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Bionotes (ISSN 0972-1800) is a quarterly research newsletter on the various aspects of Life Sciences. It is being published by a society called 'A BIOLOGISTS CONFRERIE', with its office at Aligarh (U.P., INDIA), for more than ten years.
|A BRIEF ABOUT BIONOTES|
is honoured to have received, time to time, messages from the
Vice-President of India; Union Ministers Shri Suresh P. Prabhu,
Shri Prakash Javadekar, Dr. Harsh Vardhan; Secretary Deptt. of
Biotechnology; Prof. J. V. Narlikar, Prof C.N.R. Rao, Dr. M.S.
Swaminathan, Dr. S.Z. Qasim, Prof. M.S. Mani, Dr. Ishwar Prakash, Dr.
U.S Srivastava, Prof. T.C. Narendran; Director Botanical Survey of
India, Director Zoological Survey of India, Ex- Director General SACEP,
Director National Botanical Research Institute, Director Central Tasar
Research & Training Institute, Director Bombay Natural History
Society; Editor Zoos' Print Journal, Editor Natural Product Radiance and
Office of the Dalai Lama
|MESSAGE OF ENCOURAGEMENT|
In 1998, it was contemplated by some scientists that a research society be established in India, to help and encourage young research workers in their studies in the different fields of sciences like Zoology, Botany, Agriculture, Forestry, Environmental sciences, Cytology, Ecology, Medicinal systems, Wildlife, Biochemistry, Biotechnology etc. From January 1999, a research newsletter by the name of "BIONOTES" was started, which publishes short articles and research notes and news on different aspects of living materials. Studies cover morphology, taxonomy, effects of pollutants, agri & horticulture, inventories of fauna and flora, new descriptions, cytogenetics, anthropology, ethnobotany etc. The first issue of Bionotes appeared on the 25th March 1999.
|PROGRESS SO FAR|
Bionotes has published 19
volumes, up to December
2017. All the quarterly issues were released separately, i.e. no joint
issue, and all issues were published in the due month regularly, i.e.
in March, June, September and December. Its 10th, 25th, 40th, 50th and 75th
were published as the "Special Numbers".