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About The Plant Phenome Journal

 

About the Journal

The Plant Phenome Journal is a transdisciplinary, open-access journal publishing original research, interpretations, and data sets investigating all aspects of plant phenomics. Methodological advancements in sensors, devices, vehicles, or technologies for data collection, data management, algorithms or data analysis should be combined with impact in at least one application domain of agronomy, genetic discovery, physiology, pest management, or plant breeding. Articles reporting breakthrough research in applications domains and new technological advancements will be accepted for review as papers. Papers may also include critical reviews or interpretive articles. Interpretations are encouraged to synthesize across crops, disciplines, and institutions. Short articles (usually 4 printed pages or less) primarily concerned with specific technological advancements that improve plant phenomics will be accepted for review as Science Notes and should describe the application domain. Data briefs (usually 2 pages or less) are papers that describe a large phenotypic data set submitted to the journal repository for community analysis. All data sets should adhere to best metadata and curation practices at the time of submission. Public comments on all published submissions are accepted and encouraged.

Editor: Seth C. Murray (sethmurray@tamu.edu)

Managing editor: Pamm Kasper (pkasper@sciencesocieties.org)