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Molecular Plant Sciences

A section of International Journal of Molecular Sciences (ISSN 1422-0067).

Section Information

This section of the International Journal of Molecular Sciences (IJMS) aims to rapidly publish contributions on all aspects of plant molecular biology, at gene, protein and metabolite levels, and to help plant scientists exchange knowledge and increase visibility of their studies toward specialists in other molecular aspects of life sciences. Topics include, but are not limited to:

  • plant biophysics, biochemistry, and molecular biology
  • plant cell biology
  • plant physiology
  • plant pathology
  • plant computational and system biology
  • plant developmental biology
  • plant ecology
  • plant biotechnology
  • plant bioactive phytochemicals
  • paleobotany
  • forensic botany
  • ethnobotany
  • plant bioinformatics
  • plant genetics and genomics
  • plant omics


biotic and abiotic stress tolerance; host–pathogen interaction; plant–microbe interaction; plant–insect interaction; plant–animal interaction; plant–environment interaction; photosynthesis; primary and secondary metabolism and metabolites; phytohormones; cellulose; plastids; lignin; bioactives; phytochemicals; nutrition and nutraceuticals; membranes and membrane proteins; traffic and transport; ions and heavy metals; hydro-mineral; signaling and crosstalk; detoxification; redox status; homeostasis; epigenetics including DNA methylation and small RNAs; molecular farming; vascular plants; model plants; crops; bryophytes; algae; bioenergy; phytoremediation; functional foods; markers assisted selection; ecotypes; compartmentalization; bioreactors; proteomics/transcriptomics/metabolomics; omics; biotechnology; tissue culture; climate change; water, air and soil pollution; immunity; coevolution;

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