Authors are requested to prepare their manuscripts as follows: double spaced but not two columns. Tables, figures and photos must be uploaded separately.
Literature citation, e.g.:
for journal articles:
Lahogue, F.; Boulard, G.; Schneider, C.; 1995: Comparaison de différentes techniques de greffage vis-à-vis de leur efficacité de transmission virale sur vigne. Vitis 34, 177-183.
for articles in conference proceedings and monographs:
Dry, P. R.; Loveys, B. R.; Botting, D. G.; 1996: Effects of partial rootzone drying on grapevine vigour, yield composition of fruit and use of water. In: C. S. Stockley; A. N. Sas; R. S. Johnstone; T. H. Lee (Eds.): Proc. 9th. Aust. Wine Ind. Techn. Conf., 128-131. Adelaide, Australia (Winetitles: Adelaide).
(Please write authors' names in normal or small capital letters, but not in capital letters.)
Papers are limited to 8 printed pages except for reviews. The final size of a paper may be calculated as follows: One printed page usually has two columns with 59 lines each with about 55 characters per line. Research Notes are restricted to two printed pages (appr. 8000 characters). Articles describing grapevine cultivars must be submitted as research note.
Supplemental material can be uploaded, too. It will be found on the journal homepage for download, but not in the print version.
Photos in black and white or colour are accepted. Print and online version will be in colour. Photos must be sent in TIFF- or JPG-format (no compression). The resolution must be no less than 300 dpi. Colour photos must be sent in CMYK colour-mode, photos in RGB colour mode yield a faded print out.
Text files of the manuscript in MS-Word format are welcome. Tables must be created with the table-function of MS-Word. Special characters (e.g. greek, mathematical) must be created with the symbol-function of MS-Word.
VITIS does not charge a fee, neither for accessing nor for publishing journal articles.