Scholarena Journal of Genetics (SAJG) is a multidisciplinary peer reviewed, open access journal decdicated to the latest advancements of genetics. The journal accepts research articles, short reports, reviews, short communications, editorials, opinion, letter etc.

The goal of this journal is to provide a platform for scientists and academicians all over the world to promote, share, and discuss various new issues and developments in different areas of Genetics. SAJG strives to publishes the peer reviewed high quality articles.

RECENT ARTICLES
Portable Doppler Modified As a Basic Diagnostic Instrument in Medicine
A limitation of portable Doppler used to date is that the numerical value of the pressures in each arterial studied segment does not appear on the Doppler screen....
Crime Prevention by Police -Impact and Implications
The role of police in India is the maintenance of Law and Order and the prevention and detection of crime. In earlier times, the charter of police duties was confined only to the prevention of crime against person and property and punishment to the o...
Morphological Marker for Gender Identification in Date Palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) at the Seedling Stage Using RAPD-PCR Analysis
Date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) is an important fruit crop in arid and semi-arid regions in Nigeria. At the seedling stage, male and female trees cannot be clearly distinguished until about four years after planting when the palms first flower. Th...
Methanol as a Reservoir for Hydrogen Production and Distribution
Methanol is a convenient source for the hydrogen production in a distributed mode for medium to small scale production of 3-100 m3/h with a high efficiency of 60-68% in high purity of 99.999%-99,99999%; it is used to produce hydrogen in a compact and...
“I Wish to Retire Now I Still Have Life in Me”: A Discourse On Retirement and Successful Ageing
Retirement is a major transition of late adulthood and ageing a multi-faceted process involving physical, psychological, and social changes. At this stage, there are major biological changes, such as alterations in eyesight and hearing, hair loss or ...
Epidemiology of Soil-Transmitted Helminthiasis Among Pre-School Children in Ijebu-Jesa, Southwest, Nigeria
A cross-sectional study was conducted between January 2012 and June 2013 among children aged 0-60 months attending monthly clinic organized by St. Andrew’s Clinic for Children (STACC) with a view to determining the prevalence and intensity of soil-...