an international journal
Biologia is an international journal covering various aspects of botany, zoology and cellular and molecular biology. Since 1946 the journal serves to publish the newest results from research in life sciences. It provides to the authors a credible and efficient peer-review and is in a front to theirs expectations of high scientific standards. From over twenty years Biologia is indexed by Abstracting and Indexing Services and evaluated by receiving a first IF in 1994.
Accordingly to the three subjects sections (botany, zoology and cellular and molecular biology) the papers are publish bimonthly. Each section has its own Editorial Board and Editorial Office. Now the efforts of all teams are increased and unified because the journal is starting in the co-publishing program with Versita and Springer. By this step in the development Biologia introduces into electronic publishing. For the authors it benefits in a faster and broader visibility of their results.
From 2007 every issue of Biologia will contain the papers from the fields of microbial, plant and animal sciences. More details is given in the Aims and Scope. The journal welcomes articles from all countries over the world.
Aims and scope
Biologia publishes high-quality research papers in the fields of microbial, plant and animal sciences. The papers on microbial sciences cover all aspects of Bacteria, Archaea and microbial Eucarya including biochemistry, cellular and molecular biology, genomics, proteomics and bioinformatics. The papers on plant sciences cover fundamental research in taxonomy, geobotany, genetics and all fields of experimental botany including cellular, whole-plant and community physiology. The papers on zoology cover mostly animal systematics and taxonomy, morphology, ecology and physiology from cellular to molecular level.
Every Issue of Biologia will contain the papers from all the above-mentioned fields of biology. Full-paper contributions should present original experimental, methodological or theoretical research. Review articles are preferably by invitation but unsolicited reviews are equally welcome. Journal also publishes short and preliminary communications of outstanding scientific importance.
The official web-site of Biologia is at SpringerLink: http://www.springer.com/11756.
This is the unofficial web-site common for all the three sections, actual 2004. For older Issues, please click here.