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  1. This study was carried out to assess the performance indices, nutrient digestibility, and carcass trait of weaner rabbits fed diets containing cassava peel meal (CPM) supplemented with methionine (MET) and mul...

    Authors: Olugbenga D. Oloruntola, Simeon O. Ayodele, Olatunji A. Jimoh and Johnson O. Agbede
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:46
  2. The present study aimed to illustrate comparative morphological, histological, and functional variations of the hyoid apparatus of Acanthodactylus boskianus and Ptyodactylus guttatus.

    Authors: Fatma A. Mahmoud, Ali G. Gadel-Rab, Samy A. Saber, Boshra A. ElSalkh, Asmaa A. El-Dahshan and Doaa I. Gewily
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:45
  3. Previous studies have shown that cypermethrin has a teratogenic effect on rat feti born to exposed dam or buck with no information on its effect on their reproductive parameters at maturity. The present study ...

    Authors: Victoria Chinenye Obinna and Gabriel Ogaba Agu
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:44
  4. Theaflavins are major polyphenols in black tea which is the most widely consumed tea in the world. They possess a broad spectrum of biological activities, such as antioxidant, anti-tumor, anti-inflammatory, an...

    Authors: Kirubananthan Gothandam, Vijayan Siva Ganesan, Thangaraj Ayyasamy and Sundaram Ramalingam
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:43
  5. Diabetes mellitus (DM), also known as diabetes, involves a group of metabolic disorders in which blood sugar levels are high over a prolonged period. The present study was designed to evaluate the effect of 21...

    Authors: Samuel Ogheneovo Asagba, Helen Ejiro Kadiri and Theresa Ezedom
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:42
  6. Macrotyloma geocarpum Harms is a neglected and underutilized crop in Benin subject to several constraints including storage insect attacks, which contribute to the decrease in its production. An ethnobotanical su...

    Authors: Yêyinou Laura Estelle Loko, Jerôme Akohonwe, Joelle Toffa, Azize Orobiyi, Prisca Assogba, Alexandre Dansi and Manuele Tamò
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:41
  7. Cyclosporine A (CsA) is an immunosuppression agent used frequently in fields of organs transplantation and autoimmune diseases. However, CsA-induced kidney injury is a major clinical problem associated with Cs...

    Authors: Bushra Y. H. Al-Khatib, Nada M. H. Al-Hamdani and Hussein S. A. Gumaih
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:40
  8. Mosquitoes are known to be notorious for their ability to constitute a nuisance as well as transmit disease-causing organisms (pathogens) to hosts. This study was aimed to determine the species distribution, a...

    Authors: Olajide Joseph Afolabi, Joseph Onaolapo Akinneye and Aminat M. A. Igiekhume
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:39
  9. The study was aimed at comparing the bioaccumulation of BTEX and organochlorine pesticides (OCP) in the intestine of host fish—Synodontis clarias relative to water and in its parasite—Wenyonia acuminata relative ...

    Authors: B. Akinsanya, P. O. Isibor, M. P. Kuton, E. O. Dada and J. K. Saliu
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:38
  10. The lepidopterans, Spodoptera litura and Pericallia ricini, are polyphagous pests of agricultural importance. The unscrupulous and non-judicious use of chemical pesticides for controlling the insect pests has res...

    Authors: Sandeep Kumar Gaur and Krishna Kumar
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:37
  11. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are among the most widely used drug classes worldwide. Although, these drugs have a potent analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects associated with nephrotoxicity....

    Authors: Amel Ibrahim Othman, Amany Abdel-Ghaffar and Atef Mohamed Mahmoud
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:36
  12. Within the rabbit population in South West of Nigeria, four exotic breeds of rabbits consisting of Fauve de Bourgogne, Chinchilla, British Spot, and New Zealand White were evaluated for their reproductive resp...

    Authors: Olatunji Abubakar Jimoh and Emmanuel Olubisi Ewuola
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:35
  13. Cadmium, as industrial pollutants considered as one of the most toxic environmental and most harmful heavy metals, was able to induce severe injury in several tissues.

    Authors: Sherin Ramadan Hamad
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:33
  14. Mozambique tilapia (Tilapia mossambica) are commonly used in the assessment of aquatic environment quality and also considered as useful bio-indicators during environmental pollution monitoring. Copper-oxide and ...

    Authors: Saif Al Ghais, Vibha Bhardwaj, Pramod Kumbhar and Omar Al Shehhi
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:32

    The Correction to this article has been published in The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:49

  15. Pardosa is the genus of wolf spiders erected by C. L. Koch, 1847, currently represented by 549 species worldwide and 40 species from India.

