Australian Journal of Crop Science   AJCS

Australian Journal of Crop Science | Aust J Crop Sci         

Open access licence: CC-BY-NC

All the contents of this journal is licensed under a CC-BY-NC. AJCS does not have any commercial interest in the scientific contents of the journal.

Number of issues/year: 12

ISSN 1835-2707 (Online) ISSN 1835-2693 (Print)

Australian Journal of Crop Science (AJCS) is an open access international peer-reviewed publication that gathers and disseminates fundamental and applied knowledge in almost all area of plant and particularly crop sciences.

AJCS is a fully open access journal and applies Creative Commons Attribution as long as the research work (publication) is acknowledged and cited properly. 

AJCS encourages researchers to submit their valuable manuscripts for rapid 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" and "Online Submission" icons on the left hand side. Coverage extends to every corner of the plant field, including such topics as molecular biology, taxonomy, genetics, plant breeding, morphology, physiology, developmental biology, cell biology, plant biochemistry, biophysics, bioinformatics, and new technologies like biofuels and plant vaccines.

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 welcomed.

Southern Cross Publishing is a not-for-profit, independent group and does not have any official relation with Australian universities and institutes.

The current Open access licence is CC-BY-NC.

AJCS does not believe and consider Impact Factor published as Citation Report to be a reliable or useful metric to assess the performance of individual articles. AJCS supports DORA – the San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment – and does not promote journal Impact Factor system calculated by Thomson Reuters (Currently Clarivate Analytics Company).