The Journal of Crop Improvement provides an international forum to evaluate and review the latest advancements in basic and applied aspects of crop improvement and production, including seed science and technology. The journal directly addresses emerging issues, new strategies for new needs, and future challenges of crop improvement, production, and seed science, especially those leading to a secure world food supply and resource conservation using environmentally-friendly technologies. The Journal of Crop Improvementintends to create a unique niche in the crop improvement, production, and seed science literature by not only publishing research and review articles on varied issues but also by developing a series of thematic issues on cutting-edge topics or research fronts in the field.
The journal is a welcome and respected source of unparalleled, preeminent knowledge. Articles aim to: reveal novel concepts; achieve a new synthesis based on multifaceted, multilevel, and multidisciplinary approaches; identify key gaps in the knowledge that might be addressed by further research; and offer technical solutions to critical global problems in crop improvement, production, and seed science. Articles are presented in an understandable format, which can be directly used by students, teachers, researchers, practitioners, and advisors in the fields of genetics and plant breeding, molecular biology and biotechnology, transgenic crop technology, agronomy, soil science, crop physiology and biochemistry, ecology, agroclimatology, plant pathology, integrated pest management, seed science and technology, agrobiodiversity and other cognate sciences that are of prime interest to crop improvement and production.
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