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Aims and scope

Aims and scope

The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology (JOBAZ) is a peer-reviewed, open access journal.
JOBAZ is affiliated with the Egyptian Society for Biosciences Advancement and published by Springer Nature. The journal has five sections:

  • Physiology and Ecology, which publishes original articles concerned with the study of the different physiological processes such as circulation, excretion, endocrinology, neurobiology, enzymology, nutrition, metabolism, immunology, as well as mechanisms of toxicity, regulatory mechanisms, and ecological physiology
  • Vertebrate Anatomy and Embryology, which publishes studies that deal with adaptational mechanisms and evolutionary principles of development, molecular taxonomy and teratogenicity, as well as biodiversity and fish biology
  • Cell Biology and Genetics, which covers studies in molecular cell biology, genetics, and epigenetics, as well as cancer biology
  • Invertebrates and Parasitology, which publishes articles in advanced researches in both fields of invertebrates, parasitology, and related subjects
  • Entomology, which covers all fields of entomological research from the basic and experimental to the applied.

Associated Society

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The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology is affiliated with the Egyptian Society for Biosciences Advancement (formerly Egyptian German Society for Zoology).

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Annual Journal Metrics

Citation Impact 2023
Journal Impact Factor: 1.1
5-year Journal Impact Factor: N/A
Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP): N/A
SCImago Journal Rank (SJR): N/A

Speed 2023
Submission to first editorial decision (median days): 32
Submission to acceptance (median days): 299

Usage 2023
Downloads: 361,833
Altmetric mentions: 26