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.

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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

2022 Volume 11 Issue 3
Influence of Climate Change & Environmental Toxicants on Epigenetic Modifications
Souvik Roy, Ishani Laha, Dhrisaj Ray, Lopamudra Choudhury
The ever-increasing predicament of climate change results in major alterations in the immediate environment of different organisms at an unprecedented global scale. Thus, organisms find themselves trapped in an environment that alters at a rate much higher than their genotypes can adapt, owing to their relaxed rates of mutation. This is exactly where epigenetic modifications come in handy, as they help the organism cope with drastic changes in environmental conditions mediated by climate change.
2022 Volume 11 Issue 3
Effect of Forest-Incubated Composts on Crude-oil Soils for Zea mays, L. Cultivation in Delta State, Nigeria
Anselm Enwelem Egwunatum, Emmanuel Uyovbisere, Leticia Chisom Umeh
This study examined the potential of forests to provide essential composting edaphic conditions that enhance the microbial density and public health for degradation of crude-oil contaminated soil. Legume (L), woodshaving/poultry dropping (WD), cow dung (CD), legume + woodshaving/ poultry dropping (LWD), legume + cow dung (LCD), woodshaving poultry dropping + cow dung (WCD), and legume + gut of ruminant animals (LGA) were incubated at 3, 6 and 8weeks periods in Forest Reserve to produce compost t
2022 Volume 11 Issue 3
Biodiversity of Avifauna in Chilkigarh, Jhargram, West Bengal, India
Sanjib Kumar Das, Sourav Karan, Koushik Sen
Chilkigarh is a rural and tribal area in the jangal-mahal belt of West Bengal situated at the bank of Dulung river in Jamboni block, district Jhargram, 14 km away from the main town of Jhargram. The present study deals with the documentation of avifaunal diversity in this region. The study was carried out from December 2021 to July 2022. The study area includes Chilkigarh Raj Palace, Dulung river bank, Chilkigarh Kanak Durga Sacred Grove, Chilkigarh hospital area, Sonajhuri garden, Sal Forest, O
2022 Volume 11 Issue 3
Influence of Jeevamrutha (fermented liquid manure) on growth and yield parameters of tomato (Solanum LycopersicumL.)
Vibha Gopal, Lingaraju Honnur Gurusiddappa
Correct input use not only aids in achieving higher levels of sustainable production but also,serves to enhance the concentration of organic matter in soils. This reduces the bulk density and compaction. Organic liquid formulations such as jeevamrutha assist in the rapid development of soil fertility by increasing the activity of soil microflora and fauna. These act as both a fertilizer and a biopesticide, and they are crucial in fostering plant growth as well as providing immunity. Jeevamrutha
2022 Volume 11 Issue 2
Microbial Profile of Women with Preterm Premature Rupture of Membrane in Saudi Arabia: A Retrospective Study
Safa Yousef Almaghrabi, Khulood Sami Hussein
This work aimed to establish the incidence of Preterm premature rupture of membrane (PPROM) and to identify the microbial organisms colonizing pregnant women with PPROM in the Western Province of Saudi Arabia. This retrospective study included all Saudi pregnant women diagnosed with PPROM who delivered at ≥27 weeks at King Abdulaziz University Hospital (KAUH), Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, from January 2016 to December 2020. To detect routine microbial pathogens, cultures were analyzed from maternal
2022 Volume 11 Issue 2
Sierra Leone Rainfall and Drought Dynamics from 1990-2020: A Holistic Perspective
Moses Fayiah, Roberto Xavier Supe Tulcan, Rebeeca Bockarie, Salimatu Saccoh, Sanjay Singh, Muloma Seibatu Fayiah
The erratic weather pattern in recent years pose a great threat to human survival and livelihood in Sierra Leone. The rationale for this study was to determine rainfall variability and drought frequency occurrence in Sierra Leone from 1990-2020. The daily precipitation data were accumulated to obtain the monthly and annual precipitation extending over 30 years × 12 months × 2383 cell grids. Three metrics were used to determine drought and rainfall changes; Standard Precipitation Inde

