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Starting with Issue 1, 2019, BIOCELL (Printed ISSN 0327-9545, E-ISSN 1667-5746) is published by Tech Science Press.
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- The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
- The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.
- For research articles, please upload your original experiment data.
- All articles in BIOCELL are published in full Open Access. An article processing charge (APC) is applied to all regular articles; authors are asked to pay $1,000 US dollars per processed paper for production cost and Open Access fees. Rejected articles are free of charge.
Application of Deep Learning in Cancer
Bioinformatics Study of Diseases
Genetic Polymorphism and Metabolic inflammation in Development of Insulin Resistance and Metabolic Syndrome
Non-Coding RNAs in the Regulation of Human Cancers
Plant Cell Physiology and Stress Biology
Closed: Tissue Engineering, Cellular Therapy and Biotechnologies in Plastic Surgery
Closed: Cellular and Molecular Toxicology in Reproductive and Developmental Biology
Closed: Intestinal Epithelial Cells in Health and Disease
Closed: Identification of Genetic and Epigenetic Markers for Complex Diseases
Closed: Expert Opinions and Future Trends on Stem Cells, Biomaterials and Growth Factors
Closed: Advances in Plant Cell Biology Research
Plant science has an important part to play in meeting the global food security challenges plants are the primary food producer for humans and animals. The world’s food production will need to increase dramatically to match the predicted population growth. Achieving this goal will be very challenging due to the decreased availability of arable land and various stress factors. It is expected to rise, given the current trends in climate change. Considering this facts plant biologists have been working hard to address these issues and improving the plant productivity using various approaches. The fields of agronomy, plant breeding, plant protection, and plant physiology employed various approaches towards climate-resilient crop varieties with higher productivity. Significant improvement has been made in the area of plant molecular biology and biotechnology. In this special issue, we aimed at accumulating the recent progress in plant biology research. Articles on recent advances in plant biology (original research papers, short communications, reviews, mini-reviews) are welcome. The scope of this Special Issue covers the entire range of pure and applied plant biology. However, some of the broad topics are as follows:
Plant Cell Physiology
Plant Genetics and Breeding
Plant Stress Physiology
Plant Molecular Biology
Plant Biochemistry and Metabolism
Closed: Mycorrhizal Fungal Roles in Stress Tolerance of Plants
Closed: Herbal Active Ingredients: Potential for the Prevention and Treatment of Cancer
Closed: Mitochondrial Signaling and Metabolism in Cancer
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