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An International E-Magazine for Science Enthusiasts

Vigyan Varta An International E-Magazine for Science Enthusiasts is an online multidisciplinary peer reviewed magazine covering all the domains of science. Manuscripts that are well structured and organized in any relevant field of science are given preference. It publishes all types of writings including popular articles, newsletters, meeting reports, success stories, etc that undergo a peer review by the strong editorial team that we have.

Aim and Scope: The e-magazine aims to develop scientific writing skill and acumen among the researchers and academicians from various fields. Writing popular articles in a proper format (as mentioned in our e-magazine) can help the researchers learn the art of scientific writing that will help them publish quality research papers in their future. Also, reading the articles from different domains will help the readers gain insights and wider knowledge about the present world. 

E-ISSN: 2582-9467

Frequency of Publication: Monthly  

Language: English (only)

Starting Year/ Date of Commencement of the e-magazine: May, 2020

Mode/ Format of Publication: Online  

Moto: Happy Learning 


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It was very unfortunate to find that authors are found copying the thesis of others without their knowledge and publishing the unpublished data as articles in our magazine. As a disciplinary action, the concerned authorities were informed and a meeting was done with them. As a punishment, the article was retracted from the magazine and acceptance of the other article was withdrawn and heavy fine was imposed on the authors. 

Please note that Vigyan Varta is not responsible and is no longer accepting the publication of the below articles:

1. Use of Dried Distiller's Grains with Soluble (DDGS) in Fish Nutrition

2. Effect of Fungicide on Fishes 

Authors: Devarshi Ranjan. Priyanka Verma and Mayank Bhushan Singh

The certificates, articles and the acceptance emails stand null and void. 

Others are warned not to dare do such unethical practices!!!!

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The 1st Special Issue of Vigyan Varta is out now. This was in collaboration with the 5th International Conference on Advances in Agriculture Technology and Allied Sciences (ICAATAS 2022) (4-5 June, 2022). Drop us an email ([email protected]) to have your free copy of Special Issue.

Current Article

Contamination of Coastal Environment by Anthropogenic Activities

S. Ajidhaslin and Dr. S. Aruna

Human activities impact marine ecosystems at a global scale and all levels of complexity of life. Now-a-days Industrial pollution, soil erosion, deforestation, rapid industrialization, urbanization and land degradation are all worsening problem due to environmental contamination. Reportedly, many changes due to various anthropogenic activities such as changes in temperature regime and radioactive background, discharges of toxic effluents and inflow of nutrients, irretrievable water consumption and damage of aquatic organisms, landing of commercial species, destruction of shoreline and construction of drilling rig have been recorded. The concept of environmental contamination and its effect is extremely important for analyzing the changes in regional ecology due to anthropogenic activities.

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Novel Methodologies in Larval Nutrition

S. Dhinakaran and Dr. Cheryl Antony

Several novel methodologies, including tracer studies, genomics, proteomics, systems modelling, molecular genetics, among others, have contributed to significant progress in fish larval nutrition in recent years and some techniques are already incorporated into the present by slight modifications in the system and some might have future application for the larval nutrition. Under these, the tube-feeding and incorporation of 14C-amino acids and lipids into artemia, Diet selection of fish larvae by different natural stable isotope signatures or diets with different rare metal oxides by using Mechanistic modelling. Population genomics can be used in assessing genotype effects on nutritional requirements of fish larvae, by using progeny testing in fish reared in the same tanks, and also in identifying QTLs for larval stages.

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Gucchi Mushroom: The Story of Mountain Gold

Rahul Sharma et. al.

The Gucchi mushroom, Morchella esculenta, commonly known as the morel, is an expensive food item that grows wild and is collected manually. In India; it is the costliest vegetable in the world, costing between 20,000 INR and 30, 000 INR per kilogramme. Its nutritive and medicinal values are acknowledged. It is primarily found in India in the districts of Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) and Kullu in Himachal Pradesh (HP). The farming community traditionally collects the mushroom from forested areas through a well-managed community approach. Elders of families and communities have taught them how to identify the mushroom, recognize distribution patterns, and collect it. The knowledge and ability to differentiate M. esculenta from other poisonous wild mushrooms has also been inherited from the elders and community members. It contains a wide range of pharmacological properties. Traditionally, the mushrooms are most commonly dried in the sun or the kitchen. Its medicinal uses are, however, restricted to only the hills and far-flung areas. This research summarizes the introduction, function, and scope of artificial production of the Gucchi Mushroom. In the future, the Gucchi mushroom will transform the Indian mushroom business, assisting farmers in their economic development.

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