Call for Papers on Special Issue ‘Adaptive responses of plants: An Eco-Evo-Devo perspective’, guest edited by Dr. Yves Deveaux! Find more information here https://bit.ly/3pg2s5c
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DGE accepts the following article formats Original Papers, Short Communications, Reviews, Perspective articles, Technical Notes, and “Database Corner”.
Share your ideas for Special Issues, Reviews, or Collections with the Editor-in-Chief Dr. Angelika Stollewerk and the Reviews Editor Dr. Kristen Panfilio.
Development Genes and Evolution publishes high-quality reports on all aspects of developmental and evolutionary biology. This builds on the journal’s long history of focusing on developmental mechanisms from a broad perspective. The topics covered by the journal are exemplified by the following themes:
- Developmental processes of all life stages in model and non-model organisms
- Developmental diversity and evolution of plants and animals
- Genes and pattern formation, cell lineages and fate maps
- Cellular mechanisms of morphogenesis and organogenesis
- Stem cells and regeneration in development and evolution
- Quantitative genetics and functional genomics of developmental processes
- Evolution of developmentally relevant genes
- Ecological influence on developmental and evolutionary processes (eco-evo-devo)
Details on specific article formats are provided on the Submission Guidelines page find here https://bit.ly/2MZtf8K
Open Access funding and support find here https://bit.ly/3782jdS
Highlights on our publication procedures
- No page charges
- Free color figures in print and online!
- Up-to-date information on Optional Open Access Publication Fee (APC) can be found under “Learn about publishing OA with us”
- The journal operates under single-blind peer review model
For further information on publishing open access through institutional open access agreements, please see https://bit.ly/3beV19x
DGE History in short
A short outline on the journal's history of shaping and keeping pace with changing perspectives on developmental biology research:
- Founded in 1894 as Archiv für Entwicklungsmechanik der Organismen by Wilhelm Roux.
- Continued from 1925 as Wilhelm Roux’ Archiv für Entwicklungsmechanik der Organismen, edited by Benno Romeis, Hans Spemann, Walther Vogt, Otto Mangold, Alfred Kūhn, Gerhard Krause.
- Continued from 1975 as Wilhelm Roux’ Archives of Developmental Biology, edited by Gerhard Krause, Rudolf Weber.
- Continued from 1985 as Roux’ Archives of Developmental Biology, edited by Rudolf Weber, Klaus Sander.
- Continued from 1996 as Development, Genes and Evolution, edited by Diethard Tautz (1996-2004), Volker Hartenstein (2004-2015), Angelika Stollewerk (2016- ).
- Angelika Stollewerk
- Publishing model
- Hybrid (Transformative Journal). Learn about publishing Open Access with us
- 1.339 (2019)
- Impact factor
- 1.797 (2019)
- Five year impact factor
- 55 days
- Submission to first decision
- 121 days
- Submission to acceptance
- 94,277 (2020)
Expression patterns of signalling molecules and transcription factors in the early rabbit embryo and their significance for modelling amniote axis formation
Evolutionary divergence of a Hoxa2b hindbrain enhancer in syngnathids mimics results of functional assays
Morphological changes during the post-embryonic ontogeny of mesothelan spiders and aspects of character evolution in early spiders
The color pattern inducing gene wingless is expressed in specific cell types of campaniform sensilla of a polka-dotted fruit fly, Drosophila guttifera
As a result of the significant disruption that is being caused by the COVID-19 pandemic we are very aware that many researchers will have difficulty in meeting the timelines associated with our peer review process during normal times. Please do let us know if you need additional time. Our systems will continue to remind you of the original timelines but we intend to be highly flexible at this time.
Read more about the aims and scope of this special issue.
Invite to read this Open Access Review on Experimental duplication of bilaterian body axes in spider embryos: Holm’s organizer and self-regulation of embryonic fields
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