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  1. Top of page
  2. Abstract
  3. 1 JIPB Editors-in-Chief
  4. 2 JIPB's Academic Development
  5. 3 Editing, Publishing and Circulation
  6. 4 Event Timeline
  7. Acknowledgements
  8. References

In celebration of JIPB's 60th anniversary, this paper summarizes and reviews the development process of the journal. To start, we offer our heartfelt thanks to JIPB's pioneer Editors-in-Chief who helped get the journal off the ground and make it successful. Academic achievement is the soul of academic journals, and this paper summarizes JIPB's course of academic development by analyzing it in four stages: the first two stages are mostly qualitative analyses, and the latter two stages are dedicated to quantitative analyses. Most-cited papers were statistically analyzed. Improvements in editing, publication, distribution and online accessibility—which are detailed in this paper—contribute to JIPB's sustainable development. In addition, JIPB's evaluation index and awards are provided with accompanying pictures. At the end of the paper, JIPB's milestones are listed chronologically. We believe that JIPB's development, from a national journal to an international one, parallels the development of the Chinese plant sciences.

Journal of Integrative Plant Biology (JIPB) is a peer-reviewed, monthly journal that reports the latest plant biology discoveries. It was established in 1952 as Acta Botanica Sinica (ABS), and is sponsored by the Botanical Society of China and the Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). After 2002, ABS started to publish exclusively in English for the ease of the worldwide scientific community, and in 2005, the journal began to collaborate with the Cambridge-based Blackwell Publishing Group (now Wiley-Blackwell) under the new title Journal of Integrative Plant Biology (Liu 2012). JIPB is one of the most influential and comprehensive biological periodicals in China. The journal is now subscribed to by over 14,200 libraries worldwide, and is indexed by 67 different databases (Liu 2012). JIPB stands as a notable representative of the development of Chinese botany research, and is of significant importance in the worldwide plant science community.

1 JIPB Editors-in-Chief

  1. Top of page
  2. Abstract
  3. 1 JIPB Editors-in-Chief
  4. 2 JIPB's Academic Development
  5. 3 Editing, Publishing and Circulation
  6. 4 Event Timeline
  7. Acknowledgements
  8. References

Throughout the development of JIPB, the journal's Editors-in-Chief (EIC) have played a crucial role, most notably in the academic realm. These EIC not only helped the editorial board to correctly grasp the overall positioning and future development of the journal, but also took the lead in submitting their own valuable research results. These publications have played a very important role in promoting JIPB's academic merit, and have also guided the development of their specific subjects of focus. To show our appreciation for the hard work that has gone into making JIPB into the prominent journal it is today, we would like to extend a heartfelt thanks to the journal's EICs.

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[Professor Shih-Wei Loo, Plant physiologist (1952–1953, term as JIPB's EIC. The same format follows for the EICs below) Areas of Expertise: One of the pioneers of plant tissue culture.]

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[Professor Cheng-Hou Lou, Academician of CAS (1954–1958) Areas of Expertise: Plant physiology and agricultural scientist and educator, and one of the founders of plant physiology research in China.]

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[Professor Sung-Shu Chien, Academician of the CAS (1959–1966) Areas of Expertise: Plant taxonomy and plant physiology.]

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[Professor Cheng Tsui, Plant physiologist (1979–1986) aAreas of Expertise: Plant physiology, rice moisture physiology, plant nutrition, plant hormones, and other notable research.]

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[Professor Fu-Hsiung Wang, Academician of the CAS (1987–1995) Areas of Expertise: Plant reproduction and one of the founders of palynology in China.]

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[Professor Xin-Shi Zhang, Academician of the CAS (1995–1999) Areas of Expertise: Mapping of China's mountain, plateau, forest, grassland and desert vegetation, as well as quantitative vegetation ecology and global change ecology research.]

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[Professor He-Chun Ye, Phytochemist (1999–2003) Areas of Expertise: Plant secondary metabolism and metabolic engineering research.]

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[Professor Xing-Guo Han, Plant ecologist (2004–2008) Areas of Expertise: Biodiversity of ecosystem functioning, nitrogen deposition and biodiversity change, stoichiometric homeostasis and ecosystem functioning, nutrient resorption, and plant-soil feedback.]

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[Professor Hong Ma, Plant developmental biologist (2005–2008) Areas of Expertise: Flower development and evolution, male fertility and meiotic gene function, gene family evolution, and its relationship to gene function duplication mechanisms and organism evolution.]

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[Professor Chun-Ming Liu, Plant developmental biologist (2007–2008, Executive Editor; 2009–Present, Chief Editor) Areas of Expertise: Cell-cell communication, and cell fate determination during embryo development.]

2 JIPB's Academic Development

  1. Top of page
  2. Abstract
  3. 1 JIPB Editors-in-Chief
  4. 2 JIPB's Academic Development
  5. 3 Editing, Publishing and Circulation
  6. 4 Event Timeline
  7. Acknowledgements
  8. References

The academic development of JIPB is generally representative of the development of plant sciences in China. JIPB has played the leading role in the development of botany studies in China, since many significant botanical research results in this country were published in this journal. Based on the content of papers published in JIPB, and JIPB's own evolution, the academic development course of JIPB can best be divided into the following four stages.

From 1952 to 1966, the papers published in JIPB largely presented preliminary observation results on botany in China. From 1973 to 1988, the papers submitted were not only related to macroscopic observations but also to mechanism research based on microscopic experiments. From 1989 to 2001, JIPB's papers were mainly focused on research achievements observed by using experimental biological methods at different scales. From 2002 to the present day, JIPB's papers have focused on plant growth and development mechanism research results obtained through biochemistry and molecular biology techniques, not only from China, but also from many international authors.

