Asian Journal of Mycology
Aims and Scope
The “Asian journal of Mycology” (AJOM), the official journal of the Center of Excellence in Fungal Research, Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand, is an international, open-access, peer-reviewed journal. The primary focus of this journal is to publish a wide range of high-quality articles in mycology and lichenology, specifically from Asia, but not exclusively. The research areas include:
- Fungal diversity (systematics, taxonomy, molecular phylogeny, checklists, omics)
- Fungal ecology (pathology, epidemiology, symbiosis, succession)
- Fungal biology (cell biology, biochemistry, physiology, natural antibiotics, antimycotics, and other fungal secondary metabolites)
- Applied mycology (biotechnology)
- Fungal evolution
The main focus of the journal is on basic original research, but review articles and methodological articles are highly welcome. Studies published in the “Asian journal of Mycology” are accompanied by publicly accessible data and provide maximum transparency and reproducibility of analyses workflows. AJOM offers a free outlet for the publications of the mycology community, and there are no word limits for papers in this journal.
Type of Articles
- Research articles – The articles are full reports of data from research and should be organized to contain an abstract, introduction, methods, results, discussion, and conclusion sections.
- Review articles - These articles provide critical and constructive analyses on a particular topic, perspective, methodologies, or issue of significant importance to mycology.
- Methodological articles – These articles provide either a completely new or an improved version of an existing method, test, or procedure and demonstrate the advances.
All manuscripts undergo single-blinded peer review by at least two external reviewers before final-decision by the chief editor.
Asian Journal of Mycology publishes two issues per volume yearly. Two issues: 1st issue: January-June, 2nd issue: July-December.
Asian Journal of Mycology requires that all articles must be written in the English language with proper grammar and spelling.
There are no processing charges in the Asian Journal of Mycology. All articles published in AJOM are open-access and freely and widely available to all readers via the journal website.
Publication Malpractice Statement
Asian Journal of Mycology is committed to upholding the highest standards of scholarly publishing and ethical conduct. We expect all authors, reviewers, editors, and the journal itself to adhere to the guidelines stated under Submissions.
Ownership and Management
Asian Journal of Mycology is owned by the Center of Excellence in Fungal Research, Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand and receives financial support from the Mae Fah Luang University. Mae Fah Luang University ensures that the journal operates independently, adheres to ethical guidelines, and remains committed to fostering the advancement and dissemination of knowledge in the ASEAN region and beyond, with the highest standards of integrity, transparency, and quality in scholarly publishing.
Mushroom Research Foundation, 292 Moo 18 Bandu District, Muang Chiangrai, Thailand 57100.
Asian Journal of Mycology is supported by Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand. The revenue sources do not influence or interfere with editorial independence. The editorial decisions, including the selection and peer-review process of manuscripts, are made solely based on the scientific merit, originality, and relevance of the research.
Advertising and Direct Marketing
Asian Journal of Mycology has no advertising and marketing policies. The journal welcomes all submissions that are in line with the stated aims and scope with no publication charges.
- Biological Abstracts
- BIOSIS Previews
Volume 6 - 2023 issue 2
7. AJOM new records and collections of fungi: 151-200
Chethana KWT et al. (2023)
6. Molecular and morphological studies on some gasteroid (Basidiomycota) fungi from Western India
Patel RR & Rajput (2023)
2. Efficacy of Botanical Mixture and Fungicides to Combat Sigatoka Disease in Banana Cultivation
Dissanayake et al. (2023)
Volume 6 - 2023 issue 1
10. Effect of two root endophytes (Campylospora parvula and Tetracladium setigerum) on the growth of the wheat plant
Pant P & Sati SC (2023)