Dr. Asit Das
Dr. Asit Das
Animal Nutrition Division
Current Research Area
Ruminant Nutrition, Comparative animal nutrition, Methane mitigations, Feed supplement, Maternal programming
Research Papers Published During Last 10 Years
|S.No.||Authors and year of publication||Title||Journal, volume, page number||NAAS Journal ID||Score|
|1||Saini, M., Taggert, M. A., Knoop, D., Upreti, S., Swarup, D., Das, A., Gupta, P.K., Niessner, R., Prakash, V., Mateo, R., and Cuthbert, R.J, 2012.||Detecting diclofenac in livestock carcasses in India with an ELISA: A tool to prevent widespread vulture poisoning||Environmental Pollution 160:11-16||E 086||10.36|
|2||Cuthbert, R.J., Taggart, M.A., Saini,M., Sharma, A., Das, A., Kulkarni, M. D., … & Green, R. E. 2015||Continuing mortality of vultures in India associated with illegal veterinary use of diclofenac and a potential threat from nimesulide.
*Thomson Reuter ISI IF 2.801
|3||Barik, S., Sidappa, C. M., Saini, M., Doreswamy, R., Das, A., Sharma, A. K., and Gupta, P. K. 2014.||Sequence-based appraisal of the genes encoding neck and carbohydrate recognition domain of conglutinin in blackbuck (Antilope cervicapra) and goat (Capra hircus).
*Thomson Reuter ISI IF 2.78
|BioMed Research International, 89150.||Not rated by NAAS||8.78*|
|4||Kore, K. B., Pattanaik, A.K., Das, A., and Sharma. K. 2009.||Evaluation of alternate cereal sources in dog diets: effect on nutrient utilization and hindgut fermentation characteristics.||Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 89:2174-2180.||J495||8.38|
|5||Sharma, A. K., Saini, M., Singh, S. D., Prakash , V., Das, A., DASAN, R.B. and Cuthbert, R. J.2014.||Short communication Diclofenac is toxic to the Steppe Eagle Aquila nipalensis: widening the diversity of raptors threatened by NSAID misuse in South Asia.
* Thomson Reuter IF 1.725
|Bird Conservation International. 24:282-286
|Not rated by NAAS||7.73*|
|6||Kullu, S.S., Das, A., Bajpai, S.K., Garg, A.K., Yogi, R.K., Saini, M. and Sharma, A.K., 2017.||Egg production performance, egg yolk antioxidant profile and excreta concentration of corticosterone in golden pheasants (Chrysolophuspictus) fed diets containing different levels of green vegetables.||Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition, 101:e31-e42.||J047||7.61|
|7||Das A., Saini M., Katole S., Kullu S. S., Swarup D. and Sharma A. K. 2015.||Effect of feeding different levels of wheat roti on nutrient utilization and blood metabolite profile in semi-captive Asian elephants (Elephas maximus).||Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition 99: 367-378.||J047||7.61|
|8||Das, A., Katole, S. Kumar, A. Saini, M. and Swarup, D. 2013.||Feed consumption, diet digestibility and mineral utilization in captive blackbuck (Antelope cervicapra) fed different levels of concentrates.||Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition, 97: 80-90.||J047||7.61|
|9||Das, A., Katole, S. Kumar, A. Saini, M. and Swarup, D. 2013.||Feed consumption, diet digestibility and mineral utilization in captive blackbuck (Antelope cervicapra) fed different levels of concentrates.||Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition , 97: 80-90.||J047||7.61|
|10||Das, A., Katole, S. and De, D.2011.||Effect of partial replacement of concentrate mixture with barhar (Artocarpuslakocha) leaves on growth performance of kids fed a jungle grass based diet.||Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences, 24: 45-55.||A305||7.24|
