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Welcome to Plant Omics

Plant OMICS is an open access international, peer-reviewed publication that gathers and disseminates fundamental and applied knowledge in almost all area of molecular plant and animal biology, particularly OMICS, including genomics, proteomics, bioinformatics, metabolomics, Lipidomics, etc. Coverage extends to the most corners of plant and animal biology, including molecular biology, genetics, functional and non-functional molecular breeding and physiology, developmental biology, and new technologies such as vaccines.

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MtNOOT gene enhanced high productivity and economical characteristics of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum)

El-Heba found that transformation of tomato plants with

Mt-Noot gene enhances productivity and shelf-life.

tomato_transformaionImage credit: Gerd Altmann from Pixabay.


De novo transcriptome sequencing, assembly, and characterization of Heliopsis longipes roots vs. leaves to discover putative genes involved in specialized metabolites biosynthesis

Buitimea-Cantúa and Jorge Molina-Torres, sequenced, assembled and characterised transcriptome of roots and leaves of Heliopsis longipes involved in the biosynthesis of important metabolites.

Heliopsis longipesImage credit: Schwoaze from Pixabay.


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The peer-reviewed, fully open access journal to span all aspects of plant and animal molecular biology, biotechnology and particularly OMICS-es. The journal spans and dissiminate research on crop, horticultural and animal OMICS and molecular sciences.

What is Plant OMICS?

Omics are various disciplines in molecular biology or biotechnology, in which names end in the suffix -omics, such as genomics, proteomics, metabolomics, metagenomics and transcriptomics. Plant Omics is a filed of research that studies one of the above mentioned topics. The Plant Omics Journal was established on 2008 to cover all of the omics sciences in plants. In 2019, the coverage was extended to animal omics and also agricultural biology and biotechnology.


Genomics studies the entire genome of plants, animnals, anycreature, including assembly, annotation of genome, comparative genomics, evolutionary genomics, epigenomics, phylogenomics etc. Genomics give the answer the questions regarding the basic genetic components of each species and their evolutionary  aspects.



The genetics codes that exit in the genome of species are transcriped into a set of information called  transcriptome. The science to investigate this pure transcribed information of these genetic codes are called transcriptomics.


Proteomics studies the complete set of proteins in  species. The proteins are created from transcriptomes in a phenomenon called translation. In this process the RNAs are translated into polypeptides and consequently proteins. These proteins finally build components for the living cells such as enzymes, etc.


The integration of Omics data and computer science is called bioinformatics. All Omics research produces a huge amount of data such as sequence of genomes and  proteins that cannot be handeled manually. Therefore powerful computer resources and tools are required to analyse these big data.


A specific field of proteomics in which metabolite molecules are investigated. Metabolomics studies the entire metabolites created by species, especially secondary metabolites which are abundant in plants.


It reveales how genomics data of a species coverts to phynotype information. In fact, phenomics is a measurable data of traits in species, created froma complex of genes and gemomic data. In phenomics the data are usually collected very precisly with computerised high throughput devices.

Why Publish in Plant Omics

Plant Omics is one of the first journals in plant omics. It was established in 2008 and since then hundreds of high quality papers have been published. We puiblish based on validity of data and methodology and not significance and citability of contents. We work hard to review and publish in a timely manner. Most peer-reviews are done withibn 30 days from the date of submission. There is no long waiting time. As of 2021, accepted papers are published in a timely manner and not as designated issue, meaning a continuous publication schedule so that articles are published online as soon as they are ready and as quickly as possible. It is as often as weekly. In Plant Omics are articles are fully open access and available to public. The manuscripts are published under CC-BY license.











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Plant Omics does not consider Impact Factor to be a reliable or useful metric to assess the performance of individual articles. Plant Omics supports DORA – the San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment – and does not promote journal Impact Factors such as Journal Citation Report. We will provide the metric to individuals when specifically requested. READ DECLARATION




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