2.1 Papers from 1952 to 1966: Preliminary observations

JIPB was originally established in 1952, and was launched as a quarterly journal. In 1966, as a result of China's Cultural Revolution it was forced to temporarily discontinue most of its research activity. During this 15-year period, 51 issues in 15 volumes were published. Papers published consisted of observations and descriptions on patterns in tissue and organ levels, as well as on the overall level of structure and function of plants, their growth and development, distribution and evolution, and interaction with the environment. Mechanisms analyses were also published.

Research on plant embryology in China prior to the 1950s was centered mainly on observations and descriptions of gymnosperm embryogenesis. The 1950s to the 1960s were witness to great scientific growth, as a large number of plant embryology studies were carried out in laboratories, scientific talent was cultivated, and many important achievements were published. Among the papers written during this period, many were published in JIPB. These include papers written by EIC Fu-Hsiung Wang on Glyptostrobus (Wong 1952, 1953), Taxodium distichum (Wong 1953), and Keteleeria evelyniana (Wang and Yang 1960), papers written by Tang (1953) on Torreya grandis and other gymnosperm embryogenesis research, papers written by Hu (У Су-сюань 1956) on Oryza sativa and Sorghum vulgase, Hu and Chu (1965) on Hibiscus cannabinules, Gossypium hirsutum, and wheat embryo development (Hu 1960, 1963–1965), and papers on angiosperm cells in development and the process of fertilization through DNA histochemical observation (Hu and Chu 1964). All of these studies represented groundbreaking research, and were all published in JIPB.

In plant anatomy, Lee wrote a large number of observed results on the different tissues and organs of important plants, and these important research results were published in JIPB (Li and Zhang 1962a, 1962b, 1963, 1964; Lee and Sun 1963, 1965; Lee et  al. 1964a, 1964b). In addition to this, Lee also composed a noteworthy monograph entitled “Plant Anatomy.” Observation and research results by Kuo and Wong (1963, 1964) and Tsui and Hu (1962) on the different organs and tissues of sunflower, carrot, and orange (Parthenocissus tricuspidata), were also published in JIPB during this period. These important studies laid the foundation for the formation and development of structural botany and plant reproductive biology research in China.

In the area of plant physiology, published papers focused mainly on observations of the growth and development of a variety of plants at different growth stages of the cell, tissue, organ and more. There were also many papers published on observations of plant growth and metabolism through application of external factors such as plant growth hormones and various heavy metals (Tien and Tang 1963; Zhao 1963; Lin and Zhou 1963; Kuo 1964; Kuang et  al. 1966; Kuo and Lou 1966). Of notable importance, major discovery and observation results on cytomixis and intercellular substance exchange were published in JIPB during this period (Cheng 1955; Hu 1955a, 1955b, 1956, 1958; Lou 1955; Cheng and Wong 1956; Lou et  al. 1956).

In the area of plant ecology, the majority of research achievements were in geobotany and vegetation regionalization. Articles by Hou (1961) on the vegetation regionalization concept and theory and Лю et  al. (1959) on the Chinese vegetation regionalization principle laid the theoretical foundation for China's research in geobotany and vegetation regionalization. Descriptions of and research on the Kunlun Mountains and North Xinjiang by Lee (1960, 1961), on the meadow and forest in western Sichuan by Chiang (1960), and on typical vegetation types in southern Guizhou by Hou (1961), had a strong impact in the fields of geobotany and vegetation regionalization.

In the area of plant systematics and taxonomy, published papers focused mainly on new knowledge of families and genera (Kuang 1960; Geng and Liu 1960; Tsoong 1961), and on new species (Keng and Liou 1960; Hsü 1966). Zeng Chengkui and his team published a series of work on classification of the algae system, and in doing so laid the foundation for China's development of phycology (Tseng and Chang 1953; Tseng and Chang 1954, 1955a, 1955b, 1958).

2.2 Papers from 1973 to 1988: Macroscopic observations and microscopic experiments

In 1973, when the Cultural Revolution (which formally ended in 1976) became less destructive, JIPB was re-established as a quarterly journal. In 1981, the journal ramped up publication efforts to become a bimonthly. During this time period, 78 issues in 16 volumes were published.

This was also a period of major development in the study of plant reproductive biology. JIPB published noteworthy studies on higher plant fertilization sexual cell fusion and recombination (Hu and Zhu 1979), the ultrastructure of the male gametophyte (Hu 1979), nutrition during the development of the nuclear and reproductive cell relationship (Tang 1973, 1979), cell degeneration in the ovule and substances migration (Zhang et  al. 1980, 1984, 1988), male sterility, apomixis and distant hybridization (Hu et  al. 1977; Tian and Yang 1983; Li and Yang 1986; Wei and Yang 1986). In addition, many important embryological results on endemic gymnosperms were published by Fu-Hsiung Wang's research team (Wang and Chen 1974; Chen and Wang 1979, 1980, 1982, 1985; Wang and Chen 1983; Chen et  al. 1984). These studies provided important evidence for subsequent research on embryology.

