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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. It has a delayed open access policy, and makes articles available online without a subscription after 12 months have elapsed since first publication. Since 2010, it is published online-only. George Harrison Shull was the founding editor of Genetics in 1916. Its 2014 impact factor is 5.963.
|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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