|11||Katole S., Saha, S.K. Das, A., Lade, M.H. Sastry, V.R.B. and Prakash, B. 2013.||Nnutrient intake, digestibility, and blood metabolites of goats fed diets containing processed jatropha meal.||Tropical Animal Health and Production, 45: 1563-1569.||T100||6.98|
|12||Das A., Choubey M., Gupta S.P., Saini M. and Swarup D. 2010.||Feed consumption, nutrient utilization, faecal pellet characteristics and serum metabolite profile of captive spotted deer (Axis axis) fed diets containing different roughages.||Small Ruminant Research, 94: 185-189.||S046||6.97|
|13||Sarode, R.M., Das, A., Verma, A.K., Singh, P., Saini, M., Bhardwaj, Y. and Sharma, A.K., 2019.||Partial replacement of dietary buffalo meat on the bone with chicken carcass improves serum antioxidant profile of zoo‐housed Indian leopards (Panthera pardusfusca).||Zoo Biology, 38:292-304.||Z 005||6.95|
|14||Kullu, S.S., Das, A., Saini, M., Garg, A.K., Yogi, R.K., Soren, S.K. and Sharma, A.K., 2016.||Increasing the dietary supply of carotenoids through forage supplementation: Effect on nitrogen and mineral retention in captive Golden pheasants (Chrysolophuspictus).||Zoo Biology, 35:522-532.||Z 005||6.95|
|15||Bajpai, S.K., Das, A., Saini, M., Kullu, S.S. and Sharma, A.K., 2016||Influence of dietary protein on serum metabolites and antioxidant status: A study in Chrysolophusamherstiae.||Zoo Biology, 35:346-354.||Z 005||6.95|
|16||Pradhan, S.K., Das, A., Kullu S.S. , Saini, M. Saini, Pattanaik, A.K., Dutta N. and Sharma, A.K.2015
|Effect of feeding Jerusalem artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus) root as prebiotic on nutrient utilization, fecal characteristics and serum metabolite profile of captive Indian leopard (Panthera pardusfusca) fed a meat-on-bone diet||Zoo Biology. 34: 153-162.||Z 005||6.95|
|17||Bajpai, S. K., Das, A., Kullu, S. S., Saini, M., Sarode, R. M. and Sharma, A. K. 2015,||Effect of feeding graded levels of crude protein on nutrient utilization and feather growth in Lady Amherst’s pheasants.||Zoo Biology, 35:51-60.||Z 005||6.95|
|18||Das, A., Smith, M.L., Saini, M., Katole, S., Kullu, S.S., Gupta, B.K., Sharma, A.K and Swarup, D..2015||Effect of concentrates restriction on feed consumption, diet digestibility, and nitrogen utilization in captive Asian elephants (Elephas maximus)||Zoo Biology,
|19||Suresh, C., Das, A., Katole, S., Saini, M. and Swarup, D. 2013.||Effect of concentrate supplementation on feed consumption, nutrient utilization and blood metabolite profile in captive spotted deer (Axis axis) fed oat (Avena sativa) and berseem (Trifoliumalexandrinum) fodders based diet.||Zoo Biology, 32: 195–203.||Z 005||6.95|
|20||Mohan, S. C., Saini, M., Ramesh, D., Shynu, M., Barik, S., Das, A. And Gupta, P. K. 2015.||Prokaryotic expression of OvisariesConglutinin encoding neck and carbohydrate recognition domain and its functional characterization.||Animal Biotechnology,26: 29-36||A 164||6.93|
|21||Katole, S., Das, A., Agrawal, N., Saha, S.K., Prakash, B., Saini, M. and Sharma, A.K.2014.||Influence of work on nutrient utilisation in semi-captive Asian elephants (Elephas maximus).||Journal of Applied Animal Research 42: 380-388.||J057||6.93|
|22||Ghosh S.K., Das A., Bujarbaruah K.M., Das Asit, Dhiman K.R., Singh N.P.2010.||Effect of breed and season on rabbit production under subtropical climate.
