The Journal of Primates (JP) is an open access journal that is designed to serve as a forum for the dissemination of knowledge regarding the field of primatology. We are able to make our content available to any and all readers interested in the study of primate species and their ecosystems. As such, we strive to provide cutting-edge research and promote cross-disciplinary collaborations between the various branches of primatology.
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Journal of Primates is a comprehensive, peer-reviewed journal that helps disseminate original research work, having a unique aspect of covering many areas which contributes to providing an awareness of research studies of scientists around the globe.
The Journal of Primates is a distinguished scholarly publication that serves as a pivotal platform for advancing research and knowledge in the field of primatology. As a leading source for high-quality scientific contributions, the journal is committed to addressing a broad spectrum of topics related to primates, their behavior, biology, ecology, evolution, and conservation.
The Journal of Primates employs a rigorous peer-review process to ensure the quality and validity of published research. Your manuscript will undergo thorough evaluation by experts in the field, providing constructive feedback to enhance the clarity and impact of your work.
We welcome a diverse range of contributions, including studies on Primate Biology, Primate Behavior and Ecology, Primate Anatomy and Physiology, Conservation and Biodiversity and related fields. Our journal provides a comprehensive platform for research that enhances our understanding of primates.
The editorial board of a scientific journal, such as the "Journal of Primates," is a group of distinguished experts and scholars in the field of primatology. These individuals play a crucial role in guiding the editorial direction, maintaining the journal's standards, and contributing to the overall quality of published content.
The archives typically cover a wide range of topics within the field of primatology. This includes original research articles, review papers, clinical studies, and case reports, providing a comprehensive overview of advancements in understanding primates.