European Journal of Phycology


Professor Christine A. Maggs, School of Biological Sciences, Queen's University Belfast, Belfast B79 7BL, Northern Ireland
Tel. +44 28 9097 2265

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Published on behalf of the British Phycological Society by Taylor & Francis

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The European Journal of Phycology is available to members of the Society at a preferential annual subscription rate of GB£27.00. The full Institutional rate (including online access) is GB£299/US$491. Various European Phycology Society members are also entitled to preferential subscription rates: please contact the publisher for more information.

Aims and Scope

The European Journal of Phycology is an important focus for the activities of phycologists all over the world. The Joint Editors are assisted by an international team of Associate Editors who are experts in the following fields: macroalgal ecology, microalgal ecology, physiology and biochemistry, cell biology, molecular biology, macroalgal and microalgal systematics, applied phycology and biotechnology. The European Journal of Phycology publishes papers on all aspects of algae, including cyanobacteria. Articles may be in the form of primary research papers, Miniviews, which present the author's viewpoint on important recent developments, or full-length reviews of topical subjects.

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