Plant Molecular Biology (2005) 57:925–928 Plant Molecular Biology EDITOR-IN-CHIEF W. Gruissem, Institute of Plant Sciences, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, ETH Zentrum, Switzerland; Tel: 41-1-632-0857; Fax: 41-1-632-1079. AIMS AND SCOPE Plant Molecular Biology is an international journal dedicated to rapid publication of original research articles in all areas of plant biology. The Editorial Board welcomes full-length manuscripts that address important biological problems of broad interest, including research in comparative genomics, functional genomics, proteomics, bioinformatics, computational biology, biochemical and regulatory networks, and biotechnology. Because space in the journal is limited, however, preference is given to publication of results that provide signiﬁcant new insights into biological problems and that advance the understanding of structure, function, mechanisms, or regulation. Authors must ensure that results are of high quality and that manuscripts are written for a broad plant science audience. As a service to authors, Plant Molecular Biology oﬀers Free color submissions; Speed of publication: immediate posting of accepted paper on the Kluwer web; Listed in the top ranking of the ISI listing; Rapid and top-quality reviews; Mini-reviews on important topics; Special attention to high quality illustrations; No page changes; Free notiﬁcation service on new publications via Kluwer Alert; Online availability for institutions.
Plant Molecular Biology – Springer Journals
Published: Jan 1, 2005
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