Plant, Cell & Environment
© Blackwell Publishing Ltd
Edited By: Keith Mott
Impact Factor: 5.215
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2011: 12/190 (Plant Sciences)
Online ISSN: 1365-3040
Recently Published Issues
Click on the links below to read the most downloaded articles (up until June 2011) published in Plant, Cell and Environment:
Reactive oxygen species homeostasis and signalling during drought and salinity stresses
Gad Miller, Nobuhiro Suzuki, Sultan Ciftci-Yilmaz And Ron Mittler
The effect of drought and heat stress on reproductive processes in cereals
Beáta Barnabás, Katalin Jäger, Attila Fehér
Drought and salt tolerances in wild relatives for wheat and barley improvement
Eviatar Nevo, Guoxiong Chen
Glycinebetaine protects plants against abiotic stress: mechanisms and biotechnological applications
Tony H. H. Chen, Norio Murata
Opinion Piece and Commentary
The devil in the detail of secretions
Steve D. Tyerman
Involvement of auxin pathways in modulating root architecture during beneficial plant–microorganism interactions
Poornima Sukumar et al.
Paul Gordon Jarvis, FRS: co-founding editor of Plant, Cell & Environment
Deconstructing Crop Processes And Models Via Identities
John R Porter and Svend Christensen
Mesophyll Conductance: internal insights of leaf carbon exchange
Howard Griffiths and Brent R. Helliker
Formyl group modification of chlorophyll a: a major evolutionary mechanism in oxygenic photosynthesis
Martin Schliep et al.
Breaking the cycle: How light, CO2 and O2 affect plant respiration.
Kevin L Griffin and Mary Heskel
Aims and Scope
Publishing only the best work, Plant, Cell & Environment publishes original research, either theoretical or experimental, that provides novel insights into the ways that plants respond to their environment. Thus the journal covers plant biochemistry, molecular biology, biophysics, cell physiology, whole plant physiology, crop physiology and physiological ecology, together with structural, genetic, pathological and meteorological aspects as related to plant function. Work at any scale, from the molecular to the community level, is welcomed.
Read the latest Virtual Issues from Plant, Cell and Environment:
Mesophyll Conductance - Edited by Thomas Sharkey, November 2012
Whole-plant water transport - Edited by Keith Mott, October 2012
Image: "US Cornbelt maize in 2012, one of the worst droughts known" Picture credit: Kathryn Coulter, Institute for Genomic Biology, University of Illinois.
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