Contributed byBradley I. HillmanAPS Publications Board ChairRutgers UniversityNew Brunswick, NJ
Three key components of the newly-revised APSnet are APS's journals: Phytopathology, the premier international journal for publication of articles on fundamental research regarding plant diseases; Plant Disease, a leading international journal of applied plant pathology; and Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions, which publishes significant research on the molecular genetics and molecular biology of the interactions of microbes and plants. In addition, the monthly newsletter of APS, Phytopathology News, is online, providing current coverage of society activities.
While access to full-text articles is limited to online subscribers, tables of contents, abstracts, sample issues, and search capabilities of all three journals are available to all. Plant Disease publishes online interpretive summaries of articles appearing in the print journal that are also open to the public.
In addition to full-text articles as they appear in print, subscribers to the online journals will see "e-Xtra" options designed to enhance the usefulness of the online versions. Authors may publish figures in color online that appear in black-and-white in print, and abstracts may contain up to five external links to public databases, such as GenBank, or other approved web sites. Supplemental materials, such as additional tables or figures, may be linked to the online abstract. Online Disease Notes may contain up to two figures not published in print. All subscribers have access to electronic archival issues back to 1997 and will be notified by e-mail when a new issue is available.
Please check out all of APS's online journals. Instructions for authors and subscription information are easily accessible.
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