Agrotechniques in Industrial Crops (ATIC) is an international peer-reviewed open-access quarterly journal that publishes research on cultivated plants (crops) of industrial value. The papers involve research on crop-oriented and bio-based materials; crops and products of interest include fibers, forest, and energy crops, industrial oil seeds, rubber and resins, and planted medicinal and aromatic plants. ATIC is a quarterly online journal published by Razi University and Seed Science Society of Iran. This journal is devoted to the publication of original articles, review articles, short communications, etc., considering the research ethics and academic rules and regulations. All papers are subject to a double-blind reviewing process. The submitted manuscripts will be published after a thorough review and the editorial board's approval. Researchers are highly appreciated if they visit this website, register, submit and set up their papers based on the Instructions to Authors. Therefore, visiting in person or calling the journal office is not recommended, so all connections with authors and reviewers are made through the website.
|Agrotechniques in Industrial Crops
|Journal Abbreviated Title
|Agrotech Ind Crops
|Journal Title Acronym
|Online ISSN: 2783-2945
Scopus Subject Area and Category:
Agricultural and Biological Sciences
-- Agronomy and Crop Science
Web of Science Subject Area and Categorie:
Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE)
-- Agricultural Engineering | Agronomy
Agriculture, Biology & Environmental Sciences-- Agriculture/Agronomy
- Agricultural systems in industrial crops and products
- Biodiversity of industrial crops and their relatives
- Biological studies in industrial crops
- Biologically active compounds
- Breeding, genetics, and prospecting of cultivated industrial crops
- Climate change and industrial crops agricultural systems
- Commercialization of industrial crops and products
- Crop and forestry biorefinery
- Forgotten and new industrial plants
- Industrial crop management
- Industrial crops and products
- Protection of germplasms of industrial crops and their relatives- Sustainable cropping systems
|Danial Kahrizi, Ph.D.
|Farzad Mondani, Ph.D.
|Place of Publication
|Yes, Double-Blind Peer Review
|Manuscript turnaround time of the serial publication
|Manuscript acceptance rate
|Type of Access
|Open Access (OA)
|Type of License
|CC-BY: Creative Commons — Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)
|Open Access Statement
Agrotechniques in Industrial Crops (ATIC) is a fully open-access journal, which means that all articles are available on the Web to all users immediately upon publication. All content of the Journal is published with open access under the Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0). This license allows users to copy and redistribute the article under the following conditions:
- Share — copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format.
- Adapt — remix, transform, and build upon the material for any purpose, even commercially.
Benefits of open access for authors include:
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- Free access for all users worldwide.
- Increased visibility and readership.
- No spatial constraints.
- Rapid publication.
No publication charges are required from the author(s).
|The Policy of Screening for Plagiarism
All manuscripts must be free from plagiarism contents. Manuscripts submitted to the ATIC will be screened for plagiarism using similarity check and plagiarism detection tools. All authors are suggested to use plagiarism detection software to check the similarity before submitting their manuscript to the journal.Editors check the plagiarism detection of manuscripts by using Grammarly detection software (www.grammarly.com) and using iThenticate and PlagScan. The journal will immediately reject papers leading to plagiarism or self-plagiarism. Whenever it is determined that the manuscript has not complied with the plagiarism rules, the article is rejected (before accepting) and if it has been published (after accepting), it will be removed from the published list and placed in the withdrawn list (returned articles because of Failure to observe plagiarism law).
|Type of Publication (Processing Charges and Publication Charges)
No publication charges are required from the author.
Full-text access: Open Access
|Type of Material
Organizational and institutional support, Donations
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Agrotechniques in Industrial Crops (ATIC) is an international peer-reviewed open-access quarterly journal that publishes research on cultivated plants (crops) of industrial value. The papers involve research on crop-oriented and bio-based materials; crops and products of interest include fibers, forest and energy crops, industrial oil seeds, rubber and resins, and planted medicinal and aromatic plants. ATIC is a quarterly online journal published by Razi University and Seed Science Society of Iran.
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|Data Sharing Policy
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