"Trends in Phytochemical Research (TPR)", is one of the leading publications which publishes original research and review articles, including essential oils: characterization and processing, and analytical assessments of bioactive compounds, natural products chemistry, phytochemical evaluations of the essential oils and extracts in a broad field involving antioxidant, antibacterial, antimicrobial, antifungal etc., food chemistry, biological activities of naturally occurring compounds. The abbreviated form of this journal is as: "Trends Phytochem. Res.". This journal is free of charge for all authors all over the world. In other words, there is no article processing charge for each accepted and subsequently published article in the journal.

"Trends in Phytochemical Research (TPR)" publishes original research articles, review papers, short communications, letter to editor, technical notes and book reviews. At the present, it publishes four issues per year. “Trends in Phytochemical Research (TPR)”, an international, open access and quarterly journal, is being regularly published since March 2017. This journal has received an official approval from the 103rd session of Journals Evaluation Committee of Islamic Azad University, Central Organization on  10 October 2016The Editor-in-Chief of TPR is Prof. Majid Mohammadhosseini from the Chemistry Department of Islamic Azad University of Shahrood. This journal is published by Islamic Azad University, Shahrood Branch Press, Shahrood, Iran.

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ISSN Print: 2588-3623

ISSN Online: 2588-3631 

CODEN: TPR

Journal Home Page: http://tpr.iau-shahrood.ac.ir/

The headlines of Trends in Phytochemical Research (TPR) are as follows.

Analytical chemistry disciplines with a main focus on medicinal and herbal plants

Spectroscopy: Atomic and Molecular

Separation: Chromatography (GC, HPLC, GC-MS, Headspace…); Extraction (SPME, …)

Hyphenated techniques: GC-MS, two dimensional gas chromatography,….

Critical Reviews in Phytochemistry

Food Science

Food Chemistry: Analysis, Sensory evaluation,…

Quality control

Phytochemistry

Essential Oils: Classical and Advanced Techniques for Isolation of the Essential Oils, Antibacterial, Antimicrobial Evaluations, etc.

Extracts

Biotransformation

Pharmacognosy

Flavor, Perfumes and Cosmetics

Pharmaceutical Formulations and Herbal Drugs

Ethnopharmaceutical Reports

Ethnopharmacology

Considering the statistics of TPR in 2019, the acceptance rate the submitted articles was about 49%. The average time between submission and final decision is six to eight weeks and the average time between acceptance and publication is about one month.

Phytochemistry
1. Rosa damascena essential oils: a brief review about chemical composition and biological properties

Hristina Nunes; Maria Graca Miguel

Volume 1, Issue 3 , Summer 2017, , Pages 111-128

Abstract
  Damask rose is one of the most important aromatic plants over the world, although mostly cultivated in Bulgaria, Turkey, and Iran. Damask rose is used not only as an ornamental plant but also for extracting essential oils from petals and buds. From flowers is also obtained rose water, rose concrete and ...  Read More

<i>Rosa damascena</i> essential oils: a brief review about chemical composition and biological properties


2. Acaricidal activity of essential oils: a review

Cicera Janaine Camilo; Carla de Fatima Alves Nonato; Fábio Fernandes Galvão-Rodrigues; Wegila Davi Costa; Georgia Gualberto Clemente; Mellyssa Ayêska Custódio Sobreira Macedo; Fabíola Fernandes Galvão Rodrigues; José Galberto Martins da Costa

Volume 1, Issue 4 , Autumn 2017, , Pages 183-198

Abstract
  The environmental problems caused by the uncontrolled use of synthetic pesticides in crop production around the world has increased the search for new plant species that have this activity. As a result, studies with essential oils extracted from plants intensify because they present, among other biological ...  Read More

Acaricidal activity of essential oils: a review


Pharmacognosy
3. Ethnobotanical studies on folkloric medicinal plants in Nainamalai, Namakkal District, Tamil Nadu, India

Kumar Ganesan; Baojun Xu

Volume 1, Issue 3 , Summer 2017, , Pages 153-168

Abstract
  Indian folkloric and traditional medicinal systems are abundantly using medicinal plants or their decoctions for the treatment of various ailments. However, this traditional knowledge is on the verge of extinction, and there is an urgent necessity to conserve this oral traditional knowledge mainly by ...  Read More

Ethnobotanical studies on folkloric medicinal plants in Nainamalai, Namakkal District, Tamil Nadu, India


4. Evaluation of some medicinal plants for anti-tuberculosis activity from Adamawa state, Nigeria

Mohammed Shagal Hassan; Dimas Kubmarawa; Peters Oladosu; Sunday Akuewanbhor Osemeahon

Volume 1, Issue 2 , Spring 2017, , Pages 69-76

Abstract
  Tuberculosis kills approximately two million people annually. This study aimed at evaluating some selected medicinal parts that are used traditionally in Adamawa State, to treat tuberculosis and related symptoms against a microorganism that causes respiratory ailments. In this investigation, for new ...  Read More

Evaluation of some medicinal plants for anti-tuberculosis activity from Adamawa state, Nigeria


5. Evaluation of triterpenes isolated from stems of Pouteria macahensis T. D. Penn. against Proteus mirabilis

Gabriel da Silva Amaral; Hermerson Dantas dos Santos; Aline Oliveira da Conceição; Fernando Faustino de Oliveira; Rosilene Aparecida de Oliveira

Volume 3, Issue 3 , Summer 2019, , Pages 181-188

Abstract
  This article presents the results from a phytochemical study on an acetonic extract from the stems of Pouteria macahensis T.D. Penn., an endemic species of the Brazilian Atlantic Rainforest. By means of the bioautography method, this extract was evaluated against Acinetobacter baummanii, Proteus mirabilis, ...  Read More

Evaluation of triterpenes isolated from stems of <i>Pouteria macahensis</i> T. D. Penn. against <i>Proteus mirabilis</i>