Biodemography is an emerging subdiscipline of classical demography that brings life table techniques, mortality models, experimental systems, and comparative methods to bear on questions concerned with the fundamental determinants of mortality, longevity, aging, and life span. It is important to entomology because it provides a secure and comprehensive actuarial foundation for life table and mortality analysis, it suggests new possibilities for the use of model insect systems in the study of aging and mortality dynamics, and it integrates an interdisciplinary perspective on demographic concepts and actuarial techniques into the entomological literature. Scholarly journals provide a greater visibility in the growing scientific field. For presenting the on-going research and exciting discoveries within the realms of many Scholarly journals that have been started, which are playing a major role in enhancing the dissemination of natural and scientific knowledge. Scholarly Journals are journals which are respected for the research and information they provide about the topic they cover. Scholarly journals publish good quality articles by subjecting them to a thorough and careful peer review process. Articles are often anonymously reviewed by several other subject experts; this process is called "peer review process" and such a periodical is considered a "refereed journal. A scholarly journal presents rigorously peer-reviewed scientific articles in the following categories: original Research Articles, Communications, Reviews and Mini-Reviews, Commentaries and Letters to the Editor. OMICS Group International is one of the leading Open Access Publishers which is publishing 700+ peer-reviewed journals with the dramatic effort of editorial board members. Entomology, Ornithology and Herpetology: Current Research publishes original research articles, novel, and scientifically sound findings dealing with insects, birds and reptiles related to human health.
Last date updated on June, 2014