Development Genes and Evolution publishes high quality reports on all major aspects of development biology. The journal is a continuation of "Roux's Archives of Development Biology" and, as such, it follows the tradition initiated by Wilhelm Roux, who founded the journal in 1890 as a forum for the exchange of ideas to promote experimental embryology. Over the years, the journal has evolved in accordance with the evolution of the discipline. The change of name to Development Genes and Evolution manifests the journal's new, broader scope. The journal reports on experimental work at the systemic, cellular and molecular levels in the field of animal and plant systems, covering aspects of the following topics:
Developmental diversity and evolution
Genes and pattern formation in invertebrates, vertebrates and plants
Axial patterning, embryonic induction and fate maps
Neural development and cell lineages
Morphogenetic movements and the cell surface
Holdings: Vol. 206, no. 6 (Jan. 1997)--present
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