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Methods and Applications in Invertebrate Physiology

About this Research Topic

This Research Topic is part of the Methods and Applications in Physiology series. Other titles in this series are:

Methods and Applications in Aquatic Physiology
Methods and Applications in Clinical and Translational Physiology
Methods and Applications in Computational Physiology and Medicine
Methods and Applications in Environmental, Aviation and Space Physiology
Methods and Applications in Exercise Physiology
Methods and Applications in Fractal Physiology
Methods and Applications in Integrative Physiology
Methods and Applications in Metabolic Physiology
Methods and Applications in Physio-logging
Methods and Applications in Striated Muscle Physiology
Methods and Applications in Respiratory Physiology
Methods and Applications in Vascular Physiology
New Methods for Red Blood Cell Research and Diagnosis, Volume II
Combining Computational and Experimental Approaches to Characterize Ion Channels and Transporters

Please submit your article to the Research Topic that best suits the focus of your research.

Introduction and general guidelines
This series aims to highlight the latest experimental techniques and methods used to understand the most fundamental questions in physiology research from molecular to organ function in living organisms. Review articles or opinions on methodologies or applications including the advantages and limitations of each are welcome. This Topic will cover the latest advances in technologies and up-to-date methods which help advance science.

The contributions to this collection will undergo peer-review, but the criteria may be adjusted to fit the present Research Topic; for instance, while novelty is not necessarily decisive, the utility of a method or protocol must be evident. We welcome contributions covering all aspects of physiology and the submissions will be handled by the team of Topic Editors in the respective sections.

Frontiers in Physiology supports the FAIR (Findability, Accessibility, Interoperability, and Reusability) principles for scientific data management and stewardship (Wilkinson et al., Sci. Data 3:160018, 2016).

This Research Topic welcomes:
• Methods: Include either existing methods that are significantly improved or adapted for specific purposes or new methods, which may also include primary (original) data.
• Protocols: Should provide a detailed description, with pitfalls and troubleshooting, and be of immediate use to the readers. The protocols must be proven to work.
• Perspective or General Commentaries on methods and protocols relevant for physiology research.
• Reviews and mini-reviews of current methods and protocols highlighting the important future directions of the field.

For more information on the description and formats of the different article types please see here.

Invertebrate Physiology guidelines
Methods and Applications in Invertebrate Physiology welcomes contributions on new or existing methods and protocols that look at the physiology of invertebrate organisms, ranging from the molecular mechanisms of physiological function to whole organism studies. Contributions on both model systems and non-model organisms are welcome. Contributions based on biological, biochemical, biophysical, engineering, mathematical and behavioral approaches are encouraged.


Keywords: Invertebrate Physiology, Model systems, Non-model organisms, Methods, Protocols


Important Note: All contributions to this Research Topic must be within the scope of the section and journal to which they are submitted, as defined in their mission statements. Frontiers reserves the right to guide an out-of-scope manuscript to a more suitable section or journal at any stage of peer review.

This Research Topic is part of the Methods and Applications in Physiology series. Other titles in this series are:

Methods and Applications in Aquatic Physiology
Methods and Applications in Clinical and Translational Physiology
Methods and Applications in Computational Physiology and Medicine
Methods and Applications in Environmental, Aviation and Space Physiology
Methods and Applications in Exercise Physiology
Methods and Applications in Fractal Physiology
Methods and Applications in Integrative Physiology
Methods and Applications in Metabolic Physiology
Methods and Applications in Physio-logging
Methods and Applications in Striated Muscle Physiology
Methods and Applications in Respiratory Physiology
Methods and Applications in Vascular Physiology
New Methods for Red Blood Cell Research and Diagnosis, Volume II
Combining Computational and Experimental Approaches to Characterize Ion Channels and Transporters

Please submit your article to the Research Topic that best suits the focus of your research.

Introduction and general guidelines
This series aims to highlight the latest experimental techniques and methods used to understand the most fundamental questions in physiology research from molecular to organ function in living organisms. Review articles or opinions on methodologies or applications including the advantages and limitations of each are welcome. This Topic will cover the latest advances in technologies and up-to-date methods which help advance science.

The contributions to this collection will undergo peer-review, but the criteria may be adjusted to fit the present Research Topic; for instance, while novelty is not necessarily decisive, the utility of a method or protocol must be evident. We welcome contributions covering all aspects of physiology and the submissions will be handled by the team of Topic Editors in the respective sections.

Frontiers in Physiology supports the FAIR (Findability, Accessibility, Interoperability, and Reusability) principles for scientific data management and stewardship (Wilkinson et al., Sci. Data 3:160018, 2016).

This Research Topic welcomes:
• Methods: Include either existing methods that are significantly improved or adapted for specific purposes or new methods, which may also include primary (original) data.
• Protocols: Should provide a detailed description, with pitfalls and troubleshooting, and be of immediate use to the readers. The protocols must be proven to work.
• Perspective or General Commentaries on methods and protocols relevant for physiology research.
• Reviews and mini-reviews of current methods and protocols highlighting the important future directions of the field.

For more information on the description and formats of the different article types please see here.

Invertebrate Physiology guidelines
Methods and Applications in Invertebrate Physiology welcomes contributions on new or existing methods and protocols that look at the physiology of invertebrate organisms, ranging from the molecular mechanisms of physiological function to whole organism studies. Contributions on both model systems and non-model organisms are welcome. Contributions based on biological, biochemical, biophysical, engineering, mathematical and behavioral approaches are encouraged.


Keywords: Invertebrate Physiology, Model systems, Non-model organisms, Methods, Protocols


Important Note: All contributions to this Research Topic must be within the scope of the section and journal to which they are submitted, as defined in their mission statements. Frontiers reserves the right to guide an out-of-scope manuscript to a more suitable section or journal at any stage of peer review.

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Submission Deadlines

15 September 2021 Abstract
17 December 2021 Manuscript

Participating Journals

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Submission Deadlines

15 September 2021 Abstract
17 December 2021 Manuscript

Participating Journals

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