International Journal of Secondary Metabolite (IJSM) are open-access, peer-reviewed academic journals published electronically. The goal of the journals is to improve the research culture and help knowledge spread rapidly in the academic world by providing a common academic platform. International Journal of Secondary Metabolite publishes 4 issues per year starting from 2018 and accepts English language manuscripts covering all areas of plant biology (medical aromatic plants, plant physiology, biochemistry, plant chemistry, allelopathy, plant hormones, secondary metabolites, plant biotechnology, antioxidant).
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