World Journal of Environmental Biosciences

World Journal of Environmental Biosciences

World Journal of Environmental Biosciences

ISSN: 2277-8047
Open Access


WJEB is a public health journal serving the public health community and scientists working on matters of public health interest and importance, involving the environment.

About Us
Instructions for Authors

World Journal of Environmental Biosciences (WJEB), brings articles in all areas related to Environmental science and applied Biology on quarterly basis. WJEB welcomes the submission of manuscripts that fit the general criteria of significance and scientific Supremacy.
Aim and Scope

WJEB is a scientific journal which provides an opportunity to share the information among the medical scientists, biologist and researchers.
Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
Plagiarism Policy

WJEB will check plagiarism for all the articles before prior publication. If the plagiarism content is observed by editors, peer reviewers or by editorial staff members at any stage of publication process at the time of editing or proof reading will be communicate to author to rewrite the manuscript.

Recent Articles

2021 Volume 10 Issue 2
Isolation and Molecular Identification of Fungi Producing of L-asparaginase Isolated from Makkah Region Soil
Afra Mohammed Baghdadi, Amal Khalid Balobaid
The production and extraction of enzyme L-aspiraginase produced by some fungus isolates obtained from different soil samples collected from Makkah region, in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. There were 20 fungal isolates that were recovered from plant rhizosphere in the south and north of Jeddah city, out of which 8 isolates were able to produce L-asparaginase enzyme in high amounts. The higher producers fungal isolates were identified by using DNA sequencing of ITS-1 and ITS-4 primers and deposited in
2021 Volume 10 Issue 2
Hematological and Oxidative Stress Markers Analysis for Detection and Prediction of Osteoporosis in Post-menopausal Women
Derouiche Samir, Haddig Nour El-houda, Zerzour Aicha
The main purpose of this work was to analyze some biological and oxidative stress markers to predict and diagnose osteoporosis in postmenopausal women. For the experiment, we have chosen 20 healthy menopausal women as control and 20 menopausal women who had osteoporosis. Some biochemical, hematological, and oxidative stress parameters were measured. The sensitivity and specificity of oxidative stress biomarkers in serum, erythrocytes, and leucocytes were estimated using Receiver Operating Charac
2021 Volume 10 Issue 2
Tribulus and Ashwagandha Diets to Combat Infertility of Cadmium Chloride Injected Male Albino Rats
Amal Mohammed Allbban
This investigation was carried out to estimate the influence of Puncture vine, ashwagandha, and a mixture of both on male infertile rats. The biological experiment was designed to divide the rats into five groups. Group (1): Healthy rats (6 rats) were considered as control negative. Rats (24 rats) were treated with Cadmium Chloride to induce male infertility and they are reclassified into the groups, each group with six rats and received a basal diet. Group (2): Control positive. Group (3): rece
2021 Volume 10 Issue 2
Condensed Tannins: Its Various Perspectives as a Vital Bio-Metabolite
Rashmi Saxena Pal, Yogendra Pal, Pranay Wal, Ankita Wal, Nikita Saraswat
Tannins are maximally available phytoconstituents in the plant kingdom, where they function as a protective and regulate plant growth. Different types of condensed tannins carry a huge potential as pharmaceutical agents as well as pharmaceutical aid. The tannins are important and efficacious chemicals for tanning, absorption of minerals, and precipitation of proteins. These are also used for the production of ink and adhesives. Presently, tannins are being considered as important nutritives. The
2021 Volume 10 Issue 2
COVID-19 Forced Lockdown: Nature’s Strategy to Rejuvenate Itself
Koushik Sen, Tanmay Sanyal, Susanta Roy Karmakar
Coronavirus diseases-2019 (COVID-19) pandemic emerged in late 2019 and many countries initially adopted partial or complete lockdown measures to restrict the transmission of the disease, as effective drugs or vaccines were unavailable till then. Imposing lockdown drastically reduced anthropogenic and commercial activity. All types of large and small industries and markets were closed; all sorts of public and commercial transportation, except for the essential ones, along with railways and flight
2021 Volume 10 Issue 2
Perception of Visitors on Ecotourism Environmental impact : A Study of Munnar, Kerala, India
Chindu Chandran, Prodyut Bhattacharya
Ecotourism offers a sustainable solution in developing tourism in India. However, with growing interest in ecotourism , tourism managers are facing the issue of managing tourists demands while at the same time mitigating the impact on the destination's environment. Visitor management is considered vital for the sustainable development of a destination where visitor effect and perception studies are critical for future management regimes. The research aim was to investigate the perception of

