Impact factors for AoB journals are up.
A review of 'Nature Plants', the latest offering from the Nature Publishing Group.
Whilst it is claimed that only the taxman can get blood out of a stone, it seems that some plants can abstract water from stone-like minerals. Arguably, ahead of light, water is the most important abiotic factor that...
By August 2012, the Annals of Botany had been published without a break for 125 years.
We’d like to congratulation two recently appointed plant-biological Fellows of the Royal Society: Professor Liam Dolan FRS and Professor David Beerling FRS.
It just had to happen, but we didn’t know it would take nearly 150 years to come to fruition. And fruition is an apt word because the creation of a new botanical journal has recently been announced by the publishers...
How many more variants exist amongst the 325,000 species of flowering plants (let alone all the algae and other members of the plant kingdom)?
Rare and monotypic Amborella is probably the living – extant – flowering plant closest evolutionarily to the first true member of the angiosperm group.
The May 2013 issue of Annals of Botany is now free access. The cover image for this month is a flower that looks quite different, depending on where in the tropics you look at it. Why isn’t there a smooth...
There are plant biology journals that seem to concentrate on a single taxon (you know the ones I mean!) – e.g. The Plant Journal and The Plant Cell. There are others devoted to the molecular biology of plants, such as...
Photosynthetic activity of green nectaries can explain a significant part, if not all, of the sugar secreted in nectar.
Annals of Botany is amongst the ten ‘Top publications’ in botany/plant science!
Jean-Marc Brillouet et al. have identified a new organelle in plant cells: the 'tannosome' is involved in the formation of condensed tannins.
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