Asian Journal of Mycology
The “Asian journal of Mycology” is an international peer-reviewed journal publishing high quality papers in the whole field of mycology and lichenology. This includes fungal biology, diversity, ecology and evolution as well as taxonomic works and checklists. The main focus is on basic original research, but review articles and studies on methodology and applied aspects 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. Articles from Asia are particularly welcome but not exclusive. AJOM has no page or open access charges and offers a free outlet for the publications of the mycology community.
Asian journal of Mycology is the official journal of Mae Fah Luang University, Center of Excellence in Fungal Research, Thailand.
Highlights of publication
- Peer-reviewed manuscripts on all aspects of mycology
- Open access
- Quick turnaround
- No page charges
Articles in the “Asian journal of Mycology” will be published open access. All manuscripts will undergo peer review before acceptance.
Asian Journal of Mycology will publish one yearly volume.
Asian Journal of Mycology is indexed in Web of Science from 2018 in the following products:
- Biological Abstracts
- BIOSIS Previews
Volume 4 - 2021 issue 1
10. Low temperature induces Polyporus umbellatus sclerotia formation on nutrient media
Pasailiuk MV. (2021)
9. Effect of Mycorrhiza on the Growth of Paraserianthes falcataria (L.) I.C Nielson under Hg-contamination
Latifah I el al. (2021)
8. AJOM new records and collections of fungi: 101-150
Chethana KWT et al. (2021)
7. A review on pigment producing soil fungi and its applications
Anugraha AC & Thomas T. (2021)
6. New host record of Heterosphaeria linariae (Heterosphaeriaceae, Helotiales) from Peucedanum cervaria in Italy
Phutthacharoen K et al. (2021)
5. Current status of research on Rust fungi (Pucciniales) in India
Gautam AK et al. (2021)
4. Ganoderma research activities and development in Namibia: A review
Ueitele ISE et al. (2021)
3. First collection of the asexual state of Trichaleurina javanica from nature and the placement of Kumanasamuha
Iturriaga T et al. (2021)