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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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 3
Comparison of the Immunogenicity of GTPV A27R, GTPV L1R, and SPPV A33R Recombinant Proteins
Takele Tesgera Hurisa, Guohua Chen, Huaijie Jia, Fang Yong Xiang, Xiao-Bing He, Zhi-Zhong Jing
The three poxviruses' namely lumpy skin disease, Goatpox, and Sheeppox viruses are categorized under the genera of Capripoxvirus based on their genome similarities. The disease caused by these viruses is complex and difficult to diagnose; the most important reasons for this are the visible variability in the host range, the clinical similarities, and the inability to differentiate by serological assays. By considering their antigenic and immunogenic similarities of capripoxviruses, this stud
2021 Volume 10 Issue 3
An Overview on Substance Use Disorders Management Approach
Abdulbaqi Mansour Bukhary, Abdullah Aiad Own, Afrah Mohammed Almuarfaj, Nadia Anwar Ahmed, Abdulrahman Ibrahim Abdulrahman Alwakil, Ghaydaa Abed G. Alshareef, Nabaa Hisham Alhawashim, Fares Mohammed Sindi, Sharifa Mohammed Omar Khormi, Ghadeer Abdullah Alotaibi
Substance use disorders are an arising problem across the world. There are a variety of substances abused, such as sedatives, stimulants, hallucinogens, tobacco, and alcohol. The impact of substance abuse is not confined to a specific age group, as it affects most age groups. In Saudi Arabia, 70% of substance abusers are aged 12 to 22 years old. It is quite difficult to ascertain the root of this problem as multiple environmental and personal factors feed it. We reviewed the literature for subst
2021 Volume 10 Issue 3
An Overview on the Role of MRI in Diagnosis and Management of Brain Tumors
Faizah Mohammed Alanazi, Mohammed Abdulrahman Almuhaidib, Khalid Ahmed Alshehri, Mohammed Khaldun Alelwan, Nourah Abdullah Alfarhan, Shuroq Faiz Taju, Hanan Abdullah A Almowallad, Mohammed Saleh Alammari, Abdulmohsen Mohammed Alkhalaf, Yazeed Abdulaziz Alhazzani
In brain tumors, the advanced treatment options techniques mostly depend on radiotherapy and neurosurgery, it also revolves around several factors including the type of tumor, extent, and location that are demonstrated by modern magnetic resonance imaging and positron-emission tomography scan. These modalities have high variability and lack method standardization application. The objectives of this review are to present an overview of many evidence-based published studies on neurosurgical and ra
2021 Volume 10 Issue 3
An Overview on Pheochromocytoma Diagnosis and Management Approach, Review Article
Yazeed Ali Aljabri, Faris Sami Alghamdi, Khaled Ahmed Almehmadi, Abdulrahman Abubaker Babkoor, Abdulhafiz Muhammad Bahalaq, Anwar Aziz Althaqfi, Abdullah Ghazi Alharbi, Rayan Saud Alhazmi, Ahmad Ali Almalki
Pheochromocytoma is a neuroendocrine tumor that originates from a chromaffin cell located within the adrenal medulla. It is characterized by its ability to secrete catecholamines. Most cases are aged between 30-50 years and is affecting both sexes equally. It is relatively rare with incidence ranging from 2-8 cases per million. Most cases are due to sporadic mutation, but can also occur as part of other autosomal dominant familial disorders chiefly VHL syndrome, MEN2, and NF1. We aimed to review
2021 Volume 10 Issue 3
Review on Anterior Crossbite Diagnosis and Management Approach in Paediatric Age, Literature Review
Muqbil S. Alqahtani, Nour M. Alshaks, Nourah F. M. Alshahrani, Waad M. Naghi, Waad M. Alharbi, Sana T. Mahmood, Nadia F. Alrashidi, Faisal M. Alqarni, Asrar M. Al Manie, Adel M. Aljuhni
Malocclusion is described as an abnormality of the teeth or a misalignment of the dental arches that are outside of what is considered normal. Malocclusion is the third most prevalent illness in dental care, behind dental caries and periodontal disease. It has numerous effects on the patient’s physical and mental well-being. We aimed to review the literature looking for the etiology of malocclusion, risk factors, clinical presentation, diagnosis, and management of this disease. PubMed data
2021 Volume 10 Issue 3
A Glimpse of World Water Scenario to Apprehend the Emergence of Water Laws
Ashoke Hazra
The water scenario world over is bleak. Various regions of the globe are either water-poor or water-rich. In addition, human beings pollute water resources and thus make them unavailable for use. On the other hand, our demand is growing, and the gap between demand and supply is enhancing. The solution lies inappropriate water sharing and water management measures, enhancing supply, efficient utilization and preserving our water sources from getting polluted. However, various projects involve tra

