We join in protest with all those who condemn the Russian government's unprovoked, brutal aggression against Ukraine, which has caused a deep humanitarian crisis

The main goal of Plant and Fungal Systematics is to promote integrated systematic biology (fusing traditional approaches, modern molecular techniques and bioinformatics tools) in order to more effectively describe plant and fungal biodiversity within a phylogenetic framework. Detailed descriptions and illustrations of morphological characters for newly introduced species, and deposition of voucher specimens, cultures, DNA sequences, alignments and phylogenies in public repositories are central to this endeavor.

The journal publishes up to 25 articles a year in standard issues. The number of articles may be higher in special cases. Authors can be assured that their work will be prepared with the highest possible editorial, graphic and linguistic standards. All new contributions are initially assessed by the Editors-in-Chief to determine the suitability of each manuscript for the journal. After a positive initial assessment, all scientific manuscripts are reviewed by at least two referees and proceed further only after receiving positive feedback. In questionable situations, the manuscripts are reviewed by an additional reviewer or subjected to another round of review.

The journal does not impose article-processing charges or article-submission charges. For more information see guidelines for authors.

Adam Flakus, W. Szafer Institute of Botany, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
Jolanta Miadlikowska, Department of Biology, Duke University, USA

MNiSW 2024
0.390 (Q2)
ICV 2022

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