Ecological genetics

Fundamental medical and biology peer-review journal publishes from 2003

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



  • Gold Open Access for all published articles (CC BY 4.0 International license)
  • no APC and another fees from authors

Journal mission

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 one.

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.

The official languages of the journal are English and Russian. The English version of the article appears on the website three months after the publication of the Russian version.


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Current Issue

Vol 17, No 3 (2019)

1. Genetic basis of ecosystems evolution
Analysis of epitope distribution of arabinogalactan protein-extensins in pea (Pisum Sativum) nodules of wild-type and mutants impaired in infection thread growth
Tsyganova A.V., Brewin N., Tsyganov V.E.
Ecological genetics. 2019;17(3):5-12
Diversity of the gene of benzoate dioxygenase in bacterial associations isolated from long term organochlorine-contaminated soils
Nazarova E.A., Kiryanova T.D., Egorova D.O.
Ecological genetics. 2019;17(3):13-22
Sinorhizobium meliloti: chromosomal types and genomic islands
Cherkasova M.E., Muntyan V.S., Saksaganskaia A.S., Simarov B.V., Roumiantseva M.L.
Ecological genetics. 2019;17(3):23-38
Identification of sequences encoding for ncr-peptides and defensins in the ‘meta-assembly’ of transcriptome of pea (pisum sativum l.) Nitrogen-fixing nodules
Zorin E.A., Kliukova M.S., Kulaeva O.A., Afonin A.M., Tikhonovich I.A., Zhukov V.A.
Ecological genetics. 2019;17(3):39-46
Transcription factor genes involved in plant response to abiotic stress factors
Zaikina E.A., Rumyantsev S.D., Sarvarova E.R., Kuluev B.R.
Ecological genetics. 2019;17(3):47-58
Saccharomyces cerevisiae killer toxins: synthesis, mechanisms of action and practical use
Sambuk E.V., Muzaev D.M., Rumyantsev A.M., Padkina M.V.
Ecological genetics. 2019;17(3):59-73
Darkening of the color as а marker sign of reduced reproductive ability of female sable (martes zibellina) and mink (neovison vison)
Beketov S.V., Chernova I.E., Rozhkov Y.I., Toporova L.V., Karpov K.S.
Ecological genetics. 2019;17(3):75-86
2. Genetic toxicology
Bisphenol a and human diseases. Mechanisms of action
Dergacheva N.I., Patkin E.L., Suchkova I.O., Sofronov H.A.
Ecological genetics. 2019;17(3):87-98
3. Human ecological genetics
Sensitive to the effects of environmental factors miR-638 and common diseases
Kucher A.N.
Ecological genetics. 2019;17(3):99-110
Study of acetylated histone h3k9 – an active chromatin mark – in chromosomes from adult and fetal human lymphocytes
Efimova O.A., Pendina A.A., Lezhnina Y.G., Tikhonov A.V., Chiryaeva O.G., Petrova L.I., Dudkina V.S., Koltsova A.S., Krapivin M.I., Petrovskaia-Kaminskaia A.V., Talantova O.E., Kuznetzova T.V., Baranov V.S.
Ecological genetics. 2019;17(3):111-117

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