sono da pochissimo nell'Editorial Board di un nuovo Gold Open Access Journal per MDPI, intitolato STRESSES.
Questo giornale internazionale ha tre Sections, una su human/animal stress, l'altra su plant/photoautotrophic stress, l'ultima su fungal/bacterial/viral stresses.
Stresses | An Open Access Journal from MDPI Stresses (ISSN 2673-7140) is an international, scientific, peer-reviewed open access journal on abiotic and biotic stresses research published quarterly online by MDPI. Open Access —free to download, share, and reuse content. Authors receive recognition for their contribution when the paper is reused. Rapid Publication: manuscripts are peer-reviewed and a first decision provided to authors.
Questa è una breve outline di STRESSES: Stresses (ISSN 2673-7140) publishes top-quality research covering all aspects of how biological systems—including humans, animals, plants, algae, fungi, bacteria, and viruses—respond to abiotic and biotic stresses. Submissions from basic and applied research are welcome, as long as they are based on a clearly defined mechanistic hypothesis. Molecular, biochemical, physiological, morphological, (ultra)structural, cellular, histo-anatomical, morphogenetic, organismic, community and ecological aspects are of interest to the journal, provided that response(s) to stress factor(s) are clearly focused in the submitted work. Stress induced by climate change, exposure to xenochemicals and toxins, infection or injury, as well as phyto/bioremediation aspects, are positively considered for publication. Review manuscripts are encouraged but they must be a critical review of existing literature and not just a summary. Stresses is a Gold Open Access Journal, and all submitted manuscripts will be subjected to a thorough peer-reviewing process. ----
Sono a chiedervi di inviare, se vorrete, research papers/review papers a STRESSES, e/o contribuire come Guest Eds. ad uno Special Issue.
I CONTRIBUTI SARANNO GRATUITI PER TUTTO IL 2021 (no charge).
Grazie per l'attenzione e BUON ANNO!
Maria Maddalena Del Gallo