The field of structural botany saw rapid development in China during this period. Aside from several important monographs including Plant Microscopy Technique (Lee 1978), Cotton Morphology (Lee 1979), Anatomy of Seed Plants (Esau and Lee 1982), and Plant Anatomy (Li and Zhang 1983), studies on cell and tissue cultures (Lee and Kwei 1973; Chu et  al. 1973, 1976, 1978, 1979; Sun et  al. 1973, 1978, 1983; Zhang et  al. 1978; Yang and Zhou 1979; Xu and Huang 1984), and the structure of reproductive organs (Yang 1978, 1982; Zhou et  al. 1987; Tang 1988) and vegetative organs (Jian et  al. 1982; Jiang and Qi 1984; Tan et  al. 1985; Hu et  al. 1985), yielded important insights into the development mechanism of plants. During this time period, the field of comparative anatomy also developed rapidly. Aside from observations on the anatomic structures of native plants (Li and Li 1981; Zhang 1984; Li and Zhang 1985; Chen et  al. 1986, 1987; Hong et  al. 1987; Wu and Li 1988), the taxonomic positions of these plants and their relationships with the environment were also the focus of research (Wang 1980; Li and Li 1981; Li and Zhang 1985).

With the development of microscopic technology, the structure and ultrastructure of plant organs, tissues, cells, and even the various components of cells were able to be studied in more detail. Meanwhile, plant growth mechanisms at the various stages of development were analyzed through a combination of biophysical and biochemical techniques. With these technological advancements, JIPB was able to publish a series of very important studies on cells (Hao et  al. 1978; Chen et  al. 1979, 1981, 1982), tissue cultures (Xu and Huang 1984; Ye 1984), the cell wall crossing mechanism and material transport (Zheng et  al. 1973, 1980, 1985), the pathway and mechanism of pollen development (Yang and Zhou 1979), and in vitro fertilization (Zhu 1979). In addition, other important results were also achieved in the study of photosynthesis (Kuang et  al. 1979; Zhang et  al. 1979; Zuo et  al. 1979; Li et  al. 1980; Chu and Mao 1986; Sun and Yu 1986), plant respiration and metabolism (Tang 1979; Zou et  al. 1979), and postharvest physiology (Li et  al. 1973a, 1973b). With the improvement of analysis technology, the study of phytochemistry (Zhou et  al. 1980; Chen et  al. 1986) and specifically medicinal plant biologically-active substances (Hsiao et  al. 1973a, 1973b; Shan 1973; Sun et  al. 1978; Liu et  al. 1978, 1985) made considerable strides, laying the foundation for the development of the phytochemistry field in China. At the time, the adjunction of ethylene, gibberellin, cytokinin and other types of auxin and hormones was still an important method for studying the mechanism of plant developmental stages (Shen 1980; Tao et  al. 1980; Tang et  al. 1980; Tong et  al. 1980; Pan et  al. 1988).

In the field of plant ecology, papers at the time focused mainly on vegetation and vegetation regionalization (Zhang 1974; Zhang 1973, 1978; Li et  al. 1981, 1985; Zheng and Chen 1981; Lin 1983; Wang and Hu 1984; Zheng 1985). Many studies on vegetation and community succession done through the application of various new technologies and new methods were published in JIPB, such as the method of mathematical statistics, and the mathematical modeling (Chen et  al. 1981; Zhao et  al. 1982; Li et  al. 1984; Chen et  al. 1986; Zu and Zhu 1987) of experimental ecology (Feng et  al. 1982), of physiological ecology (Du and Yang 1983; Jiang et  al. 1984), and of remote sensing (Yang 1983). Through these landmark studies, plant ecology research in China was able to expand.

In the area of plant systematics and taxonomy, only two new species and genera were reported (Tsiang 1973a, 1973b), as well as new observations on some previously known species (Hong 1986; Wang 1987). Papers during this period mainly focused on paleobotany, including descriptions of fossil flora in different geologic periods (Xu 1973; Xu et  al. 1973; Tuan et  al. 1977; Hu 1980; Tao 1981; Chen and Yang 1982; Chen et  al. 1983), palynological assemblage (Tao and Kong 1973; Xu et  al. 1974; Sun et  al. 1979, 1981; Wang et  al. 1979; Jiang and Yang 1980; Kong and Du 1980; Li and Liang 1981), and new species (Xu et  al. 1974, 1975; Chen et  al. 1979a, 1979b, 1979c; Zhu and Du 1981; Zhu and Sun 1981; Du 1982; Du 1983; Geng 1983; Huang 1983; Hu 1983; Zheng 1983; Hao 1988). Some of these papers also provided insight into species’ systematic evolution, paleogeography, paleoclimate, and stratigraphic significance.

2.3 Papers from 1989 to 2001: Technology development at different scales

In 1989, JIPB began publishing monthly. 2,481 articles in 158 issues and 13 volumes were published from 1989 to 2001. These articles have been analyzed using the bibliometrics method based on the CNKI database in China (http://www.cnki.net/index.htm).

Keyword frequency directly represents the main focus of literature, and is reflective of important questions in a given research field (Li et  al. 2012). Thus, the keyword frequency for articles published in JIPB from 1989 to 2001 was retrieved in order to better understand the journal's development. The top 50 keywords are listed in Table 1, which are defined as high- frequency keywords for articles published in the journal from 1989 to 2001.

