ISSN: 0253-7214 | Frequency: Continuous | Nature: Print and Online | Language of Publication: English | Article Processing Charges: 450USD | Publisher:ASSOC ADVANCEMENT ZOOLOGY , AZADANAGAR COLONY RUSTAMPUR, GORAKHPUR, INDIA, 273001

Journal of Advanced Zoology is a journal devoted to experimental and comparative animal science. It presents a common forum for all scientists who take an explicitly organism oriented and integrative approach to the study of animal form, function, development and evolution.
The journal invites papers that take a comparative or experimental approach to behavior and neurobiology, functional morphology, evolution and development, ecological physiology, and cell biology. Due to the increasing realization that animals exist only within a partnership with symbionts, Journal of Advanced zoology encourages submissions of papers focused on the analysis of holobionts or metaorganisms as associations of the macroscopic host in synergistic interdependence with numerous microbial and eukaryotic species.

Basic Journal Information

  • ISSN: 0253-7214 | Frequency: Continuous | Nature: Print and Online | Language of Publication: English | Article Processing Charges: 450 USD | Publisher:ASSOC ADVANCEMENT ZOOLOGY , AZADANAGAR COLONY RUSTAMPUR, GORAKHPUR, INDIA, 273001
  • Coverage Areas: Although the list is not prescriptive, JAZ intends to focus on advances in the following sub-domains:
    1. Anatomy
    2. Ecology
    3. Physiology
    4. Genomics
    5. Developmental biology
    6. systematics and genetics, phylogenetics
    7. Arachnology
    8. Herpetology
    9. Ichthyology
    10. Apiology
    11. Zoosemiotics
    12. Vector Molecular Biology
    13. Molecular  Endocrinology
    14. Parasitology, Paleozoology
    15. Planktology, Primatology
    16. Zooarchaeology
    17. Immunobiology
    18. Arthropodology
    19. Cetology
    20. Conchology
    21. Entomology
    22. Helminthology
    23. Malacology
    24. Myrmecology
    25. Nematology
    26. Neuroethology
    27. Ornithology
    28. Protozoology
    29. Parazoology and Helminthology
  • Types of Papers: The Journal accepts the following categories of papers:
    • Original research
    • Position papers/review papers
    • Short-papers (with well-defined ideas, but lacking research results or having preliminary results)
    • Technology Discussion/Overview Papers
  • Peer Review Process: All submitted papers are subjected to a comprehensive blind review process by at least 2 subject area experts, who judge the paper on its relevance, originality, clarity of presentation and significance. The review process is expected to take 8-12 weeks at the end of which the final review decision is communicated to the author. In case of rejection authors will get helpful comments to improve the paper for resubmission to other journals. The journal may accept revised papers as new papers which will go through a new review cycle.
  • Periodicity: The Journal follows  Continuous Article Publication Mode(CAP) starting from 2023.
  • Indexing: Scopus, WoS, Chemical Abstract (U.S.A.),Biological Abstract (U.S.A.),Indian Science Index (New Delhi),SJR (Scopus),Google Scholar,Connect Journal,Research Gate,Biosis Document Express (U.S.A.),Biocontrol News and Information (London),Current Awareness in Biological Science (U.K.), Current Contents/ Agriculture Biology & Environmental Sciences (U.S.A.)

Editorial Note on Continuous Article Publication Mode


With the advent of digital publication, the manner of scientific content generation, access and distribution have been rapidly transformed. In the past few years, we have observed a rising demand for our online publications. In this context, we are pleased to inform that catering to the requirements of its vast readership, the Journal of Advanced Zoology has adopted the “Continuous Article Publication(CAP) mode since March 2023.  To ensure faster dissemination of research, The Journal of Advanced Zoology, which was before March 2023 a bi-annual publication, will now publish the peer-reviewed and accepted articles online in final citable form as they are processed. Under this publication mode, manuscripts are published as and when they get ready, rather than conventionally waiting for other articles (intended for an issue) to be ready. By this, the peer reviewed version of article becomes immediately available for downloading, reading and citing, thereby ensuring faster dissemination of research. Furthermore, once a paper is published, it is immediately sent for indexing. 

The CAP mode of publication is expected to bridge the existing time gap between article processing and production and provide rapid access to complete citable articles (and supplementary data) within the shortest time frame possible. The transit to CAP mode comes with a minor remodeling of the structure of the journal.

Hence, the CAP mode of publication will aid us to do away with the concept of print "Issues" (4 issues in a year). However, in order to meet the commitment of the publisher to their respective subscribers, the articles published online in CAP mode, will be clustered category-wise and printed as it is (including "Resources"), during March, June, September, and December of the current calendar year.

Chief Editor

Journal of Advanced Zoology


Open Access


Journal of advanced Zoology is now providing Open Access publication of article with full text.

Vol. 45 No. 1 (2024): Continuous Publication


Published: 2023-09-20

Continuous Illumination at Increasing Light Intensities and the Effect on the Growth and Survival of Snubnose Pompano Trachinotus Blochii in the Early Stage

Marlon S. Alejos, Fiona L. Pedroso , Valeriano L. Corre, Maximino R. Abejo III , Martha Joyce G. Garciano , Oliver D. Tito


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