Recognizing that research in human biology must be founded on a comparative knowledge of our closest relatives, this journal is the natural scientist.s ideal means of access to the best of current primate research. .Folia Primatologica. covers fields as diverse as molecular biology and social behaviour, and features articles on ecology, conservation, palaeontology, systematics and functional anatomy. In-depth articles and invited reviews are contributed by the world.s leading primatologists.
We offer entomological literature (antiquarian, second hand, out-of-print and new. We publish the journals “Entomologische Blätter”, “Beiträge zur Entomologie”, “Verhandlungen des Naturwissenschaftlichen Vereins in Hamburg”, Abhandlungen des Naturwissenschaftlichen Vereins in Hamburg”.
The Journal of Fish Biology is a leading international journal for scientists engaged in all aspects of fish and fisheries research, both freshwater and marine. The journal publishes high-quality papers relevant to the central theme of fish biology and aims to bring together under one cover an overall picture of the research in progress and to provide international communication among researchers in many disciplines with a common interest in the biology of fish.
The Journal of Molluscan Studies is the major international journal covering the biology of molluscs. The journal features the newly developing subjects of molecular genetics, cladistic phylogenetics and ecophysiology, but also maintains coverage of ecological, behavioural and systematic malacology.
The Journal of Plankton Research publishes papers dealing with both zoo and phytoplankton, in marine, freshwater and brackish environments. The three main topics covered are:1) the ecology (including model studies) of plankton, including larval and juvenile stages;(2) the physiology (including experimental results) of planktonic organisms;(3) the distribution, life histories and taxonomy of planktonic organisms.
The Journal of Zoology is published by Cambridge University Press for The Zoological Society of London. The aim of the journal is to publish original papers, in English, within the whole field of zoology. Research reviews, and reports of scientific meetings held by the Society, may also be included, and there is a twice-yearly section of Short Communications on all animal taxa.
Contents of the last volumes, some articles for downloading.
Mammal Review is an official journal of the Mammal Society, dedicated to the promotion of mammalian studies. It is not intended for the publication of original research results, but carries reviews of, and reports on, all aspects of mammalogy. Papers may review advances in a particular field; reinterpret existing knowledge for wider appreciation; or collate information in new ways.
Parasitology is an important specialist journal covering the latest advances in the subject. It publishes original papers on all aspects of parasitology and host-parasite relationships, ranging from the latest discoveries in biochemical and molecular biology to ecology and epidemiology in the context of the medical, veterinary and biological sciences.
Protist is the international forum for reporting substantial and novel findings in any area of research on protists. The criteria for acceptance of manuscripts are scientific excellence, significance, and interest for a broad readership. Suitable subject areas include: molecular, cell and developmental biology, biochemistry, systematics and phylogeny, and ecology of protists.Both autotrophic and heterotrophic protists as well as parasites are covered.