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Acta Botanica Croatica
|ISSN 0365-0588 (Print)
|ISSN 1847-8476 (Online)
||"Acta Botanica Croatica"
Sveučilište u Zagrebu /
Division of Biology
Faculty of Science,
University of Zagreb
Rooseveltov trg 6
PO Box 333
Tel. (+385 1) 48 77 745
Fax: (+385 1) 48 26 260
Submission of papers and all recent information on :
Prof. Damir Vilicic
||Division of Biology, Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb
||Rooseveltov trg 6, 10 000 Zagreb
The journal originally entitled Acta Botanica Instituti Botanici Regalis Universitatis Zagrebensis was founded in 1925. In 1957 its name was changed to Acta Botanica Croatica. In 1998, it became an entirely English-language journal.
The journal covers field (terrestrial and aquatic) and experimental research on plants and algae; including plant viruses and bacteria; from the subcellular level to ecosystems. Manuscripts focusing upon the lowland and karstic areas of southern Europe, karstic waters, other types of fresh water, and the Adriatic (Mediterranean) Sea are particularly welcome.
AGRICOLA, BIOSIS, CAB International, EBSCO Publishing, Elsevier BIOBASE, Current Awareness in Plant Science, Scopus, Open Access Journals (DOAJ), Zoological Records, Web of Science – Science Citation Index Expanded.
IF = 0.435 (ISI Web of Knowledge, Journal Citation Reports, 2012 edition)
Instructions to authors, information on manuscript submissions and editorial work my be found on the website
Open Access publishing by Versita
Supported by Ministry of Science of Croatia.
Year of publication of the first issue: 1957
frequency (annually): 2
||Natural sciences; Biology;
||Full-text papers can be used for personal or educational purposes only. Authors' and publisher's copyrights must be acknowledged.
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