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Aquatic Biology

Aquatic Biology (AB) serves as a multidisciplinary forum for research on the biology of organisms in marine, brackish and fresh waters. Produced by the MEPS/AME team, and with an identical format, AB features the same leading standards as all IR journals:

  • high quality of scientific contributions
  • rapid publication
  • high technical standard of presentation

As of 1 January 2016, SEDAO has been incorporated into AB. Prospective authors should submit their manuscripts to AB.

Note: We are switching to a new online submission system (Manuscript Manager). New submissions must be submitted via the "Submit your manuscript" button below. For revision submissions, please refer to the instructions you received from the Editorial Office in your decision letter.

Print : ISSN 1864-7782

Online : ISSN 1864-7790

2019: 28
2018: 27
2017: 26
2016: 25
2015: 23 (
1, Vol 23, pages 1-108
2, Vol 23, pages 109-190
3Vol 23, pages 191-284
), 24 (
1, Vol 24, pages 1-79
2, Vol 24, pages 81-140
3Vol 24, pages 141-226
)
2014: 21 (
1, Vol 21, pages 1-84
2, Vol 21, pages 85-165
3Vol 21, pages 167-265
),
22Vol 22, pages 1-279
2013: 18 (
1, Vol 18, pages 1-103
2, Vol 18, pages 105-207
3Vol 18, pages 209-295
), 19 (
1, Vol 19, pages 1-95
2, Vol 19, pages 97-200
3Vol 19, pages 201-305
), 20 (
1, Vol 20, pages 1-100
2, Vol 20, pages 101-184
3Vol 20, pages 185-272
)
2012: 15 (
1, Vol 15, pages 1-98
2, Vol 15, pages 99-194
3Vol 15, pages 195-302
), 16 (
1, Vol 16, pages 1-103
2, Vol 16, pages 105-202
3Vol 16, pages 203-297
), 17 (
1, Vol 17, pages 1-96
2, Vol 17, pages 97-195
3Vol 17, pages 197-303
)
2011: 12 (
1, Vol 12, pages 1-96
2, Vol 12, pages 97-196
3Vol 12, pages 197-298
), 13 (
1, Vol 13, pages 1-95
2, Vol 13, pages 97-201
3Vol 13, pages 203-302
), 14 (
1, Vol 14, pages 1-103
2, Vol 14, pages 105-200
3Vol 14, pages 201-298
)
2010:   9 (
1, Vol 9, pages 1-105
2, Vol 9, pages 107-202
3Vol 9, pages 203-301
), 10 (
1, Vol 10, pages 1-104
2, Vol 10, pages 105-200
3Vol 10, pages 201-305
), 11 (
1, Vol 11, pages 1-99
2, Vol 11, pages 101-199
3Vol 11, pages 201-295
)
2009:   5 (
1, Vol 5, pages 1-106
2, Vol 5, pages 107-207
3Vol 5, pages 209-304
),
6Vol 6, pages 1-302
, 7 (
1-2, Vol 7, pages 1-183
3), Vol 7, pages 185-306
8 (
1, Vol 8, pages 1-103
2, Vol 8, pages 105-187
3Vol 8, pages 189-304
)
2008:   2 (
1, Vol 2, pages 1-103
2, Vol 2, pages 105-200
3Vol 2, pages 201-301
), 3 (
1, Vol 3, pages 1-99
2, Vol 3, pages 101-193
3Vol 3, pages 195-296
), 4 (
1, Vol 4, pages 1-98
2, Vol 4, pages 99-210
3Vol 4, pages 211-309
)
2007:   1 (
1, Vol 1, pages 1-98
2, Vol 1, pages 99-204
3Vol 1, pages 205-302
)

In-press articles are listed online shortly after acceptance. Prepress abstracts are also made available. These have not yet been fully checked and copyedited and are therefore subject to change before actual publication. The article is however citable as "in press", using the DOI.


Articles

B 712
Simões-Lopes PC, Daura-Jorge FG, Lodi L, Bezamat C, Costa APB, Wedekin LL
Bottlenose dolphin ecotypes of the western South Atlantic: the puzzle of dorsal fin shapes, colors and habitats
Prepress abstract

B 714
Wang T, Tanner RL, Armstrong EJ, Lindberg DR, Stillman JH
Plasticity of foot muscle and cardiac thermal limits in the limpet, Lottia limatula, from locations with differing habitat temperature
Prepress abstract

B 715
Dai Q, Suski CD
Effects of acclimation temperature on critical thermal limits and swimming performance of the state-endangered bigeye chub Hybopsis amblops
Prepress abstract

B 716
Wan JZ, Wang MZ, Qin TJ, Bu XQ, Li HL, Yu FH
Spatial environmental heterogeneity may be the driver of functional trait variation in Hydrocotyle vulgaris (Araliaceae), an aquatic plant invader
Prepress abstract

B 717
Kasprzak R, Ostaszewska T, Kamaszewski M
Effects of feeding commercial diets on the development of juvenile crucian carp (Carassius carassius): digestive tract abnormalities
Prepress abstract

B 718
Brante A, Riera R, Riquelme P
Aggressive interactions between the invasive anemone Anemonia alicemartinae and the native anemone Phymactis papillosa.
Prepress abstract

B 719
Hillmann ER, DeMarco K, La Peyre MK
Salinity and water clarity dictate seasonal variability in coastal submerged aquatic vegetation in subtropical estuarine environments
Prepress abstract

B 720
Michelsen HK, Nilssen EM, Pedersen T, Svensen C
Temporal and spatial dynamics of the invasive red king crab and native brachyuran and anomuran larvae in Norwegian waters
Prepress abstract

B 721
Paul N, Kunzmann A
Glycolytic capacities depend on developmental stage in Amphiprion ocellaris
Prepress abstract

last update: September 18, 2019

2012-2015:
1(1)Vol 1, pages 1-92
1(2)Vol 1, pages 93-173

Sexuality and Early Development in Aquatic Organisms (SEDAO) was an international journal that covered all aspects of reproduction and development in marine, brackish and freshwater organisms. As of 1 January 2016, SEDAO has been incorporated into AB.


The Editors-in-Chief were T.J. Pandian (Madurai, India) and K. Anger (Bad Malente, Germany).  


All articles published in SEDAO remain available with open access under the Creative Commons by Attribution (CC-BY) Licence.