|World Rabbit Science,16: 29-33.||W 023||6.86|
|23||Cuthbert R.J., Prakash, V., Saini M., Upreti S., Swarup D., Das A., Green R.E. and Taggart M.A. 2011.||Are conservation actions effective at reducing the threat to India’s threatened vulture populations?||Current Science 101: 1480-1484.||C149
|24||Durge, S.M., Das, A., Saha, S.K., Bhardwaj, Y., Verma, A.K. and Sharma, A.K., 2018.||Effect of Dietary Supplementation of Fish Oil on Nutrient Utilization, Haematology and Serum Metabolites of Captive Indian Leopards (Panthera pardusfusca).||Animal Nutrition and Feed Technology, 18(2), pp.257-266.||A169||6.30|
|25||Yogi, R.K., Das, A., Saini, M., Kullu, S.S., Bhardwaj, Y., Bhanja, S.K., Soren, S.K. and Sharma, A.K., 2018.||Effects of Dietary Supplementation of Lutein and DL-Methionine on Serum Antioxidant Profile and Cellular Immunity of Captive Golden Pheasants (Chrysolophuspictus).||Animal Nutrition and Feed Technology, 18:.343-353.||A169||6.30|
|26||Pradhan, S.K., Dutta, N., Kullu, S.S., Saini, M., Pattanaik, A.K., Sharma, A.K. and Das, A., 2016.||In vitro Evaluation of Plant Derived Dietary Fibers as Prebiotic for Indian Leopard (Panthera pardusfusca).||Animal Nutrition and Feed Technology, 16:227-238.||A169||6.30|
|27||Das, A., De, D., and Katole, S. (2011).||Seasonal Variation in Eating Behaviour and Nutritive Value of Mixed Jungle Grass for Goats. Animal Nutrition and Feed Technology||Animal Nutrition and Feed Technology, 11(2), 195-202.||A169||6.30|
|28||Das, A. 2010.
|Effect of different levels of concentrate supplementation on performance of Sikkim local goats fed mixed jungle grass based diet.||Animal Nutrition Feed Technology,10: 87-97.||A169||6.30|
|29||Mishra, A. Verma, A.K., Das, A. Singh, P. Chaudhary, S.K. and Munde, V.K.. 2019.||Effect of dietary betaine supplementation on production and reproductive performance, milk composition and serum antioxidant profile in gestating sows.||Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 89 : 22-26.||I037||6.28|
|30||Mishra,A. Verma, A.K. Das, A. Singh, P. and Sahoo, N.R.. 2019.||Effect of betaine supplementation on haematology, serum enzymes and hormone profile in gestating sows.||Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 89 : 506-510.||I037||6.28|
|31||Kumari, P., Singh, P., Verma, A. K., Gaur, G. K., & Das, A. (2019).||Effect of molasses based multi-nutrient herbal supplements on the performance of buffalo calves.||Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 89 : 871-875.||I037||6.28|
|32||Sarode, R.M., Das, A., Bhardwaj, Y., Singh, P., Saini, M., Sharma, A.K. and Verma, A.K., 2018.||Effect of replacement of buffalo meat with chicken on haematological and serum metabolite profile of captive Indian leopards (Panthera pardusfusca)||Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 88:755-757.||I037||6.28|
|33||Ankita, Verma, A.K., Singh, P. and Das, A., 2018.||Effect of multi-nutrient liquid supplement on serum minerals and hormone profile in buffalo heifers||Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 88:61-65.||I037||6.28|
|34||Patil, A.K., Chaturvedi, V.B., Singh, P., Verma, A.K. and Das, A., 2017.||Effect of feeding compressed complete feed block with or without deoiled mahua seed cake on methane production and energy utilization in crossbred calves.||Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 87:1046-1048.||I037||6.28|
|35||Ankita, Verma, A.K., Singh, P., Das, A. and Gaur, G.K., 2016.||Effect of replacement of concentrate mixture with a multi-nutrient liquid supplement on perfomance of bufflao heifers.||Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 86:1036-1040.||I037||6.28|
|36||Katole, S.B., Das, A., Saini, M. and Sharma, A.K., 2015.||Effect of moderate work on intake and serum profile of minerals in semi-captive Asian elephants (Elephas maximus) fed sugarcane based diet.||The Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 85:1126-1129||I037||6.28|
|37||Chandramohan, S., Ramesh, D., Shynu, M., Saini, M., Das, A., Sharma A.K. and Gupta, P.K. 2013.||Molecular characterization and in-silico analysis of the cDNA encoding conglutinin from sheep liver.||Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 83: 600-603.
