In Vitro Cellular and Developmental Biology – Plant (ISSN 1054-5476) publishes timely, peer-reviewed papers for the growing body of researchers involved in cellular, molecular or developmental biology using in vitro grown or maintained organs, tissues, or cells derived from plants. The journal provides original research devoted to the advancement and dissemination of basic and applied knowledge and is indispensable for agricultural biotechnology researchers, industrial scientists, university scientists, and graduate and post-graduate students.
Devoted to plant cell and tissue culture and biotechnology research, this bi-monthly publication incorporates two special issues of the official journal (formerly Plant Tissue Culture and Biotechnology) for the International Association for Plant Biotechnology (IAPB). Topics covered include: biotechnology/genetic transformation, developmental biology/morphogenesis, micropropagation, functional genomics, molecular farming, metabolic engineering, plant physiology, cell biology, somatic cell genetics, and secondary metabolism.
Readers include biomedical and industrial scientists, researchers, university professors, and post-graduate students – an excellent market for cell and tissue culture media, laboratory equipment and supplies, agricultural products, scientific books and journals, and more. For information on advertising, please click here.
Mini-reviews, invited reviews, symposium and workshop proceedings from the annual SIVB Congresses, and book reviews are also included.
|Call for papers!
A special issue on In vitro cryopreservation
Editor: Barbara Reed
Deadline: January, 2017
This special issue will focus on the latest developments in plant cryopreservation and the increasing need for maintaining endangered, medicinal, and economically important germplasm; with special emphasis on demonstrated success with maintaining then regenerating the specific studied species. Research on the genetic stability of plants and the production of secondary compounds in vitro after cryopreservation will also be considered.
Those wishing to have their papers considered for inclusion in this special issue should visit www.editorialmanager.com/ivpl/default.aspx for instructions for authors and submission details.
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In Vitro – Plant is published bi-monthly with meeting abstract supplement in the spring.