Conservation Physiology 'Brighton 2016' special issue

23 Jan 2017 - By: SEB

Conservation Physiology 'SEB Brighton 2016' special issue

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The SEB's Conservation Physiology journal is publishing a special issue featuring all keynote speakers from the 'Conservation Physiology' sessions at the 2016 SEB Annual Meeting.

The issue will be assembled over the early part of 2017. In fact, the first two papers have just gone online:

Manrico Sebastiano, Marcel Eens, Frederic Angelier, Kévin Pineau, Olivier Chastel, and David Costantini. Corticosterone, inflammation, immune status and telomere length in frigatebird nestlings facing a severe herpesvirus infection. Conserv Physiol (2017) 5 (1): cow073 doi:10.1093/conphys/cow073


and

Jamilynn B. Poletto, Dennis E. Cocherell, Sarah E. Baird, Trinh X. Nguyen, Valentina Cabrera-Stagno, Anthony P. Farrell, and Nann A. Fangue. Unusual aerobic performance at high temperatures in juvenile Chinook salmon, Oncorhynchus tshawytscha. Conserv Physiol (2017) 5 (1): cow067 doi:10.1093/conphys/cow067.

Keep up to date with further submissions by signing up for email alerts here.

Publishing Discounts with Conservation Physiology


Conservation Physiology offers a rapid and constructive review process and is fully indexed in Web of Science, Scopus and Pub Med. Our first Impact Factor is due in summer 2017. 

A 50% discount on the author processing charge can be claimed on manuscripts submitted before 30 April 2017 by quoting code 'SEB Brighton'. Contact Lindsay Haddon (l.haddon@sebiology.org) for further details.

Author: SEB
Category: Science news
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