Table 1.  High-frequency keywords for articles published in ABS/JIPB from 1989 to 2001
No.KeywordsFrequencyNo.KeywordsFrequency
1rice24527 Eucommia ulmoides 18
2wheat17928plasmodesmata17
3corn10629polymerase chain reaction17
4ultra-structure9130tissue culture17
5plant regeneration7931tomato17
6protoplast7732transgenic plants16
7tobacco7133actin16
8soybean6734gene cloning16
9stress6635ethyne15
10pollen5136global change14
11photosystem4837restriction fragment length polymorphism13
12ABA4138superoxide dismutase13
13broad bean3439distant hybridization12
14RAPD3140cytokinin12
15gene expression2941meiosis11
16cucumber2742calmodulin10
17light inhibition2743auxin10
18active oxygen2644 Arabidopsis 10
19barley2645molecular marker10
20microtubules2446photoperiod sensitive genic male sterile rice10
21isozymes2447phytohormone9
22genetic diversity2348embryo development9
23male sterility2249somatic embryogenesis8
24cotton2250transgenic rice7
25somatic embryogenesis2251self-incompatibility6
26kidney bean19   

The first category of these high-frequency keywords revealed a connection to plant materials, and showed that the frequently-used research materials were rice, wheat, corn, tobacco, soybean, broad bean, cucumber, barley, cotton, and Arabidopsis, among others. Research on rice focused on male sterility, photoperiod, phytochrome, molecular markers, genetic mapping, microspores, microtubules, chloroplasts, specific proteins, and synergistic effects (Table 1).

The second category of high-frequency keywords was found to be associated with research methods. According to analysis, the main methods used were RAPD, polymerase chain reaction, tissue cultures, restriction fragment length polymorphism, molecular markers, confocal microscopy, and more (Table  1).

The third category of high-frequency keywords reflects the fields and direction of research carried out during the given period. Research related to stress focused on low temperatures (Zeng et  al. 1997), salt (Gong et  al. 1989), water (Jiang 1999), osmosis (Jiang et  al. 1994), and more. Research on phytohormones focused on auxin, cytokinin abscisic acid (ABA) and ethylene, among others.

2.4 Papers from 2002 to 2012: Molecular mechanism of plant growth and development

The years from 2002 to 2012 have been witness to many big changes in JIPB. Since 2002, the journal has been published exclusively in English in order to reach a wider breadth of scientists. In 2005, the journal's name was changed from Acta Botanica Sinica to Journal of Integrative Plant Biology, and the journal began to be published by Wiley-Blackwell. In 2009, JIPB introduced six scientific themes. And from 2002 to now (June 2012 at the time of this writing), JIPB has published 1,764 articles, 127 issues, and 11 volumes. During this period, the journal has focused exclusively on top scientific topics in the field of plant sciences from researchers around the world, including biochemistry, molecular biology technique as applied to plant growth, and development mechanism research.

In this section, a bibliometric methodology was used to quantitatively represent the academic development of the journal from 2002 to 2012. The metadata (including tiles, authorship, abstracts, keywords, keywords plus, and citations as well as cited references) of papers in JIPB (2006–2012) and ABS (2002–2005) were collected from the Thomson Reuters Web of Science (WOS) database. Statistic analyses were carried out on the WOS website, and data-mining as well as visualization were conducted using CiteSpaceII software, a Java application which supports visual exploration with knowledge discovery based on bibliographic information.

The terms parsed from articles can be seen as representing key focal points of scientific research published in JIPB. CiteSpace parsed 1,276 terms from the analysis of 1,764 articles, including single words and phrases of up to four words. Figure 1 provides an overview of these terms. In this visualization, the node size represents the overall frequency of occurrence of terms, and the colored surroundings of the nodes represent yearly time-slices.

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Figure 1. Cluster view based on term frequency analysis.

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Terms were classified into three categories: materials, methods, and areas of research. Arabidopsis thaliana, the most widely-used species for the study of plant sciences, occupied the first place position. Rice (Oryza sativa), wheat (Triticum aestivum), maize (Zea mays), and tomato (Arachis hypogea), important staple foods for people worldwide, were ranked second, third, and fourth, respectively.

As for research areas, the terms “stress,”“gene,” and “photosynthesis” held the top three ranking positions, suggesting that from 2002 to 2012 JIPB's papers focused primarily on the molecular basis of plant growth and stress responses. How amino acids and plant hormones like auxin, cytokinin, ABA, and jasmonic acid (JA) are involved in regulating plant growth and development under various stress conditions, and how they operate during the process of plant tolerance, have been areas of keen interest to JIPB authors over this ten-year period. Of the 1,731 papers we retrieved from the WOS, 560 (more than one third) focused on or involved the study of “stress” and/or “plant defense,” as well as “tolerance”. Scholars from 39 different nations published their studies and reviews on these areas in JIPB over this period. The most influential article in terms of number of times cited came from a well-known and prestigious plant scientist Professor Jiankang Zhu. Professor Zhu and his colleagues comprehensively reviewed how ABA regulates plant response to abiotic stress (Chinnusamy et  al. 2008), an article which has been widely cited by many top plant science journals, including Plant Physiology (Li et  al. 2012b), Plant Journal (Ding et  al. 2011), and Plant Molecular Biology (Gao et  al. 2011).

JIPB is home to a large amount of research represented by the terms “gene” and “gene-expression”. The high level of activity in these important research areas has helped impart the journal with profound significance. For instance, the review articles “WRKY gene family in rice” (Ross et  al. 2007), “Histone deacetylase genes in Arabidopsis development” (Rohila and Yang 2007), and “Gene networks in plant ozone stress response and tolerance” (Ow 2011) were all highly cited. Photosynthesis, a fundamental biological activity of plants, has long been the focus of studies due to its unparalleled importance to mankind (Lu 2010). JIPB leverages key subject areas such as this one to enhance its significance. In 2010, JIPB published a special issue covering the breadth and depth of various aspects of photosynthesis (Crabbe 2010; Ifuku et  al. 2010; Jiang et  al. 2010; Lu 2010; Sharkey and Zhang 2010; Xu and Sullivan 2010). In addition, JIPB has also paid particular attention to the research fields of genomics (Olsen et  al. 2007; Guo et  al. 2008; Hu et  al. 2009b; Vermerris 2011) and proteomics (Guo et  al. 2002; Xu et  al. 2007; Guo et  al. 2008; Chua et  al. 2010; Han et  al. 2010). It is important to note that far more scientific topics have appeared in JIPB than those stated above, which are used as key examples.

