International Network for Natural Sciences (INNSPUB) is a wing of Shamokal Research and Developments Network (SRDN), Dhaka, Bangladesh. INNSPUB is dedicated to publish scholarly research journals and books in English and believes in sharing of new scientific knowledge in the field of Natural sciences, Biology, Medicine and Agriculture all over the world. All our publications are available in online platform that concurrently belong to many Societies, Universities and Research Institutes.
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INNSPUB publishes original scientific research articles, review papers, short communications and books. We anticipate that our rapid production service will allow top-end research to reach its audiences even sooner.
- Detrimental effects of deforestation of Kundian forest on environment and natural habitat in district Mianwali-Punjab PakistanBy: Allah Nawaz Khan, Naila Fida Hussain, Syeda Nusrat Manzoor, Muhammad Asif Akram, Muhammad Zahid Rasheed, Abdul Basit
- In vitro assessment of the role of carbohydrates on the coffee’s resistance against coffee berry disease caused by Colletotrichum kahawaeBy: Kacko Agripine, Mouen bedimo Joseph Aubert, Cilas Christian, Niemenak Nicolas
- Spatio-temporal residential land-use changes in District Abbottabad from 1990 to 2018By: Muhammad Miandad, Sajjad Gondal, Aamna Aamir, Sher Muhammad Malik, Ghani Rahman, Humayun Ashraf, Umaya Zafar
- Inventory of bat (Scotophilus leucogaster, Cretzschmar, 1826) ectoparasites of savannah area in Burkina FasoBy: Noel Gabiliga Thiombiano, Magloire Boungou, Napoko Malika Kangoyé, Thérèse Kagoné, Amadou Dicho, Gustave B. Kabre
- Accuracy of cervico vaginal fetal fibronectin test in predicting risk of spontaneous preterm birthBy: Maysoon Sharief, Saha Mahmood
- Effect of the combination Rhizophagus intraradices and 50% of NPK on maize (Zea mays L.) growth and yield in central BeninBy: Sylvestre A Assogba, Nadege A Agbodjato, Nestor Ahoyo Adjovi, Haziz Sina, Pâcome A Noumavo, Hafiz AA Salami, Abdel D Koda, Ricardos Aguegue, Marcel Adoko, Farid Bade, Aude E Kelomey, Adolphe Adjanohoun, Lamine Baba-Moussa
- Identification and quantification of soil borne root rot pathogens communities in smallholder agro-ecosystems of KenyaBy: Samuel A. Were, Rama D Narla, Janice E. Thies, Eunice W. Mutitu, James W. Muthomi, Luiza. M. Munyua, Bernard Vanlauwe, Dries Robrooek.