Plant and Cell Physiology is an international journal devoted to the publication of original papers in the biological sciences including: physiology, biochemistry, biophysics, chemistry, molecular biology, cell biology and gene engineering of plants and micro-organisms.
Plant Biology is an international journal of the broadest scope bringing together the different subdisciplines of plant science, such as physiology, molecular biology, cell biology, development, genetics, systematics, ecology, evolution, ecophysiology, plant-microbe interactions and mycology.
THE PLANT CELL was founded to publish the most exciting research in plant cellular and molecular biology, to provide the most rapid turn-around time possible for reviewing and publishing a research paper, to feature the highest quality reproduction of data, and to provide a more interactive format for commentaries, opinion pieces, and the exchange of ideas in review articles, meeting reports, and insightful overviews of featured research papers.
Plant Cell Reports will publish original, short communications dealing with new advances concerning all aspects of research and technology in plant cell science, plant cell culture and molecular biology.
Plant Physiology (ISSN 0032-0889) is published monthly, in three volumes per year, by the American Society of Plant Physiologists, John Lisack, Jr., Executive Director, 15501 Monona Drive, Rockville, MD 20855-2768, USA, and is printed by Cadmus Journal Services, Linthicum, MD 21090-2908.
Planta publishes original articles and invited reviews in all aspects of plant biology, particularly in molecular and cell biology, ultrastructure, biochemistry, metabolism, growth, development and morphogenesis, ecological and environmental physiology, biotechnology, plant-microorganism interactions.
The journal explores methods commonly employed in physiology, biochemistry, biophysics, physical chemistry, cytology, and genetics research. This journal addresses regularities of plant ontogeny; integration of cell and organ functioning in the whole plant; the ecophysiology of plant communities; the physiology of infected plants; new biotechnological and bioengineering applications; and much more.
Publishing the best original research papers in all key areas of modern plant biology from the worlds leading laboratories, The Plant Journal provides a dynamic forum for this ever growing international research community. For publication in the journal the research must provide a highly significant new contribution to our understanding of plants and be of general interest to the plant science community. All areas of plant biology are welcome.