How Axios Review works:
1. Choose Journals
You pick four target journals
and submit to Axios Review
2. Get Reviews
Get feedback from our expert
3. We Do Referrals
Find out which journal
wants your paper
4. Revise and Submit
Rework your paper, submit
to the interested journal
What can Axios Review do for you?
Submitting to higher profile journals risks being rejected multiple times, which uses up the valuable time of authors, reviewers, and editors. Here’s how we help:
- You can aim high with your top choice target journals and play safe with the others
- Once referred, about 80% of papers get accepted for journal publication
- Many accepted papers (~50%) do not receive further peer review
- Axios submission to journal publication averages 3 months (excl. time in revision)
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Recent publications reviewed by Axios »
- Garrett McKinney, Matthew Hale, Giles Goetz, Michael Gribskov, Frank Thrower, and Krista Nichols (2015) Ontogenetic changes in embryonic and brain gene expression in progeny produced from migratory and resident Oncorhynchus mykiss. Molecular Ecology*.
- Samantha Price, and Samantha Hopkins (2015) The macroevolutionary relationship between diet and body mass across mammals. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society*.
- Aaron David, Phoebe Zarnetske, Sally Hacker, Peter Ruggiero, Reuben Biel, and Eric Seabloom (2015) Invasive Congeners Differ in Successional Impacts across Space and Time. PLoS ONE.
- Christopher Blair, Brice Noonan, Jason Brown, Achille Raselimanana, Miguel Vences, and Anne Yoder (2015) Multilocus phylogenetic and geospatial analyses illuminate diversification patterns and the biogeographic history of Malagasy endemic plated lizards (Gerrhosauridae: Zonosaurinae). Journal of Evolutionary Biology*.
- Benedicte Bachelot, María Uriarte and Krista McGuire (2015) Interactions among mutualism, competition, and predation foster species coexistence in diverse communities. Theoretical Ecology*.
- Melissa DeBiasse and Michael Hellberg (2015) Discordance between morphological and molecular species boundaries among Caribbean species of the reef sponge Callyspongia. Ecology & Evolution*.
- Marco Colombo, Malte Damerau, Reinhold Hanel, Walter Salzburger and Michael Matschiner (2015) Diversity and disparity through time in the adaptive radiation of Antarctic notothenioid fishes. Journal of Evolutionary Biology.
- Lorraine Adderley and Jana Vamosi (2015) Species and phylogenetic heterogeneity in visitation affects reproductive success in an island system. International Journal of Plant Sciences.
- Benjamin Sandkam, C. Megan Young and Felix Breden (2014) Beauty in the eyes of the beholders: Color vision is tuned to mate preference in the Trinidadian guppy (Poecilia reticulata). Molecular Ecology*.
- Simit Patel, Tilman Schell, Constanze Eifert, Barbara Feldmeyer and Markus Pfenninger (2014) Characterising a Hybrid Zone between a Cryptic Species Pair of Freshwater Snails. Molecular Ecology.
- Alice Saunier, Pascale Garcia, Vanessa Becquet, Nathalie Marsaud, Frederic Escudié and Eric Pante (2014) Mitochondrial genomes of the Baltic clam Macoma balthica (Bivalvia: Tellinidae): setting the stage for studying mito-nuclear incompatibilities. BMC Evolutionary Biology*.
- Miklós Bálint, László Bartha, Robert O’Hara, Matthew Olson, Jürgen Otte, Markus Pfenninger, Amanda Robertson, Peter Tiffin and Imke Schmitt (2014) Relocation, high-latitude warming and host genetic identity shape the foliar fungal microbiome of poplars. Molecular Ecology*.
- Amanda Larracuente (2014) The organization and evolution of the Responder satellite in species of the Drosophila melanogaster group: dynamic evolution of a target of meiotic drive. BMC Evolutionary Biology*.
- Crispin Jordan (2014) The influence of pleiotropy between viability and pollen fates on mating system evolution. Theoretical Population Biology.
- Kate Crosby, Taylor Stokes and Robert Latta (2014) Evolving California genotypes of Avena barbata are derived from multiple introductions but still maintain substantial population structure. PeerJ.
- Verena Tunnicliffe, Candice St. Germain and Ana Hilário (2014) Phenotypic variation and fitness in a metapopulation of tubeworms (Ridgeia piscesae Jones) at hydrothermal vents. PLoS ONE.
- Cino Pertoldi, Jørgen Bundgaard, Volker Loeschcke and James Barker (2014) The phenotypic variance gradient – a novel concept. Ecology & Evolution*.
- Anya Theis, Fabrizia Ronco, Adrian Indermaur, Walter Salzburger and Bernd Egger (2014) Adaptive divergence between lake and stream populations of an East African cichlid fish. Molecular Ecology.
- Wendy van Drunen and Marcel Dorken (2014) Wind pollination, clonality, and the evolutionary maintenance of spatial segregation of the sexes. Evolutionary Ecology.
- Kieran Samuk, Davis Iritani and Dolph Schluter (2014) Reversed brain size sexual dimorphism accompanies loss of parental care in white sticklebacks. Ecology & Evolution.
- Björn Stelbrink, Isabella Stöger, Renny Hadiaty, Ulrich Schliewen and Fabian Herder (2014) Age estimates for an adaptive lake fish radiation, its mitochondrial introgression, and an unexpected sister group: Sailfin silversides of the Malili Lakes system in Sulawesi. BMC Evolutionary Biology*.
- Thor Veen, Mårten Hjernquist, Steven Van Wilgenburg, Keith Hobson, Eelke Folmer, Laura Font and Marcel Klaassen (2014) Identifying the African wintering grounds of hybrid flycatchers using a multi–isotope (δ2H, δ13C, δ15N) assignment approach. PLoS ONE.
- Jonathan Mee (2014) Host-size-matching in a sperm-dependent asexual fish. Evolutionary Biology.
- Sebastien Renaut, Greg Owens and Loren Rieseberg (2013) Parallel natural selection and shared local genomic landscape lead to repeatable patterns of genomic divergence in wild sunflowers. Molecular Ecology*.
*accepted by the journal without further external review
Other journals that have asked for Axios referrals to be submitted:
American Naturalist, Annals of Botany, Biodiversity and Conservation, Ecology Letters, Molecular Ecology Resources, Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, Proceedings of the Royal Society B, Systematic Biology.
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