With the increase in population, third world countries today are facing many problems, the supply of sufficient food being one of them. In animals science, we have to understand and preserve the vast diversity of species on our planet. Losing them would be a huge shame and almost a crime of humanity.

We have caused and continue to cause most of the trouble that leads to species extinction. Just because we are the “dominant” species on Earth doesn’t mean that we can do whatever we want without suffering consequences. Not only do we have to protect endangered species, but we also have to protect species essential to the continuation of Earth’s life. Believe it or not, without animals, humans would die out pretty quickly. First of all, there would be no more meat. But we can’t all become vegetarians either, because there are no insects to pollinate the plants. From animals,

we can also learn about our anatomy and better understand the function of our bodies, which can help us combat diseases. In the termination, animal’s science is an important field that applies to many real-world situations.

Editor

Dr. Riffat Sultana
Associate Professor, Department of Zoology 
University of Sindh, Jamshoro

Co-Editor

Prof. Dr. Tahira Jabeen
Chairperson & Professor, Department of Zoology 
University of Sindh, Jamshoro

Vol 2 No 3 (2018): University of Sindh Journal of Animal Sciences (USJAS)

Published: 2019-02-22

Parasitic Contamination of Some Vegetables Sold at Two Major Markets in Jos.

Abayomi E. Adeleke, Temitope T. Sodiya, Azonchi A. Hassan, Folakemi O. Kum, Dana’an A. Dakul

1-09

Population Faluctuation Of (Tenebrionidae: Coleoptera) In Lower Sindh

Farheen Deeba Soomro, Riffat Sultana, Aafaque Ahmed Kerio

15-18

Some Lygaeid Bugs (Hemiptera: Lygaeidae) of Tandojam

Ihsan Ahmed Magsi, Imran Khatri, Fahad Nazir Khoso, Razzak Amin Shah, Muhammad Umar Brohi, Zamin Hussain Dahri

19-22

Frequency of Abo Blood Groups in Normal Versus Post-Menopausal Women in Hyderabad, Pakistan

Jamshed Warsi, Benazir Faheem, Latafat Ali Chughtai, Farzana Gul Baloch, Nimra Masood Baig

23-25

Wasps (Hymenoptera: Vespidae and Bradynobaenidae) From Quetta, Balochistan (Pakistan)

Saima Durrani, Imtiaz Ali Khan, Muhammad Ather Rafi, Gul Makai, Muhammad Qasim, Fariha Mengal, Muhammad Kamal Sheikh, Ghulam Rasul, Gulnaz Parveen, Qudrat Ullah

35-41

Comparing Git Cestodes and Nematodesin Desi and Broiler Chicken

Rajput Zahid Iqbal, Ali Adnan, Arijo Abdullah, Soomro Noor Ahmed, Leghari Ambreen

42-47

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