    Authors: Nagnath Nandu Phartale, Tukaram Angadrao Kadam, Hemlata J. Bhosale, Mahesh A. Karale and Gyananath Garimella
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:31
  16. This study was conducted in order to elucidate the effects of cyanide (CN) as sodium cyanide on oxidative parameters in the tissues of birds (Gallus domesticus L.) exposed to CN directly by gavage and indirectl...

    Authors: Helen Ejiro Kadiri and Samuel Ogheneovo Asagba
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:30
  17. Termites inhabiting tree crops are pests which if neglected could result to agricultural loss. In a study to investigate the arboreal termites of planted trees in Rivers State University, 1050 trees were sampl...

    Authors: Adaobi Patricia Ugbomeh, Okorite Membere, Ada Efuka and Dorcas Data S. Bawo
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:29
  18. Aqua feed demand is rising with the growth of intensive aquaculture. Fishmeal is the major conventional protein source of fish feed but its production cannot be increased due to resource limitation. Thus, suit...

    Authors: Subhasish Ghosh and Dipak Kumar Mandal
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:28
  19. Termites (Order Isoptera) are eusocial insects that are of great benefit and economic importance to humans. Despite its benefits and economic attributes to humans, it accounts for serious damage on buildings i...

    Authors: Adaobi Patricia Ugbomeh and Abiye ThankGod Diboyesuku
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:27
  20. Recently, a great interest in the usage of new derived drugs extracted from plant has been increased to treat and/or prevent several diseases including cancer. Therefore, the present study was conducted to use Ni...

    Authors: Wagdy K. B. Khalil, Ekram S. Ahmed, Salwa M. Kassem, Thanaa M. T. Shoman, Mahrousa M. Hassanane and Mariam G. Eshak
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:26
  21. Segment eight (08) of equine influenza virus strain (H3N8) encodes for two non-structural proteins: NS1 (non-structural protein number 1) and NS2, also called NEP (nuclear export protein), via alternative spli...

    Authors: Mohamed Boukharta, Yassine Kasmi, Fathiah Zakham, Hamid El Amri and My Mustapha Ennaji
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:25
  22. The present study was designed to determine the median lethal concentration (96-h LC50) of triclosan (TCS) and to investigate the effect of a sublethal concentrations of TCS on the activities of glutamic oxalo...

    Authors: Devan Hemalatha, Basuvannan Rangasamy, Bojan Nataraj and Mathan Ramesh
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:23
  23. A cross-sectional study was conducted to determine the prevalence of urinary schistosomiasis among primary school pupils in Wamakko Local Government, Sokoto State, Nigeria. Four hundred terminal urine samples ...

    Authors: Imrana Arzika Muhammad, Kabiru Abdullahi, Aminu Yabo Bala and Sa’adatu Aliyu Shinkafi
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:22
  24. Sericulture depends on rearing of silkworm on mulberry leaves. For this reason, Silk production has direct relationship with larval growth. One of the alternative ways of improvement of larval growth and cocoo...

    Authors: Thangapandiyan S and R. Dharanipriya
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:21
  25. This study highlights the potential toxic effects of aluminum chloride and sodium fluoride (NaF), given to pregnant female rats, on the development of the brain neurotransmission systems in their offspring. Pr...

    Authors: Amal A. Kinawy
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:17
  26. Insect wings are an excessively diverse structures, which have fascinated scientist for centuries. Coleoptera is the largest order in the insect group and the most successful animal on earth (Nature Communicat...

    Authors: Nasra M.H. Zohry and Ahmed Mohamed El-Sayed
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:16
  27. The role of water in the maintenance of an aquatic ecosystem is indispensable. In this study, aquatic insect biodiversity and the physico-chemical parameters of Aahoo stream, in southwestern Nigeria, were inve...

    Authors: Babasola Williams Adu and Emmanuel Ayobami Oyeniyi
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:15
  28. Radiotherapy (RT) is the chief nonsurgical method to control malignant tumors. RT has advanced in both methodological and biological aspects over the past few decades. Though RT is a momentous adjuvant non-inv...

    Authors: Gomathi Mohan, Ayisha Hamna T P, Jijo A J, Saradha Devi K M, Arul Narayanasamy and Balachandar Vellingiri
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:14
  29. The epidermal mucus of fish contains various bioactive compounds, which play a crucial role in the animal defense mechanisms. However, the mucus from giant mudskipper is not well characterized for its biochemi...

