Category: Department of Small Cereal Crops | Date: 16.12.2021.
Open call for publication in special issue "Wheat Agronomic and Quality Responses to Environmental Impacts" of journal Agronomy.
Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) is one of the most widely grown food crops in the world, providing on average 20% of the total calories in human consumption. Population growth, climate change, and available arable land along with biotic and abiotic influences endanger wheat production worldwide. It seems inevitable that the next—in fact, already ongoing—long-term humanity challenge will be to strengthen activities aiming to ensure sufficient food supply. One of the most direct solutions to these challenges in wheat will be to increase productivity through the creation of new enhanced wheat cultivars with increased/optimized yield and quality potential along with improved response against diverse biotic and abiotic stressors. Implementation of an integrative and interdisciplinary approach will be necessary to address this task successfully.
In this Special Issue, we welcome original research, latest studies, reviews, and achievements regarding advances in wheat breeding, improvement of yield and quality, stability and adaptability of wheat cultivars/germplasm, wheat response to biotic and abiotic stress/production factors, advances in the area of wheat intended for special purposes, as well as evaluation and implementation of wheat genetic resources in wheat breeding.
Dr. Krešimir Dvojković
Prof. Dr. Hrvoje Šarčević
Dr. Aleksandra Torbica
Dr. Daniela Horvat
This special issue is now open for submission.
As the Guest Editors of this Special Issue “Wheat Agronomic and Quality Responses to Environmental Impacts” in Agronomy, we welcome you to consider submitting a research or review paper or a short communication relevant to this topic. Please access the detailed Special Issue information at:
Benefits of publishing with Agronomy:
1. Open access. Open access (unlimited and free access to readers) increases publicity and promotes more frequent citations, as indicated by several studies.
2. High visibility and impact. Agronomy is indexed by the leading indexing services, like SCIE, PubMed, and Scopus, and has an Impact Factor of 3.417.
3. Rapid publication times combined with thorough peer review. The average whole processing period from submission to publication is about 38 days.
An Article Processing Charge (APC) of 1800 CHF currently applies to all accepted papers (APC: 2000 CHF from 1 January 2022 onwards).
If this is of interest, you are welcome to send a tentative title. We believe your contribution will be highly appreciated by our readers. In the hope that this invitation receives your favorable consideration,we look forward to hearing from you.