Author Guidelines

  • The article must be prepared according to the word template to be downloaded from the journal page
  • The first page of the author should be from top to bottom, title of the article, author names, essence, essence, key words, English title, Abstract, Abstract text, keywords. At the bottom of the page, in the sub information section, there should be article history, author information, citation information.
  • This first page should have no introduction section.
  • The introduction section should start at the beginning of page 2.
  • In the first page, the essence and abstract parts may have a word sum of 200-500.
  • It should never overflow to the second page.
  • The second page should start with the introduction.
  • 1. The introduction section and other article sections should be written in Times New Roman font with a size of 12 pt font size.
  • 2. Materials and Methods 2.1 sub-headings and 2.2 methods should be created separately. In these titles, subtitles from the third grade can be added. the caps must be dark colored and left-handed.
  • 3.Results and Discussion part
  • 4. The results should be part and there should be no number of Thanks and Resources part.
  • The APA 6 style should be used when citing in the article text and creating a list of resources. Example references in the text are according to the number of authors; "In previous work conducted on this subject ... (Yildirim, 2009; Bal and Bektaş 2012; Bal et al., 2013)." or "in previous work done on this subject, it should be given by Yıldırım (2009), Bal and Bektaş (2012) and Bal et al., (2013).
  • Shapes and diagrams shown in the text and their titles should be based on the left.
  • The important results of the study given in the results section should be given in the form of materials.
  • The APA 6 style should be used when creating the resources section. Examples;
  • Babiak, M., and Kudela, J. (1995), A contribution to the definition of the fiber saturation point. Wood Science and Technology, 29 (3), 217-22
  • Bal, B. C., and Bektaş, I. (2012), The physical properties of heartwood and sapwood of Eucalyptus grandis. Proligno, 8 (4), 35-43.
  • Bao, F. C., Jiang, Z. H., Jiang, X. M., Lu, X. X., Luo, X. Q., and Zhang, S. Y. (2001), Differences in wood properties between juvenile wood and mature wood in 10 species grown in China. Wood Science and Technology, 35 (4), 363-375.
  • Malkoçoğlu, A. (1994), Technological properties of Oriental beech (Fagus Orientalis L.) wood, Karadeniz Technical University, Graduate School of Natural and Applied Sciences, PhD Thesis, Trabzon.
  • Örs, Y., and Keskin, H. (2001), Wood material knowledge, Gazi University textbook, S: 77, Ankara.