal (ed.).  Standard Methods for the Examination of Dairy Products, 17th  edn.  American Public Health Association, Washington, D.C., USA.

Unpublished theses and dissertations

Adam, A.M. 2008. Reduction of Harvest Losses in Mango (Mangifera indica L.) Fruit Using Improved Harvesting Methods. M.Sc. Thesis. The National Institute for the Promotion of Horticultural Exports,       University of Gezira, Wad Medani, Sudan.


Seiler, G., J.C. Jan and T.J. Guluy. 2008.  Use of Helianthus species in   sunflower breeding, pp. 71-76.In: Proceedings of the International Conference on Conventional  and Molecular Breeding of Field and         Vegetable Crops, 24-27 November, 2008, Novisad, Serbia.

Views expressed in the articles are those of the authors, and the responsibility of their contents rests  exclusively on the author(s). The journal bears no such responsibility what so ever.

Final Remarks 

The authors are cordially asked to follow these instructions. In this way they facilitate the work for themselves and for the editorial staff and the referees. Authors are encouraged to supply e-mail addresses, fax and telephone numbers. These are likely to speed up communication. Acknowledgements of financial support, advice or other kinds of assistance should be made at the end of the text before Bibliography under the heading "Acknowledgements".

Correspondence : All correspondence should be addressed to the Editor–in-chief., of Gezira Journal of  Revelation Sciences, Deanship of Scientific Research, University of Gezira

P.O. Box 20, Wad Medani, Sudan.

E-mail: revelation_science @uofg.edu.sd

Tel. Mob: 0124006621

Tel. Mob: 0127767042

NOTE: Registration for submission: Staff of University of Gezira SHOULD register with their official university e-mail.