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Japanese Primatology

Journal of Primatology is one of the top journal which publishes quality articles after the peer review process and acceptance from the editor of the article. The journal publishes Research/Review/short commentaries/minireviews related to its research field. On December 3rd, 1948, only three years after the Second World War, Kinji Imanishi (1902–1992) went to Koshima island to study the wild Japanese monkeys. Imanishi was flanked by two young students, Jun'ichiro Itani (1926–2002) and Shunzo Kawamura (1924–2003). This year, 2008, is thus the 60th anniversary of the founding of primatology in Japan. OMICS Group has more than 700+ peer-reviewed journals which are publishing quality articles and conduct around 3000+ International Scientific Conferences worldwide. Although OMICS Group is an open access publisher, it provides subscription based journals called Scitechnol journals. All the journals have strong support from Editorial Board to ensure quick and quality review process. OMICS Group Conferences provide the podium for exchange of information and global networking as many of the renowned scientists become a part of the conferences.
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Last date updated on June, 2014