Fees and privileges
Physiologia Plantarum has no page limit and no fee per pages. It is however in the interest of the authors to focus their papers. Verbose manuscripts will be returned with a request for condensation.
Physiologia Plantarum offers authors free colour-online service, where colour figures are published on the journal website free of charge. In addition, the journal offers 3 colour figures free of charge in the printed version, provided the colour is deemed necessary by the Editor. Subsequent printed colour figures will be chargeable (4th figure 150£, subsequent figures 50£ each). A Colour Work Agreement form must be submitted to the Publisher before the manuscript can be published (see p.31).
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The Author may not update the submitted version or replace it with the published paper. Self-archiving of the accepted version is subject to an embargo period of 12 months.
- The right to transmit, print and share copies with colleagues.
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