World Journal of Environmental Biosciences

World Journal of Environmental Biosciences

ISSN: 2277-8047


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, brings articles in all areas related to Environmental science and applied Biology on quarterly basis. this journal welcomes the submission of manuscripts that fit the general criteria of significance and scientific Supremacy.
Aim and Scope

World Journal of Environmental Biosciences 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

World Journal of Environmental Biosciences 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

2024 Volume 13 Issue 1
Turmeric, Black Pepper, and Lemon Hot Infusion for Joint and Musculoskeletal Pain: A Case Report
Ayuk Patricia, Bisrat Hailemeskel
Arthritis, affecting over 58.5 million adults in the U.S., is characterized by joint inflammation, leading to pain and reduced mobility. While common treatments like NSAIDs and DMARDs help, they often have serious side effects and don't halt disease progression. Herbal remedies like turmeric and ginger offer promising alternatives with fewer side effects, supporting their increasing use in managing arthritis symptoms effectively. Further research is needed to integrate these treatments into
2024 Volume 13 Issue 1
Phosphate-Solubilizing Bacterial Endophytes Isolated from Cherry Tomato Lycopersicon Esculentum Leaves
Azhar Abduallah Najjar
Excessive utilization of chemical fertilizers can disrupt soil fertility, with specific concern regarding the contamination of soil by phosphate fertilizers. This contamination poses risks to the environment, affecting soil, air, and water quality. Countries relying heavily on chemical fertilizers in their agricultural practices are particularly susceptible to this escalating environmental issue. However, the introduction of natural products derived from endophytic microbes offers a novel approa
2024 Volume 13 Issue 1
Gender Role and Effects on Climate Change Adaptation Practices Among Vegetable Farmers in Delta Central Zone
Sarah Enwa, O D Ogisi, Peace O. Ewuzie
In this study, we examined the gender role and the effects of climate change adaptation practices on small-scale vegetable farmers in Delta State.  Specific objectives were to; estimate the determinants of climate change adaptation strategy; (ii) examine the resilience level of vegetable farmers by gender and analyze the impact of climate change on net farm income of vegetable farmers. A purposive sampling procedure was adopted where Ethiope East, Okpe, and Uvwie local government areas were
2024 Volume 13 Issue 1
Evaluation of in vivo Encapsulated Biopolymers of Moringa Leaves (Moringa oleifera) in Ruminal Overrun
José Alfonso López-García, Mariana Madrigal-López, María Guadalupe De Gyves-Cordova, Víctor Albores-Flores, Julieta Grajales-Conesa
An experiment was conducted to evaluate encapsulating biopolymers that allowed the ruminal overrun of Moringa (Moringa oleífera) with high protein value for which the following treatments were designed in two test phases: alginate (2.0, 2.5, 3.0%) and alginate (2.0, 2.5, 3.0%) + Chitosan (0.75%) as the capturing matrix of the foliar material, under in vitro conditions and with a nested factorial design. In the next phase, those matrices that maintained greater integrity in the first phase
2024 Volume 13 Issue 1
Effects of Preservative Solutions on Shelf Life and Quality of Cut Gypsophila Flowers, Ethiopia
Lidet Tilahun, Abaynew Jemal Jenber, Asfaw Degu, Tsehay Azeref wondmeneh, Tadele Yeshiwas Tizazu
Extending the vase life of cut flowers is one of the serious problems in the floriculture industry in the study area. To this end, different types of preservatives have been used to prolong the shelf life of cut flowers. Therefore, the present experiment was initiated to identify an appropriate pulsing preservative to prolong the vase life of gypsophila at TAL Flower Farms PLC, Bahir Dar Zuria District, Ethiopia. The design was completely random and was replicated three times. The treatments wer
2024 Volume 13 Issue 1
Studying the Effectiveness of Biochar Suspension in Improving the Physicochemical Characteristics of Soil Sensitive to Erosion
Lezhang Wei, Fangqing Li, Dafeng Cai, Yu Liu, Dinggui Luo, Ya Wen
Due to the modifying properties of biochar, in recent years, the use of this substance has been considered with the aim of reducing soil erosion. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of biochar injection in the form of suspension on the chemical and physical characteristics of two types of soil sensitive to erosion. For this purpose, first, two types of biochar were produced and characterized, and then it was added to two types of soil prone to erosion in two levels in the fo

