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BMC Series Focus Issue

July: Inflammation

To celebrate World Allergy Week 2020, the BMC Series is proud to present July’s focus issue dedicated to inflammation. Browse our biology, chemistry and medical titles for insight into recent research in the field, including allergy, autoimmune and inflammatory conditions.

BMC Plant Biology is looking for new Associate Editors to join the board

Learn more about the role and requirements here and if interested please complete the accompanying Application form

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Featured Articles

Moonlight and circadian clocks

Full moonlight negatively impacts photosynthesis and promotes transcription of redox genes suggesting that moonlight is in fact perceived as stress by coffee plants. Read the full article here.

Where does your apple come from in Europe?

A whole genome SNP reconstruction maps the pedigree of apple germplasms across Europe in this recently published study. Read the full article here.

Sweeten to induce flowering

FLOWERING LOCUS T (FT) pathway that is central to flowering induces a sucrose transporter to facilitate sucrose uptake and induce flowering. Read the full article here.

Research Data Support for authors

Research Data Support is an optional Springer Nature service available to researchers who have datasets they want to make easier to cite, share and find. Learn more about this service and the many benefits of making your data publicly available. 

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Aims and scope

BMC Plant Biology is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that considers articles on all aspects of plant biology, including molecular, cellular, tissue, organ and whole organism research.

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Editor

Akila Sridhar, BioMed Central, UK


Manuscript Editor

Anna Melidoni, BioMed Central, UK


Assistant Editor

Elizabeth Debney, BioMed Central, UK
 

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Trending articles in BMC Plant Biology

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What makes for sound science?

The inclusive threshold policy for publication in BMC journals including BMC Plant Biology means that editorial decisions are largely based on the soundness of the research presented rather than the novelty or potential impact of the work. Here our Editors discuss what is required to ensure that research meets the requirement of scientific soundness.

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Portable Peer Review

The editors of BMC Plant Biology support initiatives that expedite the peer review process and are happy to consider manuscripts that have been reviewed in Peerage of Science. Please indicate in your cover letter if this applies to your manuscript.