Acta Theriologica Sinica is a Chinese Mammalogy journal founded in 1981 with international interests.It publishes original research papers, scientific notes, and reviews of all fields of mammalogy. It also publishes problem discussions, book reviews, and academic information.
Editor-in-Chief: WANG Dehua
Associate Editors: FANG Shengguo, JIANG Zhigang, LI Jinhua, LUO Xiaoyan, ZHONG Wenqin, ZHAO Xinquan, ZHANG Yanming
- Mammalian subjects include: taxonomy and faunistics, ecology, physiology, biochemistry, morphology, molecule, anatomy, and rodent control. papers on investigation, protection and utilization, feeding and reproduction of endangered and economic mammals are especially welcome.
- Special emphasisis focused on the ecology of endangered mammals such as giant panda, golden monkey, Baiji Dolphin, ect.
- Published Quarterly in Chinese and all papers have English abstracts with English Explanatory tables and Figures. Papers written in English are welcome.
- Exchanged or subscribed in over 30 countries and areas
- Indexed by: Biological Abstracts (U.S.A.), Zoological Record (U.K.), Biological Abstracts (Russia), Bilolgical Abstracts (Chinese), and other abstracting journals.
Manuscripts and letters to the editorial office should be addressed to:
Editorial Board of Acta Theriologica Sinica
Northwest Plateau Institute of Biology
The ChineseAcademy of Sciences
59 Xiguan Street, Xining,Qinghai 810001, China
- Taxon-specific, phased siRNAs underlie a speciation locus in monkeyflowers
- A homotetrameric hemoglobin expressed in alveolar epithelial cell increases blood oxygenation in high-altitude plateau pika (Ochotona curzoniae)
- Grazing pressure index considering both wildlife and livestock in Three-River Headwaters, Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau
- Long read genome assemblies complemented by single cell RNA-sequencing reveal genetic and cellular mechanisms underlying the adaptive evolution of yak
- Genotyping-by-sequencing and genome-wide association study reveal genetic diversity and loci controlling agronomic traits in triticale