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Theoretical and Experimental Plant Physiology

Theoretical and Experimental Plant Physiology

Editor-in-Chief: Gustavo Habermann

ISSN: 2197-0025 (electronic version)

Journal no. 40626

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  • International journal devoted to original research in all major areas of plant physiology 
  • Covers primary and secondary metabolism and biochemistry, photobiology and photosynthesis; plant signaling and response; stress physiology and more 
  • The official journal of the Brazilian Society of Plant Physiology

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Impact Factor: 0.885 (2017) * 

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  • Aims and Scope

    Aims and Scope


    Theoretical and Experimental Plant Physiology is an international journal, published four times per year, devoted to publish original research contributions in several domains of plant physiology. The journal publishes Research Articles, Short Communications, Reviews, Opinion, Articles and Letters to the Editor.

    Theoretical and Experimental Plant Physiology does not publish articles in taxonomy, anatomy, systematics and ecology unless they have a physiological approach related to the following sections:

                • Biochemical Processes: primary and secondary metabolism, and biochemistry

                • Photobiology and Photosynthesis Processes

                • Cell Biology

                • Genes and Development

                • Plant Molecular Biology

                • Signaling and Response

                • Plant Nutrition

                • Growth and Differentiation: seed physiology, hormonal physiology and photomorphogenesis

                • Post-Harvest Physiology

                • Ecophysiology/Crop Physiology and Stress Physiology

                • Applied Plant Ecology

                • Plant-Microbe and Plant-Insect Interactions

                • Instrumentation in Plant Physiology

                • Education in Plant Physiology

    Contributions should present new and significant findings. Simple experiments on applications of existing methods or methodological and technical procedures will not be considered for publication as well as data from dose-response experiments without physiological discussion. Manuscripts assuring known aspects without coming up to a suitable understanding of the physiological mechanisms involved will be returned as a general rule without review.

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