Veterinary World 

     Open access and peer reviewed journal  

ISSN (Online): 2231-0916,

ISSN (Print): 0972-8988


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NAAS - National Academy of Agricultural Sciences - 5.10, SNIP - Source Normalized Impact per Paper - 0.410,

Impact per publication - 0.371, SJR - SCimago Journal Rank - 0.205, UIF - Universal Impact Factor - 0.8901, GIF - Global Impact Factor - 0.588

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  Volume - 7 (Open Access)

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Aims and Scope: Veterinary World publishes high quality and novelty papers focusing on Veterinary and Animal Science. The fields of study are bacteriology, parasitology, virology, immunology, nutrition, gynecology, surgery, genetics, prion diseases and epidemiology. Food animals, companion animals, equines, wild animals, laboratory animals and animal models of human infections are considered. Studies on zoonotic and emerging infections are highly appreciated.

All articles published by Veterinary World are made freely and permanently accessible online. All articles to Veterinary World are posted online immediately as they are ready for publication. All articles will be assigned a DOI number (Digital Object Identifier) whereby they become searchable and citable without delay.

Audience: Veterinary World readers represent education, industry and government, including research, teaching, administration, veterinary medicine and technical services in more than 140 countries. Veterinary World is of interest to those in veterinary medicine, infectious diseases, public health, parasitology, food science, epidemiology, immunology, virology, bacteriology, nutrition, pathology, physiology, gynaecology, wildlife.

English language editing: English language editing will be done by experts/editors after receipt of article processing charge. However manuscript must be of good quality English at the time of submission, otherwise it will be rejected at the initial stage. The English language editing will be done free of cost.

Article processing charge for each accepted article :

INR 3800 for Indian/USD 80 for abroad. There is no submission or other charge.

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Research (Published online: 18-12-2014)

Body linear traits for identifying prolific goats - Avijit Haldar, Prasenjit Pal, Debasis Majumdar, Chanchal K. Biswas, Saurabh Ghosh and Subhransu Pan

Veterinary World, 7(12): 1103-1107

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Identification and sequence analysis of Tapasin gene in guinea fowl - Varuna P. Panicker and R. Uma

Veterinary World, 7(12): 1099-1102

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Research (Published online: 16-12-2014)

Estimation of genetic parameters of weekly test-day milk yields and first lactation 305-day milk yield in Murrah buffaloes - Saroj Kumar Sahoo, Avtar Singh, A. K. Gupta, A. K. Chakravarty, Manvendra Singh and G. S. Ambhore

Veterinary World, 7(12): 1094-1098

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Research (Published online: 15-12-2014)

Cloning and sequence analysis of hsf, an outer membrane protein gene of Pasteurella multocida serotype B:2 - A. Priyadarshini, S. Kumar, S. K. Gupta, K. N. Viswas, R. K. Agarwal and V. P. Singh

Veterinary World, 7(12): 1090-1093

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Nutritional evaluation of fodder, its preference and crop raiding by wild Asian elephant (Elephas maximus) in Sonitpur District of Assam, India - Bidyut Jyoti Das, Bibeka Nanda Saikia, Kishore Kumar Baruah, Arundhati Bora and Mukul Bora

Veterinary World, 7(12): 1082-1089

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Research (Published online: 11-12-2014)

Effect of supplementation of different levels of selenium as nanoparticles/sodium selenite on blood biochemical profile and humoral immunity in male Wistar rats - S. J. Bunglavan, A. K. Garg, R. S. Dass and Sameer Shrivastava

Veterinary World, 7(12): 1075-1081

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Research (Published online: 11-12-2014)

Performance of Tharparkar calves following a suckling or non-suckling rearing system - Vipin Kumar Upadhyay, A. K. S. Tomar, B. H. M. Patel, S. Sahu, P. K. Bharti and D. M. Golher

Veterinary World, 7(12): 1071-1074

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Wankaner - 363621,

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Article statistics

Jan. 2014 to Nov. 2014

Submitted articles: 556

Accepted articles: 206

Rejected articles: 273

Articles under-review: 77 Acceptance rate: 37.05%

Jan.-2013 to Dec.-2013

Submitted articles: 404

Accepted articles: 137

Rejected articles: 267

Articles under-review: 0 Acceptance rate: 33.91%

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Veterinary World benefited from the comments and insights from 149 reviewers from 29 countries during  year 2013

List of reviewers for year 2014 will be available online in first week of January 2015.


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