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Aquatic Life Science aims to provide a platform for researchers, academics, and professionals to publish original research, reviews, and perspectives on all aspects of aquatic life. The journal seeks to promote interdisciplinary research that addresses aquatic organisms' chemical, biological, ecological, physiological, and behavioral aspects and their interactions with the environment and other species.
The Aqlis scope is related to these following topics but are not limited to:
• Aquatic biotechnology: research on the development and application of biotechnological approaches to marine and freshwater organisms, including the production of novel biomolecules, genetic engineering, and bioprospecting.
• Natural products from aquatic bioresources: studies on the identification and characterization of natural compounds with potential pharmaceutical, industrial, or agricultural applications, sourced from marine and freshwater organisms.
• Aquatic environment: research on the impacts of environmental stressors on aquatic ecosystems, including climate change, pollution, and habitat degradation, as well as the development of strategies for conservation and management.
• Aquaculture: studies on the cultivation and breeding of aquatic organisms for food, ornamental purposes, and other applications, including the development of sustainable aquaculture practices.
• Biotechnology in seafood: studies on biotechnological tools and methods to improve the quality, safety, and sustainability of seafood production, including genetic engineering, bioprocessing, microbial ecology, food science, and food safety.
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After submission of a manuscript, one of the editorial members will examine the quality of the manuscript. If the manuscript falls within the journal scope and showed high quality content, the editor will assign a minimum of two reviewers for the manuscript. After peer-review, the editor will make a decision based on the reviewer comments and recommendation. The decision made by the editor will be final. The journal follows a double-blind peer-review wherein the information of reviewers and authors are blinded from each other during the entire peer-review process. Please take a look at the Manuscript Lifecycle for detailed information.
All papers published in the journal are freely accessible immediately after publication. The papers are freely available to read, shared, and reproduced in any form with proper citation to the original work. Open access is a property of individual works and community standards that will enforce proper attribution and responsible use of the published work.
Publishing a paper in the journal is free. The journal do not take submission fees, editorial processing charges, article processing charges, page charges, or color charges.
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