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Edited By: Alistair M. Hetherington

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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 6/204 (Plant Sciences)

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Photosynthetic bark by Nathan G. McDowell, Editor, New Phytologist

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Cell biology at the plant–microbe interfaceSeptember 2015 Special Issue:
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Evolutionary plant radiationsJuly 2015 Special Issue:
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Flowers that point to the sky may attract more moth pollinators
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Ozone can reduce a flower's scent that's critical for attracting pollinators
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The slow process of countering the emerald ash borer
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December 2015, Vol. 208 No. 4

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Cover image:Epichloë festucae hypha (orange) growing around a trichome on a perennial ryegrass leaf blade (green). Courtesy of Carla J. Eaton. (Picture taken at the Manawatu Microscopy and Imaging Centre, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand by Niki Murray and Carla Eaton, and processed to false colour by Pierre-Yves Dupont.) (Dupont et al. pp. 1227–1240)

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About New Phytologist

New Phytologist offers rapid publication of high quality, original research in plant science. Falling within four sections - Physiology & Development, Environment, Interaction and Evolution - articles cover topics ranging from intracellular processes to global environmental change. We encourage cross-disciplinary approaches that address fundamental questions across the spectrum of plant science. The journal is published 16 times a year, and is owned by a charitable trust dedicated to the promotion of plant science.

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