Issue 91 of Journal of Applied Botany and Food Quality with 15 new articles published
I hope to find you well (and productive). After three months with the new website and submission system for the Journal of Applied Botany and Food Quality, we still have some improvements to implement but all in all, the editorial workflow is running smoothly again. Unfortunately, the newsletter / table of contents messages are not working as desired yet, and we have to resort to announcements such as this on the webpage. However, you can sign up for our RSS feed with https://ojs.openagrar.de/index.php/JABFQ/gateway/plugin/WebFeedGatewayPlugin/rss if you use a feed reader. You will then receive titles and abstracts of new articles as soon as they are published.
We have recently signed a co-operation with CNKI, the China National Knowledge Infrastructure, which runs a very comprehensive scientific knowledge database. The Journal of Applied Botany and Food Quality content will be indexed there in the near future, thus expanding its readership considerably.
But now on to the new content! Issue 91 as been published at the beginning of this year and up until now, 15 articles with over 100 pages in total have been added:
M.R. Perez et al: Quality aspects in open-pollinated onion varieties from Western Europe
Maszewska et al: The study of palm and rapeseed oil stability during frying