New Phytologist

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Edited By: Alistair M. Hetherington

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Online ISSN: 1469-8137

Cover Gallery 2009


New Phytologist, December 2009 184 (4) - cover

Volume 184 Issue 4 (December 2009)

Aristolochia chiapensis in the Lacandonia Rainforest located in Chiapas, Mexico. Courtesy of Stefan Wanke.

New Phytologist, November 2009 184 (3) - cover

Volume 184 Issue 3 (November 2009)

Tropical achlorophyllous orchid, Gastrodia similis, at Mare Longue (La Réunion). Courtesy of Thomas Tully and Florent Martos.

New Phytologist, October 2009 184 (2) - cover

Volume 184 Issue 2 (October 2009)

Localised autofluorescence in wheat leaves below attempted penetration by the fungus Magnaporthe. Courtesy of Hale Tufan.

New Phytologist, October 2009 184 (1) - cover

Volume 184 Issue 1 (October 2009)

The great gentian (Gentiana lutea L.) in the Haut-Doubs, France. Courtesy of Michel Chalot.

New Phytologist, September 2009 183 (4) - cover

Volume 183 Issue 4 (September 2009)

Summer-dormant sand-sheathed roots of the perennial Southern Rush Lyginia barbata. Courtesy of Michael Shane.

New Phytologist, August 2009 183 (3) - cover

Volume 183 Issue 3 (August 2009)

Bonatea speciosa – a South African species whose flowers Darwin considered to be the most ‘profoundly modified’ of all orchids. Courtesy of Steven Johnson.

New Phytologist, July 2009 183 (2) - cover

Volume 183 Issue 2 (July 2009)

Drosophila flies visit a yeasty-smelling Pawpaw flower (Asimina triloba) in Columbia, SC, USA. Courtesy of Robert Raguso.

New Phytologist, July 2009 183 (1) - cover

Volume 183 Issue 1 (July 2009)

The parasitic witchweed, Striga hermonthica, infecting rice roots. Courtesy of Mayuko Sato & Kiminori Toyooka at RIKEN, Japan.

New Phytologist, June 2009 182 (4) - cover

Volume 182 Issue 4 (June 2009)

The ant Petalomyrmex phylax feeding on nectar-producing glands of its host plant Leonardoxa africana. Courtesy of Rumsaïs Blatrix and Emmanuel Defossez.

New Phytologist, May 2009 182 (3) - cover

Volume 182 Issue 3 (May 2009)

Circumnutation in Arabidopsis stem over a period of 75 minutes on Earth. Courtesy of Bjarte Gees Bokn Solheim.

New Phytologist, April 2009 182 (2) - cover

Volume 182 Issue 2 (April 2009)

Zaluzianskya microsiphon, one of several wild flowers coevolved with the long-tongued fly Prosoeca ganglbaueri. Courtesy of Steven Johnson.

New Phytologist, April 2009 182 (1) - cover

Volume 182 Issue 1 (April 2009)

Hakea psilorrhyncha inflorescence protected from florivores by sharp-pointed needle leaves. Courtesy of Byron Lamont.

New Phytologist, March 2009 181 (4) - cover

Volume 181 Issue 4 (March 2009)

Amanita muscaria emerging from soil near Pinus radiata on Sunset Boulevard, San Francisco, CA, USA. Courtesy of John Lennie.

New Phytologist, February 2009 181 (3) - cover

Volume 181 Issue 3 (February 2009)

Restoration of pollen formation in an Arabidopsis male-sterile mutant by complementation. Courtesy of Clive Lo.

New Phytologist, January 2009 181 (2) - cover

Volume 181 Issue 2 (January 2009)

Sassafras albidum pistillate flowers. Courtesy of Michael Hogan.

New Phytologist, January 2009 181 (1) - cover

Volume 181 Issue 1 (January 2009)

Cyanobacterial filaments entering the developing megasporocarp of Azolla microphylla through the opening of the indusium chamber. Courtesy of Weiwen Zheng.

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