Development


Development
Development  
Titre abrégé Development
Discipline Biologie du développement
Langue Anglais
Directeur de publication Olivier Pourquié
Publication
Maison d’édition Company of Biologists (Université de Cambridge) (Drapeau de Grande-Bretagne Royaume-Uni)
Période de publication 1953 à aujourd'hui
Facteur d’impact
d'après l’ISI
7,194 (2009)
Fréquence 24 numéros par an
Accès ouvert Partiel (6 mois après publication)
Indexation
ISSN 0950-1991 (papier)
1477-9129 (web)
LCCN 89655551
CODEN DEVPED
OCLC 15088415
Liens

Development est une revue scientifique bimensuelle à comité de lecture couvrant tous les champs de la génétique évolutive du développement allant de la biologie cellulaire, des cellules souches, la biologie moléculaire, la génétique, le développement à la physiologie, la morphogénèse, l'organogénèse et l'évolution[1]. Les archives du journal sont disponibles en libre accès 6 mois après publication.

D'après le Journal Citation Reports, le facteur d'impact de ce journal était de 7,194 en 2009. L'actuel directeur de publication est Olivier Pourquié[2].

Histoire

Au cours de son histoire, le journal a changé de nom :

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