Journal of Morphology and Anatomy is a peer reviewed, open access journal that aims to understand human anatomy by analyzing its structure, function, development and evolution. The Journal also publishes original research articles on macroscopic anatomy, histological development, Morphological Sciences, Cell and Molecular Biology, Macroscopic Human Anatomy, and Microscopic Human Anatomy. Topics related to Macroscopic Animal Anatomy, Microscopic Animal Anatomy, History of Morphological Sciences, Morphology and Arts, Education in Morphology. It also publishes about the techniques for the Study of Morphology, Clinical Anatomy, Compared Anatomy, Pathological Anatomy, Anatomy and Anthropology, Embryology and Cell Biology. Morphology Applied to other Sciences like phonology, syntax, and semantics, the acquisition and processing of morphological information, mental lexicon, and morphological variation and change, models of morphology, morphological typology, the position of morphology in the architecture of the human language, and the evolution of language. The volume 3 includes the various aspects of morphology and anatomy has discussed by the authors from different parts of the world. In the research article, Mngu-Suur KR, et al. studied Morphometric Study the Male Reproductive Organs of the African Striped Ground Squirrel (Xerus erythropus) . Iyiola S, et al. has discussed about the proliferation index of breast cancer among the Nigerian women is similar to other women from most parts of the world. The delay in presentation leads to high grades and advanced disease at presentation which eventually cause death . Iyiola S et al. in their research article evaluated Mini Chromosomes Maintenance Complex Binding Protein as an Alternative Breast Cancer Cells Proliferative Marker to Monoclonal Ki67 . Nnadozie O, et al. investigated Assessment of the Morphological Development of the Thymus in Turkey (Meleagris gallopavo) . Abera M, et al. reviewed Maize Lethal Necrosis a Viral Disease, an Emerging Treat to Maize Production in Ethiopia in their review article . Parés-Casanova PM has demonstrated in his research article about the results of this study raise future questions about the influence of skull biomechanics on its asymmetrical development, but also about how management, ingesta-specific properties (such as abrasiveness) and domestication can influence this response .