ijpb maintains an Editorial Board of practicing researchers from around the world, to ensure manuscripts are handled by editors who are experts in the field of study.
About the Journal
International Journal of Plant Biotechnology [2456-0162(e)] is a peer-reviewed hybrid open-access journal launched in 2015 that covers all the topics of plant biotechnology, including plant physiology to plant tissue culture from manipulation of plants to production of secondary metabolites under abiotic and biotic stress. Journal publishes recent advancements in the form of original research articles and review papers.
Focus and Scope
- Plant tissue culture: Production of improved crop varieties, Production of disease-free plants (virus), Genetic transformation, Production of secondary metabolites, Totipotency, Differentiation, Dedifferentiation, and Redifferentiation. Seed Culture, Embryo Culture, Callus Culture, Organ Culture, Protoplast Culture, Anther Culture, Cell culture, Suspension culture, Explant culture, and Callus culture.
- Plant breeding: Collection of Variability, Evaluation, Selection of Parents, Hybridization, Selection, and Testing of Superior Recombinants, Testing Release, and Commercialization of New Cultivars. Selection. Selection is the most ancient and basic procedure in plant breeding, Hybridization, Polyploidy, Induced mutation, Mass selection, Development of hybrid varieties, and Development of synthetic varieties.
- Somatic Embryogenesis: Crop and Product Physiology, Functional Plant Ecology, Functional and Applied Plant Genomics, Marine and Freshwater Plants, Photosynthesis and Photobiology, Plant Abiotic Stress, Plant Bioinformatics, Plant Biophysics, and Modeling, Direct somatic embryogenesis, Indirect somatic embryogenesis, Induction, Maintenance, Development, Regeneration.
- Molecular breeding: Creation of genetic variation by various means, Selection, Evaluation, and Release as a variety, Seed multiplication, and distribution among farmers, Crop yield, Species detection, Assessing adaptive potential, Landscape genetics, Assessing family relations, Mating systems.
- Plant Genetics: Gene regulation and genomic regulatory analysis. Genome projects; genomic and molecular screening technologies. Genotypes to phenotypes and mechanisms of genetics, including epistasis, dominance, and heterosis, via association studies. Epigenetics and epigenomics, Genetic variation, Heredity specifically in plants.
- Dicotyledonous Plants: Garden plants, Shrubs, and trees, Broad-leafed flowering plants, Magnolias, Roses, Geraniums, Hollyhocks, Taproot systems, Stem vascular bundles, Angiosperms, Cotyledons.
- Plant physiology: Transport in Plants, Mineral Nutrition, Photosynthesis in Higher Plants, Respiration in Plants, Plant Growth & Development, Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants, Reproduction in Organisms, Plant development, Seasonality, Dormancy, Reproductive control.
- Plant Production Science: Agronomy & crop ecology, Crop morphology, Crop physiology, Genetic resources evaluation, Seed propagation, Cutting, Layering, Division, Grafting, Budding, and Tissue culture technique Unit or Job type of production, Batch type of Production, Mass Production nor Flow production, Continuous production, Process production.
- Crop Improvement: Plant Introduction, Selection, Hybridization, Mutation Breeding, Polyploidy, Plant Introduction, Selection, Hybridization, Mutation Breeding, Polyploidy, and Soil Rotation Should Be Practiced, Utilizing Fertilizers, Quality Seed, and Early Weeding.
- Transgenic Plants
- Plant Production Science
- Plant Genetics and Crop Improvement
- Plant physiology
- Plant breeding
- Plant pathology
- Modern molecular biology
- Plant tissue culture
- Molecular breeding
- Manipulation of plants
- Abiotic stress and biotic interactions
- Recombinant DNA technology
- Regulation and Expression of Plant Genes in Microorganisms
- Recognition of Plant Sequences that Function as Promoters of Transcription in Microorganisms
- Translational Features of Plant Gene Expression and Regulation
- Recognition of Plant Signal Peptide: The Molecular Architecture of Plant
- Genes and their Regulation
- Light-Induced Genes
- Stress-Induced Genes
- Nodulation Genes
- Somatic Embryogenesis
- Genetic Engineering for Crop Improvement
- Methods for Transforming Plant Cells
- Transformation of Dicotyledonous Plants
Open Access Statement
The International Journal of Plant Biotechnology (ijpb) is an open-access (OA) publication which provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. All published works will be available to a worldwide audience, free, immediately upon publication. Publication in the journal is subject to payment of an article processing charge (APC). The APC serves to support the journal and ensures that articles are freely accessible online in perpetuity under a Creative Commons licenses.
Publication Ethics Statement
ijpb fully adhere to Code of Conduct of Publication Ethics (COPE) and to its Best Practice Guidelines. The Editorial Team enforces a rigorous peer-review process with strict ethical policies and standards to ensure the addition of high-quality scientific studies to the field of scholarly publication. In cases where ijpb becomes aware of ethical issues, it is committed to investigating and taking necessary actions to maintain the integrity of the literature and ensure the safety of research participants. Click here to read more about the Research & Publication virtue ethics
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