Interaction between Plants and Fungi and Oomycetes
Plant–fungal interactions are involved in various aspects of plants, the environment, agriculture, etc. Fungi can have both negative and positive effects on plant growth, and fungal pathogens causing plant diseases result in huge losses in crop yields every year. Therefore, how to reduce or eliminate the negative effects of fungi on plants is a hot topic of current research. At the same time, understanding the mechanisms of interaction between fungi and plants can also lay a scientific basis for protecting plants from fungi. The Special Issue will focus on both positive and negative modulations in plant morphology, metabolism, and health by plant-associated fungi, as well as on the effect of plant extracts on fungal survival.
Dr. Ana P. G. C. Marques
Dr. Nadia Massa
Dr. Santa Olga Cacciola
- plant–fungal interaction
- plant diseases
- ecology of plants and fungi
|Journal Name||Impact Factor||CiteScore||Launched Year||First Decision (median)||APC|
|3.408||3.1||2011||18.6 Days||2000 CHF||Submit|
|3.949||3.9||2011||17.7 Days||2200 CHF||Submit|
|-||-||2021||17.4 Days||1000 CHF||Submit|
Journal of Fungijof
|5.724||4.1||2015||16.2 Days||2200 CHF||Submit|
|4.658||3.6||2012||14.1 Days||2400 CHF||Submit|
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