International Journal of Biotechnology and Food Sciences
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Current Issue
June 2017




Editor-in-Chief:
Prof. Xiangkai Li
Frequency:
12 issues / year
Category:
Open Acess
Language:
English
Start year:
2013
Abbreviation:
J. Int. J. Biotechnol. Food Sci.
ISSN
2384-7344










The International Journal of Biotechnology and Food Science (IJBFS) is a peer reviewed journal that aims to disseminate knowledge, provide a learned reference and source of information in the field of Biotechnology and food science. IJBFS will establish channels of communication between academic and research experts, policy makers and executives in industry, commerce and investment institutions. Secondly, the journal will publish exciting research that falls within its scope and to provide the most rapid turn-around time possible for reviewing and publishing, and to disseminate the articles freely for teaching and reference purposes. Original experimental papers may have the form of full-length articles, short communications or Review article. Besides them also, case reports on various scientific events are accepted.
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Article Submission

Authors are invited to submit their original research articles, critical reviews as well as case studies to the editorial office at ijbfs@sciencewebpublishing.net or ijbfs.scienceweb@gmail.com. Authors are informed to check the instruction for authors (available on our homepage) and submission guidelines as regards proper formatting before submitting articles to reduce the processing time. All other questions or enquiries are also welcome.



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Recent Articles

Production and evaluation of yoghurt contained local stabilizers - Brachystegia eurycoma (‘Achi’) and Detarium microcarpuim (‘Ofo’)

 

Mbaeyi-Nwaoha I. E, Nnagbo C. L., Obodoechi C. M., Nweze B. C. and Okonkwo T.M.

Research Article | Published June 06, 2017 | PDF (738 K)

 

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Effect of decorticating and cooking lablab seeds on performance and cost of producing table rabbits

 

David Terhemba Shaahu, Steven Aondona Ikurior and Silvanus Ngbede Carew

Research Article | Published June 04, 2017 | PDF (425 K)

 

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Anti-nutrient Content, and in vitro Protein Digestibility (IVPD) of Infant Food Produced from African Yam Bean (Sphenostylis sternnocarpa), and Bambara Groundnuts (Voandezela subterranean)

 

Ekwere M. R., Igile G. O., Ukoha H. A., Mbakwe I. E. and Anegu B. C.

Research Article | Published May 08, 2017 | PDF (448 K)

 

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Diversity analysis of selected coffee genotypes using microsatellites and random amplified polymorphic DNA

 

Omingo D. O., Omondi C. O., Cheserek J., Runo S. and Okun D.

Research Article | Published May 04, 2017 | PDF (531 K)

 

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Total volatile base nitrogen (TVBN) and trimethylamine (TMA) content of “Bunyi youri” as influenced by the addition of glucose and clove during storage

 

Paul Y. Idakwo, Charles A. Negbenebor, Mamudu H. Badau and David I. Gbenyi

Research Article | Published December 26, 2016 | PDF (303 K)

 

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Recent advances in molecular tactics for crop improvements

 

EIqra Ghaffar, Faiza Shams, Aleena Khalid, Fareeha Ashraf, Raima Rehman and Muhammad Irfan Fareed

Research Article | Published December 21, 2016 | PDF (441 K)