BAG. Journal of Basic & Applied Genetics
Journal of the Argentine Society of Genetics
BAG. Journal of Basic and Applied Genetics is an open access electronic journal that publishes original contributions in Spanish and English -with no processing charge for authors- related to all areas of Genetics in a broad sense, including Human, Animal and Plant Genetics and Cytogenetics, Human Genetics, Medical Genetics, Animal Breeding, Plant Breeding, Molecular Genetics, Mutagenesis, Population Genetics and Evolution.
Contributions in related disciplines or areas (Biochemistry, Physiology, Systematics, among others) can also be considered if they contain information of direct significance for genetics in a broad sense. The objective of the journal, directed to researchers, professionals, and university professors and students, is to contribute to the advancement of disciplinary knowledge.
AVAILABILITY OF PUBLISHED CONTRIBUTIONS, ACCESS AND REUSE POLICIES AND INFORMATION SERVICES
All materials published in this site are open access and freely available. The complete journal (with covers) is also published in the web page of SAG, under the same policies.
The articles published in this journal are under the licence Creative Commons: Attribution – Non Commercial – Share equally
TYPES OF CONTRIBUTIONS
2. Reviews on topics of actual interest; they can be sent directly or by invitation.
3. Short communications: as the original works, they have to be completely documented, but should be no more than two pages long. This type includes descriptions/comments on methodologies, cultivar registration, molecular sequences, information on new software, among others.
4. Book reviews: of relevance for the discipline or a particular area, published within the last two years. They should be no more than half a page long.
5. Letters to the journal: they can include debates, view points, topics of actual interest, among others. They should be no more than half a page long.
Code of Conduct
The journal adheres to the Code of Ethics established by the Intenational Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICJME). In compliance of this code, the journal will guarantee the scientific quality of the publications and the adequate response to the necessities of both readers and authors.
All contributions are subjected to detection of plagiarism. If either total or partial plagiarism (without the corresponding citation) is detected, the manuscript will not enter the editorial process, and the author will be immediately notified, with the reason of rejection.