2.5 Analysis of JIPB's most-cited papers

JIPB articles were ranked according to their frequencies of citation. It was found that 1,165 articles were cited more than 20 times. We listed the top 50 most-cited papers in Table  2, in order to acknowledge the authors for their contribution to the development of the academic status and IF of the journal.

Table 2.  Top 50 most cited papers published in ABS/JIPB from 1952 to June 2012, indexed by SCI and CNKI
No.TitleAuthorsPublication year (Number)Total citations
1Superoxide Dismutase Activity and Lipid Peroxidation in Relation to Senescence of Rice LeavesLin Zhi-Fang, Li Shung-Shun, Lin Gui-Zhu, Sun Gu-Chou and Guo Juen-Yan1984 (06)890
2Problems in the Use of RAPD to the Study of Genetic Diversity and SystematicsWang Xiao-Quan, Zou Yu-Ping, Zhang Da-Ming, Zhang Zhi-Xian and Hong De-Yuan1996 (12)786
3Assessment of Genetic Variation of Oryza granulata Detected by RAPDs and ISSRsQian Wei, Ge Song and Hong De-Yuan2000 (07)526
4Recent Advances on Endophyte ResearchZou Wen-Xin and Tan Ren-Xiang2001 (09)436
5Dynamic Forest Biomass Carbon Pools in China and Their SignificanceFang Jing-Yun and Chen An-Ping2001 (09)368
6Distribution of Simple Sequence Repeat and AFLP Markers in Molecular Linkage Map of RiceXiong Li-Zhong, Wang Shi-Ping, Liu Ke-De, Dai Xian-Kai, M.A. Saghai Maroof, Hu Jin-Guo and Zhang Qi-Fa1998 (07)337
7Isolation and Characterization of Total DNA from Several Endangered Species and Their AlliesZou Yu-Ping, Wang Xiao-Quan, Lei Yi-Ding, Pei Yan-Long and Zhang Zhi-Xian1994 (07)331
8Active Oxygen Damage Effect of Chlorophyll Degradation in Rice Seedlings Under Osmotic StressJiang Ming-Yi, Yang Wen-Ying, Xu Jiang and Chen Qiao-Yun1994 (04)310
9Clonal Growth in Plants in Relation to Resource Heterogeneity: Foraging BehaviorDong Ming1996 (10)304
10Research Advances on the Mechanisms of Heavy Metal Tolerance in PlantsZhang Yu-Xiu, Chai Tuan-Yao and Gérard Burkard1999 (05)302
11Transformation of Wheat with a Gene Encoding for the Betaine Aldehyde Dehydrogenase (BADH)Guo Bei-Hai, Zhang Yan-Min, Li Hong-Jie, Du Li-Qun, Li Yin-Xin, Zhang Jin-Song, Chen Shou-Yi and Zhu Zhi-Qing2000 (03)298
12Peroxidation Damage of Oxygen Free Radicals Induced by Cadmium to PlantHuang Yu Shan, Luo Guang-Hua and Kwan K M Frances1997 (06)286
13Cytogenetical Toxical Effects of Heavy Metals on Vicia faba and Inquires into the Vicia Micro nucleusDuan Chang-Qun and Wang Huan-Xiao1995 (01)286
14Correlation Between Lipid Preoxidation Damage and Ultrastructural Changes of Mesophyll Cells in Barley and Wheat Seedlings During Salt StressGong Ming, Ding Nian-Cheng, He Zi-Yi and Liu You-Liang1989 (11)274
15Generation of Activated Oxygen and Change of Cell Defense Enzyme Activity in Leaves of Korean Pine Seedling Under Low TemperatureLi Jing, Yan Xiu-Feng and Zu Yuan-Gang2000 (02)271
16Effects of Salt and Water Stresses on Osmotic Adjustment of Suaeda salsa SeedlingsZhang Hai-Yan and Zhao Ke-Fu1998 (01)257
17Changes of Ability of Scavenging Active Oxygen During Natural Senescence of Wheat Flag leavesShen Wen-Biao, Ye Mao-Bing, Xu Lang-Lai and Zhang Rong-Xian1997 (07)251
18Genetic Mode of Exogenes in Transgenic PlantsHua Zhi-Hua and Huang Da-Nian1999 (01)239
19Construction of RAPDs Molecular Genetic Map of Chinese CabbageZhang Lu-Gang, Wang Ming, Chen Hang and Liu Ling2000 (05)212
20Transformation of Brassica napus Using Agrobacterium tumefaciens and Regeneration of Transgenic PlantsCheng Zhen-Dong, Wei Zhi-Ming and Xu Zhi-Hong1994 (09)197
21Stress Resistance of Plants Induced via the Salicylic Acid-Mediated Signal Transduction PathwayLin Zhong-Ping and Hu Yuan-Lei1997 (02)195
22Generation of Hydroxyl Radicals and Its Relation to Cellular Oxidative Damage in Plants Subjected to Water StressJiang Ming-Yi1999 (03)192
23Construction of Rice RAPD Molecular Linkage MapChen Hong, Zhu Li-Huang, Xu Ji-Chen and Chen Mei-Ling1995 (09)184
24Construction of a Trehalose-6-phosphate Synthase Gene Driven by Drought-responsive Promoter and Expression of Drought-resistance in Transgenic TobaccoZhao Hui-Wu, Chen Yang-Jian, Hu Yuan-Lei, Gao Yin and Lin Zhong-Ping2000 (06)184
