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FEMS Microbiology Reviews

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Published by Elsevier on behalf of the Federation of European Microbiological Societies

 

Status
active
Indexing
Hygiene and Communicable Diseases; Agricola C R I S (Dec.1989, vol.63(4)-); Aquatic Sciences & Fisheries Abstracts; BIOBASE; Biochemistry and Biophysics Citation Index; BIOSIS Previews; Biotechnology Citation Index; C S A Agricultural & Environmental Biotechnology Abstracts; C S A Virology and AIDS Abstracts (Cambridge Scientific Abstracts); Chemical Abstracts; Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology Abstracts (Online Edition); Current Awareness in Biological Sciences; Current Contents; Dairy Science Abstracts; Environment Abstracts; Excerpta Medica; Field Crop Abstracts; Food Science and Technology Abstracts; Forestry Abstracts; Genetics Abstracts; Index Veterinarius; MEDLINE; Microbiology Abstracts; Nutrition Abstracts and Reviews; Plant Breeding Abstracts; Plant Growth Regulator Abstracts; Protozoological Abstracts; PubMed; Review of Medical and Veterinary Mycology; Review of Plant Pathology; Science Citation Index; Soils and Fertilizers; Sugar Industry Abstracts; Tropical Diseases Bulletin; Veterinary Bulletin
Subject

Source type
Journal
Publisher
ISBN ISSN
0168-6445
E ISSN
1574-6976
First volume
11
Last volume
31+
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Description

FEMS Microbiology Reviews publishes comprehensive reviews dealing with key areas in microbiology, of current and future interest.

Reviews provide either critical or authoritative coverage of a topic or may be of a more speculative nature. So far as possible, articles should be addressed to both specialists and the general reader.

The journal occasionally publishes thematic issues focused on subjects of major interest.

Topics  include:

  • Basic and applied microbiology studies covering the diversity of the microbial world
  • The fundamental biology of microorganisms, including physiology, genetics, molecular biology and their interrelations
  • System microbiology including genomic and proteomic approaches
  • Microbial phylogeny and evolution
  • Microbial pathogenicity in humans, animals and plants; characterization of microbial-host interactions
  • Technological or conceptual developments opening new basic and applied perspectives in microbiology
  • Historical reflections on important subjects in microbiology











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