WRITE DOWN THE TITLE IN BAHASA WHICH IS REFLECTING WORK AND RESULTS OF RESEARCH (MAXIMUM 15 WORDS, CENTER, BOLD, 14pt) WRITE DOWN THE TITLE IN INDONESIAN ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF THE TITLE IN BAHASA (MAXIMUM 15 WORDS, CENTER, BOLD, 14pt) First author1, second author2, third author3 (12pt) 1First author institution, for example Department, Faculty, University (11pt) First Author Institution Address (11pt) 2Second Author Institution, for example Department, Faculty, University (11pt) Second Author Institution Address (11pt) Email: write email address and author corresponding handphone number, its possible if the author corresponding is not the first author (11 pt) Submitted: ........................ Reviewed: ....... ................... Accepted: .....................

ABSTRACT (11pt, space 1) Write the abstract in Bahasa which is a summary of the article. An abstract is made in one paragraph and consists of a maximum of 250 words. The abstract must contain the background, objectives, methodology, results and conclusions, but it is not necessary to make the words explicit. Abstracts may not contain tables / figures, and no citation needed. Avoid abbreviations to a minimum.

Keywords: write three to six keywords of ABSTRACT (11pt, Space 1) Abstract does not have to be translated from verbatim abstract, but has the same content. The format is the same as the abstract, but consists of a maximum of 250 words. The purpose and method of work are arranged in the form of past tense, while the results and conclusions are in the form of simple present tense. Keywords: please write down 3 to 6 keywords

INTRODUCTION (11pt) Manuscripts is written in Bahasa or English with Times New Roman letters, 1 (one) column, 1 space of density, on A4 paper. The author is asked to send in the form of a file which is typed in the MS-Word program. The number of paragraphs is not limited but must include the background, the purpose of the research, the position of the research to previous research and the novelty of the research. A few of theoretical basis that is directly related to the contents of the article can be included. No headings (sub-chapters) need to be made in the part of introduction.

RESEARCH METHOD (11pt) The research method consists of 2 sub chapters, such as tools and materials and the course of the research. If the data analysis is specific, or the method of analysis is new, then the Data Analysis sub-section can be added. Sub chapters are written without numbering or bullets. Tools and Materials Include large tools or special tools used in research along with their brands, types, and specifications. The tools that are commonly used in laboratory experiments such as glassware, napkins, scalpels, etc., do not need to be listed. Specific / specific tools, such as self-designed tools, or the results of modification of standard equipment must be included in the scheme / picture / photo. The degrees and specifications of the ingredients, brands and suppliers for each ingredient must be stated. The sex, strain, age, and average body weight and SD of the tested animal should be reported in this section. If simplicia is obtained from self-collection of living plants as far as possible, include the age of the plant / fruit / leaf position, month of collection, and time of collection. If from the purchase the source of the purchase must be mentioned. The Path of Research This section contains the course of research specifically used in research. Simple workflows do not need to be schematic. Common ways of working do not need to be explained in detail. Long research steps can be made in sub-chapters of the stages of research by numbering Arabic numbers. 1. Step I of the research Explain the research steps briefly but clearly so as to allow other studies to do the same results 2. Step II of the research etc.

Data Analysis : New data analysis methods must be explained in detail with their formulas (equations). If the text contains more than 3 equations, then the equation number must be given.

RESULTS AND DISCUSSION (11pt) The results and discussion contain three things, namely (1) description and (2) interpretation of the results of the research and (3) discussion (comparison) of our results with the results of previous studies. If the results and discussion section are very long, sub-chapters can be made with Arabic numeric numbers. The description of the results can be in the form of tables and figures with numbered sequence (Table uses roman numerical order, Figure uses Arabic numerical order) according to its location on the script like the following example: Table I. Isolation results, purification and yield of 1-N- (2-nitrobenzil) compound -1,10-phenantrolinium chloride Isolation Product Group (grams) Yield (%) Purification Results 1 0.1302 37.00 0.1199 2 0.1153 32.78 0.1107 3 0.0976 27.74 0.0923 4 0.0773 21.98 * 0.0712 Description: Ex 1: 2-nitrobenzyl chloride ratio: 1,10-phenanthroline monohydrate = 1 : 1 Ex 2: 2-nitrobenzyl chloride ratio: 1,10-phenanthroline monohydrate = 3: 1 Ex 3: 2-nitrobenzyl chloride ratio: 1,10-phenanthroline monohydrate = 5: 1 Ex 4: 2-nitrobenzyl chloride ratio: 1 , 10-phenanthroline monohydrate = 7: 1 The results of Isolation, Rendement and Purification are derived from an average of 3 data. * showed significant differences to group 1 (Anova statistical test with continued LSD test, P = 95%) before purification After Purification Figure 1. Compound N- (2-nitrobenzil) -1,10-phenantrolinium chloride before and after purification

CONCLUSION (11pt ) Conclusions are made in one paragraph, without citation.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS (11pt) If deemed necessary, for example donors of funds, technicians, and discussion partners, can be written in this section.

REFERENCES Bibliography is preferred for the last 10 years (at least 75% of the minimum 10 references).
The bibliography is written in chronological alphabetical order without serial numbers (Harvard System).
The bibliography is up-to-date and uses the Mendeley application for citation and bibliography.
Example: Coss, P., Ying, L., Calomme, M., J.P. Cimanga, K., Van Poel, B., Pieters, L., Vlietinck., A.J., and Vanden Berghe, D, 1998, Structure-Activity Relationship and Classification of Flavonoids as Inhibitors of Xanthine Oxidase and Superoxide Scavengers, J. Nat. Prod. 61: 71-76. For a collection of books (review) Example: Olive, P.J.W. 1983. Annelida-Polychaeta. in K.G. Adiyodi and A.R.Adiyodi., Reproductive Biology of Invertebrates. John Willey and Sons. Chichester. New York. 357-442. For textbooks Example: Guenther. 1952. The Essential Oil. Vol 5. Van Nostrand Reinhodl Company. New York. 34-36 For Proceedings of the Author, year of proceeding, title of article, in Proceeding ... (seminar / conference name), seminar organizer (or publisher proceeding), city of seminar (or city publisher), 34-39.

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