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Ecological genetics

Journal: fundamental medical and biology peer-review journal

Editor-in-Cheif: professor Sergei G. Inge-Vechtomov 


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History: publishes from 2003





The journal Ecological genetics is an  international multi-disciplinary journal which accepts for consideration original manuscripts that clarify all aspects of interactions between genetic and ecological processes on any types of organisms and on all levels of living system organization, from molecular to ecosystem.

The editorial board accepts manuscripts that reflect the results of field and experimental studies, and fundamental research of broad conceptual and/or comparative context.

We welcome the publication of materials that:

  • make a significant contribution to the development of general biological theory and methodology of ecological and genetic research;
  • contribute to a better understanding of genetic mechanisms of the regulation of intra– and inter–species interactions of organisms, as well as ‘organism–environment’ interactions;
  • contribute to a better understanding of modern issues in general biology.

Publications of the journal would be of interest to a wide range of specialists in the fields of ecology, genetics, biochemistry, general biology, evolutionary theory, as well as for physicians and teachers and students of various biological and medical profiles.





Ecological genetics publishes original research and review articles within the scope of the journal.

There are 6 major topics in the journal:

1. Genetic fundamentals of ecosystems evolution

2. Genetic toxicology

3. Human ecological genetics

4. Systems biology in ecological genetics

5. Genetic education

6. History, personalities, information, critical reviews



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Vol 15, No 1 (2017)

Predator odor induces genome instability in the mouse bone marrow cells
Glinin T.S., Starshova P.A., Shubina V.A., Anisimova M.V., Bondarenko A.A., Moshkin M.P., Daev E.V.
Ecological genetics. 2017;15(1):4-11
Productivity and stress-tolerance of transgenic tobacco plants with constitutive expression of rapeseed glutathione synthetase gene BnGSH
Kuluev B.R., Berezhneva Z.A., Mikhaylova E.V., Postrigan B.N., Knyazev A.V.
Ecological genetics. 2017;15(1):12-19
Diversity of the species of genus Avena revealed by morphological characters and resistance to Fusarium infection of grain
Gagkaeva T.Y., Gavrilova O.P., Orina A.A., Blinova E.V., Loskutov I.G.
Ecological genetics. 2017;15(1):20-29
Low level of genetic differentiation among populations of the rare species Allium regelianum A.K. Becker ex Iljin from the Volgograd region detected by ISSR-analysis
Trifonova A.A., Kochieva E.Z., Kudryavtsev A.M.
Ecological genetics. 2017;15(1):30-37
Genetic polymorphism of natural isolates of Nosema Pyrausta (Microsporidia: Nosematidae)
Grushevaya I.V., Ignatieva A.N., Malysh J.M., Trepashko L.I., Tokarev Y.S., Frolov A.N.
Ecological genetics. 2017;15(1):38-43
Prevalence rates of Wolbachia endosymbiotic bacterium in natural populations of Ostrinia Nubilalis and Ostrinia Scapulalis (Lepidoptera: Pyraloidea: Crambidae) in South-Western Russia
Tokarev Y.S., Yudina M.A., Malysh J.M., Bykov R.A., Frolov A.N., Grushevaya I.V., Ilinsky Y.Y.
Ecological genetics. 2017;15(1):44-49
R577X polymorphism of alpha-actinin-3 in human populations of North-Eastern Asia
Malyarchuk B.A., Derenko M.V., Denisova G.A.
Ecological genetics. 2017;15(1):50-56
Investigation of paraoxonase 1 activity of the workers at the plant, who have long-term contact with organophosphorus compounds
Razgildina N.D., Miroshnikova V.V., Fomichev A.V., Malisheva E.V., Panteleeva A.A., Pchelina S.N.
Ecological genetics. 2017;15(1):57-63
Retsenziya na knigu S.K. Abileva i V.M. Glazera «Mutagenez s osnovami gentoksikologii»
Inge-Vechtomov S.G.
Ecological genetics. 2017;15(1):64-64