AGA Council Elections Now ON
AGA Members, look for the email with subject header ’2014 AGA Election’ — if you don’t see it, contact Anjanette at email@example.com.
We have great candidates — Lynda Delph and Christina Burch for President; Sean Mullen, Adam Jones, Hope Hollocher and Kirsten Bomblies for Council.
The American Breeders Association held its first meeting in 1903 to discuss the ‘new’ science of Genetics for practical breeding of plants and animals. In 1914, the ABA became the American Genetic Association.
Today, the AGA continues to disseminate achievements in genetics through the Journal of Heredity. The Journal, in print for over 100 years, publishes organismal research in areas of general interest to the genetics community.
The AGA funds an annual President’s Symposium, small conferences and workshops through its Special Events Awards, and the Stephen J O’Brien award to recognize the best student-authored article each year.
*Subscription to Journal of Heredity — in print or online only
*Access to the entire Journal archive — continuous since 1905
*Special Events Awards
*Stephen J O’Brien Student Awards
*Supporting a society that supports the genetics community
STUDENT MEMBERSHIP ONLY $26!
The button link takes you to the subscription site. Scroll to Members – American Genetic Association and click on the appropriate price to download an order form. Or, to purchase online by credit card, click Add to Basket.
The AGA has eliminated Journal of Heredity’s page charges in for articles of up to 10 pages for all authors.
Journal of Heredity covers organismal genetics: conservation genetics of endangered species, population structure and phylogeography, molecular evolution and speciation, molecular genetics of disease resistance in plants and animals, genetic biodiversity and relevant computer programs.