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Plant Journal

Resumen/Descripción – provisto por la editorial en inglés
The Plant Journal is published by Blackwell Science in conjunction with the Society for Experimental Biology Rapid Publication PDF proofs enable faster processing of your manuscript. Average time from submission to publication is now around 5 months. Editorial Publishing the best original research papers in all key areas of modern plant biology from the world's leading laboratories. The Plant Journal provides a dynamic forum for this ever growing international research community. Plant science research is now at the forefront of research in the biological sciences with breakthroughs in our understanding of fundamental processes in plants matching those in other organisms. The impact of molecular genetics and the availability of model and crop species can be seen in all aspects of plant biology and its many and increasing applications in biotechnology. Due to the massive number of excellent papers being submitted to The Plant Journal two issues are published each month.
Palabras clave – provistas por la editorial

plant journal; the; biochemistry; botany; cell biology; genetic engineering; genetic; genetics; mole

Historia
Disponibilidad
Institución detectada Período Navegá Descargá Solicitá
No detectada desde ene. 1991 / hasta dic. 2023 Wiley Online Library

Información

Tipo de recurso:

revistas

ISSN impreso

0960-7412

ISSN electrónico

1365-313X

Editor responsable

John Wiley & Sons, Inc. (WILEY)

País de edición

Estados Unidos

Fecha de publicación

Cobertura temática

Tabla de contenidos

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Palabras clave: Cell Biology; Plant Science; Genetics.

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Palabras clave: Cell Biology; Plant Science; Genetics.

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Issue Information

Palabras clave: Cell Biology; Plant Science; Genetics.

Pp. 663-666

Adding to the understanding of grain filling processes through multiomics: high‐throughput proteome and metabolome come into play

Federica Brandizzi

Palabras clave: Cell Biology; Plant Science; Genetics.

Pp. 667-668

Spatial distribution of proteins and metabolites in developing wheat grain and their differential regulatory response during the grain filling process

Shuang Zhang; Arindam GhatakORCID; Mitra Mohammadi Bazargani; Prasad Bajaj; Rajeev K. VarshneyORCID; Palak ChaturvediORCID; Dong Jiang; Wolfram WeckwerthORCID

Palabras clave: Cell Biology; Plant Science; Genetics.

Pp. 669-687

Tissue‐specific expression of GhnsLTPs identified via GWAS sophisticatedly coordinates disease and insect resistance by regulating metabolic flux redirection in cotton

Bin Chen; Yan ZhangORCID; Zhengwen Sun; Zhengwen Liu; Dongmei Zhang; Jun Yang; Guoning Wang; Jinhua Wu; Huifeng Ke; Chengsheng Meng; Lizhu Wu; Yuanyuan Yan; Yanru Cui; Zhikun Li; Liqiang Wu; Guiyin Zhang; Xingfen Wang; Zhiying Ma

Palabras clave: Cell Biology; Plant Science; Genetics.

Pp. 831-846

Issue Information

Palabras clave: Cell Biology; Plant Science; Genetics.

Pp. 969-972

Radiation and subsequent diversification underpin the natural diversity of phenylpropanoids across the green lineage

Alisdair R. Fernie

Palabras clave: Cell Biology; Plant Science; Genetics.

Pp. 973-974

A cell wall invertase controls nectar volume and sugar composition

Anzu Minami; Xiaojun Kang; Clay J. CarterORCID

Palabras clave: Cell Biology; Plant Science; Genetics.

Pp. 1016-1028

Intensive cycling of nickel in a New Caledonian forest dominated by hyperaccumulator trees

Adrian L. D. PaulORCID; Sandrine IsnardORCID; Christine M. Wawryk; Peter D. ErskineORCID; Guillaume EchevarriaORCID; Alan J. M. Baker; Jason K. Kirby; Antony van der EntORCID

Palabras clave: Cell Biology; Plant Science; Genetics.

Pp. 1040-1055