JBR is currently collecting Vol 2, No 2.

 

Journal of Botanical Research is currently collecting Vol 2, No 2. If you have articles that need to be published, please consider us, we will provide you with the best quality publishing services.

 
Posted: 2020-05-12
 

JBR Volume 1, Issue 3 (2019) is now live!

 

We are pleased to announce that Volume 1, Issue 3(2019) of Journal of Botanical Research has been published, and is currently available for download.

The process of collating and peer review for the next issue release has already begun.
If you have any manuscripts on hand that you are looking to have published with us, we would be glad to include it in the next issue. Moreover, if you know of any colleagues, or students under your direction who are looking to publish manuscripts, we would be glad to receive their manuscripts under your recommendation as well.

 
Posted: 2020-04-03
 

Journal of Botanical Research Special Issue on"Changing Environment and abiotic stress challenges for plants"

 

Guest Editor: Dr. Abdul Azeez

In a current changing environmental condition, plants are facing various abiotic stresses such as heat, drought, salt, etc. These stresses influence the growth, productivity, and quality of agricultural crops. In the current pace of changing environmental conditions, who’s pace may exceed the plant capacity to adapt by natural force alone. We need to be ready with advance breeding and biotechnological tools to face these conditions. In order to do that we need to understand the molecular mechanism behind these stresses. This Special Issue will focus on recent works regarding the abiotic stresses and its effect on plant growth and productivity. We welcome both research articles and reviews.

 

The deadline for submission to this special issue is 25 February 2020.

Manuscript Submission Information

https://ojs.bilpublishing.com/index.php/jbr/about/submissions#onlineSubmissions

 
Posted: 2020-02-04
 

Happy New Year!

 
 
Posted: 2019-12-31
 

Welcome Prof. Lianjun Sun to be the Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Botanical Research

 

Prof. Lianjun Sun is now appointed as the  Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Botanical Research,which depends on his high prestige in the field of plant research and years of abundant experience.We believe that under his leadership, our journal can reach a higher level.

 
Posted: 2019-11-25
 

Journal of Botanical Research Special Issue on "Improvement of economically important agricultural crops"

 

Guest Editor: Aejaz Ahmad Dar

 

Currently world human population is about 7.7 billion and the population is increasing at an alarming pace. To feed such a huge population in incoming years will be very difficult, because agricultural resources we depend are very limited. So there is an urgent need to improve our agricultural productivity by way of breeding approaches and genetic engineering. Researchers should presently focus more on these aspects that how to improve the yield, quality, and production of disease resistant varieties. Keeping such problems in consideration, we are proposing a special issue on, “Improvement of economically important agricultural crops”. Such crops include cereals, pulses, vegetable crops and spices.

 

The deadline for submission to this special issue is 31 January 2020.

https://ojs.bilpublishing.com/index.php/jbr/about/submissions#onlineSubmissions

 
Posted: 2019-11-07
 

JBR Volume 1, Issue 2 (2019) is now live!

 
We are pleased to announce that Volume 1, Issue 2(2019) of Journal of Botanical Research has been published, and is currently available for download.  
Posted: 2019-10-08
 

Aerosols from coniferous forests no longer cool the climate as much

 
Emissions of greenhouse gases have a warming effect on the climate, whereas small airborne particles in the atmosphere, aerosols, act as a cooling mechanism. That is the received wisdom in any case. However, new research can now show that the tiniest aerosols are increasing at the expense of the normal sized and slightly larger aerosols -- and it is only the latter that have a cooling effect.(Lund University)  
Posted: 2019-09-29
 
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