“Open Access” as a publishing model was adopted by SUMAE for all her journals; Turkish Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (TrJFAS), Genetics of Aquatic Organisms (GenAqua) and Aquaculture Studies (Aquast) with the aim of retaining, reflecting and redistributing knowledge amongst researchers and scientists.


Turkish Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences” (TrJFAS) is a refereed academic journal has been published by Central Fisheries Research Institute of Turkey and Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).

[toggle title=”About” color=”white”] It aims to address research and needs of all working and studying within the many varied areas of fisheries and aquatic sciences. The Journal publishes English language original research papers, critical review articles, short communications and technical notes on applied or scientific research relevant to freshwater, brackish and marine environments. TrJFAS was published biannually (April & November) between 2001 and 2009. A great number of manuscripts have been submitted to the journal for review from acceptance of the SCI index. Thereby, the journal has been published quarterly (March, June, September and December) from 2010 to 2017. The journal has been publishing monthly since January 2018. [/toggle] [toggle title=”Indexing” color=”white”] ✓ Science Citation Index (SCI-Expanded List)
✓ Scopus
✓ ASFA (Aquatic Sciences & Fisheries Abstracts)
✓ BIOSIS Previews
✓ Biological Abstracts
✓ CAB Abstracts
✓ ULAKBIM (Turkish National Academic Network and Information Center)
✓ Zoological Record [/toggle] [toggle title=”Top Articles” color=”white”]
  1. Effects of Waterborne ZnO Nanoparticles and Zn2+ Ions on the Gills of Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss): Bioaccumulation, Histopathological and Ultrastructural Changes
  2. Study of the Bioaccumulation of UO22+ onto the Green Microalgae Botryococcus braunii Using Response Surface Methodology
  3. Innate Immune Responses in Fish: Antigen Presenting Cells and Professional Phagocytes
  4. Trophic Interactions of Two Ponto-Caspian Gobies in the Turkish Part of Their Native Range
  5. Effects of Stocking Density on Growth, Body Composition, Digestive Enzyme Levels and Blood Biochemical Parameters of Anguilla marmorata in a Recirculating Aquaculture System
  6. Investigation of Toxicity Properties of Flower-like ZnO Nanoparticles on Cyprinus carpio Sperm Cells Using Computer-Assisted Sperm Analysis (CASA)
  7. Comparative Growth Performance, in vivo Digestibility and Enzyme Activities of Labeo rohita Fed with DORB Based Formulated Diet and Commercial Carp Feed
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The journal publishes original research articles, reviews, and short communications as well as technical notes biannually – in July and December.

[toggle title=”About” color”white”] GenAqua covers all kind of studies related to aquatic organisms from germs to mammals found in marine, limnetic and brackish habitats as follows:

✦ Genetics
  • Population Genetics
  • Molecular Genetics
  • Phylogenetic
  • High-throughput Image Analysis
  • Computational Genomics
  • Proteomics
  • Analysis of Gene expression and Regulation
  • Comparative Genomics
  • Computational Proteomics
  • Bioinformatic
✦ Biotechnology
  • Selective Breeding
  • Polyploidy
  • Gynogenesis
  • Androgenesis
  • Reversal Gene Transfer
  • Cryopreservation
✦ Biodiversity [/toggle] [toggle title=”Indexing” color=”white”] ✓ Scopus
✓ ASFA (Aquatic Sciences & Fisheries Abstracts)
✓ Zoological Record
✓ Biological Abstracts
✓ BIOSIS Previews
✓ ProQuest
✓ CAB Abstracts
✓ Crossref
✓ Google Scholar [/toggle] [toggle title=”Top Articles” color=”white”]
  1. Advances in Molecular Markers and Their Applications in Aquaculture and Fisheries
  2. DNA Barcoding of Tetraodontidae Species from the Mediterranean Sea: Filling Knowledge Gaps for Improved Taxonomic Accuracy
  3. DNA Authentication of Asian Redtail Catfish Hemibagrus nemurus from Musi and Penukal River, South Sumatra Indonesia
  4. Genetic Relationship of Snappers (Family: Lutjanidae) from Indian Waters Using SDS-PAGE Technique
  5. Effects of Triploid Induction to the Early Cleavage Patterns of Black Sea Turbot (Psetta maxima) Embryos
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“Aquaculture Studies” is the successor to the “Yunus Research Bulletin” (Yunus Araştırma Bülteni). Based on the experience and strengths of its predecessor, Aquaculture Studies has been developed to create a truly international forum for the communication of research in aquaculture science. Aquaculture Studies is a refereed academic journal has been published biannually (June & November), free of charge and open accessed by Central Fisheries Research Institute. It covers research and requirements of all works within the areas of aquaculture.

[toggle title=”About” color”white”] The Journal publishes English language original research papers, critical review articles, short communications and technical notes on applied and scientific research relevant to freshwater, brackish and marine environments. It aims to address all aquaculture studies releated aquatic organisms such as:

  • The biology, physiology and pathology of cultured fish, crustaceans, molluscs
  • Cultured of alternative aquatic species
  • The developments of broodstock management techniques
  • Animal welfare; nutrition, feeding and stocking practices especially as they affect the health, behaviour, appetite, conversion efficiency and growth rates of cultured species
  • The developments of sustainable production techniques
  • The design and management of both offshore and land-based systems, as well as the integration and application of improved scientific and engineering technologies
  • Novel processing technologies and techniques for aquaculture products
  • The sociological, societal impacts and techno-economic assessments of aquaculture
  • [/toggle] [toggle title=”Indexing” color=”white”] ✓ Scopus
    ✓ ASFA (Aquatic Sciences & Fisheries Abstracts)
    ✓ CAB Abstracts
    ✓ ULAKBIM (Turkish National Academic Network and Information Center)
    ✓ Crossref
    ✓ Google Scholar [/toggle] [toggle title=”Top Articles” color=”white”]
    1. Fatty Acid Profiles in Wild Axillary Seabream (Pagellus acarne) versus Cage-Aggregated and Cage-Farmed Fish with Reference to Nutritional Contribution for Human Consumers
    2. Preliminary Effects of Dietary Protein Levels on Muscle Quality and Digestive Enzyme Activities in GIFT-Oreochromis niloticus
    3. Vitellogenesis of Giant Gourami (Osphronemus goramy) Examined by the Measurement of Estradiol-17β, Vitellogenin Concentration and the Size of Ovary
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