Algological Research Papers

Algological Studies publishes peer reviewed, original scientific papers of international significance from the entire field of phycology: taxonomy, systematics and floristics, physiology, biochemistry, genetic studies, hydrobiology, phytogeography, cultivation. This includes contributions to algal biotechnology and applied phycology.

Algolgical Studies were published continously since 1968 when they were founded as a supplement series of then Archiv für Hydrobiologie. Beginning in 2007, Algological Studies are published and edited as an independent journal.

 

Publisher: E. Schweizerbart'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung

41 Issues and 1 fast track article are available (most recent: August 31, 2016)

  • Volume 151
  • Volume 151/152, Number 1 September 2016Phycology in Polar Regions
  • Volume 150
  • Number 1, May 2016
  • Volume 149
  • Number 1, December 2015
  • Volume 148
  • Number 1, November 2015
  • Volume 147
  • Number 1, March 2015
  • Volume 145
  • Volume 145/146, Number 1 October 2014Phycology in China
  • Volume 144
  • Number 1, April 2014
  • Volume 143
  • Number 1, December 2013
  • Volume 142
  • Number 1, May 2013
  • Volume 141
  • Number 1, April 2013
  • Volume 140
  • Number 1, November 2012
  • Volume 139
  • Number 1, August 2012
  • Volume 138
  • Number 1, April 2012
  • Volume 136
  • Volume 136/137, Number 1 March 2011Proceedings of the 1st European Workshop on Diatom Taxonomy, Belvaux, Luxembourg, November 26-27, 2009
  • Volume 135
  • Number 1, November 2010
  • Volume 134
  • Number 1, July 2010
  • Volume 133
  • Number 1, April 2010
  • Volume 132
  • Number 1, December 2009
  • Volume 131
  • Number 1, November 2009
  • Volume 130
  • Number 1, October 2009
  • Volume 129
  • Number 1, September 2009
  • Volume 128
  • Number 1, October 2008
  • Volume 127
  • Number 1, August 2008
  • Volume 126
  • Number 1, April 2008
  • Volume 125
  • Number 1, November 2007
  • Volume 124
  • Number 1, July 2007
  • Volume 123
  • Number 1, May 2007
  • Volume 122
  • Number 1, December 2006
  • Volume 121
  • Number 1, October 2006
  • Volume 120
  • Number 1, July 2006
  • Volume 119
  • Number 1, April 2006
  • Volume 118
  • Number 1, December 2005
  • Volume 117
  • Number 1, October 2005
  • Volume 116
  • Number 1, July 2005
  • Volume 115
  • Number 1, April 2005
  • Volume 114
  • Number 1, December 2004
  • Volume 113
  • Number 1, August 2004
  • Volume 112
  • Number 1, May 2004
  • Volume 111
  • Number 1, February 2004
  • Volume 110
  • Number 1, November 2003
  • Volume 109
  • Number 1, August 2003

Algal Research is an international phycology journal covering all areas of emerging technologies in algae biology, biomass production, cultivation, harvesting, extraction, bioproducts, biorefinery, engineering, and econometrics. Algae is defined to include cyanobacteria, microalgae, and protists and...

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Algal Research is an international phycology journal covering all areas of emerging technologies in algae biology, biomass production, cultivation, harvesting, extraction, bioproducts, biorefinery, engineering, and econometrics. Algae is defined to include cyanobacteria, microalgae, and protists and symbionts of interest in biotechnology. The journal publishes original research and reviews for the following scope: algal biology, including but not exclusive to: phylogeny, biodiversity, molecular traits, metabolic regulation, and genetic engineering, algal cultivation, e.g. phototrophic systems, heterotrophic systems, and mixotrophic systems, algal harvesting and extraction systems, biotechnology to convert algal biomass and components into biofuels and bioproducts, e.g., nutraceuticals, pharmaceuticals, animal feed, plastics, etc. algal products and their economic assessment

Papers in the latter topics should include characterization and analysis in support of such processes and technologies, for example:approaches to biorefinery and biomass characterization, sustainability assessments and analyses, such as techno-economic, life cycle, and resource assessments of systems and processes using algae as a main source of biomass.

The journal will not consider manuscripts where the core concept is the experimental design (RSM, CCD or other) in the opitmization of a process, or the biological activity of algae extracts without full characterization and identification of the compounds responsible for the bioactivity.

Review articles, book reviews and commentaries should only be submitted after consultation with the Editors.

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