25Application of RAPD Analysis in the Study on the Origin of Chinese Cultivated ChrysanthemumDai Si-Lan, Chen Jun-Yu and Li Wen-Bin1998 (11)180
26The Changes of Oxidation and Peroxidation in Postharvest Litchi FruitLin Zhi-Fang, Li Shuang-Shun, Zhang Dong-Lin, Liu Shu-Xian, Li Yue-Biao, Lin Gui-Zhu and Chen Mian-Da1988 (04)178
27Genetic Transformation of Watercress with a Gene Encoding for Betaine-aldehyde Dehydrogenase (BADH)Li Yin-Xin, Chang Feng-Qi, Du Li-Qun, Guo Bei-Hai, Li Hong-Jie, Zhang Jin-Song, Chen Shou-Yi and Zhu Zhi-Qing2000 (05)174
28Research on Regulation of NDVI Change of Chinese Primary Vegetation Types Based on NOAA/AVHRR DataLi Xiao-Bing and Shi Pei-Jun1999 (03)174
29Cloning of the LFY cDNA from Arabidopsis thaliana and Its Transformation to Chrysanthemum morifoliumShao Han-Shuang, Li Ji-Hong, Zheng Xue-Qin and Chen Shou-Cai1999 (03)173
30Effects of Molybdenum and Boron on Membrane Lipid Peroxidation and Endogenous Protective Systems of Soybean LeavesLiu Peng and Yang Yu-Ai2000 (05)172
31The Changes of Pigments, Phenolics Contents and Activities of Polyphenol Oxidase and Phenylalanine Ammonia-Lyase in Pericarp of Postharvest Litchi FriutLin Zhi-Fang. Li Shuang-Shun, Chang Dong-Lin, Lin Gui-Zhu, Li Yue-Biao, Liu Shu-Xian and Chen Mian-Da1988 (01)172
32Active Oxygen Species in Plant Disease ResistanceGuo Ze-Jian and Li De-Bao2000 (09)169
33An Analysis of Age Structure and the Strategy for Asexual Propagation of Aneurolepidium chinense PopulationYang Yun-fei, Liu Geng-Chang and Zhang Bao-Tian1995 (02)168
34Study on the CO2 release Rate of Soil Respiration and Litter Decomposition in Stipa grandis Steppe in Xilin River Basin, Inner MongoliaChen Si-Qing, Cui Xiao-Yong, Zhou Guang-Sheng and Li Ling-Hao1999 (06)166
35Anatomical Observation of Assimilating Branches of Nine Xerophytes in GansuLee Cheng-Lee and Li Rong-Ao1981 (03)165
36Species- and Habitat-variability of Photosynthesis, Transpiration and Water Use Efficiency of Different Plant Species in Maowusu Sand AreaJiang Gao-Ming and He Wei-Ming1999 (10)164
37Ultrastructural Study of Leaf Cells Damaged from Hg2+ and Cd2+ Pollution in Hydrilla verticillataShi Guo-Xin, Du Kai-He, Xie Kai-Bin, Ding Xiao-Yu, Chang Fu-Chen and Chen Guo-Xiang2000 (04)160
38Study on the Activities of Stage Specific Enzyme During Softening of KiwifruitWang Gui-Xi, Hang Ya-Shan and Yu Mu-Liang1995 (03)157
39Plant Development and Reproduction: Advances and ProspectivesXu Zhi-Hong1999 (09)157
40Comparison of the Changes of Membrane Protective System in Rice Seedlings During Enhancement of Chilling Resistance by Different Stress PretreatmentZeng Shao-Xi, Wang Yi-Rou and Li Mei-Ru1997 (04)156
41A Preliminary Study of Xeromorphism of Some Important Xerophytes Growing in TUNGELI DesertZhao Cui-Xian and Huang Zi-Shen1981 (04)156
42Influence of Different Stocking Rates on Plant Diversity of Artemisia frigida Community in Inner Mongolia SteppeWang Shi-Ping, Li Yong-Hong, Wang Yan-Fen and Chen Zuo-Zhong2001 (01)154
43Effect of Cold Hardening on SOD and Glutathion Reductase Activities and on the Contents of the Reduced Form of Glutathion and Ascorbic Acid in Rice and Cucumber SeedlingsWang Yi-Rou, Zeng Shao-Xi and Liu Hong-Xian1995 (10)154
44Effects of Salinity on the Contents of Osmotica of Monocotyledenous Halophytes and Their Contribution to Osmotic AdjustmentZhao Ke-Fu and Li Jun1999 (12)154
45Transformation of Populus tomentosa with Insecticidal Cowpea Proteinase Inhibitor GeneHao Gui-Xia, Zhu Zhen and Zhu Zhi-Ti1999 (12)153
46Genetic Variation of Main Parents of Hybrid Rice in China Was Revealed with Simple Sequence Repeat MarkersLi Yun-Hai, Xiao Han, Zhang Chun-Qing, Hu Guo-Cheng, Yu Yong-Hong, Jia Ji-Zeng and Sun Zong-Xiu1999 (10)151
47Recent Advances in Study of Lignin Biosynthesis and ManipulationWei Jian-Hua and Song Yan-Ru2001 (08)145
48A New Method for Preparing Mitotic Chromosomes From PlantChen Rui-Yang, Song Wen-Qin and Li Xiu-Lan1979 (03)145
49The Positive Correlations Between the Activity of Superoxide Dismutase and Dehydration Tolerance in Wheat SeedlingsWu Bao-Gan and Glenn W. Todd1979 (03)145
50Gene Flow Between Transgenic Crops and Their Wild Related SpeciesWei Wei, Qian Ying-Qian and Ma Ke-Ping1999 (04)143

