The Agriculture Section of All Life publishes on cultivating soil, growing crops, raising livestock and all associated agricultural subject areas.
In this section of All Life, we consider for publication:
Agricultural Bioresources and Sustainability
Agriculture and Rural Development
Biocatalysts in Agriculture
Computational Agricultural Biology
Environmental Science and Agriculture
Food Science and Technology
Plant Breeding Genetics
Land Use Modeling
Crop and Animal Systems
2019 Impact Factor 1.273
Five-Year Impact Factor 3.093
WEB OF SCIENCE® Indexed
2019 CiteScore 5.50
All Life is linked with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. In this section we invite researchers to share their latest research, data and opinions that work towards progressing solutions to Goal 2: Zero Hunger.
Meet the Section Editor
University of Guilan, Iran
Arash Zibaee is an Associate Professor of Agricultural Entomology at Department of Plant Protection, University of Guilan, Iran. He received his PhD on pathology and immune effects of the entomopathogenic fungus, Beauveria bassiana from the University of Tehran and afterwards, gained techniques in molecular and histological studies of insects at the Department of Life Science in University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy. His main study areas are digestive physiology and immunity of insects by emphasis on regulatory mechanisms to clarify whether they lead to decreased population outbreaks of insect pests or increased efficacy of natural predators. He works on insect digestion through purification and genetic characterization of digestive enzymes, insect cellular and humeral responses and effects of environmental factors on these physiological systems.
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