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October 15, 2012

Food and Energy Security CoverFood and Energy Security is a new high impact open access journal publishing original research on acricultural crop and forest productivity to improve food and energy security. It is published in association with the AAB. Our full aims and scopes can be found here. We would like to encourage you to submit your paper . “Our intention is to offer a forum for the discussion of the most important advances in this field and to promote an integrative approach of scientific disciplines.” (Martin Parry, Editor-in-Chief). Our inaugural issue has been widely read and we have also published these top articles below. These, and all papers are free to read, download and share:

purple_lock_open What is new in the research on cadmium-induced stress in plants?
Ricardo A. Azevedo, Priscila L. Gratão, Carolina C. Monteiro and Rogério F. Carvalho
Abstract: We review the most recent research carried on cadmium-induced stress in plants and suggest key aspects that deserve attention in future research on this subject.

purple_lock_open  Nutritional-rich and stress-tolerant crops by saccharopine pathway manipulation
Paulo Arruda and Izabella Pena Neshich
Abstract: Lysine is a limiting essential amino acid in cereals. The saccharopine pathway that converts lysine to α-aminoadipate can be manipulated to engineer crops for increased nutritional value and stress tolerance.

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