The Crop Journal

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ISSN: 2214-5141
CN: 10-1112/S
p-ISSN: 2095-5421

The Crop Journal

Open access

The Crop Journal is a bi-monthly, international, peer-reviewed research journal covering all aspects of crop sciences, including crop genetics, breeding, agronomy, crop physiology, germplasm resources...

The Crop Journal is a bi-monthly, international, peer-reviewed research journal covering all aspects of crop sciences, including crop genetics, breeding, agronomy, crop physiology, germplasm resources, grain chemistry, grain storage and processing, crop management practices, crop biotechnology, and biomathematics. Article types include Original Research, Reviews, and Short Communications. The readership of the journal includes crop science researchers, students of agricultural colleges and universities, and individuals with similar academic levels. Our strict peer-review procedure guarantees the academic level of publications and enhances the reputation of the journal. The Crop Journal is indexed in international index systems such as SCIE, Scopus, DOAJ, AGRIS (FAO), CAB Abstracts, Chemical Abstracts, and Food Science and Technology Abstracts.

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The cotton mitochondrial chimeric gene orf610a causes male sterility by disturbing the dynamic balance of ATP synthesis and ROS burst

Manganese toxicity-induced chlorosis in sugarcane seedlings involves inhibition of chlorophyll biosynthesis

Identification of a stable major QTL for fresh-seed germination on chromosome Arahy.04 in cultivated peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.)

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Special focus: Responding and adaptation of crop growth to climatic warming

Special focus: Nutrient management improves yield, quality and nutrient use efficiency of crops: theory and application

The Crop Journal Latest impact factor: 4.647

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Special issue on abiotic stress tolerance: genetics, genomics and breeding

Celebration of the 10th anniversary of The Crop Journal

Special Issue on Crop Phenotyping: The Application of Novel Technologies for Improving Crop Breeding

Quantitative Genetics in the Omics Era

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