    Authors: Gopalan Mahadevan, Kannan Mohan, Jothiprakasam Vinoth and Velayudham Ravi
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:13
  30. In recent decades, parasitism has remained one of the major problems of dairy industry in Pakistan. In this context, the most common tick species prevailing is Hyalomma, Boophilus, Haemaphysalis, and Rhipicephalu...

    Authors: Zawar Ahmad, Zahid Anwar, Mian Adnan, Nida Imtiaz, Haroon Ur Rashid and Faryal Gohar
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:12
  31. Chitosan is a promising natural source for controlling obesity. Obese people tend to use supplementary nutrients to compensate for their deficiencies in their diets. The present study aimed to investigate the ...

    Authors: Atef Abdel-Moneem Ali, Anwar Mansour, El-sayed Abd-elkhalik Hassanine, Amal Hamed Abdel-Razek and Heba Ali Hassan Mahmoud
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:11
  32. The study was indented to obtain a protein profile pattern using SDS-PAGE, an amino acid profile pattern using high-performance thin-layer chromatography, and a DNA profile pattern using agarose gel electropho...

    Authors: Anne Rebecca A. and Saravana Bhavan P.
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:10
  33. The Western Ghats of India, one of the global biodiversity hotspots and freshwater eco-regions, harbors several fish species which not just form the important part of the world’s freshwater biodiversity yet in...

    Authors: Sachin M. Gosavi, Sanjay S. Kharat, Pradeep Kumkar and Sandip D. Tapkir
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:9
  34. Monacha obstructa is one of the most abundant gastropod of Egyptian farms. It is a destructive land snail as they cause great damage to vegetables and crops. The present study aimed to control snails by ultraviol...

    Authors: SM Ali and SM Said
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:8
  35. Dermestes maculatus is a destructive pest of smoked-dried fish. Due to its implications, this research was aimed at investigating the insecticidal activities of edible plant extracts on smoked Clarias gariepinus ...

    Authors: Tejumade Mary Philip-Attah
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:7
  36. Nowadays, immuno-stimulants have great importance in improving the immune system and minimising the effect of infectious diseases in poultry flocks. This study was designed to demonstrate the impact of using d...

    Authors: Marwa F. Ali, Mohamed S. Abdel Hafez and Moemen A. Mohamed
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:4
  37. Potassium bromate (KBrO3) causes toxicity in humans and experimental animals. The wide exposure to KBrO3 in water disinfection and as a food additive necessitates finding of available antidotes for its hazards as...

    Authors: Enas Ali Kamel Mohamed and Eman Ali saddek
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:3
  38. Nanoparticles (NPs) are extensively used in many areas of our daily life. Thus, human exposure to a mixture of the NPs is likely to occur. However, most of the previous studies have investigated the toxicity o...

    Authors: Atef Abdel-Moneem Ali and Hanan Ramadan Hamed Mohamed
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:2
  39. The effect of the mefloquine drug on the survival rate, egg production, and infection of snails with Fasciola gigantica was studied. Also, the present study was designed to investigate the response of the snail L...

    Authors: Marwa Thabet Atwa and Fayez Ahmed Bakry
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2019 80:1
  40. Prader-Willi syndrome (PWS) is commonly associated with severe obesity and type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) and is caused by excessive eating. Only very few studies have reported the relationship between excess...

    Authors: Padmavathi Vijayakumar, Arul Narayanasamy and Balachandar Vellingiri
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:54
  41. More than 350 K described species, Coleoptera (beetles) represent the most diverse order from Class Insecta in the entire animal kingdom. However, their phylogeny is highly controversial due to their morpholog...

    Authors: Srushti Singhal, Bhumi Thakkar, Parth Pandya and Pragna Parikh
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:53
  42. Resisting degradation, nonylphenol (NP) remains as a critical compound contaminating many habitats. Prevalence of nonylphenol in the ecosystem of Indian coastlines is not well documented as that of fresh water...

    Authors: Subha Raju, Madhumathi Sivamurugan, Karuna Gunasagaran, Thirunavukkarasu Subramani and Munuswamy Natesan
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:52
  43. Triton WR1339 (Tyloxapol) is the nonionic detergent, which is able to increase the oxidative markers. This oxidation have a crucial effect on the pathological processes. Vegetable oils, such as soy, are recomm...

    Authors: Heba Mohamed Abdou, Mokhtar Ibrahim Yousef and Alsayeda Alsayed Newairy
    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:51

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