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2021 Volume 10 Issue 1
Recycling Flower and Kitchen Waste to Make Biodegradable Paper
Tanaya Rahul Sheth, Apurva Ashok Gokhe, Pranav Nanda Kumar, Kanchan Shridhar Chitnis
Paper is one of the most used stationery commodities in the world. To reduce the dependency on timber and forest wood to make paper, there is an urgent need to look for alternative sources. This study aimed to generate biodegradable paper from floral waste. This would help save the environment from deforestation and improper management of garland waste. Dried flowers, boiled potato peels, newspaper shreds, and boiled corn husks were used in the ratio 5:3:2:1, pulp was formed in the grinder. Resi
2021 Volume 10 Issue 1
Antimicrobial and Antioxidant potentials of Carotenoid Pigment Produced by Indigenous Novel Soil Isolate Rhodococcus kroppenstedtii
Chaudhari Varsha Madhukar
The present research study evaluated the antioxidant and antimicrobial potentials of intense red carotenoid pigment produced by novel soil isolate.  A novel isolate from the rhizospheric soil of the soya-bean field was found to produce prominent red carotenoid pigment. Based on  phenotype, biochemical and molecular features (16S rRNA sequencing), the isolate was identified as Rhodococcus kroppenstedtii.  Maximum intense red pigment production appeared in yeast extract ma
2021 Volume 10 Issue 1
The Twins-Hit Hypothesis of Atopic Dermatitis and Autoimmune Diseases
Mohammed Alraddadi, Khalid Alhazmi
Atopic dermatitis is a common disease that affects all age groups. The disease is on the rise worldwide. There is an increasing concern regarding its association with autoimmune diseases. Literature regarding this important issue lacks. This meta-analysis aimed to assess the association of AD with autoimmune disorders. An electronic literature search was conducted in the PubMed, Cochrane Library, in addition to the first 100 articles in Google Scholar during the period from 2010 up to January 20
2021 Volume 10 Issue 1
Appendectomy and Parkinson's Disease Risk: A Meta-Analysis
Khalid Alhazmi, Salah Alghamdi
The emergence of alternative methods of treating appendicitis and the fact that the gut lymphoid tissue is active (in terms of immune modulation and gut microbiota replenishment) increased the concern about the association of appendectomy with systemic diseases. The literature on the association between appendectomy and Parkinson's disease (PD) lacks the current meta-analysis aimed to assess the association between appendectomy and PD. We systematically searched PubMed, Cochrane Library, and
2021 Volume 10 Issue 1
Appendectomy Impact on Inflammatory Bowel Diseases: A Meta-Analysis
Salah Alghamdi, Khalid Alhazmi
The observed higher rate of appendectomy despite the success of the conservative (non-surgical) approach might be due to the lack of awareness. The cecal appendix is not merely rudimentary because of its role on the gut microbiota and the host immune system. This meta-analysis aimed to assess the association of appendectomy at baseline with inflammatory bowel diseases. The PubMed, Cochrane library, and Google Scholar databases were systematically searched for relevant articles. The keywords used
2021 Volume 10 Issue 1
Toxic Algae and Effects of Algal Poisoning in Animals and Human Beings
Rakesh Kumar
Algae include primitive thalloid plants having enormous uses. Despite of many beneficial activities, some algae cause sickness or death to the living organisms, called 'toxic algae'. Not only fresh water algae are toxic but marine algae are also toxic. A species may have different strains, some of which may be toxic and other non-toxic. Toxic algae affect different body parts of an organism. Algal blooms which generally appear in green, blue or brownish colour in warm seasons for longer

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2015 Volume 4


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2021 Volume 10 Issue 2

Perception of Visitors on Ecotourism Environmental impact : A Study of Munnar, Kerala, India
Chindu Chandran, Prodyut Bhattacharya
COVID-19 Forced Lockdown: Nature’s Strategy to Rejuvenate Itself
Koushik Sen, Tanmay Sanyal, Susanta Roy Karmakar
Condensed Tannins: Its Various Perspectives as a Vital Bio-Metabolite
Rashmi Saxena Pal, Yogendra Pal, Pranay Wal, Ankita Wal, Nikita Saraswat
Tribulus and Ashwagandha Diets to Combat Infertility of Cadmium Chloride Injected Male Albino Rats
Amal Mohammed Allbban
Hematological and Oxidative Stress Markers Analysis for Detection and Prediction of Osteoporosis in Post-menopausal Women
Derouiche Samir, Haddig Nour El-houda, Zerzour Aicha
Isolation and Molecular Identification of Fungi Producing of L-asparaginase Isolated from Makkah Region Soil
Afra Mohammed Baghdadi, Amal Khalid Balobaid

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WORLD JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL BIOSCIENCES

WJEB is designed to publish the most rousing and novel researches with respect to the subjects of Environmental Biology and to impart, a rapid turn-around time possible for reviewing and publishing, and to disperse the articles freely for research, teaching and reference purposes.  The journal concentrates on scientists and practitioners in all areas of environmental science where human health, fortune and well-being are involved, either directly or indirectly.

WJEB is a public health journal serving the public health community and scientists working on matters of public health interest and importance, involving the environment.  WJEB provides a worldwide coverage for published articles in the journal with its Open Access Policy. And also the journal furnishes an assurance of peer review process for the submitted manuscripts for quality of publishing. All works published by WJEB is under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License. This permits anyone to copy, distribute, transmit and adapt the work provided the original work and source is properly cited. Thus authors are fostered to submit their manuscripts from all over the globe.

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