Aim & Scope
Nanomaterial-Plant Interactions is a series ideal for researchers and scientists wanting detailed information on the various applications and technology associated with nanomaterials and plants. Volumes take a deep-dive into an aspect of plant nanotechnology, with titles covering topics such as plant toxicity, seed germination, silver nanoparticles, antioxidant defense systems and many more.
Each volume will be edited by a leading expert in nanotechnology, along with chapter authors from across the globe. Topics to be covered include; nanoparticle toxicity, uptake and accumulation, seed germination, oxidative stress, nanoparticle engineering, carbon nanotubes, plant defense systems and more.
We welcome contributions from all corners of the world. We are particularly looking to publish volumes led by experienced academics in the areas of plant nanotechnology, nanotoxicology and applications of nanomaterials to contribute to the series.
Researchers and scientists interested in plant biotechnology, horticultural sciences, agronomy, nanomaterials and environmental science.