Journal of Zoology
© The Zoological Society of London
Edited By: Nigel Bennett (Editor-in-Chief), Matt Hayward, Andrew Kitchener, Rob Knell, Mark-Oliver Roedel, Jean-Nicolas Volff, Jane Waterman. Reviews Editor: Steven Le Comber
Impact Factor: 1.883
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 37/153 (Zoology)
Online ISSN: 1469-7998
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Paper of the Year Award
The Journal of Zoology Paper of the Year Award is presented annually to the authors of an original research paper that the Editors consider exemplifies excellence in zoology. The 2014 winners are Domenico Fulgione, Martina Trapanese, Valeria Maselli, Daniela Rippa, Francesco Itri, Bice Avallone, Raoul Van Damme, Daria Maria Monti and Pasquale Raia for their paper Seeing through the skin: dermal light sensitivity provides cryptism in moorish gecko
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THOMAS HENRY HUXLEY REVIEW 2015
Thomas Henry Huxley Virtual Issue
Thomas Henry Huxley (1825–1895)
Thomas Henry Huxley (1825–1895) was an outstanding British zoologist famous for his work on comparative anatomy, physiology and evolutionary biology. Huxley was also known as ‘Darwin’s bulldog’, due to his advocacy for Darwin’s theory of evolution by natural selection. The Thomas Henry Huxley review series, published in Journal of Zoology, aims to celebrate Huxley's outstanding contributions to zoological research. Indeed, many of Huxley’s own papers were published in the Proceedings and Transactions of the Zoological Society London, which merged in 1966 to form Journal of Zoology. Read more
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Read the fully digitized backfiles from the Zoological Society of London. View seminal works from early explorers and zoologists and follow developments through to modern day zoological science. Notable contributors include Huxley, Owen, Wallace, Gray, Johnston, Blyth, Bell and Tickell. The Proceedings and Transactions also include colour plates from wildlife artists John Gould, Joseph Wolf and Edward Lear.
Journal of Zoology was previously known as Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London
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