Archiv Tierzucht goes Open Access
We are pleased to announce that »Archiv Tierzucht« will become a fully Open Access
journal starting in January 2013 – a milestone in the further development of the journal.
»Archiv Tierzucht« will continue to provide high quality information about current
developments in animal science.
All submissions will be rigorously peer-reviewed by a panel of international experts. During a promotional period there will be no publication fees.
The Executive Editors and the Editorial Board
The journal publishes original research papers, short communications, brief reports and reviews by international researchers on scientific progress in farm animal biology. »Archiv Tierzucht« includes publications in quantitative and molecular genetics, genetic diversity, animal husbandry and welfare, physiology and reproduction of livestock. The journal addresses researchers, teachers, stakeholders of academic and educational institutions as well as industrial or governmental organisations in the field of animal production.
Leibniz Institute for Farm Animal Biology (FBN) Dummerstorf Germany
Antke-Elsabe Bugislaus Rostock, Steffen Maak Dummerstorf, Klaus Wimmers Dummerstorf
Gunther Viereck Dummerstorf (email: email@example.com)
Jörn Bennewitz Hohenheim, Eberhard von Borell Halle, Gudrun A. Brockmann Berlin, Sven Dänicke Braunschweig, Ottmar Distl Hannover, Georg Erhardt Gießen, Hans-Rudolf Fries Weihenstephan, Eildert Groeneveld Mariensee, Peter Horn Kaposvár, Wilhelm Kanitz Dummerstorf, Joachim Krieter Kiel, Ernst Ritter Rostock, Karl Schellander Bonn, Armin M. Scholz München, Manfred Schwerin Dummerstorf, Hermann H. Swalve Halle, Anne Valle Zárate Hohenheim, Ruqian Zhao Nanjing
Submit a manuscript via Editorial Manager: http://www.editorialmanager.com/arch-tierz