La Granja. Revista de Ciencias de la Vida

«The Life Sciences Journal, La Granja » is a bilingual scientific Journal from Salesian Polytechnic University, Ecuador. This journal has been print continuously since 2002 with a fixed biannual periodicity. It´s specialized in Environmental Sciences and its interdisciplinary lines such as Earth Sciences, Geosciences, Biotechnology and Agricultural Sciences, among others. Contents are peer review, in accordance with the publication standards, and have a doble-blind examination. Compliance with this system guarantees authors, impartial and transparent review process facilitating the inclusion in reference databases, repositories and international indexing. The rules of citations follow the Harvard style. « The Life Sciences Journal, La Granja » is indexed in the Catalog of the Regional Online Information System for Scientific Journals of Latin America, the Caribbean, Spain and Portugal (Latindex), in the Scientific Information System REDALYC, in the Directory of Open Access Journals DOAJ in the system of Integrated Classification of CIRC Scientific Journals, in Base-Search, the Academic Search Engine of Bielefeld, SINDEX and in repositories as ACADEMIC ONEFILE, libraries and specialized catalogs of Latin America. Each issue of the journal comes in a printed (ISSN: 1390-3799) and electronic format (e-ISSN: 1390-8596), in Spanish and English. Each paper is identified with a DOI (Digital Object Identifier System). All articles are published in order to access their content in an open manner without economic restrictions, both in the submission, review and publication phases of the manuscripts.

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