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Author of Business Sustainability and Insolvency Proceedings—The EU Perspective
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Author of Why Developing Countries Go through an Unsustainable Energy Transition Pathway? The Case of the Philippines from a Political Economic Perspective
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Author of Cultivated Grapevine Displays a Great Diversity for Reproductive Performance Variables
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Author of CD4 T Cell Metabolism Is a Major Contributor of HIV Infectivity and Reservoir Persistence
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Author of Roles of Mitochondrial Respiratory Complexes during Infection
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Author of Genetic Improvement of Chinese Jujube for Disease Resistances: Status, Knowledge Gaps and Research Needs
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Author of Multi-Trait and Trait-Assisted Genomic Prediction of Winter Wheat Quality Traits Using Advanced Lines from Four Breeding Cycles
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Author of Evaluating the Antibacterial Activity of MgO Nanoparticles Synthesized from Aqueous Leaf Extract
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Author of Physical Activity and Nutrition INfluences in Ageing: Current Findings from the PANINI Project
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- Benjamin A. Minden-Birkenmaier (Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of Memphis, 330 Engineering Technology Building, Memphis, TN 38152, USA)
Author of The Effect of Manuka Honey on dHL-60 Cytokine, Chemokine, and Matrix-Degrading Enzyme Release under Inflammatory Conditions
“My experience of publishing with you is very good!!! I particularly like your very timely response to my submissions. I admire your highly qualified reviewers who identified the merits of a manuscript and provided relevant and useful comments and suggestions. I appreciate you take the time to edit the manuscrip before sending out for review and to edit references to your required format. Different journals have different formats, particularly about the references. I feel this very inconvenient. I thank you very much for being flexible on the submissions regarding the format and spend the time to modify any format submitted to you to your journal required format.
As I said earlier, I hope you receive many high quality submissions and become an influential journal in the area of plant breeding. I am confident that you will.”
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Author of Genotype and Management Evaluation Based on Genotype by Yield*Trait (GYT) Analysis and Theoretical Unification and Practical Integration of Conventional Methods and Genomic Selection in Plant Breeding