Articles “Problems in the Use of RAPD to the Study of Genetic Diversity and Systematics” written by Wang et  al. (1996), and “Assessment of Genetic Variation of Oryza granulata Detected by RAPDs and ISSRs” written by Qian et  al. (2000), were cited 786 times and 526 times, respectively (Table 2). According to the feedback from the authors, these two articles were representative papers for major projects of the “Eighth Five-Year Plan” (Studies on Conservation Biology of Main Endangered Plants in China) (Grant No. 39391500, 1993–1997) supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China, and of “Ninth Five-Year Plan” (Evolutionary Biology Research on Important Endangered Plants) (Grant No. KZ951-B1-10, 1997–2000), supported by the CAS. These two papers played an important role in enhancing the research on genetic diversity, biodiversity, protection and sustainable use of plants in China. In addition, the article “Active oxygen damage effect of chlorophyll degradation in rice seedlings under osmotic stress,” which was written by Jiang (1994) and is ranked 8th on our list in Table 2, won the first place award in the Natural Science Research Paper of Hunan Province in 1996.

3 Editing, Publishing and Circulation

  1. Top of page
  2. Abstract
  3. 1 JIPB Editors-in-Chief
  4. 2 JIPB's Academic Development
  5. 3 Editing, Publishing and Circulation
  6. 4 Event Timeline
  7. Acknowledgements
  8. References

3.1 Editing and review

Starting in 2008, JIPB has built an international editorial board of renowned scientists. Currently, our editorial board has 77 members, with 48 foreign editors (62%) from 14 countries including the United States, Britain, Germany, Holland, and more. JIPB's current Editor-in-Chief is Professor Chun-Ming Liu from the Institute of Botany, CAS, who is an expert in plant embryo and endosperm development, and in cell-cell communications. Our seven Associate Editors are Professor William J. Lucas, a professor from the University of California at Davis, USA, Professor Ian Baldwin from the Max-Planck Institute of Chemical Ecology, Germany, Professor Mark Stitt from the Max-Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology, Germany, Professor Chris Hawes from Oxford Brookes University, UK, Professor Leon V. Kochian from Cornell University, USA, Professor Li-Jia Qu from Peking University, China, and Professor Wei-Cai Yang from the Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology, CAS, China. They together build a core steering committee for the journal, and make all strategic decisions.

A global editorial board meeting is held every two years (three such meetings have been held so far), and domestic editorial board meetings are also held yearly to discuss strategies for future development of JIPB. The editorial board plays an important role in the international development of JIPB through its contributions, review articles, and invitation of manuscripts. These talented and forward-looking individuals continuously put into motion new measures to promote the rapid development of JIPB.

Currently, the editorial office is composed of 4 full-time staff: two with MSc degrees, and two with PhD degrees. Since 2008, JIPB has begun hiring foreign staff for the position of Communications Manager. To date, this position has been held by Johan Olausson from Sweden (for two and a half years), Sandi Chen from the USA (one year), and now Joshua Fenn, who graduated from Cornell University, USA with a bachelor's degree, and the University of Hong Kong with a master's degree. JIPB's internationalization has benefited greatly from these foreign staff, as they play an important role in polishing English, creating effective marketing campaigns for external distribution, and communicating between editors, authors, reviewers and the editorial office. Two members of the editorial staff have had international training as academic visitors in the UK and Japan, and this experience has contributed to the journal's development after they returned to China.

On top of these efforts toward internationalization, strides have also been made in terms of ensuring a smooth editorial process. A series of rules and regulations has been issued in the editorial office, including editing duties, manuscript management principles, a regular meeting system, and more. The editorial office also ensures that all articles published in JIPB conform to a standard format and layout.

In 2003, the “Zhulong” manuscript processing system was created, which allows the entire editorial process to be carried out online. This system completely revolutionized the way manuscripts were handled by JIPB, and made the entire process easier. In 2007, the Bench>Press system, a highly-efficient manuscript processing system created by Stanford University and used by world-class journals including The Plant Cell and Plant Physiology, was put into use at JIPB. This system makes communication between the editorial office, authors, reviewers, and editors effortless and barrier-free. JIPB also offers PubExpress, an extremely rapid submission option, for manuscripts of exceptional quality.

Manuscript quality is ensured through JIPB's rigorous management process. Starting in 2007, a new system for managing the editing of manuscripts was put into place. An Associate Editor is responsible for assigning a manuscript to a co-editor, and that co-editor is responsible for specifying reviewers. At the end of the process, the Editor-in-Chief and the Associate Editors are responsible for doing a final check on the quality of the manuscripts. All editors are responsible for the quality of science and language in each contributed manuscript. Crosscheck software was also integrated in the Bench>Press system in order to prevent duplicate publications, plagiarism, and academic misconduct, thus ensuring the scientific quality of JIPB's publications.

In addition, JIPB has continued to strengthen its reviewer database. At present, more than 2,000 national and international experts are included in the database, and the percentage of international reviewers is 45%.

