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|Edited by||Mark Johnston|
|After 12 months|
Genetics is a monthly scientific journal publishing investigations bearing on heredity, genetics, biochemistry and molecular biology. Genetics is published by the Genetics Society of America. As with many other journals published by scientific societies, it has a delayed-open access policy, and makes articles available online without a subscription after 12 months have elapsed since first publication.
|George Harrison Shull||1916-1925|
|Donald F. Jones||1926-1935|
|L. C. Dunn||1936-1939|
|Marcus Morton Rhoades||1940-1946|
|R. A. Brink and James F. Crow||1952-1956|
|Clarence Paul Oliver and Wilson Stone||1957-1962|
|David D. Perkins||1963-1967|
|F. W. Caspari||1968-1972|
|John W. Drake||1982-1996|
|Elizabeth W. Jones||1996-2008|
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