According to the CABI internal selection criteria of potentially yield, scientific value and geographic origin and judged the content to be both novel and important for indexing coverage within CAB Abstracts database. The following six BioPublisher journals were indexed by CABI from this year:
Journal of Mosquito Research (1927-646X)
Animal Molecular Breeding (1927-5609)
Molecular Entomology (1925-198X)
Molecular Pathogens (1925-1998)
Bt Research (1925-1939)
International Journal of Aquaculture (1827-5773)
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