• Scientific Review of Phytopathology

    The Scientific Review of Phytopathology covers significant developments in the field of Phytopathology. Critical reviews on all aspects of plant pathology including plant disease diagnosis; host-pathogen Interactions; disease epidemiology and ecology; diseases of temperate and tropical plants caused by fungi, bacteria, viruses, phytoplasmas and nematodes; physiological, biochemical, molecular, ecological, genetic and economic aspects of plant pathology; disease epidemiology and modelling; disease appraisal and crop loss assessment; and plant disease control and disease-related crop management are accepted for publication.
  • Scientific Review of Plant Biology

    The Scientific Review of Plant Biology provides a comprehensive platform for exploring advancements in the field of plant biology. Critical assessments and research contributions cover a broad spectrum of topics, including plant physiology, genetics, molecular biology, developmental biology, ecology, and evolution. Embracing the diversity of plant life, the journal addresses fundamental processes such as photosynthesis, respiration, nutrient uptake, growth, and reproduction, across various plant species and ecosystems. Additionally, it delves into plant-microbe interactions, symbiotic relationships, and the impact of environmental factors on plant growth and adaptation. Contributions covering novel research findings, methodologies, and theoretical frameworks in plant biology are welcomed for publication, fostering interdisciplinary dialogue and advancing our understanding of plant life.

  • Scientific Reviews on Agricultural Extension

    Scientific Reviews on Agricultural Extension covers the significant developments in the field of extension program planning, extension administration and management, capacity building, monitoring and evaluation, extension methodologies, farmers psychology, communication models, research methods, extension youth programme, gender discrimination and agriculture, women empowerment, agriculture risks management livestock extension services and management along with all the supplementary issues of rural development.