3.2 The website

In 2003, JIPB's website, in both Chinese and English-language versions, was launched at http://www.chineseplantscience.com. In 2007, a new website which incorporates the Bench>Press manuscript processing system was established at http://www.jipb.net. In addition to acting as a means to submit manuscripts, the website also provides readers around the globe access to all previously-published JIPB articles dating back to 1952. Among these articles, all those published from 1952 to 2004 have been designated Free Access (FA), and after 2005, more than half of the articles published (the first issue of each year, all articles in the first month after publication, all special issues, two articles recommended by the EIC in each issue, and commentaries) have become FA. In addition, a corresponding JIPB homepage has been created on Wiley-Blackwell's website at http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/ (ISSN) 1744-7909. Both PDF and HTML formats of JIPB articles are available for download, and the CrossRef service is employed. Accepted articles can be accessed instantly online, and “Early View” articles can be published online ahead of the print version. In the electronic version of the journal, chart and reference dynamic linking is implemented, and slide files for charts are available for download. JIPB's Virtual Special Issues are created based on the six major criteria for all published articles. Most-cited articles and most-accessed articles are provided and updated. The pages of editors are linked. The columns for Accepted Articles, Early View, and Special Issue are now clearly divided. A photo gallery page is included, and JIPB activities have been recorded and publicized.

3.3 International cooperation and publishing

In 2005, JIPB began co-publishing with the Blackwell Publishing Group. The English writing for each manuscript is polished by native English speakers to ensure clarity of language for all final published JIPB articles. JIPB's cooperation with Wiley helped eliminate any instances of “Chinglish,” greatly improved the journal's international circulation, and enhanced its international influence. Full-text downloads saw a significant and rapid rise, reaching 178,235 in 2011. JIPB subscribers are now from more than 40 different countries and regions, and circulation has reached over 14,200 in 2011.

JIPB's cover design, the arrangement of its content, and the quality of its editing and proofreading is rapidly nearing those of first-class international journals. The electronic version of the journal and the print edition have been continuously worked over and improved; the new electronic version is now colorful, and references and charts make use of dynamic linking. A comprehensive proofreading system for manuscripts has been strictly implemented, bringing the error rate down to a very low level. As evidence of these efforts, JIPB won the “Outstanding Editing” title in a quality evaluation organized by CAS in 2010.

In addition, PubExpress, JIPB's fast-track submission and editing process, has been launched for manuscripts of exceptionally high quality. Our publication cycle has been considerably shortened by our continued optimization of manuscript handling. In 2011, the publication cycle of the printed version of the journal was shortened to 3.6 months, and online publication period was only 56 days from submission. The publication cycle progress of the printed version is shown in Figure 2.

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Figure 2. ABS/JIPB publication cycle for the printed version. Days shown are from manuscript first-received to officially printed.

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4 Event Timeline

  1. Top of page
  2. Abstract
  3. 1 JIPB Editors-in-Chief
  4. 2 JIPB's Academic Development
  5. 3 Editing, Publishing and Circulation
  6. 4 Event Timeline
  7. Acknowledgements
  8. References
1952Founded as Acta Botanica Sinica, a quarterly journal.
1967–1972Stopped during the “Cultural Revolution” for 6 years.
1973Journal resumed work.
1981Changed to a bimonthly journal.
1989Changed to a monthly journal.
1992Won First Place Prize as an Excellent Academic Journal.
1996Awarded First Place Prize as an Elite Journal by theCAS.
1997Won Second Place Prize, National Excellent Scienceand Technology Journal.
1998Changed to become an international journal, indexedby SCI.
1999Won the 1st National Journal Prize of China.
2000Won the Special Award of “Elite Journal 2000” by the CAS.
2001Received the Special Fund for Key Academic Journalsfrom the National Natural Science Foundation ofChina (grant received from 2001 to 2012).
2002Began publishing in English (with Chinese abstracts).
 Won the 2nd National Journal Prize of China.
 Won the One Hundred Outstanding Chinese AcademicPeriodicals Award (won from 2002 to 2006).
2003Changed to English only, with all articles publishedonline.
2005Changed name to JIPB, began publishing internationallywith Wiley-Blackwell.
 Won the 3rd National Journal Prize of China.
 Received the Science Publication Fund, awarded by theCAS (grant received in 2005, 2007, 2009–2012).
2006Named as one of the Top 7 Chinese Science andTechnology Journals from 2006–2011 by theChina Association for Science and Technology.
2007Changed format and website, under the managementof Co-Editors.
20091st International Symposium on Integrative Plant Biologyin Yantai.
 Held workshop on Scientific Publishing in Yantai.
 Won the Award of Most Influential Periodical in the Past60 years in China.
2010Held workshop on Scientific Publishing in Beijing.
20112nd International Symposium on Integrative PlantBiology in Lanzhou.
 Held workshop on Scientific Publishing in Lanzhou.
2012No page charge from February 1st, 2012.
 Held workshop on Scientific Publishing in Shanghai.
 Won the Second Place Award as an ExcellentInternational Science and Technology Journal.

Acknowledgements

  1. Top of page
  2. Abstract
  3. 1 JIPB Editors-in-Chief
  4. 2 JIPB's Academic Development
  5. 3 Editing, Publishing and Circulation
  6. 4 Event Timeline
  7. Acknowledgements
  8. References

The authors would like to extend their gratitude to Dr. Lu-Sheng Fan for selecting informative keywords for the publications.

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  4. 2 JIPB's Academic Development
  5. 3 Editing, Publishing and Circulation
  6. 4 Event Timeline
  7. Acknowledgements
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