EJP is an international journal which publishes papers on all aspects of the ecology, physiology, biochemistry, cell biology, molecular biology and systematics of algae, including cyanobacteria. Articles may be in the form of research reports, Miniviews, which present the author.s viewpoint on important recent developments, or full length reviews of topical subjects.
The journal accepts submissions on fundamental research, development of techniques and practical applications in such areas as algal and cyanobacterial biotechnology and genetic engineering, tissues culture, culture collections, commercially useful micro-algae and their products, mariculture, algalization and soil fertility, pollution and fouling, monitoring, toxicity tests, toxic compounds, antibiotics and other biologically active compounds.
The Journal of Phycology is one of the premier journals on phycological research and is published six times a year. Articles include reports on systematics, ecology, morphology, cytology, physiology, cell biology, molecular biology, genetics, and applied phycology.
Phycologia is published bimonthly by the International Phycological Society and serves as a publishing medium for information about any aspect of phycology, basic or applied, including biochemistry, cell biology, developmental biology, ecology, evolution, genetics, molecular biology, physiology, and systematics. Membership of the Society is not necessary for publication in Phycologia.