The Journal of Plant Molecular Breeding (JPMB) is a biannual publication that is open-access and peer-reviewed. It is owned and published by the Genetics and Agricultural Biotechnology Institute of Tabarestan (GABIT). JPMB focuses on promoting and sharing scientific knowledge in the field of plant molecular breeding and related academic disciplines. It encompasses scientific and technological aspects of plant biotechnology used in various agricultural domains, such as Plant Molecular Biology, Plant Genetics, Plant Physiology, Plant Pathology, Plant Transformation, Plant Omics and Bioinformatics.

The Genetics and Agricultural Biotechnology Institute of Tabarestan (GABIT) has covered all publishing expenses, enabling authors to freely publish their manuscripts while allowing audiences to download and share the articles without any restrictions. JPMB follows the Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 International (CC-BY 4.0), ensuring the proper attribution and rights to reuse the published content. (Read More ...)


Research Paper

The efficiency of Agrobacterium-mediated gene transfer in Arabidopsis thaliana mutants

Pages 1-11


Mohammad Sadegh Taghizadeh; Mohammad Mehdi Sohani; Reaz Shirzadian-Khoramabad

Genetic evaluation of some safflower genotypes under salinity stress

Pages 12-21


Ayman Ebrahim Badran; Rasha M. Khalil; Ehab Mostafa

Expression of miR9863a in responsing to drought stress in some wheat and Aegilops species

Pages 22-33


Morteza Barati; Mohammad Reza Azimi; Mohammad Reza Naghavi; Ehsan Mohsenifard

Comparison of comet assay parameters patterns between self-pollinated and cross-pollinated diploid medicago species and their resulting tetraploids and cultivated cultivars

Pages 34-45


Elham Ansari; Mahmood Khosrowshahli; Ali Etminan; Ali Ashraf Jafari

Investigating members of Arabidopsis WRKYs transcription factors with differential expression under various stresses using bioinformatics approaches

Pages 46-59


Elham Younesi-Melerdi

Exogenous hydrogen peroxide enhanced corn (Zea mays L.) plants response to drought stress

Pages 60-70


Hamid Valizadeh; Saeid Navabpour; Ali Dehestani; Pooyan Mehraban

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