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JXB aims to publish the highest quality manuscripts that address questions of broad interest in plant biology. We welcome manuscripts that identify fundamental mechanisms including those underpinning the improvement of plants for the sustainable production of food, fuel and renewable materials.

Our emphasis is on molecular physiology, molecular genetics and environmental physiology, and we encourage integrative approaches employing cutting-edge technologies, systems biology, and synthetic biology.

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AREAS OF INTEREST

Areas of interest include but are not limited to:

  • Plant Environment Interactions: plant responses to environmental variables including global change, biotic and abiotic stress, mineral nutrition;
  • Photosynthesis and Metabolism: light capture, carbon uptake and assimilation, resource allocation, broader metabolism and nutrition;
  • Crop Molecular Genetics: including trait and gene characterization;
  • Plant Growth and Differentiation: integration of internal and external cues determining development and architecture, reproductive biology.

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ISSN Details: 0022-0957
Edited By: Christine Raines
Published Year: 2016
Available from Oxford Press

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