Aims and Scope

    Peertechz's global Journal of Zoology aims to publish manuscripts explaining the ideal habitats required for the sustenance of animal species and the food chains that govern their eating habits, thus enabling the powerful human race to take appropriate steps of ensuring the safety and continuation of these life forms.

    Global Journal of Zoology seeks to publish manuscripts in all the diversified aspects of animal biology, from cells to populations and from neurones to behavior. Peertechz strives to play an important role in disseminating information on field-based, experimental, and theoretical research on the zoology. The Global Journal of Zoology covers all aspects of basic, comparative, and applied protozoan and animal biology at molecular, cellular, tissue, organ, population, and community-ecosystem levels.

    Disciplines in Global Journal of Zoology

    Authors are suggested to research, write and send manuscripts in following, but not limited to research disciplines in the field of animal biology:

    • Ichthyology
    • Herpetology
    • Ethology
    • Entomology
    • Primatology
    • Ornithology
    • Mammalogy
    • Malacology
    • Invertebrate zoology
    • Embryology
    • Cell and molecular biology in animals
    • Aquaculture
    • Animal toxicology
    • Animal science
    • Animal physiology
    • Animal pathology
    • Animal parasitology
    • Animal neurobiology
    • Animal microbiology
    • Animal immunology
    • Animal genetics
    • Animal enzymology
    • Animal endocrinology
    • Animal biology
    • Animal bioinformatics
    • Animal biochemistry
    • Vermitechnology in animals
    • Sociobiology

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