Volume 68, Apr 2018
Journal is published and owned by SciPress Ltd since 2015 year
International Letters of Natural Sciences (ILNS) is a multidisciplinary open-access peer-reviewed scholarly journal. The journal is dedicated to publishing high-quality theoretical and practical original research papers as well as in-depth review articles in various fields of natural sciences including agronomy, zoology, botany, biodiversity, forestry, microbiology, molecular biology, hydrobiology and marine biology. In addition, journal publishes timely and thought-provoking articles on current ecological and environmental problems and challenges facing the planet. ILNS is indexed in Emerging Sources Citation Index (Web of Science).
The primary aim of the journal is to offer a platform for researchers, practitioners, and academics throughout the world to present and discuss their new findings either theoretical or empirical across many disciplines and fields of biological and Earth sciences. The journal strives to become a trusted and reliable source of scientific knowledge and information in the areas of life sciences. The journal is committed to promoting innovative research that offers significant contributions to scientific dialogue and expands the frontiers of knowledge.
• Agronomy and related fields;
• Ecosystems and Biodiversity science;
• Ecology and Environmental science;
• Agricultural and Environmental microbiology;
• Molecular biology;
• Hydrobiology and Marine biology.
Type of Materials Published: Original research papers, Review articles, Mini-reviews
Review Policy: All submitted papers undergo single-blind peer review.
Payment Policy: The Submission Fee of 20 USD is charged during the submission of a paper. If the paper is accepted for publication, the Publication Fee of 180 USD is charged. There are no hidden article processing charges.
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