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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Effects of paclobutrazol application on plant architecture, lodging resistance, photosynthetic characteristics, and peanut yield at different single-seed precise sowing densities

HvWRKY2 acts as an immunity suppressor and targets HvCEBiP to regulate powdery mildew resistance in barley

Increased nitrogen use efficiency via amino acid remobilization from source to sink organs in Brassica napus

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The Crop Journal Latest impact factor: 4.647

The Crop Journal CiteScore 2021 Announced: 6.9

Crop Science Virtual Forum III: Genetics, genomics and breeding for drought stress

15 March 2022 (online)

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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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