The American Journal of Primatology reviews scientific articles about primate anatomy, behavior, development, ecology, evolution, genetics, neuroscience, nutrition, physiology, reproduction, systematics, conservation, husbandry, and use in biomedical research. Submission of a manuscript to the American Journal of Primatology implies that it reports on original work and is not under consideration for publication elsewhere.
The Annals of Medical Entomology, devoted to all aspect of medical entomology, is a half yearly refereed journal, and publishes main articles, review articles, research notes and book reviews, product reviews and service reviews. Page charges are $ 20.00 U.S. per page. Ten free reprints without covers. Annual Subscription: $8.00 US.Sample issue on request.The Chief Editor, Post Box No. 62, G.P.O., Raipur (C.S.) 492001, India.
Zoo Biology is concerned with reproduction, demographics, genetics, behavior, medicine, husbandry, nutrition, conservation and all empirical aspects of the exhibition and maintenance of wild animals in wildlife parks, zoos, and aquariums. This diverse journal offers a forum for effectively communicating scientific findings, original ideas, and critical thinking related to the role of wildlife collections and their unique contribution to conservation.
This journal takes a system-oriented approach to the study of animals. It places particular emphasis on the comparative aspects of animal biology. Topics covered by zoology include:functional anatomy, behaviour and neurobiology, physiology, developmental biology, ecophysiology, population biology, evolutionary biology.