Research & Reviews: International Journals We are an open-access journal publication that aims to serve authors and readers (scientists as well as general masses) by providing them an easy and reliable source of knowledge. We publish 42 International Journals dispersing advance knowledge in the field of Pharmacy, Medical, Nursing, Dental, Agriculture, Engineering Technology and Arts. Certified by American Montessori Council, we have developed a unique education system that is a blend of our Ancient Vedic Educations with the practice equipment of Montessori system. Research & Reviews: Journal of Zoological Sciences Volume 6, Issue 1 Antifungal Activity of Isolates Obtained from the Nest Material of Crematogaster rogenhoferi Mayr 1879 Hymenoptera Myrmicinae Ebormi S Langshiang and Sudhanya Ray Hajong Small Ruminant Production and Constraints in Lanfuro Woreda Southern Ethiopia Yibrah Tekle, Mulugeta Ftiwi and Asmelash Tassew The Asian House Gecko Hemidactylus frenatus Sauria Gekkonidae Contributes to the Control of Hematophagous Mosquitoes in Urban Areas of the Mexican State of Morelos Yirdael Muniz Corona, Maria Guadalupe BustosZagal, Ruben CastroFranco and Patricia TrujilloJimenez Production Performance of Young Pigs in Varying Ambient Temperature and Cold Stress Response and Management A Review Jamila Fatima L Saturno, HongSeok Mun, GyeongIl Kim, DaeHun Kim and ChulJu Yang Genetic Characterization of Three Species of the Genus Cornudiscoides Kulkarni 1969 Monogenoidea Dactylogyridae Parasitizing Long Whiskered Cat Fish Sperata aor Ham Using Ribosomal and Mitochondrial DNA Verma Jyoti, Rajvanshi Saroj and Nirupama Agrawal Dietary Supplementation of PolyHydroxybutyrate on the Growth Digestive Enzymes Activity and Body Composition of Rainbow Trout Onchorynchus mykiss Tehmina Yaqoob, Noor Khan, Murat Arslan, Fatih Korkmaz, eyda Tacer, Cuneyt Suzer and Sadaf Dogar Relationships Between Fish Length Otolith Size of Diplodus vulgaris from Boughrara and El Bibane Lagoons Southeastern Tunisia Maissa Khedher and Manel Fatnassi Aspartame and Monosodium Glutamate Disturb Antioxidant Status of Male Albino Rat Magda M ElEzaby, NassrAllah H AbdEl Hameid, Eman M Shaheen, Marwa AE Abd ElMaksoud and Musaab MR Embashi