|38||Ramesh D., Saini M., Swarup D., Singh V.K., Upreti S., Das A. and Gupta P.K. 2012.||Molecular cloning of IFN-alpha in Goat (Capra hircus) and Black buck (Antelope cervicapra) and evaluation of its expression in Goat PBM cells.||Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 82 : 40-43.||I 037||6.28|
|39||Kore, K.B., Pattanaik, A.K. Das, A. and Sharma, K. 2012.||Evaluation of mannan- oligo-saccharide as prebiotic functional food for dogs: effect on nutrient digestibility, hind gut health and plasma metabolite profile.||Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 82:81-86.||I 037||6.28|
|40||Yogi, R.K., Das, A., Kullu, S.S., Saini, M., Garg, A.K. and Sharma, A.K., 2018.||Effect of supplementation of lutein and DL-methionine on certain haemato-biochemical parameters and serum concentration of corticosterone in captive Golden pheasants (Chrysolophuspictus).||Indian Journal of Animal Research, 52:242-247.||I 036||6.20|
|41||Patil, A.K., Verma, A.K., Singh, P., Das, A. and Gaur, G.K., 2017.||Effect of Molasses Based Multinutrients and Chromium Supplementation on the Haematological and Blood Biochemical Profile in Lactating Murrah Buffaloes.||Journal of Animal Research, 7:401.2016.||J 036||5.68|
|42||Sharma A.K., Shivasharanappa N., Banerjee P.S., Sahini Mohini, Raut S.S., Chandratre Gauri A., Das A 2012.||Intestinal coccidiosis in a Nilgai calf (Boselaphustragocamelus)||Indian Journal of Veterinary Pathology36: 266-268.
|43||Mishra, A. Verma, A.K.Das, A.Singh, P. and Sahoo, N.R.. 2019.||Effect of Betaine Supplementation on Serum Metabolite Profile in Gestating Sows.||Indian Journal of Animal Nutrition 36 : 202-203.||I 034||5.02|
|44||Patil, A.K., Verma, A.K., Singh, P. and Das, A., 2019.||Effect of Molasses Based Multi-nutrient Supplement Containing Chromium on Nutrient Utilization, Milk Yield, Microbial Protein Flow and Antioxidant Status of Lactating Murrah Buffaloes.||Indian Journal of Animal Nutrition, 36:.122-129.||I 034||5.02|
|45||Munde, V.K., Das, A., Singh, P. and Verma, A.K., 2018.||Effect of supplementation of seaweed By-Products based formulations on haematological and serum metabolites profile in crossbred calves.||Indian Journal of Animal Nutrition, 35:.271-281||I 034||5.02|
|46||Das, A., 2018.||Current trends in feeding and nutrition of zoo animals: A review.||Indian Journal of Animal Nutrition, 35(3), pp.242-250.||I 034||5.02|
|47||Lalu, K., Bhar, R., Das, A., and Mandal, A. B. (2009).||Effect of bromochloromethane supplementation and dietary energy restriction on methane production and efficiency of energy utilization in rams||Indian Journal of Animal Nutrition, 26(2), 97-102.||I 034||5.02|
|48||Das, A. 2009.||Effect of level of concentrate supplementation on growth performance of Sikkim local fed jungle grass based diet during summer.||Indian Journal of Animal Nutrition, 26:219-223.
|49||Kore, K.B., Pattanaik, A.K. Das, A. and Sharma, K. 2012.||Metabolic profiles of dogs fed on home-made diets.||Indian Veterinary Journal, 89: 89-92||I093||4.33|
|50||Katole, S.B., Das, A., Saini, M. and Sharma, A.K. 2015.||Comparative evaluation of wheat-roti or rice-lentil mixture as supplements for growing asiatic elephants (Elephas maximus)
Official Journal of the European Association of Zoo and Aquariums
|Journal of Zoo and Aquarium Research, 3:63-69||Not rated by NAAS|
|51||Chandramohan, S. Saini, M., Das, A., Ramesh, D. Sharma, A.K. and Gupta, P.K. 2013.||Sequence characterization of mitochondrial12S rRNA Gene in Mouse Deer (Moschiolaindica) for PCR-RFLP based species identification.
*Available on PubMed, Google Scholar
|Molecular Biology International Vol 2013 Article Id 783925.||Not rated by NAAS|
|52||Ghorpade P.B., Gupta P.K., Praksh V, Cuthbert R.J., Kulkarni M, Prakash N., Sharma A.K., Das A. and Saini M. (2012).||Molecular sexing of threatened Gyps vultures: an important strategy for conservation breeding and ecological studies.
