New Phytologist

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Edited By: Alistair M. Hetherington

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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 6/197 (Plant Sciences)

Online ISSN: 1469-8137

Cover Gallery 2012


New Phytologist, December 2012 196 (4) - cover

Volume 196 Issue 4 (December 2012)

Banksia menziesii (Proteaceae) adapted for growth on severely phosphorus-impoverished soils in Australia. Courtesy of Hans Lambers. (Lambers et al. pp.1098–1108)

New Phytologist, November 2012 196 (3) - cover

Volume 196 Issue 3 (November 2012) 

Confocal microscopy cross-section of Pseudocyphellaria crocata lichen thallus showing autofluorescence, fungus (green) and cyanobacteria (orange). Courtesy of Tina Summerfield. (Chua et al. pp. 862–872)

New Phytologist, October 2012 196 (2) - cover

Volume 196 Issue 2 (October 2012)

Inflorescence of Cornus florida at anthesis (the head is subtended by four, large, and petaloid bracts). Courtesy of Qiu-Yun (Jenny) Xiang. (Feng et al. pp. 631–643)

New Phytologist, October 2012 196 (1) - cover

Volume 196 Issue 1 (October 2012)

Prophylls protect an axillary meristem of a perennial Mimulus guttatus plant (false-coloured SEM). Courtesy of Robert L. Baker (Baker et al. pp. 272–282).

New Phytologist, September 2012 195 (4) - cover

Volume 195 Issue 4 (September 2012)

Summer snow at the Nothofagus pumilio natural treeline of Mount Cerro Castillo (Aysén Region, Chile). Courtesy of Alex Fajardo. (Fajardo et al. pp. 794–802).

New Phytologist, August 2012 195 (3) - cover

Volume 195 Issue 3 (August 2012)

Wheat roots stained with morin showing the distribution of aluminium. Courtesy of Emmanuel Delhaize (Delhaize et al. pp. 609–619).

New Phytologist, July 2012 195 (2) - cover

Volume 195 Issue 2 (July 2012)

Rosa hybrida flower visited by a honeybee (Apis mellifera). Courtesy of Moran Farhi & Alexander Vainstein. (Ben Zvi et al. pp. 335–345).

New Phytologist, July 2012 195 (1) - cover

Volume 195 Issue 1 (July 2012)

Drosera rotundifolia growing in Sphagnum fuscum at Lappmyran in Sweden. Courtesy of Jonathan Millett. (Millett et al. pp. 182–188).

New Phytologist, June 2012 194 (4) - cover

Volume 194 Issue 4 (June 2012)

Calostoma cinnabarinum (Sclerodermatineae) fruiting in central Virginia, USA. Courtesy of Michael G. Wood. (Wilson et al., pp. 1079–1095).

New Phytologist, May 2012 194 (3) - cover

Volume 194 Issue 3 (May 2012)

Welwitschia mirabilis – a gymnosperm with a less dynamic genome than found in angiosperms? Courtesy of Andrew R. Leitch. (Leitch & Leitch pp. 629–646).

New Phytologist, April 2012 194 (2) - cover

Volume 194 Issue 2 (April 2012)

Pseudowintera colorata, showing anthocyanic red margins on the young leaves. Courtesy of Luke Cooney. (Cooney et al. pp. 488–497).

New Phytologist, April 2012 194 (1) - cover

Volume 194 Issue 1 (April 2012)

Micrograph of an Arabidopsis thaliana inflorescence stem showing secondary cell walls (blue). Courtesy of Eryang Li. (Li et al. pp. 102–115)
New Phytologist, March 2012 193 (4) - cover

Volume 193 Issue 4 (March 2012)

The peatmoss Sphagnum palustre engulfing montane rain forest along Kohala Ditch (Hawaii). Courtesy of Betsy Harrison Gagné. (Karlin et al. pp. 1088-1097).
New Phytologist, February 2012 193 (3) - cover

Volume 193 Issue 3 (February 2012)

Cortical microtubules of a tobacco BY-2 cell stably expressing free-GFP, fluorescently labelled by TRITC-coupled antibodies. Courtesy of Jan Klotz. (Klotz & Nick pp. 576–589).

New Phytologist, January 2012 193 (2) - cover

Volume 193 Issue 2 (January 2012)

Microscopic pore network across the phellem–stele interface of a Melilotus siculus root. Courtesy of Pieter Verboven. (Verboven et al. 420–431).

New Phytologist, January 2012 193 (1) - cover

Volume 193 Issue 1 (January 2012)

Pollen tubes crossing between free carpels on the receptacle surface in the apocarpous monocot, Sagittaria potamogetifolia (fluorescence microscopy). Courtesy of Xiao-Fan Wang. (Wang et al. pp. 253–260).

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