New Phytologist

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New Phytologist, November 2010 188 (4) - cover

Volume 188 Issue 4 (December 2010)

In situ flavonol staining (yellow) of a myb11 myb12 myb111 Arabidopsis mutant. Courtesy of Ralf Stracke. (Stracke et al. pp. 985–1000).

New Phytologist, November 2010 188 (3) - cover

Volume 188 Issue 3 (November 2010)

Agrostis canina around the volcanic degassing vent of Mefite di Ansanto, Italy. Courtesy of Matthew Haworth. (Haworth et al. pp. 845–855).

New Phytologist, October 2010 188 (2) - cover

Volume 188 Issue 2 (October 2010)

Stylidium dichotomum (Stylidiaceae) flower actively retrieving pollen from the thorax of Comptosia lacta (Bombyliidae). Courtesy of W Scott Armbruster. (Sapir and Armbruster).

New Phytologist, October 2010 188 (1) - cover

Volume 188 Issue 1 (October 2010)

A fertile Ectocarpus siliculosus male gametophyte (strain CCAP 1310/56) bearing mature, conical gametangia. Courtesy of Claire Gachon.

New Phytologist, September 2010 187 (4) - cover

Volume 187 Issue 4 (September 2010)

In planta interaction of AvrBsT from Xanthomonas with SnRK1 shown by BiFC. Courtesy of Robert Szczesny. (Szczesny et al. pp. 1058–1074).

New Phytologist, August 2010 187 (3) - cover

Volume 187 Issue 3 (August 2010)

Tropical rain forest canopy at dawn, SW Rondônia, Brazil. Courtesy of Patrick Meir (Meir and Woodward).

New Phytologist, July 2010 187 (2) - cover

Volume 187 Issue 2 (July 2010)

Chilling-induced cell death in an Arabidopsis leaf. Courtesy of Xiaozhen Huang. (Huang et al. pp. 301–312).

New Phytologist, July 2010 187 (1) - cover

Volume 187 Issue 1 (July 2010)

Cross-section of mature stelar region of a seminal root of barley (Hordeum vulgare). Courtesy of Thorsten Knipfer. (Knipfer & Fricke pp. 159–170).

New Phytologist, June 2010 186 (4) - cover

Volume 186 Issue 4 (June 2010)

Mimosa humivagans, a nodulating legume endemic to the highlands of central Brazil. Courtesy of Marcelo Simon. (Bueno dos Reis et al. pp. 934–946).

New Phytologist, May 2010 186 (3) - cover

Volume 186 Issue 3 (May 2010)

Self-incompatible Oenothera rhombipetala, fourpoint evening primrose (Oklahoma, USA). Courtesy of Marc Johnson. (Johnson et al. pp. 769-779).

New Phytologist, April 2010 186 (2) - cover

Volume 186 Issue 2 (April 2010)

A hemispherical image of the POP/EUROFACE tree canopy taken on 12 November 2004. Courtesy of Carlo Calfapietra & Marco Alesi. (Tallis et al. pp. 415-428).

New Phytologist, April 2010 186 (1) - cover

Volume 186 Issue 1 (April 2010)

The vigorous neo-allopolyploid Spartina anglica (Poaceae) in Brittany (Roscoff, France). Courtesy of M. L. Ainouche. (Chelaifa et al. pp. 161–174).

New Phytologist, March 2010 185 (4) - cover

Volume 185 Issue 4 (March 2010)

A water droplet on a water-repelling hairy leaf of the floating fern, Salvinia natans. Courtesy of György Kriska. (Egri et al. pp. 979–987).

New Phytologist, February 2010 185 (3) - cover

Volume 185 Issue 3 (February 2010)

Induction of GFP reporter in Medicago truncatula by secreted Myc factors from Glomus intraradices. Courtesy of H. Kuhn.(Kuhn et al. pp. 716–733).

New Phytologist, January 2010 185 (2) - cover

Volume 185 Issue 2 (January 2010)

Isolated Juniperus thurifera trees in Ciria-Borobia, site of community importance (Soria, Spain). Courtesy of José Miguel Olano. (Camarero et al. pp. 472–482).

New Phytologist, January 2010 185 (1) - cover

Volume 185 Issue 1 (January 2010)

The obligate Bromeliad, Tillandsia brachycaulos – a native of Mexico and Central America. Photograph taken in St Andrews Botanic Garden. Courtesy of RMM Crawford.

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