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The American Phytopathological Society
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Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions (MPMI)

Purpose and Scope:

Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions (MPMI) is the groundbreaking journal for publication of original, refereed research on the molecular biology and molecular genetics of pathological, symbiotic, and associative interactions of microbes with plants, including plant response. In MPMI, microbe encompasses viruses, prokaryotes, and fungi, as well as nematodes and viroids. The term molecular biology includes studies on biochemical or biophysical mechanisms. Now in its 21st year, MPMI covers the fastest growing area of plant pathology research.

The online version of MPMI includes e-Xtra articles that provide supplemental tables and additional figures and photos as well as color versions of illustrations shown in black and white in the print journal.

MPMI
received a National Gold Ink Award and a Neographics Franklin Award for Excellence in Graphic Design.

Intended Readership:

Agronomists, bacteriologists, biochemists, biologists, botanists, cell biologists, chemists, ecologists, entomologists, foresters, geneticists, horticulturists, microbiologists, molecular biologists, mycologists, nematologists, botanists, plant pathologists, plant physiologists, seed pathologists, soil scientists, virologists, and weed scientists.

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Bibliographic Information:

ISSN: 0894-0282
2010 Volume No. 23
Number of Issues per Year: 12 
Frequency: Monthly
Months of Publication: January – December
Print Format: 8 " x 11"; perfect bound, printed on 60 lb enamel acid-free stock, full-color figures when applicable
Online Subscriptions: I.P. access
MPMI is peer reviewed.

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Indexing and Abstracting:

MPMI is indexed and/or abstracted in: AgBiotech News and Information
• Agricola C R I S • Aquatic Sciences & Fisheries Abstracts • Biochemistry and Biophysics Citation Index • Biocontrol News and Information • BIOSIS Biological Abstracts • BIOSIS Preview • Biotechnology Citation Index • BIOSIS • CAB Abstracts • Chemical Abstracts • Chemical Industry Notes • Chemical Titles • Crop Physiology Abstracts • Current Advances in Genetics and Molecular Biology • Current Awareness in Biological Sciences • Current Contents • Environmental Science and Pollution Management • Field Crop Abstracts • Food Science and Technology Abstracts • Forestry Abstracts • Genetics Abstracts • Grasslands and Forage Abstracts • Helminthological Abstracts and Nematological Abstracts • Horticultural Abstracts • Index Medicus • Index to Scientific Reviews • Maize Abstracts • Microbiology Abstracts • Plant Breeding Abstracts • Plant Genetic Resources Abstracts • Plant Growth Regulator Abstracts • Plant Science • Postharvest News and Information • Potato Abstracts • Research Alert (Philadelphia) • Review of Plant Pathology • Rice Abstracts • Science Citation Index • Sociedad Iberoamericana de Informacin Cientifica (SIIC) • Soils and Fertilizers – Abstracts of World Literature • Soyabean Abstracts • Vitis – Viticulture and Oenology Abstracts • Weed Abstracts • Wheat, Barley, and Triticale Abstracts.

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Advance Pricing:

2010 Yearly Subscription Rate – Print

Print Journals are rushed overseas via expedited mail. Rates include postage.

U.S.: $742
Elsewhere: $825
Canadian Customers:
Please add 5% GST/HST to the Elsewhere price.


2010 Yearly Subscription Rate – Online
If you are interested in online access for you or your institution, please complete the online price quote form.

 

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Editorial Board:

Editor-in-Chief
Gary Stacey, University of Missouri

Senior Editors
James R. Alfano, University of Nebraska
Gwyn A. Beattie, Iowa State University
John P. Carr, University of Cambridge
Biao Ding, Ohio State University
Barbara N. Kunkel, Washington University in St. Louis
Matteo Lorito, Universita Degli Studi Di Napoli
John M. McDowell, Virginia Tech
Thorsten P. Nuernberger, Eberhard-Karls University Tubingen
Uta Paszkowski, University of Lausanne
Silke Robatzek, The Sainsbury Laboratory
Dominique Roby, CNRS/INRA
Michael J. Sadowsky, University of Minnesota
Ken Shirasu, Riken Institute-Plant Science Center
Geert Smant, Wageningen University
Krzysztof Szczyglowski, Agiculture & Agri-Food Canada

Associate Editors
M. Barnett, Stanford University
J. Boch, Martin-Luther-University
A. Brachmann, Biocenter of the LUM
A. O. Charkowski, University of Wisconsin-Madison
E. Cytryn, Volcani Research Center, Israel
B. Day, Michigan State University
D. Desveaux, University of Toronto
A. C. Di Pietro, University of Cordoba
L. Johnson, AgResearch Limited, New Zealand
P. Kachroo, University of Kentucky
K. Kazan, CSIRO Plant Industry, Australia
B. Kemmerling, ZMBP-Center for Plant Molecular Biology
D. Mackey, Ohio State University
P. Mergaert, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifiquel
M. Mitchum, University of Missouri
P. Moffett, Universite de Sherbrooke
N. Requena, University of Karlsruhe
P. Solomon, Murdoch University
J. Verchot-Lubicz, Oklahoma State University
P. van West, University of Aberdeen
J. Zhou, National Institute of Biological Sciences, China
C. Zipfel, The Sainsbury Laboratory

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Published by:

MPMI is published by The American Phytopathological Society (APS) and is cosponsored by the International Society for Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions (IS-MPMI). 

IS-MPMI is an international scientific organization devoted to molecular studies of microorganisms that interact with plants, plants responding to such organisms, and the consequences of the interactions. 

APS is an international scientific organization that promotes the study of plant diseases and their control through publications, meetings, symposia, workshops, and APSnet. APS advances modern concepts in plant health management in agricultural, urban and forest settings. The Society was founded in 1908 and has grown from 130 charter members to nearly 5,000 plant pathologists and scientists worldwide.

Learn more about IS-MPMI and APS.

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