Journal of Entomological Research
ISSN: 0378-9519
Volume 35; 4 issues
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Status Report: Last issue (volume 34:3) published September 2010
Next issue (volume 34:4) scheduled for March 2011

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Editor-in-Chief
Dr. Prem Kishore
New Delhi
India

Editorial Board
Egypt
M. El-Naggar


France
P. Anglade


Hungary
L. Szalay-Marzson


India
G.S. Dhaliwal

H.C.L. Gupta

L.K. Hazarika

S. Jayaraj

S. Jha

K.A. Kulkarni

A. Kumar

S.A. Nimbalkar

N. Panda

M.D. Pathak

D. Raj

D. Rajagopal

T.P. Rajendran

S.V.S. Rana

S.V. Sarodi

B. Senapati

Ramashrit Singh

Ram Singh

A.K. Somchoudhury

R.P. Srivastava

G.G. Subbaratnam

S. Uthamasamy


New Zealand
P. Singh


Saudi Arabia
D. Singh


USA
H.C. Chiang


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Aims and Scope 
The Journal of Entomological Research is an international quarterly journal covering the latest development in entomology. Distinguished entomologists drawn from different parts of the world serve as honorary members of the Editorial Board. The journal encompasses all the varied aspects of entomological research. This has become the need felt in scientific research due to the emphasis on intra-, inter-, and multi-disciplinary approach. Broadly, the journal covers research work on insect morphology, systematics, physiology, biochemistry, genetics, ecology, behavior, toxicology, economic thresholds and pest management, pesticide formulation, neem and botanical insecticides, synergism, plant introduction and quarantine, legal control; environmental entomology and pollution, global warming and pest outbreaks, changing pest scenarios, insect pathology, social insects, apiculture, silkworm, biological control and application of biotechnology in entomology. Also, the research findings of topical interests in the field of forest entomology, medical entomology and veterinary entomology appear in the journal.

The journal provides an integrated forum for the presentation of original research articles in its entirety. It is indispensable for students, scientists and professionals at every stage of the educational and training system, especially those involved in research, planning and the development of new programs at the national and international levels.

While accepting publications from India or abroad, emphasis is on authors of repute who have distinguished themselves in the area of their specialization.
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