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Could you chief-edit Annals of Botany?

Professor Pat Heslop-Harrison, the Chief Editor of Annals of Botany, is standing down in Summer 2020 after twelve very successful years at...

Job opportunity: Social Media Assistant, Annals of Botany & Botany One

Are you an early career stage biologist (PhD student, postdoc, research fellow) with an interest in science communication and social media? Do you have...

1887 and all since then for Annals of Botany

Mike Jackson, former Chief Editor of Annals of Botany and AoB PLANTS has taken a look back at the past 125 of Annals of Botany, and found some tips for the future along the way.

Botanists on the move

We reveal a traveling merry-go-round and highlight the exploits of some of our fellow botanists!

Journal Impact Factors

Impact factors for AoB journals are up.

Nature Plants: an appreciation [or, Now we are Three…*]

A review of 'Nature Plants', the latest offering from the Nature Publishing Group.

Thirsty? Then suck on a stone!

Whilst it is claimed that only the taxman can get blood out of a stone, it seems that some plants can abstract water from...

One hundred and twenty-five years of the Annals of Botany

By August 2012, the Annals of Botany had been published without a break for 125 years.

For they are jolly good fellows

We’d like to congratulation two recently appointed plant-biological Fellows of the Royal Society: Professor Liam Dolan FRS and Professor David Beerling FRS.

New plant journal

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...

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Plants from different climates can react to drought in similar ways

How do plants react when circumstances change? One method can be to evolve a local adaptation. Another can be be phenotypic plasticity,...

Not All Pine Needles Are Identical: Lower Crown Loss in Pinus radiata

When fungal infection comes to Pinus radiata, it can run through the bottom of the crown of the tree, removing its leaves....

How do you get more DNA down a pollen tube?

A common event for flowering plants is whole genome duplication (WGD), where a plant gets extra chromosomes. It’s often studied in mature...

Simulating the effects of local adaptation and life history on the ability of plants to track climate shifts

Local adaptation is common but not universal in plants and results from the interplay of gene flow with natural selection. Gene flow...
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