Manisa Celal Bayar University, Science and Arts Faculty, Biology Department,
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The important topic that Biological Sciences focuses on is threating plants, nature and environment by human. Plants are the basic and important part of life at different temporal and spatial scales. On the other hand, every year significant number of plants and other living things are disappear because of environmental negative changes. Because of that reason, many publications tried to take consider to the biological basis of the world during the last decade.
‘Plant Biology and Environment’ is a special issue which its first aim is presenting recent and valuable scientific investigations under the light of new advances, approaches and growing trends about plant biology and environment. The special Issue will be a well significant source for academics, graduate students and all the people who are interested in science.