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Journal of Primatology

Open Access
ISSN: 2167-6801
  |  English

About the Journal

Bruce Editor-in-Chief
Bruce M. Rothschild University of Kansas
The Journal of Primatology is an academic journal providing an opportunity to researchers and scientist to explore the advanced and latest research developments in the field of Primatology. The Journal of Primatology is of highest standards in terms of quality and concentrates on the scientific study of primates. This Journals deals with both living and extinct primates to understand aspects of their evolution and behavior. Primatology has many different sub-disciplines focussing on the anatomy, anthropology, physiology, psychology and genetics of the primates. The Journal of Primatology gives an opportunity for researchers to explore this field, providing the reader with a mix of review and methodology chapters which address the fundamentals of analysis methods, algorithms, data standards and databases. Journal of Primatology is a scholarly Open Access journal and aims to publish the most complete and reliable source of information on the advanced and very latest research topics.
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The Journal is using the Editorial Tracking System for quality in the peer-review process. OMICS Group is using Online Review and Editorial Tracking Systems for quality review process. Editorial Tracking System is an online submission and review system, where authors can submit manuscripts and track their progress.
Reviewers can download manuscripts and submit their opinions. Editors can manage the whole submission, review, revise & publish process through the editorial tracking system. Publishers can see what manuscripts are in the pipeline awaiting publication. A 21 days rapid review process with international peer-review standards and with quality reviewers. E-mail is sent automatically to concerned persons when significant events occur. After publishing articles are freely available through online without any restrictions or any other subscriptions to researchers worldwide.
Open Access Publishing should be seen as a means of accelerating scientific discovery by providing free and unrestricted access of scientific knowledge via the Internet. An essential role of Open Access is the long-term preservation of peer-reviewed scholarly journal articles and research data. Open Access is not only used for journal articles but is also being implemented to theses, scholarly monographs, and book chapters. Promotion of Open Access is very crucial to encourage innovation, socio-economic development, and flow of knowledge around the world. As such, Open Access can be defined as an instrument ultimately used for public welfare to stimulate the growth of global science, as well as maintain the quality of scientific achievements at the same time.

Realizing the potential of Open Access in terms of greater visibility within and beyond the scientific community, in recent years, there has been a tremendous boost to Open Access movement through various Open Access publishers. OMICS Group International is one such publishing group that believes in this movement and is most ardently working towards the welfare and progress of scientific community. It is built upon the principles of Open Access and is determined to provide free and unrestricted access of research articles to scientists around the world for the advancement of science and technology.

Submit manuscript at http://omicsgroup.info/editorialtracking/primatology/SubmitManuscript.php or send as an e-mail attachment to the Editorial Office at editor.jpmt@omicsonline.net



Recently published articles

Disseminated Coccidioidomycosis in a Cynomolgus Monkey (Macaca fascicularis)
Mense MG, Batey KL, Estep S, Armstrong K, Fleurie G and Suttie AW
Normal Blood Parameters, Common Diseases and Parasites Affecting Captive Non-human Primates
Françoise J McPherson
Low Respiratory Quotients in chow-fed Male Bonnet Macaque Monkeys as a potential indicator of Metabolic Stress due to single cage housing
Russell Rising and Jack Lin
Collaboration in Evaluation and Management of Primates
Bruce Rothschild
HVR1-Derived Numts and the Reliability of Phylogenetic Studies in Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)
Ely JJ, Satpathy , Laufer CS, Pachiappan M
Research in Habitat Fragmentation: Are We Moving in the Right Direction?
Ram MS and Govindhaswamy Umapathy
Primatology Evolving: A Personal Perspective
Joseph M. Erwin
Sexual Dimorphism in Primates
FJ McPherson
Letting People Speak: The Importance of Locals’ Attitudes for Effective Conservation Programmes
Susana Costa
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