Agri Gene

Agri Gene - ISSN 2352-2151
Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP): 0.182 Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP):
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Volumes: Volumes 11-14
Issues: 4 issues
ISSN: 23522151

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Agri Gene publishes papers that focus on the regulation, expression, function and evolution of genes in crop plants, farm animals, and agriculturally important insects and microorganisms.

Agri Gene strives to be a diverse journal and topics in multiple fields will be considered for publication so long as their main focus is on agriculturally important organisms (plants, animals, insects, or microorganisms). Although not limited to the following, some examples of potential topics include:

  • Gene discovery and characterization.
  • Genetic markers to guide traditional breeding.
  • Genetic effects of transposable elements.
  • Evolutionary genetics, molecular evolution, population genetics, and phylogenetics.
  • Profiling of gene expression and genetic variation.
  • Biotechnology and crop or livestock improvement.
  • Genetic improvement of biological control microorganisms.
  • Genetic control of secondary metabolic pathways and metabolic enzymes of crop pathogens.
  • Transcription analysis of beneficial or pest insect developmental stages

Agri Gene encourages submission of novel manuscripts that present a reasonable level of analysis, functional relevance and/or mechanistic insight. Agri Gene also welcomes papers that have predominantly a descriptive component but improve the essential basis of knowledge for subsequent functional studies, or which provide important confirmation of recently published discoveries provided that the information is new.