Plant OMICS: Journal of Plant Molecular Biology & Omics
Plant OMICS is an international, peer-reviewed, quarterly, Australian based publication that gathers and disseminates fundamental and applied knowledge in almost all area of plant and crop molecular biology and particularly plant OMICS-es including: a) Genomics (study of plant genes, regulatory and non-coding sequences), b) Transcriptomics (study of RNA complement of an plant organism, tissue type, or cell with association to gene expression), c) Proteomics (study of plant proteins and their expressions), d) Metabolomics (study of primary, secondary etc. Metabolites in plants ), e) Phenomics characterization of plant phenotypes (normal and mutant) via the interaction of the genome with the environment, f) Lipidomics (study of non-water-soluble metabolites particularly lipids in plant organisms and cells), g) Glycomics (study of plant glycomes including genetic, physiologic, pathologic and other aspects), h) Cytomics (study of cytomes and cell systems at a single cell level), i) Cytogenomics (study of chromosomes and their association with plant characters), j) Pharmacogenomics (study of genetic effects to produce plant medicinal drugs), k) Physiomics (physiological dynamics and functions of whole plant), and l) Interactomics (bioinformatical and biological study of interactions among plant molecules such as proteins,lipids etc.within a plant cell or organs. Coverage extends to the most corners of regular plant biology, including molecular biology, genetics, functional and non-functional plant molecular breeding and physiology, developmental biology, bioinformatics and new technologies such as plant vaccines. This journal also covers the combination of many areas of plant biology. Plant Omics encourages researchers to submit their valuable manuscripts for publication and also invites editors and reviewers to join editorial team all around the world. It can be easily done by a click on “Register as Reviewer” icon above. The journal presents full-length research articles that describe original and fundamental findings of significance that contribute to understanding of plants, as well as shorter communications reporting significant new findings, technical notes on new methodology. Review articles are also warmly welcome. This has been added to Agriculture Resources Subject Tracer&trade’ Information Blog.