Note -- If you want to write about a JHered article, email email@example.com to access the list of papers already assigned
1. Journal of Heredity articles from the most recently published issue
2. articles published on Advance Access (which will appear in the next issue)
3. articles from the past year’s issues
4. older articles if they illustrate a current news item, idea being debated, etc.
Example: Covid-19 may have come from highly endangered, illegally traded pangolins. Molecular tracing of pangolins is the subject of Gaubert et al. 2017. For more on software to trace trafficked species, see Zhao et al. 2019.
5. themes explored in Journal of Heredity articles, e.g., Urban Evolution, Pigmentation Genes, Horse Genetics
6. articles from recent work in other journals that is in keeping with the main aims and missions of the American Genetic Association and the Journal of Heredity
7. your own field work
8. recent AGA-sponsored workshops
9. interviews with AGA council members, editorial board members, Journal of Heredity authors
First, follow the steps in About the Blog -- become an AGA member, and submit your post idea. Once it's accepted, start writing!
Last but not least:
All photos need to be appropriately captioned, providing the copyright information. This could be from the JHered paper itself by providing the figure number, appropriate link to the paper, and the reference. If you find an image via Google, make sure that the image is labeled for re-use and under a Creative Commons license. In Google, this is under Tools --> Usage rights - select Creative Commons Licenses. All writers need to provide the appropriate copyrights to the Editor of Social Media along with their submission, otherwise their submission will be returned until they provide that information.
The Editorial Board announces a new article category, Genome Resources, for manuscripts that describe genome assembly resources of practical value to the broader scientific community