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Animal Frontiers Related Publications

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animal

The International Journal of Animal Biosciences

animal attracts the best research in animal biology and animal systems from across the spectrum of the agricultural, biomedical, and environmental sciences. It is the central element in an exciting collaboration between the British Society of Animal Science (BSAS), Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique (INRA) and the European Federation of Animal Science (EAAP) and represents a merging of three scientific journals: Animal Science, Animal Research, and Reproduction, Nutrition, Development. Animal publishes original cutting-edge research, 'hot' topics and horizon-scanning reviews on animal-related aspects of the life sciences at the molecular, cellular, organ, whole animal and production system levels.
http://www.animal-journal.eu/
ISSN (print): 1751-7311
ISSN (electronic): 1751-732X

Canadian Journal of Animal Science

The Canadian Journal of Animal Science (CJAS) is an international peer-reviewed journal edited by the Canadian Society of Animal Science.

The CJAS publishes original research on all aspects of domestic livestock and their by-products. It includes sections on: breeding and genetics; cellular and molecular biology; growth and development; meat science; modeling animal systems; physiology and endocrinology; ruminant nutrition; non-ruminant nutrition; and welfare, behavior and management.

Reviews, letters to the editor, abstracts of technical papers presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Society of Animal Science and conference proceedings may also be published, subject to the approval of the Editor. Contributions are published in English or French with abstracts in both languages.
http://pubs.aic.ca/journal/cjas
ISSN (print): 0008-3984
ISSN (electronic): 1918-1825

Journal of Animal Science

The mission of the American Society of Animal Science (ASAS) is to foster communication and collaboration among individuals and organizations associated with animal science research, education, industry, or administration. "To discover, disseminate and apply knowledge for sustainable use of animals for food and other human needs." The Journal of Animal Science, (JAS) which is published monthly by ASAS, accepts manuscripts presenting information for publication with this mission in mind. Articles published in JAS encompass a broad range of research topics in animal production and fundamental aspects of genetics, nutrition, physiology, and preparation and utilization of animal products. Articles typically report research with beef cattle, companion animals, goats, horses, pigs, and sheep; however, studies involving other farm animals, aquatic and wildlife species, and laboratory animal species that address fundamental questions related to livestock and companion animal biology will be considered for publication. Manuscripts that report research on production issues in animals other than those constituting the main focus of the journal should be submitted to other journals.

Readers of JAS typically represent education, industry, and government, including research, teaching, administration, extension, management, quality assurance, product development, and technical services. Those interested in JAS typically include biochemists, animal breeders, economists, embryologists, engineers, food scientists, geneticists, microbiologists, nutritionists, physiologists, processors, public health professionals, and others with an interest in animal production and fundamental aspects of animal sciences.
http://www.animalsciencepublications.org/publications/jas
ISSN (print): 0021-8812
ISSN (electronic): 1525-3163

Natural Science Education

Related Publications

animal

The International Journal of Animal Biosciences

animal attracts the best research in animal biology and animal systems from across the spectrum of the agricultural, biomedical, and environmental sciences. It is the central element in an exciting collaboration between the British Society of Animal Science (BSAS), Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique (INRA) and the European Federation of Animal Science (EAAP) and represents a merging of three scientific journals: Animal Science, Animal Research, and Reproduction, Nutrition, Development. Animal publishes original cutting-edge research, 'hot' topics and horizon-scanning reviews on animal-related aspects of the life sciences at the molecular, cellular, organ, whole animal and production system levels.
http://www.animal-journal.eu/
ISSN (print): 1751-7311
ISSN (electronic): 1751-732X

Canadian Journal of Animal Science

The Canadian Journal of Animal Science (CJAS) is an international peer-reviewed journal edited by the Canadian Society of Animal Science.

The CJAS publishes original research on all aspects of domestic livestock and their by-products. It includes sections on: breeding and genetics; cellular and molecular biology; growth and development; meat science; modeling animal systems; physiology and endocrinology; ruminant nutrition; non-ruminant nutrition; and welfare, behavior and management.

Reviews, letters to the editor, abstracts of technical papers presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Society of Animal Science and conference proceedings may also be published, subject to the approval of the Editor. Contributions are published in English or French with abstracts in both languages.
http://pubs.aic.ca/journal/cjas
ISSN (print): 0008-3984
ISSN (electronic): 1918-1825

Journal of Animal Science

The mission of the American Society of Animal Science (ASAS) is to foster communication and collaboration among individuals and organizations associated with animal science research, education, industry, or administration. "To discover, disseminate and apply knowledge for sustainable use of animals for food and other human needs." The Journal of Animal Science, (JAS) which is published monthly by ASAS, accepts manuscripts presenting information for publication with this mission in mind. Articles published in JAS encompass a broad range of research topics in animal production and fundamental aspects of genetics, nutrition, physiology, and preparation and utilization of animal products. Articles typically report research with beef cattle, companion animals, goats, horses, pigs, and sheep; however, studies involving other farm animals, aquatic and wildlife species, and laboratory animal species that address fundamental questions related to livestock and companion animal biology will be considered for publication. Manuscripts that report research on production issues in animals other than those constituting the main focus of the journal should be submitted to other journals.

Readers of JAS typically represent education, industry, and government, including research, teaching, administration, extension, management, quality assurance, product development, and technical services. Those interested in JAS typically include biochemists, animal breeders, economists, embryologists, engineers, food scientists, geneticists, microbiologists, nutritionists, physiologists, processors, public health professionals, and others with an interest in animal production and fundamental aspects of animal sciences.
http://www.animalsciencepublications.org/publications/jas
ISSN (print): 0021-8812
ISSN (electronic): 1525-3163

Natural Sciences Education

Natural Sciences Education (NSE) is a peer-reviewed international journal published online continuously during the year. Articles are written by and for educators in the areas of animal science, ecology, natural resources, agronomy, the environment, entomology, and more. Read articles related to extension, universities, industry, administration, and grades K-12. NSE is published by the American Society of Agronomy.

Submit your manuscript today!

ASAS Educator's toolbox has been replaced by Natural Sciences Education Journal

You may also find some teaching resources here:http://www.animalsmart.org/


Submit your manuscript today!

ASAS Educator's toolbox has been replace by Natural Science Education Journal

You may also find some teaching resources here:http://www.animalsmart.org/