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2022 Volume 11 Issue 2
Influence of Age, Parity, and Fetuses’ Number on Blood Parameters in RembiEwes during Late Pregnancy in Semi-Arid zone, Algeria
Souad Aiche, Fadhéla Smail, Mira Chikhaoui, Si Ameur Abdelhadi
Several nutritional problems can be observed in ewes with advanced pregnancy when energy demands related to fetal development increase, then can hurt ewes and their lambs during this period. The aim of our study was the assessment of hematological and some biochemical parameters changes in ewes during late pregnancy and the influence of age, parity, and fetuses number on the latter. In this study blood samples were collected from forty ewes of the Rembi breed during the end of pregnancy, housed
2022 Volume 11 Issue 2
Antimicrobial Activity and Phytochemical Analysis of Solvent Extraction of Citrus reticulata Peels
Hinduja Kunder, Lingaraju Honnur Gurusiddappa, Basavarajappa Sannappla Hanumanthappa, Shankramma Kalikeri
Oranges account for a majority of the citrus fruit and it is used widely in the juice manufacturing industry. These industries produce a large amount of waste which majorly includes orange peels. As these peels contain a wide diversity of bioactive compounds, they can be utilized in the synthesis of various value-added products which aid in reducing environmental pollution and also address the economic issues. This paper focuses on finding the antimicrobial activity and phytochemical analysis of
2022 Volume 11 Issue 2
Production of Potential Bio-Compost from Household and Market Waste Vegetables for the Improvement of Plant Growth
Chaudhari Varsha Madhukar
Production of crops using fertilizers plays an important role in agriculture. But the tremendous application of chemical fertilizers has a great influence on human health as well as the environment, hence nature demands the application of environment-friendly fertilizers. The main objective of the present study was to formulate the production of bio compost utilizing waste and non-edible vegetables along with spoiled fruits collected from Shahada market and household regions. The compost pr
2022 Volume 11 Issue 2
Isolation and Optimization Growth Parameters for Enhanced Bioactivity Profiles of Streptomyces Strain Isolated from Saudi Arabia
Afra Mohammed Baghdadi
The genus Streptomyces is a unique subgroup of actinomycetes bacteria that is well-known as prolific products of many bioactive secondary metabolites as well as antibiotics. Streptomyces globosus (S. globosus) is a bacterium species from the genus of  Streptomyces . Objective: This study aimed to optimize the growth conditions required for the maximum antibacterial activity of S. globosus isolated from soil samples in Saudi Arabia. The effect of dark/light, temperature, and pH on the g
2022 Volume 11 Issue 2
Impact of Silicon Seed Priming on Osmoregulants, Antioxidants, and Seedling Growth of Maize Grown under Chemo-Stress
Gokula Priya Natarajan, Sriramachandrasekharan Malayappa Venkataraman, Senthilvalavan Pitchamuthu, Manivannan Rengaraj
Seed priming with silicon is an effective approach in combating stress conditions and pave way for good growth. A pot experiment was conducted with treatment schedule viz., Silicon seed priming @ 0, 1, and 2mM through silicon metasilicates and alkalinity stress levels viz., 0,25,50 and 75 mM produced by totaling with sodium carbonate. The trial was taken up through FCRD and replicated thrice with maize var CO8. The crop was grown up to the vegetative stage. The outcome of the experiment was that
2022 Volume 11 Issue 1
Virtual Population Analysis and Recruitment Pattern of Osteobrama vigorsii (Sykes, 1839) from Nira River, Bhor Maharashtra
Nirbhay Sudhir Pimple
Environmental pressure and anthropogenic activities have a tremendous effect on the habitat of fishes. Concerning the 26 species from Western Ghats of India, lacking data in terms of the studies carried out on their reproductive biology, Osteobrama vigorsii (Sykes, 1839) is the endemic species from the Western Ghats, it is data deficient in various aspects of the reproductive biology. In the present studies, values obtained when computed in the FISAT II analysis tool disclosed the length-fr

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2022 Volume 11 Issue 3

Influence of Jeevamrutha (fermented liquid manure) on growth and yield parameters of tomato (Solanum LycopersicumL.)
Vibha Gopal, Lingaraju Honnur Gurusiddappa
Biodiversity of Avifauna in Chilkigarh, Jhargram, West Bengal, India
Sanjib Kumar Das, Sourav Karan, Koushik Sen
Effect of Forest-Incubated Composts on Crude-oil Soils for Zea mays, L. Cultivation in Delta State, Nigeria
Anselm Enwelem Egwunatum, Emmanuel Uyovbisere, Leticia Chisom Umeh
Influence of Climate Change & Environmental Toxicants on Epigenetic Modifications
Souvik Roy, Ishani Laha, Dhrisaj Ray, Lopamudra Choudhury

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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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