The Turkish Journal of Biodiversity (Turk J Biod), founded in 2018, is a double blind peer-reviewed, international journal in Turkish and English. It is published electronically 2 times a year by the Ali Nihat Gökyiğit Botanical Garden Application and Research Center of Artvin Coruh University in collaboration with ULAKBIM. It publishes full-length original research papers related to biodiversity for a broad range of international scientists.
The Turkish Journal of Biodiversity is a double blind peer-reviewed, journal for rapid publication of high quality papers on any aspect of systematic botany and zoology, with a preference for large taxonomic works such as monographs, floras, faunas, both living and fossil, revisions and evolutionary studies and descriptions of new taxa. All types of taxonomic papers are considered, including theories and methods of systematics and phylogeny, taxonomic monographs, history of botanical explorations,revisions and reviews, catalogues/checklists, biographies and bibliographies, identification guides, analysis of characters, phylogenetic studies and phytogeography, phylogenetic relationships and zoogeographical patterns of distribution, descriptions of taxa, typification and nomenclature.
The scope of the journal
covers the following thematic categories: agronomy, horticulture, plant
breeding, plant protection, plant molecular biology and biotechnology, biodiversity,
genetics, evolution, systematics, structure, function, development, conservation
biology, biogeography, paleobotany, ontogeny, functional morphology, ecology, reproductive
biology, and pollination biology, forestry, forest industry products entomology,
zoology, pathology, forest resources conservation, forest health monitoring and
assessment, forest fire, wood science and technology, soil science and plant
nutrition, bionergy and energy crops, irrigation, agricultural technologies,
plant-based food science and technology, tree physiology, forest biomass,
carbon, and bioenergy, biotechnology and molecular biology, genetics and tree
breeding, silviculture, forest management, Landscape
Architecture, and all plant and animal groups and allied
organisms (algae, fungi, and lichens).