|Springerplus. 1(1):62. Epub 2012 Dec 12||Not rated by NAAS|
|53||Ramesh D., Saini M., Swarup D., Singh V., Upreti, S, Das, A and Gupta, P.K. 2010.||Interferon alpha characterization and its comparative expression in PBM cells of Capra hircus and Antelope cervicapra cultured in the presence of TLR9 agonist.||Molecular Biology International doi:10.4061/2010/573426||Not rated by NAAS|
|C. Book and Bulletins|
|a. Books Authored|
|Pattanaik, A.K., Garg, A.K. Das, A. and Kamra, D. N.||2013||Nutrient Requirements for Pets, Laboratory and Wild Animals. ICAR, New Delhi||ICAR||1-40|
|Das, A. Saini, M., Dutta, N., Sharma, K., Das, B.C. Swaup, D. and Sharma, K.||2013||Standardizations of Animal Diets in Indian Zoos.||Central Zoo Authority, New Delhi.||pp 1-303|
|Swarup, D., Das, A., Saini, M., Kumar, P. Sharma, A. K. and Amarpal||2009||Standards, Guidelines and Protocol on Disease Diagnosis and Cure of Wild Animals in Indian Zoos||Central Zoo Authority, New Delhi||pp 1-139|
|b Book Chapters|
|Das, A., M. Saini and D. Swarup||2012||Feeding and Nutrition of Wild Animals in Captivity. In: Advanced Animal Nutrition for Developing Countries. (U.R. Mehra, P. Singh and A. K. Verma eds).||Satish Serial Publishing House, Delhi||pp 305-328|
|c Training Manuals|
|Das, A., Singh, P., Chaturvedi, V.B., Dutta, N. and Verma, A.K.||2016||Recent Trends in Comparative Animal Nutrition||CAFT in Animal Nutrition. IVRI, Izatnagar||1-271|
|Jadhav, S.E., Pattanaik, A.K., Das, A., Garg, A.K. and Verma, A.K.||2016||Micro-Nutrients in animal Nutrititon||CAFT in Animal Nutrition. IVRI, Izatnagar||1-248|
|Paatanaik, A.K., Jadhav, S.E., Dutta, N., Das, A., Kamra, D.N. and Dass, R.S (eds).||2013||Clinical Nutrition: approaches for health and productivity of farm animal||CAFT in Animal Nutrition. IVRI, Izatnagar||pp 1-217|
|Saha, S.K., Das, A., Dutta, N., Chaudhary, L.C. and Sharma, K. (eds).||2008||Emerging Trends in Nutrition of Wild and Zoo Animals.||CAS in Animal Nutrition. IVRI, Izatnagar.||pp. 1-176.
Lab Members (Photo, M.Sc/ Ph.D., Thesis title, Period):
|Name of Student||Degree Program||Thesis Title||Duration of Degree||Photo|
|Abhilasha Singh||Ph.D.||Studies on metabolizable energy and protein requirement of female Sahiwal calves during different feeding||2017-2020|
|M. Maheswari||M.V.Sc||Evaluation of seaweed by-products as a feed supplement for lactating Murrah buffaloes||2018-2020|
|I.||No. of students per 10 years||1|
|III.||No. of publication per scientist per 10 years
|IV.||List of research projects per 10 years
|V.||IF per scientist -10 years
|VI.||List of research projects-10 years
1. Standardization of animal diets in Indian Zoos (Funded by CZA (MoEF), as PI
2. National Referral Centre for Wildlife health care (Funded by CZA (MoEF), as Co- PI
3. Kappaphycus alvarezii and Red seaweed based formulations for improving productivity and health of dairy and poultry animals (Funded by CSIR (NMITLI), as Co- PI
4. Methyl donors as feed supplement for pigs: An epigenetic approach to maternal programming as PI
5. Feeding strategies to improve nutrient utilization, antioxidant status and immunity in captive Indian leopard (Panthera purdus fusca) as PI
6. Nutrititonal interventions to improve nutrient utilization, feather colouration and reproductive performance of captive pheasants as PI
7. Influence of duration and level of feeding on feed consumption, nutrient utilization, serum metabolites and mineral status in semi-captive Asiatic elephants (Elaphus maximus) as PI
8. Development of cell culture based model for in vitro toxicity testing of diclofenac as Co-PI
1) Supplementation strategy for improved livestock production from pasture based feeding system developed
2) Anti-methanogenic, antioxidant and immune-stimulatory effects of red seaweed byproducts established.
3) Captive diets of 50 different species of wild animals were standardized.
