The Journal of Soil Science and Plant Physiology (JSSPP) aims to publish high quality papers in all major areas of plant phytology, including plant biochemistry, functional biotechnology and molecular biology: growth and development photosynthesis and respiration, metabolic pathways, transport and translocation, and Biological control of rot-inducing fungi; development of soils and draws, the journal welcomes papers in interdisciplinary areas and in newly-developing areas of basic plant biology.
We encourage the submission of papers that explore the functioning of non-model species as well as accepted models species and those that bridge basic and applied research. For instance, studies on plant ecology that show new physiological mechanisms to improve agricultural efficiency are welcome.
The Journal of Soil Science and Plant Physiology contain several types of articles: Original Research Articles, Reviews, Letters to the Editor, and Short Communications.
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Aim and Scope
The Journal of Soil Science and Plant Physiology (JSSPP) is an International open-access; online journal that publishes peer-reviewed articles in the field of soil science and plant physiology sudies. The aim of our journal is to encourage scientists and research groups to publish theoretical and experimental results of research in all fundamental and applied fields of plant and Soil Science.
Plant Science Themes include:
Plant Cell Biology
Plant Molecular Biology
Journal of Soil Science and Plant Physiology, which publishes subject-specific journals, focused on the needs of individual research communities across all areas of plant ecology and plant morphology. We do not make editorial decisions on the basis of the interest of a study or its likely impact. Papers deemed suitable are then typically sent to a minimum of two independent expert reviewers to assess the scientific quality of the paper. The Editor is responsible for the final decision regarding acceptance or rejection of articles.