rrjodst maintains an Editorial Board of practicing researchers from around the world, to ensure manuscripts are handled by editors who are experts in the field of study.
About the Journal
Research & Reviews: Journal of Dairy Science & Technology [2319-3409(e)] is a peer-reviewed hybrid open-access journal launched in 2011 focused on the publication of current research work carried out under Dairy Science and Technology. This journal covers all major fields of applications in Dairy Science and Technology.
Focus and Scope
- Dairy Science and Technology: Milk production, cows, buffaloes, camels, sheep, yaks, goats, horses, camels, energy, water, and nutrients, taste, color, melt, mouth feel, protein, fat content; viscosity, dairy consumer, fermentation of yogurt products, cheese making, probiotic stability, prebiotics, milk’s composition, physical, biochemical, microbial, milk, cheese, fermented foods, butter, milk powders, protein products, nutritional formulations, processing, packaging, storage, distribution.
- Biotechnology & Biochemistry of milk: Cultures, enzymes for milk clotting, cheese ripening acceleration, fat, protein, lactose hydrolyzate, antimicrobial, dairy industry, dairy effluents, the structure of DNA and RNA, DNA replication, protein synthesis, genetic code, mutations Vectors, cloning strategies, bacteria, animals, DNA technology, Protoplast fusion, Tissue culture, dairy cultures, food, dairy industry, dairy effluents, Genetic manipulation, cell immobilization, Dairy enzymes, waste treatment, bio-preservations, bioprocess technology, agricultural production, vegetarian, cell/tissue culture, biological components, low-fat milk, b-lactoglobulin, protein milk, Flavor, microbial flavor compound, microorganisms.
- Nutritional qualities of milk and dairy products: calcium, riboflavin, Phosphorus, vitamins A and B12, potassium, magnesium, zinc, iodine, cheese, cream, butter, and yogurt, cow’s milk, casein, proteins, minerals, probiotic stability, prebiotics, milk’s composition, physical, biochemical, microbial, milk, cheese, fermented foods, butter, milk powders, protein products, nutritional formulations, amino acids, vitamins to food products, Bovine growth hormone, insulin-like growth factor, nutritious foods, calcium, potassium, magnesium, glucose, galactose.
- Milk from Bovine or Non-Bovine: Milk composition and yield, milk protein genes, genetic, polymorphism of milk proteins, lipid composition, technological properties, cheesemaking aptitude of milk, milk microbiology, milk preservation, bovine milk, non-bovine milk, buffalos, yaks, camels, donkeys sheep, goat, species, breed, stage of lactation, animal’s age, health, feeding regime season, better digestion, a higher proportion of fatty acids, physical, biochemical, microbial, milk, cheese, fermented foods, butter, milk powders, protein products, nutritional formulations, processing, packaging, storage, distribution.
- Human milk: Necrotizing Enterocolitis, Neonates, Protein, Lactation, Oligosaccharide, Breast Feeding, Prematurity, milk production, oligosaccharide, fucose, sialic acid, mucosa, neurodevelopment, prebiotic Probiotic Agent, Synbiotic Agent, Inulin, Oligosaccharide, Microbiome, Bifidobacterium, Fructose Oligosaccharide, Lactobacillus Bacterium, fat, carbohydrates, microbiome, maternal genetics, diet, minerals, vitamins, infant growth, nutrients, pasteurization.
- Breeding systems: Growth rate, reproduction and production, crossbreeding, selective breeding, genetically superior animals, cattle, crossbred, linebreeding, Straight Breeding, breed combinations, maternal heterosis, hybrid vigor, fertility, maternal environment, Combination Breeds, inbreeding, backcross, genetic variation, breeding systems, Static terminal crossing.
- Breeding of high-yielding cattle: Fertility, health, longevity, and environmental sensitivity, fertility, health, longevity, environmental sensitivity, artiﬁcial insemination and genomic selection, milk yield, direct genetic selection, dairy industry, dairy cattle, modern dairy, genetic diversity, organic, agroecological, and pasture-based, mountain-grazing farming systems, high-yielding dairy cattle, dairy farm.
- Animal nutrition & physiology: Arginine, glutamine, zinc, and conjugated linoleic acid, gene expression, key metabolic pathways, fertility, pregnancy outcome, immune function, neonatal survival, growth, feed efficiency, meat quality, protein, energy, vitamins, nutritional, minerals, economical, environment, Combination Breeds, inbreeding, backcross, genetic variation, breeding systems, Static terminal crossing, livestock producer, high-yielding dairy cattle, dairy farm, Transient, Receptor, Potential Channel, Physiology, Animal Behavior, Metabolism, Hormones, Enzymes, Animal Models, Proteins, microRNA, organelles, cells, organs, organ systems, embryology, cell biology, developmental biology, endocrinology, immunology, biophysics, ecology, genetics, evolutionary biology, Molecular Biology, Biophysics, microbiome, animal husbandry.
- Study of Animal Behavior: Ecology, Crustacea, Habitats, Proteins, Neurons, Amphipoda, Mammal, physiology, ecology, and evolution, ethology, comparative psychology, reserve design, human disturbance, and reintroduction programs, Animal Behavior, Metabolism, Hormones, Enzymes, Animal Models, Proteins, microRNA, organelles, cells, organs, organ systems, embryology, cell biology, developmental biology, endocrinology, immunology, biophysics, ecology, genetics, evolutionary biology, Molecular Biology, Biophysics, microbiome, animal husbandry, Gametocyte, Genetic Divergence, Ecosystems, Extinction, Biodiversity, Habitats, DNA, Marine Mammal, phenotypic characters, Adaptive behavioral, learning, memory, decision-making, parasitology, phototaxis, olfaction, daily rhythms.
- Livestock Production and Management: Antibiotics, Grazing Land, Greenhouse Gas, Crop Production, Ecosystems, Livestock, Poultry, Proteins, Grasslands, wildlife component, food systems, antimicrobials, foster disease emergence, animal-based products, climatic changes, economy, food security, production, management systems, breeding methods, global livestock, environmental problems, municipal wastewater, Livestock feed, Genetic improvement, subsistence farming, Growth rate, reproduction and production, crossbreeding, selective breeding, genetically superior animals, cattle, crossbred, linebreeding, milk powders, protein products, nutritional formulations, processing, packaging, storage, distribution.
Open Access Statement
The Research & Reviews : Journal of Dairy Science & Technology (rrjodst) is an open-access (OA) publication which provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. All published works will be available to a worldwide audience, free, immediately upon publication. Publication in the journal is subject to payment of an article processing charge (APC). The APC serves to support the journal and ensures that articles are freely accessible online in perpetuity under a Creative Commons licenses.
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