Biological Reports is a peer–reviewed, Open Access Journal that publishes original research, review articles and short communications in all areas of Biological Sciences including Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Chemical Biology, Biostatistics, Molecular Biology, Plant Science, Microbiology, Genetics, Zoology among others. 

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Investigation of Pb and Cd Concentrations in Root, Stem and Leaves of Azadirachtaindica and Phyllanthusniruri plants from Somepolluted Sites within Makurdi Metropolis, Benue State.
Kever Donald Gba-Aondu, Ntuk Justus Emmanuel, Dibal Hauwa Ishaku and Azer Peter Aga
Prevalence of Pulmonary Tuberculosis among HIV/AIDS Patients attending General Hospital Okpoga North Central Nigeria
AdaTersoo Raymond, Iyanda Francis Adams and Ali Eric Ahangba
Assessment of Bacteria Present in Semen of Patients attending Hospitals in Makurdi
Ada Tersoo Raymond, Anefu Daniel Oche and Ali Eric Ahangba
Antimicrobial Activities of Pineapple Peel (Ananas comosus) Extract on Selected Microbes
Okoh Martina Enyanwu, Obadiah Happiness Igwe and Aiyamenkhue Jessica
Survey of Haemoprotozan Parasites Infection in Red Sokoto Goats in Makurdi Metropolis, Nigeria
Obadiah Happiness Igwe, Entonu Friday Ajilima and Onah Isegbe Emmanuel
Haemoparasitic Infection in Red Sokoto Goats in Makurdi,North Central Nigeria
Obadiah Happiness Igwe, Okoh Martina Enyanwu and Kaha Shiaondo Isaac
Effect of Aloe Vera Gel Concentration on the Post Harvest Shelf Life of Tomato Fruits in Makurdi Metropolis
Ada Raymond Tersoo, Apeelu Samuel Terungwa and Okwoli Samuel Okwoli
Phytochemical Analysis of Lawsonia Inemis for Medicinal and Therapeutic Estimations
Adoga Patience, Ugo Dorris Dooshima and Achubu Mbafan
Antifungal effect of extracts of plant leaves on postharvest decay and quality of tomato fruits during storage
Liamngee, K., Zakki, Y. H., Manguts, Y., Ochida, C.O. Iyaji A.A.
Handling Practices of Fresh Tomatoes in Benue State and How they Contribute to Post Harvest Losses
Atsor Christopher Terna and Manguts Yabans Sundung

Editorial Board

  1. Jennie Ma, University of Virginia, USA
  2. Marcel Tanner, University of Basel, Switzerland
  3. Annika Hausmann, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich, Switzerland
  4. Patricia Hessab Alvarenge, Johns Hopkins University, USA
  5. Iyomo Kayode Willams, Ahmadu Bello University,
  6. Dinora Morvinski, Tel Aviv University, Israel
  7. Chris Kerth, Texas A&M University, USA
  8. Liamngee Kator, Benue State University, Nigeria