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Call for Papers: Two thematic series are now open for submissions

Micro and nanoplastics in the agricultural environmentWe are pleased to announce that Chemical and Biological Technologies in Agriculture currently has three thematic series open for submission:

'Micro and nanoplastics in the agricultural environment: assessing fate and ecological impacts' will help collate research on various aspects of plastics in agriculture, such as the fate and processes of plastics from wastes to soil, analytical methods for the determination of plastics in soils and plants and farm to fork transport of plastics from soil to food. 

The scientific bases of biodynamic agricultureThe scientific bases of biodynamic agriculture' thematic series will help collate research on the different topics inherent to biodynamic agricultural practices which impact on areas such as crop yield, soil fertility, product quality, composting quality and plant resistance.

All of the above are open for submission of original research and review articles. Click here to submit your manuscript now.

Featured Articles: Editor’s pick

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Antivirus isoindolinone alkaloids with rare oxocyclopenta[f]isoindole frameworks isolated from the stems of flue cured tobacco

Chemical and Biological Technologies in Agriculture 2022 9:88


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Reduced graphene oxide-based nanometal-composite containing copper and silver nanoparticles protect tomato and pepper against Xanthomonas euvesicatoria infection

Chemical and Biological Technologies in Agriculture 2022 9:84

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Spectroscopic analysis of mushrooms by surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS)

Chemical and Biological Technologies in Agriculture 2022 9:100


  1. Authors: Nidal Jaradat, Murad Abualhasan, Mohammed Hawash, Mohammad Qadi, Nawaf Al-Maharik, Samer Abdallah, Ahmed Mousa, Abdelrazaq Zarour, Mohammad Arar, Shorooq Sobuh, Fatima Hussein, Linda Issa, Adan Jaber, Haya Hamduni and Sarit Alshahatit


Arbuscular Mycorrhiza Fungi: prospects and new directions
Edited by: Prof. Vincenza Cozzolino


Magnetic Resonance in Agriculture
Edited by: Prof Pierluigi Mazzei
Collection published: 13 February 2017


Bioeffectors for a sustainable intensification of Agriculture
Edited by: Prof. Günter Neumann
Collection published: 22 April 2016


HA/NOM Structure and Bioactivity
Edited by: Dr Marios Drosos
Collection published: 24 April 2015

CEFood 2014 - Food Chain Integration
Edited by: Prof Vladimir Kakurinov
Collection published: 24 April 2015


Biomass Usage in Brazil
Edited by: Dr. Silvio Vaz Jr
Collection published: 13 August 2014

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Chemical and Biological Technologies in Agriculture is an international, interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed forum for the discussion of all fields of agricultural chemistry and related technologies.

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Editor profile

Alessandro Piccolo is Professor of Agricultural Chemistry and Director of the Research Centre for NMR in Environment, Agro-food and New Materials at the Università di Napoli Federico II. He received his degrees in Physical Organic Chemistry from the Università di Roma “La Sapienza”, and in Agronomy from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He received the degree of Doctor Honoris Causa from the University of Life Sciences of Prague, Czech Republic (2009). Prof. Piccolo is a recipient of the “Humboldt Prize” in Chemistry from the “Alexander von Humboldt” Foundation, Bonn, Germany (1999) and of the “Gambrinus Prize” for Environmental Chemistry (2004) from the University of Dortmund. He is Honorary Professor at the Agricultural University of Prague (1995), and at the Agricultural University of Nanjing (2012). In addition, Alessandro Piccolo is the editor of two books and author of numerous chapters in scientific books, of more than 200 peer-reviewed scientific papers, and is ranked among the Top Italian Scientists.

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