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The Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution includes high-quality original research and review papers that advance our knowledge and understanding of the function, diversity, abundance, distribution, and evolution of organisms. We give equal consideration to all submissions regardless of geography. Applied ecology problems, such as biological control and conservation biology, are welcome, particularly if they address conceptual problems. Theoretical papers are equally welcome. Preference is given to hypothesis-driven papers, and papers that are purely descriptive have a low probability of acceptance. Please note that papers will be rejected without review, if they do not fit the scope of the journal.

The journal was initially called Israel Journal of Zoology (1963 - 2005), which was changed in 2016 to Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution and published by Brill from 2017 onwards. Volumes 1 to 11 are not available at Brill.

Authors are entirely responsible for statements, whether fact or opinion. All papers are subject to peer review. We strive for a rapid review process. Authors may suggest competent referees for consideration by the editorial board. Referees will remain anonymous unless they expressly request to be identified.
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The Journal ‘Plant-Arthropod-Microbe Interactions’ covers the multidirectional three-way interactions between plants, microbes and arthropods (PMA) from the molecular to the community level. It publishes contributions that enhance our understanding of the impacts of PMA interactions on the physiology, ecology and evolution of the species involved and the consequences for their associated communities and ecosystems, as well as the mechanisms underlying these interactions, and their potential for utilisation in sustainable agriculture and horticulture.

The journal covers impacts of plant-associated microbes including phytopathogens (viruses, bacteria, fungi, oomycetes, nematodes) and phytosymbionts (e.g. mycorrhizae, rhizobia, plant growth promoting rhizobacteria and fungi, endophytes) on plant-associated arthropods such as pollinators and herbivorous or disease-vectoring arthropods and their natural enemies, and vice versa. Likewise, it covers the impacts of arthropod-associated microbes including entomopathogens, baculoviruses and nutritional or defensive endosymbionts on plant-arthropod and plant-microbe interactions, and vice versa.

The scope of the journal encompasses both studies focusing on individual species and studies addressing impacts of/on whole communities, including plant, rhizosphere or arthropod microbiomes. Innovative contributions that address the multitude of PMA interactions in natural or food-production systems, the impact of abiotic environmental factors modulating these interactions, their underlying molecular and ecological mechanisms, and their ecological and evolutionary consequences are welcomed.

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Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology is an international academic journal that studies the relationships between religion, culture, and ecology worldwide. The journal addresses how cultural and ecological developments influence the world's major religions, giving rise to new forms of religious expression, and how in turn religious belief and cultural background can influence peoples' attitudes toward ecology.
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