Copyright Guidelines 

All articles published in Biological Sciences are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (CC BY 4.0). This means that the authors retain the copyright to their work while granting IR Research Publication the right to publish, distribute, and archive the work. Readers and users are free to:

  • Copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format.
  • Remix, transform, and build upon the material for any purpose, even commercially.


Users must provide appropriate attribution to the original author(s) and the source, indicating if changes were made. Proper attribution includes, but is not limited to, providing a link to the original work and indicating any changes made.

No Additional Restrictions

The CC BY 4.0 license allows for the broadest possible use and reuse of the content. No additional restrictions — such as technological measures, legal terms, or contractual arrangements — may be applied that would limit the rights granted by the CC BY 4.0 license.

Author's Moral Rights

The CC BY 4.0 license does not affect the moral rights of the authors. Authors retain the right to be properly attributed, and any use of the work that infringes on the author's moral rights is not permitted.


Any exceptions to the standard CC BY 4.0 license terms must be explicitly indicated for specific articles. Such exceptions will be clearly stated in the article's metadata or accompanying information.

Archiving and Preservation

The journal, Biological Sciences, is committed to archiving and preserving all published content. This includes ensuring that the CC BY 4.0 license terms remain attached to the work for perpetuity.

Compliance with CC BY 4.0 Standards

Biological Sciences adheres to the standards and requirements of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. Authors are encouraged to familiarize themselves with the terms of the license and ensure compliance.

Reporting violation

Any privileges of copyright violation must be addressed to the Editor at with the subject line "Copyright violation ". The IR Research Publication board holds the sole right to choose the legitimacy of any such cases. After pondering, if the case is discovered and justified, the concerned publication will be taken out immediately from the archives of our website. The copyright violation is found by a recorded proof supporting a similar form as being published or copyrighted or patented before the date of distribution of the concerned Biological Sciences article then the author must provide an oral & written explanation in Infront of the original author and editorial board constituted by the chief editor Biological Science.

Review and Modification

These copyright terms are subject to periodic review and may be modified to align with changes in open access licensing standards. Authors and users will be notified of any changes.