Diyala Journal for Veterinary Sciences (DJVS), is a quarterly open access , double blind peer review journal registered under ISSN -print (2410-8863)and ISSN-Online (2958-6178) .DJVS publish  a recent advance veterinary studies in both basic and clinical aspects that substantially enhance understanding of disease epidemiology, etiology, pathophysiology; the development of prognostic and diagnostic technologies; trials that test the efficacy of specific interventions and those that compare different treatments; and systematic reviews in veterinary medicine and zoonoses.

       DJVS aims to promote the translation of veterinary basic research into clinical investigations, and of clinical evidence into practice. DJVS publish studies in animal models when they report outstanding research findings that are highly clinically relevant to human. DJVS's audience is both the national and international veterinary community as well as educators, and interested members of the public in Iraq and around the world.
    DJVS publishes veterinary Informatics, Basic Science, Clinical Science, Case reports, Brief Communication, Public Health, and Review Article from all fields of Veterinary medicine and related fields.

Vol. 2 No. 2 (2024): Diyala Journal for Veterinary Sciences

This Quaterly  Issue is provided by Diyala Journal for Veterinary Sciences

Published: 10-06-2024

General Biology of Sand Fly: A review

Suha Tarik Al-Biatee, Shaimaa Ahmed Majeed, Haider Mohammed Ali sadiq AL-Rubaie


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       Diyala Journal for Veterinary Sciences (DJVS) Editorial Board members oversee the peer review process for the journal, including evaluating submissions, selecting reviewers and assessing their comments, and making editorial decisions. Together with Advisory Editorial Board Members they are involved in the development of journal policies and ethics standards and work to promote the DJVS mission to provide resources, support, and advice for early-stage researchers in their journey from writing to publishing their scientific papers while at the same time making free public access to scientific research.


    Assist.Prof. Dr. Aws El-Muntaser 

Editorial Manager