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2023 Volume 12 Issue 3
Studying the Effectiveness of Phytoremediation in the Purification of Soils Contaminated with Heavy Metals
Wiktor Zakrzewski, Justyna Mencel, Agnieszka Mocek-Płóciniak, Szymon Roszkowski
Waste chemicals cause soil pollution and increase concerns about the environment. Among these waste materials, heavy metals have significant physiological effects on living organisms due to their indestructibility. Due to the lack of decomposition of heavy metals in the environment, there is a need to remove them from the environment. Considering the very high costs of physical and chemical methods, efforts are being made to introduce and use cheaper methods. In this study, an attempt has been m
2023 Volume 12 Issue 4
Investigating the Effects of Marine Dinoflagellate Biotoxins on the Environment and Humans
Pierina Visciano, Maria Schirone, Miriam Berti, Anna Milandri, Rosanna Tofalo, Giovanna Suzzi
Due to the creation of biotoxins, marine benthic dinoflagellates have caused many concerns in the ecological, economic, and health sectors. The occurrence of marine toxic microalgae blooms has increased and has caused prevalent poisoning in humans. Many dinoflagellates are benthic and epiphytic, in the sense that they usually live on the bottom of coastal areas or coral reefs and macroalgae, and during widespread blooms, because of their proximity to the coast, they can cause widespread health a
2023 Volume 12 Issue 4
Managing Major Foodborne Mycotoxins: A Therapeutic Approach for Safety and Health
Azhar Abdullah Najjar
Fungal mycotoxins from genera Aspergillus, Fusarium, and Penicillium contaminate feedstuff and food to induce serious health issues in humans and animals known as mycotoxicosis. Aspergillus, Penicillium, Alternaria, and Fusarium mycotoxins pose a serious threat to food quality and safety. Aflatoxins, zearalenone, ochratoxins, patulin, fumonisins, trichothecenes, deoxynivalenol have been documented to exert nephrotoxicity, immunotoxicity, hepatotoxicity, carcinogenicity, teratogenicity, and neuro
2023 Volume 12 Issue 4
Production and Cost of Chir-Pine Resin Tapping by Bore-Hole Method in Narendranagar Forest Division
Dharm Singh Meena, Akash Akash
Oleoresin is a non-timber forest product of Pine around the world. Oleoresin is an abundant source of terpenes which generally has two major fractions namely turpentine and rosin. Turpentine is a volatile fraction whereas rosin is a solid fraction. Terpenes have great potential and conventional uses. The borehole method involves the drilling of holes in the stem of Pinus, spraying the chemical stimulants like sulphuric acid, nitric acid, and ethephon, and installation of an apparatus on which ol
2023 Volume 12 Issue 4
Machine Learning Approaches for Prediction of Daily River Flow
Naser Shiri, Sepideh Karimi, Jalal Shiri
River flow is an important parameter in hydrology, irrigation scheduling, groundwater pollution studies, and hydropower analysis. It depends on various climate and hydrologic factors, e.g. precipitation, temperature, river basin physiography, geological characteristics of the basin, etc. Although several factors may affect river flow quantity and quality during a certain period, it is difficult to account for all those variables in simulating/predicting river flow values due to the complex relat
2023 Volume 12 Issue 3
Quality Assessment of Wastewater: Physicochemical and Bacteriological Evidence from Dutse Abattoir, North-West Nigeria
Garba Barde Bate, Adeniyi Olarewaju Adeleye, Emmanuel Madu Ijanu, Esther Oluwafunmilola Olalere, Afeez Oladeji Amoo, Catherine Iyabo Asaju, Peter Gimba Shiaka, Mohammed Bello Yerima
This study assessed the quality of Dutse abattoir wastewater being discharged into the environment. Grab sampling method was used to collect twelve (12) wastewater samples over four (4) weeks. Temperature, pH, turbidity, electrical conductivity (EC), nitrates, sulfate, phosphate, dissolved oxygen (DO), chemical oxygen demand (COD), biochemical oxygen demand (BOD), and total heterotrophic bacterial count (THBC) were analyzed using standardized methods. Results obtained show that the overall mean

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2024 Volume 13 Issue 1

Studying the Effectiveness of Biochar Suspension in Improving the Physicochemical Characteristics of Soil Sensitive to Erosion
Lezhang Wei, Fangqing Li, Dafeng Cai, Yu Liu, Dinggui Luo, Ya Wen
Effects of Preservative Solutions on Shelf Life and Quality of Cut Gypsophila Flowers, Ethiopia
Lidet Tilahun, Abaynew Jemal Jenber, Asfaw Degu, Tsehay Azeref wondmeneh, Tadele Yeshiwas Tizazu
Evaluation of in vivo Encapsulated Biopolymers of Moringa Leaves (Moringa oleifera) in Ruminal Overrun
José Alfonso López-García, Mariana Madrigal-López, María Guadalupe De Gyves-Cordova, Víctor Albores-Flores, Julieta Grajales-Conesa
Gender Role and Effects on Climate Change Adaptation Practices Among Vegetable Farmers in Delta Central Zone
Sarah Enwa, O D Ogisi, Peace O. Ewuzie
Phosphate-Solubilizing Bacterial Endophytes Isolated from Cherry Tomato Lycopersicon Esculentum Leaves
Azhar Abduallah Najjar
Turmeric, Black Pepper, and Lemon Hot Infusion for Joint and Musculoskeletal Pain: A Case Report
Ayuk Patricia, Bisrat Hailemeskel

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