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2021 Volume 10 Issue 3
Awareness of Smoking as a Risk Factor for Bladder Cancer in Taif City
Ahmed Fahd Al Thobity, Tariq Ziyad A Alghamdi, Ahmed Mahmoud A Alqurashi, Mohammed Abdulrahman M Althobaiti, Saif Abdulaziz H Jawmin, Muhannad Fahad M Alharthi, Ziyad Ali K Alghamdi
The second most common urologic malignancy worldwide is bladder cancer. There are two main bladder cancers: the squamous cell carcinomas (SCC), where urinary schistosomiasis is an endemic disease and the transitional cell carcinomas (TCC), which is related to cigarette smoking. Rare types of bladder cancer include small cell carcinoma, primary lymphoma, carcinosarcoma, and sarcoma. The current study aims to determine the Awareness of smoking as a risk factor for bladder cancer among the populati
2021 Volume 10 Issue 3
Tropical Severe Super Cyclone Amphan Effects on Coastal Plant Diversity of East Midnapore District, West Bengal
Bishnupada Jana, Amal Kumar Mondal
Present research deals with the effects of deadly Amphan super cyclone on plant diversity in the East Midnapore coastal belt. Super tropical cyclone Amphan made landfall near Bakkhali in 24 Parganas in West Bengal and affected the total coastal area of West Bengal. East Midnapore district Ramnagar-I & II, Contai-I, Deshpran, Khejuri-II, Nandigram-I, Sutahata Block, and Haldia municipality are the affected areas. Khejuri –II and Nandigram-I block were damaged remarkably. In those two bl
2021 Volume 10 Issue 1
Bleeding Per Rectum: Is Awareness of the General Population Essential?
Mohammad Al Hemly, Abdulaziz Ali Mohammed Alghamdi, Sultan Saleh Abdullah Alqarni, Tamim Khalid Mohammed Alzughaibi, Ahmed Hatemm Mohammedali Al-mogamsy, Yasir Salah Hamed Aljohani, Hussain Mohammedalameen Alshanqiti
Bleeding per rectum is a medical condition characterized by the appearance of bloody stool, also known as hematochezia. To identify the community’s level of awareness and knowledge about rectal bleeding in Saudi Arabia. To assess the prevalence of rectal bleeding in the Saudi community and evaluate the factors that lead some patients to seek medical care for rectal bleeding. This is a cross-sectional study conducted among the population of Saudi Arabia. The total enumeration method was use
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
Herbal Solid Perfume: A Turkish Concept-Based Synthesis and Quality Valuation
Rashmi Saxena Pal, Pranay Wal, Pankaj Kumar, Yogendra Pal, Sheetal Sheetal
Perfume has been in the life of humans since ancient times. Today's era has led to the formation of different fragrant liquids as per the people's perception. Solid perfume is generally constituted of all herbal ingredients, except in some cases, it has usually three main ingredients: beeswax, carrier oil, and essential oils. It is applied topically on pulse points with the help of a finger or a cotton swab. Various evaluation tests were performed individually on ingredients to identify
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

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2021 Volume 10 Issue 3

Tropical Severe Super Cyclone Amphan Effects on Coastal Plant Diversity of East Midnapore District, West Bengal
Bishnupada Jana, Amal Kumar Mondal
Awareness of Smoking as a Risk Factor for Bladder Cancer in Taif City
Ahmed Fahd Al Thobity, Tariq Ziyad A Alghamdi, Ahmed Mahmoud A Alqurashi, Mohammed Abdulrahman M Althobaiti, Saif Abdulaziz H Jawmin, Muhannad Fahad M Alharthi, Ziyad Ali K Alghamdi
A Glimpse of World Water Scenario to Apprehend the Emergence of Water Laws
Ashoke Hazra
Review on Anterior Crossbite Diagnosis and Management Approach in Paediatric Age, Literature Review
Muqbil S. Alqahtani, Nour M. Alshaks, Nourah F. M. Alshahrani, Waad M. Naghi, Waad M. Alharbi, Sana T. Mahmood, Nadia F. Alrashidi, Faisal M. Alqarni, Asrar M. Al Manie, Adel M. Aljuhni
An Overview on Pheochromocytoma Diagnosis and Management Approach, Review Article
Yazeed Ali Aljabri, Faris Sami Alghamdi, Khaled Ahmed Almehmadi, Abdulrahman Abubaker Babkoor, Abdulhafiz Muhammad Bahalaq, Anwar Aziz Althaqfi, Abdullah Ghazi Alharbi, Rayan Saud Alhazmi, Ahmad Ali Almalki
An Overview on the Role of MRI in Diagnosis and Management of Brain Tumors
Faizah Mohammed Alanazi, Mohammed Abdulrahman Almuhaidib, Khalid Ahmed Alshehri, Mohammed Khaldun Alelwan, Nourah Abdullah Alfarhan, Shuroq Faiz Taju, Hanan Abdullah A Almowallad, Mohammed Saleh Alammari, Abdulmohsen Mohammed Alkhalaf, Yazeed Abdulaziz Alhazzani
An Overview on Substance Use Disorders Management Approach
Abdulbaqi Mansour Bukhary, Abdullah Aiad Own, Afrah Mohammed Almuarfaj, Nadia Anwar Ahmed, Abdulrahman Ibrahim Abdulrahman Alwakil, Ghaydaa Abed G. Alshareef, Nabaa Hisham Alhawashim, Fares Mohammed Sindi, Sharifa Mohammed Omar Khormi, Ghadeer Abdullah Alotaibi
Comparison of the Immunogenicity of GTPV A27R, GTPV L1R, and SPPV A33R Recombinant Proteins
Takele Tesgera Hurisa, Guohua Chen, Huaijie Jia, Fang Yong Xiang, Xiao-Bing He, Zhi-Zhong Jing

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WORLD JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL BIOSCIENCES

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