Journal of Advanced Botany and Zoology
Journal of advanced botany and zoology provides a medium for publication of novel and innovative research from the areas of botany and zoology.
The role of the journal is to provide a venue for dissemination of knowledge and discussion of topics related to:
Microbiological Evaluation and Plasmid Profile of Fresh African Mud Catfish (Clarius gariepinus) in some Towns in Ekiti State. Nigeria
Falegan, C. R., Anosike, O. H. Ayeni Dairo Mr. Akoja, S. O.
Environmental pre-disposition of Organisms to Contaminants with references to Heavy Metals Residues in the Brackish and Marines Gastropods
Ikpesu, Thomas Ohwofasa, Ogbomida Emmanuel Temiotan
Can use the Biotic Index as an indication of fish farm pond water quality?
Michel Laurince YAPO, Yalamoussa TUO , Mouhamadou KONE , Boua Célestin Atsé, Philippe Kouassi
Production of Clariid Brood stock in Makurdi: Status, Constraints and Implications on Aquaculture in Nigeria
Lord Tertese Angahar
Natural Colourants With Ancient Concept and Probable Uses
Tabassum Khair, Sujoy Bhusan, Koushik Choudhury, Ratna Choudhury, Manabendra Debnath and Biplab De
A survey of the bushmeat trade of the straw-coloured fruit bat (Eidolon helvum Kerr, 1792) at Maele Island (Kisangani city, Democratic Republic of the Congo)
Musaba P. Akawa, Malekani A. Bendeki, Kirongozi F. Botelanyele, Shabani I, Nebesse C. Mololo, Van V. Cakenberghe, E. Verheyen, Gembu G.C. Tungaluna, Justin A. Asimonyio, Masengo C. Ashande, Koto-te-Nyiwa Ngbolua
Evaluation of Antioxidant and Antibacterial activity of leaf extracts of Prosopis cineraria (L.) Druce
G. Mohan, S.P.Anand, A.Doss
Contribution to Ethnobotanical Knowledge of some Euphorbiaceae used in Traditional Medicine in Lubumbashi and its surroundings (DRC)
K. Marsi Mbayo, M. Emery Kalonda , T. Patrick Tshisand, K. Emile Kisimba, M. Mulamba, M. Kalunga Richard, K. Grégoire Sangwa, K. Glauber Mbayo , M. Faustin Maseho , Salvius Bakari, T. Pius Mpiana , B. Joseph Kahumba, S. Jean-Baptiste Lumbu
Effects of some legumes in crops associated on the growth and production of Corn (Zea mays var. QPM) in eco-climatic conditions of Kinshasa(DR Congo)
Bangata B.M., Kazanga K., Mufwaya U.P., Koto-te-Nyiwa Ngbolua, Minengu M., Mobambo K.N
Magnesium and phosphorien applications improve the efficiency of growth and productivity of squash (Cucurbita pepo L.) plants grown on a sandy calcareous soil
Ragab S. Taha