Acta Agronomica Sinica (AAS)
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Acta Agronomica Sinica (AAS) is a monthly academic journal co-sponsored by
Crop Science Society of China and the Institute of Crop Sciences, Chinese
Academy of Agricultural Sciences, under the leadership of China Association
for Science and Technology. AAS was firstly published in 1962. The
predecessors were Proceedings of China Association of Agricultural Science
Societies started in 1919, Chinese Journal of Agricultural Research, started
in 1950 and Acta Agriculturae Sinica started in 1952. As one of the key
scientific journals in China, AAS has been financially supported by China
Association for Science and Technology since 1997 and the National Natural
Science Foundation of China since 2000.
The major aims of AAS are to report the progresses in the disciplines of
crop breeding, crop genetics, crop cultivation, crop physiology, ecology,
biochemistry, germplasm resources, grain chemistry, grain storage and
processing, biotechnology and biomathematics etc. mainly in China and
abroad. The strict peer-review procedure guarantees the academic level and
raises the reputation of the journal. The readership of AAS is for crop
science researchers, students of agricultural colleges and universities, and
persons with similar academic level.
AAS is the leading journal of crop sciences and reflects the latest
achievement in all aspects of crop sciences in China. AAS occupies the first
position on the list of Chinese core journals in Agronomy and Crops field.
Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences
Chinese Academy of Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences
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Current Issue: Volume 34, Issue 5 (May 2008)
Date: 1 October 2008