Molecular Ecology Resources
© John Wiley & Sons Ltd
Edited By: Shawn Narum
Impact Factor: 5.626
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 7/46 (Evolutionary Biology); 13/140 (Ecology); 46/291 (Biochemistry & Molecular Biology)
Online ISSN: 1755-0998
Associated Title(s): Molecular Ecology
Molecular Ecology Resources is now indexed by PubMed.
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Changes for Molecular Ecology Resources
All PGR Note submissions received after December 31st 2008 will not be printed in Molecular Ecology Resources as individual papers. Instead, each issue will carry a summary article announcing the primers developed for each organism. This change will allow groups that develop primers to receive recognition whilst simultaneously permitting Molecular Ecology Resources to continue its development into a leading methods journal for ecology and evolutionary biology.
In these articles, the first author will be listed as “Molecular Ecology Resources Consortium”, and contributing authors will be listed in alphabetical order thereafter. An example paper can be found http://tomato.biol.trinity.edu/micro.pdf . The text of individual PGR Notes will be made available on the Molecular Ecology Resources Primer database at http://tomato.biol.trinity.edu/, where it will be directly linked to the database entry for loci themselves.
DNA Barcoding and Molecular Ecology Resources
In keeping with out commitment to enhance our reputation as a lead publishing venue of DNA barcoding papers, we will be releasing a special issue dedicated to DNA barcoding and work presented at the Canadian Barcode of Life Network 2nd Annual Science Symposium in Toronto in April 2008.
Articles published online ahead of print
Articles which have been fully copy-edited and peer-reviewed are published online through our Early View feature before the print edition of this journal is published.
Authors of articles in this journal can now choose to make their articles open access and available free for all readers through the payment of an author fee. Find out more here.
Free Online Access in the Developing World
Free online access to this journal is available within institutions in the developing world through the OARE Initiative (Online Access to Research in the Environment) in conjunction with UNEP, the United Nations Environment Programme.