The University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest (USAMV B, for its acronym in Romanian) is the result of the academic, scientific and administrative process supported by great names of Romanian agronomic education and science, which began with the first Agronomic School in Romania (The Pantelimon School), established 163 years ago. After the 5th of October 1992, IANB – Bucharest operated under the name of the University of Agronomic Sciences of Bucharest, approved by Ministerial Order No. 5590/1995 signed by the Minister of Education and Science, as requested by the University Senate’s Applications Nos. 4757/1992 and 7011/1992. Since 1995, according to Governmental Decision No. 568/1995, it has operated under its present name: the University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest. The Faculty of Biotechnologies was established in 1994, and the Faculty of Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and Rural Development (F MIEADR, for its acronym in Romanian) in 2000.
The following is the list of scholars from University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest who currently serve as editors for one or more SciTechnol journals.
The following is the list of articles by scholars from University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest that are published in SciTechnol journals.
- Young Research Forum: Res J Zool
- Case Report: Res J Zool
Umit Ozcan, Zeynep Nurselin Kot and Handan Hilal Arslan
- Research Article: Res J Zool
Poglayen G, Urbani L, Modugno F, Scala A, Giannetto S and Rossi L
A Short-Term Macro and Microevaluation of an Environmental Enrichment Program in a Captive Pride of Southwest African Lions (Panthera Leo Bleyenberghi): Age-Class DifferencesResearch Article: Res J Zool
Soriano AI*, Fernández E, Vinyoles D and Maté C
Impact of Helminth Parasites on Length-weight Ratio and Condition Factor of Fishes in Ajiwa and Jibia Reservoirs, Katsina State, NigeriaResearch Article: Res J Zool
Abba AM, Abdulhamid Y, Omenesa RL, and Mudassir I