New year, new website!


Dear Readers, Reviewers and Authors,

We hope you had a good start into 2018 and wish you all a productive and successful New Year. Here at the Journal of Applied Botany and Food Quality, we started with a major upgrade of our online system. After half a year of planning and testing, we are proud to present to you a much more modern and hopefully user friendly workspace. Not everything is perfected yet and the editorial staff is still learning their way around the new interface, but we are improving every day. Come and have a look yourself!

Currently, we cannot send out email newsletters with titles and abstracts of new content to the whole readership. As soon as this functionality is implemented, we will take up the bi-monthly newsletter for registered readers again. Until then, You will get a short notification and have to visit the journal webpage to check for yourself.

Since the last newsletter in September 2017, nine more articles have been added to issue 90 of Journal of Applied Botany and Food Quality. Those are:

 Gao et al.: Morphology, phylogeny and lipid components of an oil-rich microalgal strain

 Velásquez et al.: Relation between composition, antioxidant and antibacterial activities and botanical origin of multifloral bee pollen

 Qian et al.: Phytochemical composition, antioxidant capacity and ACE-inhibitory activity of China-grown radish seeds

 Kozminska et al.: Characterizing the effects of salt stress in Calendula officinalis L.

 Mileski et al.: Laserpitium ochridanum: antioxidant, antimicrobial and anti-quorum sensing activities against Pseudomonas aeruginosa

 Nazir et al.: Exploring the better genetic options from indigenous material to cultivate tomato under high temperature regime

 Butkutė et al.: Young herbaceous legumes – a natural reserve of bioactive compounds and antioxidants for healthy food and supplements

 Gómez  et al.: Salinity induces specific metabolic changes in sugarcane shoot explants in temporary immersion bioreactors

 Ren et al.: Effect of branch position on seed weight and oil content in canola (Brassica napus L.)

 Browse the whole 2017 issue here.