Volume 6 - 2021
20. Cultivation of different strains of Lentinus tigrinus from selected areas of Luzon Island, Philippines
Kalaw SP et al. (2021)
19. Antifungal effects of Ocimum Kilimandscharicum oil on Aspergillus flavus Infecting Maize after Harvest
Kaguchia SM et al. (2021)
18. Diatrypella macrospora, a new host and geographical record from Forlì-Cesena, Italy
Carpouron JE et al. (2021)
17. Contributions to the family Ascobolaceae of India
Yatoo SF et al. (2021)
16. Research on arbuscular mycorrhizae in Cuba: a historical review and future perspectives
Furrazola E et al. (2021)
14. New records of Graphidaceae (lichenized fungi) from the Western Ghats of Kerala state, India
Biju H et al. (2021)
13. Lichens of the Sirumalai hills, Eastern Ghats with one genus and six species new to India
Nayaka S et al. (2021)
12. Endophytic fungi: a source of potential anticancer compounds
Palwe SD et al. (2021)
11. Diversity of Gasteromycetes in Rajasthan, India-I
Chouhan R, Panwar C (2021)
Studies in Fungi - ISSN 2465-4973
Studies in Fungi is an international peer-reviewed journal covering all aspects of mycology. It has built a reputation for swift publication of high quality papers related to fungi and fungus-like organisms including lichens, oomycetes and slime molds. The Journal publishes papers on a range of topics including fungal taxonomy and phylogeny, domestication, ecology, evolution, genetics, genomics, animal or plant pathology, applied reviews of research advances, research topics, methodology reviews, metabolite production, mycotoxins and post-harvest issues, taxonomic reviews such as monographs, and countrywide reviews.
Researchers working in the fields of general mycology, medical mycology, animal and plant pathology, biotechnology, biodiversity and agriculture are welcome to submit their work for publication. Studies in Fungi is an open access journal. All manuscripts will undergo blind peer review before acceptance. Studies in Fungi will publish each manuscript as quickly as possible following acceptance by the editors.
Highlights of publication
- Peer-reviewed manuscripts and monographs
- Open access
- Quick turnaround
- No page or article submission charges for publication regardless of length
- Online edition colour plates free of charge
- Special volumes
The journal operates a single blind review process. All contributions will be initially assessed by the editor in chief (EIC) for suitability for the journal. Papers deemed suitable are then sent to a minimum of two independent expert reviewers to assess the scientific quality of the paper. The EIC is responsible for the final decision regarding acceptance or rejection of articles.
Studies In Fungi publishes an yearly volume from January to December each year.