Bmc Biology Acceptance Rate

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The definition of journal acceptance rate is the percentage of all articles submitted to BMC Biology that was accepted for publication. Based on the Journal Acceptance Rate Feedback System database, the latest acceptance rate of BMC Biology is 36.4%.

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Petrzilek and colleagues describe how stochastic events can create a transcriptional unit in the genome, which can evolve into a protein-coding gene, remain, or disappear during evolution in our “Evolutionary Genomics” collection.

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Orsai is a crucial component of lipid homeostasis in Drosophila, coordinating the fat body’s responses to stage-specific demands.

According to Xie and colleagues, folate affects the translation and methylation of the m5C gene in neural stem cells.

Aivars Cirulis, Bengt Hansson and Jessica K. Abbott

Published 6 Jul 2022

ResearchKey evolutionary dynamics of both Continental and Southern Europeans are recapitulated by the Italian population’s genome, according to Marco Sazzini et al. Published on: 22 May 2020.

Research by Ellen Coombs et al. on wonky whales: the evolution of cranial asymmetry in cetaceans Published on: 10 July 2020.

ReviewX-ray computed tomography in life sciencesShelley D. Rawson et al. Buzz Baum and David Baum were created through a merger, which was published on February 27, 2020.

Focus: Ancient DNA

Latest Papers: Ancient DNA and Human Evolution

According to research on ancient human haplotypes, 5hmC serves as an epigenetic cue for NCO recombination, according to Bernt Lee and colleagues. Published in BMC Biology 4 August 2022.

Miocene European primates only occasionally co-occurred because of palaeoecological differences, according to Daniel DeMiguel et al. Published in BMC Biology 19 January 2021.

Analysis of extremely short ancient DNA sequences: quantifying and reducing spurious alignmentsCesare de Filippo et al. Published in BMC Biology 25 October 2021.

Using ancient DNA and paleogenomics to elucidate the biology and origins of domestic animalsGillian P McHugo, Michael J. Dover and David E. MacHugh Published in BMC Biology 02 December 2019.

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Special issueMicrobiome Biology BMC Biology

Thematic seriesEngineering Biology BMC Biology

Special issueCancer Metabolism BMC Biology and Cancer & Metabolism

Cross journal collectionIn the Light of Evolution

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What is the rank of BMC Biology?

BMC Biology’s overall rank is 741 according to SCImago Journal Rank (SJR). This journal is ranked second by SCImago Journal Rank (SJR). 673.

What is the impact factor for BMC Biology?

The 2021-2022 Journal’s Impact IF of BMC Biology is 5. 914, which is just updated in 2022.

How long does it take to review BMC Biology?

First review round: 3.3 weeks. Overall rating: 3 (good).

Is BMC Biology peer reviewed?

The authors’ names and affiliations are known to the reviewers, who use a single-blind peer-review system at BMC Biology, but the reviews themselves are anonymous to the authors.

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