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Annals of Applied Biology

Vol 170 (6 Issues in 2017)
Edited by: Simon Leather
Print ISSN: 0003-4746 Online ISSN: 1744-7348
Published on behalf of Association of Applied Biologists
Impact Factor: 2.046
Annals of Applied Biology (AAB) cover image


Annals of Applied Biology is an international journal sponsored by the Association of Applied Biologists. The journal publishes original research papers on all aspects of applied research on crop production, crop protection and the cropping ecosystem. The journal is published both online and in six printed issues per year.

Average time from submission to first decision is just 27 days!

Submission of manuscripts to Annals is exclusively via a web-based electronic submission and tracking system at:
http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/aab enabling rapid submission to first decision times.

Before submitting a paper for publication in Annals of Applied Biology, potential authors should first read the Author Guidelines. Instructions as to how to upload your manuscript can be found on ScholarOne Manuscripts.

Annals papers must contribute substantially to the advancement of knowledge and may, among others, encompass the scientific disciplines of:

Agrienvironmental sciences
Applied genomics
Applied metabolomics
Applied proteomics
Biological control
Climate change
Crop ecology
Genetic manipulation
Molecular biology
Plant pathology
Plant breeding & genetics
Plant physiology
Post harvest biology
Soil science
Weed biology

Annals also welcomes reviews of interest in these subject areas. Reviews should be critical surveys of the field and offer new insights. All papers are subject to peer review. Papers must usually contribute substantially to the advancement of knowledge in applied biology but short papers discussing techniques or substantiated results, and reviews of current knowledge of interest to applied biologists will be considered for publication. Papers or reviews must not be offered to any other journal for prior or simultaneous publication and normally average seven printed pages.

Author benefits include:

Online manuscript submission and tracking
Fast, efficient refereeing of manuscripts
No page charges
Rapid publication
Abstracts of papers published on the AAB website prior to publication as a finished issue

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