4) Standards, guidelines and protocol on disease diagnosis and cure of wild animals in Indian zoos were developed.
5) An indirect competitive ELISA was standardized for detection of diclofenac in carcass tissues
- Current Research projects
|Title of the project||Level of association (PI/Co-PI/ Associate)||Period||Fund||Sponsoring Organization
|Evaluation of Seaweeds as novel products to augment ruminant production performance||PI||2019||2022||ICAR-NDRI|
- Achievements (Last Five Years):
- Supplementation strategy for improved livestock production from pasture based feeding system developed
- Means of reducing feed cost in pig rearing in North-East India suggested
- Anti-methanogenic, antioxidant and immune-stimulatory effects of red seaweed byproducts established.
- Optimized the of levels of energy and crude protein in the diet of captive blackbuck.
- Optimized the of level of concentrates and roughage source in the diet of captive spotted deer
- Improved feeding management practices for semi-captive Asiatic elephant were suggested.
- Captive diets of 50 different species of wild animals were standardized.
- Standards, guidelines and protocol on disease diagnosis and cure of wild animals in Indian zoos were developed.
- An indirect competitive ELISA was standardized for detection of diclofenac in carcass tissues.
- A molecular marker for identification of sex in gyps vulture using W-specific nested primer as well as with a common CHD specific primer pair was developed.
Awards and Recognitions
|Distinctions/ Awards/ recognitions received, if any|
|Name of fellowship||Sponsor||Level||Year|
|Junior NDRI Fellowship||National Dairy Research Institute||M.Sc.||1990-1992|
|Senior NDRI Fellowship||National Dairy Research Institute||Ph.D.||1990-1992|
|Fellow||Animal Nutrition Association of India||–||2014|
|Name of award||Sponsoring authority||Year of award||Value of award|
|“Dr. K. Pradhan Young Scientist Award”||Animal Nutrition Society of India||2001||Rs 2000 and certificate|
|Best Poster Presentation Award||Animal Nutrition Association of India||2010||Certificate|
|Best Poster Presentation Award||Animal Nutrition Association of India||2016||Certificate|
|Third Best Oral Poster Presentation||Animal Nutrition Society of India||2018||Certificate|
|Best Poster Presentation Award||Animal Nutrition Association of India||2018||Certificate|
|Best oral Presentation Award||Animal Nutrition Association of India||2018||Certificate|
|Certificate of Appreciation||Royal Society for Protection of Birds, UK||2010||Certificate|
|Chairman, Health Evaluation Committee||Pandit Govind Ballbh Pant high Altitude Zoo, Nainital.||2010-2018||–|
|Chief Editor||Indian Journal of Animal Nutrition||2019 onwards|
|Editor||Animal Nutrition and Feed Technology||2005, 2016 onwards||–|
|Member, Animal Ethics Committee
|Regional Research Institute of Himalayan Flora, Central Council for Research on Ayurvedic Sciences, Tarikhet, Uttarakhand.||2010||–|
|Member||Health Evaluation Committee Lucknow Zoo||2013||–|
|Member||Health Evaluation Committee, Kanpur Zoo||2014||–|
|Member||Committee Chaired by Dr. K. Pradhan for updating the nutrient requirements of livestock, poultry and fish (Sub-committee on Wild, Pet and Laboratory animals), ICAR, New Delhi||2010||–|
|Member||Committee on Health evaluation and feed safety in Indian zoos, formed by CZA(MoEF)|
|Member, Editorial Board||Animal Nutrition and Feed Technology||2015||–|
|Reviewer||1. European Journal of Wildlife Research (Thomson Reuter IF 1.184)
2. Zoo Biology (Thomson Reuter IF 0.928)
3. Ethology, Ecology and Evolution (Thomson Reuter IF 1.582)
4. Journal of Veterinary Medical Sciences (Thomson Reuter IF 0.803)
5. African Journal of Agricultural Research (Thomson Reuter IF 0.051)
6. Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition (Thomson Reuter IF 1.703)
7. Mammal Study (Thomson Reuter IF 0.426)
8. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science (Thomson Reuter IF 1.014)
9. Journal of Applied Animal Research (Thomson Reuter IF 0.826)
10. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences India B. Biological Sci
11. Animal Nutrition and Feed Technology (Thomson Reuter IF 0.30)
12. Indian Journal of Animal Nutrition