Phytochemical Analysis

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  • Editorial Board: Satyajit D. Sarker Department of Pharmacy School of Applied Sciences University of Wolverhampton
  • Published Date: 22 June 2010
  • Source / Publisher: Wiley
  • Copyright: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

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Phytochemical Analysisis (ISI Impact Factor 2011: 2.633) devoted to the publication of original articles concerning the development, improvement, validation and/or extension of application of analytical methodology in the plant sciences.


The spectrum of coverage is broad, encompassing methods and techniques relevant to the detection (including bio-screening), extraction, separation, purification, identification and quantification of compounds in plant biochemistry, plant cellular and molecular biology, plant biotechnology, the food sciences, agriculture and horticulture.


The Journal publishes papers describing significant novelty in the analysis of whole plants (including algae), plant cells, tissues and organs, plant-derived extracts and plant products (including those which have been partially or completely refined for use in the food, agrochemical, pharmaceutical and related industries).


All forms of physical, chemical, biochemical, spectroscopic, radiometric, electrometric, chromatographic, metabolomic and chemometric investigations of plant products (monomeric species as well as polymeric molecules such as nucleic acids, proteins, lipids and carbohydrates) are included within the remit of the Journal. Papers dealing with novel methods relating to areas such as data handling/ data mining in plant sciences will also be welcomed.


Phytochemical Analysis is intended to serve as a major resource for information on analytical and instrumental methodology in the plant sciences. Together with original articles and accelerated communications, all of which will be both timely and of interest to a wide readership, short review articles describing recent advances in specific areas of plant analysis will be published. Reviews are by invitation only, but the Editor-in-Chief welcomes suggestions for new review topics from potential authors.

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