American Journal of Botany

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Edited By: Pamela Diggle

Impact Factor: 3.05

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2016: 40/212 (Plant Sciences)

Online ISSN: 1537-2197

Associated Title(s): Applications in Plant Sciences

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Meet Pamela Diggle

The AJB Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Pamela Diggle (University of Connecticut), studies the evolution of morphological diversity among plants with particular emphasis on understanding how features of development shape the dynamics of evolutionary change.

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The Latest Research From American Journal of Botany

Was the ancestral angiosperm flower whorled throughout? Dmitry Sokoloff et al.'s thoughts on Sauquet et al.'s recent article in Nature Communications

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Persistent pollinators and the evolution of complete selfing: an “On the Nature of Things” essay by Rachel Spigler and Susan Kalisz

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Debate blooms over anatomy of the world’s first flower: Some researchers say that statistical prediction of the ancestral blossom yielded an unlikely structure. Nature article covers Dmitry Sokoloff's recent AJB article. Read more...

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