Trends in Plant Science

(The TQCC of Trends in Plant Science is 71. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-03-01 to 2023-03-01.)
Sugar and hormone connections449
Fitness costs of induced resistance: emerging experimental support for a slippery concept433
Melatonin: A New Plant Hormone and/or a Plant Master Regulator?399
The ubiquitin/26S proteasome pathway, the complex last chapter in the life of many plant proteins392
Lesion mimic mutants: keys for deciphering cell death and defense pathways in plants?381
Perspectives for Remote Sensing with Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in Precision Agriculture333
Geminivirus disease complexes: an emerging threat277
Milestones in chloroplast genetic engineering: an environmentally friendly era in biotechnology243
Carbon cycling by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in soil–plant systems233
Molecular genetics of leaf senescence in Arabidopsis230
BVOCs: plant defense against climate warming?225
Green Bioplastics as Part of a Circular Bioeconomy210
CRISPR/Cas System: Recent Advances and Future Prospects for Genome Editing192
CNGCs: prime targets of plant cyclic nucleotide signalling?184
Rapid Responses to Abiotic Stress: Priming the Landscape for the Signal Transduction Network183
Interaction of plant mitochondrial and chloroplast signal peptides with the Hsp70 molecular chaperone178
Complex formation, promiscuity and multi-functionality: protein interactions in disease-resistance pathways166
MYB Repressors as Regulators of Phenylpropanoid Metabolism in Plants157
An Update on the Signals Controlling Shoot Branching157
B chromosomes in plants: escapees from the A chromosome genome?152
Antibiotic Resistomes in Plant Microbiomes147
Growth signalling pathways in Arabidopsis and the AGC protein kinases143
Exploring the Diversity of Plant Metabolism142
Granum revisited. A three-dimensional model ? where things fall into place140
Linking Autophagy to Abiotic and Biotic Stress Responses140
Protists: Puppet Masters of the Rhizosphere Microbiome135
Molecular aspects of methionine biosynthesis132
Balancing selection favors guarding resistance proteins130
Phytocannabinoids: Origins and Biosynthesis126
Plants talk, but are they deaf?118
Revisiting the Basal Role of ABA – Roles Outside of Stress118
Sucrose to starch: a transition in molecular plant physiology113
Hormesis: A Compelling Platform for Sophisticated Plant Science110
Cytokinin – A Developing Story108
Cycads: evolutionary innovations and the role of plant-derived neurotoxins104
Missing links: the genetic architecture of flower and floral diversification99
Microbiome Applications from Lab to Field: Facing Complexity99
Long distance run in the wound response – jasmonic acid is pulling ahead98
Cytokinins and shoot development97
Plant Immunity: Thinking Outside and Inside the Box94
Need of biomarkers of nitrosative stress in plants92
Re-engineering plant gene targeting90
Next-Generation Sequencing Accelerates Crop Gene Discovery89
Calmodulin-binding protein kinases in plants88
Peptides: new signalling molecules in plants88
Vitamin E in Plants: Biosynthesis, Transport, and Function88
Copy Number Variation in Domestication84
Spontaneous and thermoinduced photon emission: new methods to detect and quantify oxidative stress in plants82
Revisiting the Origin of Plant NBS-LRR Genes82
Ligand mimicry? Plant-parasitic nematode polypeptide with similarity to CLAVATA380
Auxin Metabolism Controls Developmental Decisions in Land Plants77
Photosynthesis Optimized across Land Plant Phylogeny76
Hydrogen Sulfide: A New Warrior against Abiotic Stress75
Capsaicinoids: Pungency beyond Capsicum74
Sphingolipids, new players in plant signaling72
Lateral Root Formation in Arabidopsis: A Well-Ordered LRexit71
Laticifers, Latex, and Their Role in Plant Defense71