International Journal of Zoology Studies


International Journal of Zoology Studies
International Journal of Zoology Studies
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Conservation of the Spot-billed Pelican Pelecanus philippensis in southern India
Pages: 01-10  
Cladistics analysis of species infesting (Ischnocera: Philopteridae) Fowls of District Hyderabad, Sindh, Pakistan
Pages: 11-18  
Isolation and antimicrobial profiling of bacteria from domesticated animals with Metritis
Pages: 19-23  
Laboratory studies on biology of false spider mite, Brevipalpus californicus
Pages: 24-26  
Extraction of venom from honey bee in district swat, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan
Pages: 27-30  
Studies on the pathogenicity of selected major Carpsat Bansagar colony pond, Rewa (M.P.)
Pages: 31-33  
Prey influence of mosquito larvae: aedes aegypti on predatory potential of diplonychus indicus
Pages: 34-37  
A checklist and relative diversity of avifauna of Atrai, Raninagar and Naogan Sadar Upazillas of Naogaon district of Bangladesh
Pages: 38-45  
Regulation of biological clock through circadian rhythm in insects
Pages: 46-52  
Potential role of silicon (SI) to promote plant defense mechanism against insect Herbivors
Pages: 53-56  
Effects of packaging materials on weight loss, moisture content and quality of wheat flour infested by Tribolium castaneum (Herbst) (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae)
Pages: 57-61  
Impact of abiotic stresses on summer preservation of ecorace bhandara of Antheraea mylitta D
Pages: 62-63  
The reduced model of distribution and habitat suitability for endemic the vulnerable Lorestan Newt, Neurergus kaiseri Schmidt, 1952 (Urodela: Salamandridae)
Pages: 64-69  
Bio-efficacy of some green pesticides against Brevipalpus Karachiensis Chaudhri et al. (Acari: Tenuipalpidae) infesting Justicia Adhatoda l. Nees (Family: acanthaceae) under laboratory condition
Pages: 70-72  
Evidences of cheloniophagy by early hominid (Homo erectus) during middle of pleistocene from beds of trinil’s layers in central Java (Indonesia), with an updated list of trinil’s testudines, and a redescription of Duboisemys isoclina (Dubois, 1908)
Pages: 73-84