Tree Genetics and Molecular Breeding (ISSN 1927-5781) is an international, open access, peer reviewed journal, committed to serve for tree genetics and molecular breeding, particularly publishing innovative research findings in the basic and applied fields of tree molecular genetics and novel techniques for crop/ fruit/forest/ornamental/horticultural trees improvement, as well as applications of molecular enhanced products. TGMB publishes all the latest and outstanding research articles, letters and reviews in all aspects of tree genetics and molecular breeding, include studies in tree genetics and molecular breeding, include studies in crop/fruit/forest/ornamental/horticultural trees genetic diversity, conservation genetics, molecular genetics, evolutionary genetics, population genetics, physiology, biochemistry, transgene, genetic rule analysis, QTL analysis, vitro propagation; fruit/forest/ornamental/horticultural trees breeding studies and advanced breeding technologies.
Tree Genetics and Molecular Breeding (ISSN 1927-5781) is deposited in CrossRef. The Journal has been indexed by CABI and ProQuest as well.
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