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Planta publishes timely, sound, and complete articles on all aspects of plant biology. Works submitted for publication should contribute with new knowledge and further advance the state of the art.Current Call for Papers : We invite you to submit to our open topical collections.Planta welcomes original research on any plant species. Areas of interest include biochemistry, bioenergy, biotechnology, cell biology, development, ecological and environmental physiology, growth, metabolism, morphogenesis, molecular biology, new methods, physiology, plant-microbe interactions, structural biology, and systems biology. Review articles summarize recent advances in topical areas of plant biology. The Editors-in-Chief of Planta are Dorothea Bartels, Institut für Molekulare Physiologie und Biotechnologie der Pflanzen (IMBIO), Universität Bonn, Germany; and Anastasios Melis, University of California, Berkeley CA USA.Planta’s cited half-life (the median age of articles that were cited in a given Journal Citation Report year) is >10 years.Why publish with us First published in 1925, our journal has been ranked in the top quartile of plant sciences journals for many years. We welcome research in all areas of plant biology, including work on non-model species. With our swift and rigorous editorial process, we publish articles in their final form as soon as they are ready. We deliver high levels of author satisfaction, with 94% of our published authors reporting that they would definitely or probably publish with us again. It has an SJR impact factor of 0,944.

Planta focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: gene, growth, promoter, production, vacuoles, vrnb, tobacco, marker, expression, synthase, ...

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