The Plant Journal

Cover image for Vol. 92 Issue 5

Edited By: Lee Sweetlove

Impact Factor: 5.901

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2016: 14/212 (Plant Sciences)

Online ISSN: 1365-313X

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Recent Special Issues

Here are some of the most recent special and virtual issues from the journal:

May 2017 Special Issue
Plant Science from The Plant Journal Editors' Perspective

The Plant Journal Synthetic Biology for Basic and Applied Plant Research

June 2017 Special Issue
Plant Abiotic Stress

The Plant Journal Synthetic Biology for Basic and Applied Plant Research

July 2016 Special Issue
Synthetic Biology for Basic and Applied Plant Research

The Plant Journal Synthetic Biology for Basic and Applied Plant Research

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News and Announcements

Introducing the new Research Highlights series in The Plant Journal!

From October 2017, each issue of The Plant Journal will feature a free Commentary paper on a selected key article. The following Research Highlights papers are now available and FREE to read…

Chloroplast-targeted antioxidant protein protects against necrotrophic fungal attack

The importance of the TOR kinase growth regulator for seed development

A 3-dimensional biomechanical model of guard cell mechanics

Directed evolution of DGAT1 to increase triacylglycerol content

Discovery of new QTLs underlying hybrid fertility and reproductive isolation in rice

Welcome to the new Editor-in-Chief

We are pleased to introduce Lee Sweetlove who took on the Editorship of The Plant Journal in July 2017.
Lee Sweetlove

Lee received his BSc (1992) in Biological Sciences from the University of Anglia and DPhil (1995) from the University of Cambridge. Moving to the Department of Plant Sciences at the University of Oxford to undertake postdoctoral research, he then started his own research laboratory before being appointed as a Professor in Plant Sciences in 2008. His research continues to focus on plant metabolism, using a combination of experimental and modelling approaches to understand the functioning of plant metabolic networks, with the ultimate goal of exploiting this knowledge to re-engineer crops for improved yield and quality.

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