New Phytologist

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Edited By: Alistair M. Hetherington

Impact Factor: 7.672

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

Online ISSN: 1469-8137

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New Phytologist, December 2014, 204(4) - cover

Volume 204 Issue 4 (December 2014)
False-coloured transmission electron micrograph showing multi-membranal viruses egressing from an Emiliania huxleyi algal cell. Courtesy of Daniella Schatz. (Schatz et al. pp. 854–863)
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New Phytologist, November 2014, 204(3) - cover

Volume 204 Issue 3 (November 2014)
Barley epidermis infected with Blumeria graminis f. sp. hordei, fluorescently labelled by Alexa Fluor 555-coupled WGA. Courtesy of Jamil Chowdhury (Chowdhury et al. pp. 650–660)
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New Phytologist, October 2014, 204(2) - cover

Volume 204 Issue 2 (October 2014)
‘Plant interactions with other organisms: molecules, ecology and evolution’ image prepared by APPS (Lancaster, UK) for the 32nd New Phytologist Symposium, November 2013
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New Phytologist, October 2014, 204 (1) - cover

Volume 204 Issue 1 (October 2014)
A specimen of Hawaiian koa (Acacia koa) in Makawao Forest Reserve on the island of Maui. Courtesy of Forest and Kim Starr. (Le Roux et al. pp. 230–241)
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New Phytologist, September 2014, 203 (4) - cover

Volume 203 Issue 4 (September 2014)
A new pollinating seed-consuming mutualism between Rheum nobile and a fly fungus gnat, Bradysia sp., from the high Himalayas. Courtesy of Bo Song. (Song et al. pp. 1109–1118)
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New Phytologist, July 2014, 203 (3) - cover

Volume 203 Issue 3 (August 2014)
Subalpine forest in the Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, USA, 28 years after the Ouzel Fire. Courtesy of Philip Higuera. (Dunnette et al. pp. 900–912)
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New Phytologist, July 2014, 203 (2) - cover

Volume 203 Issue 2 (July 2014)
Mach-Zehnder false-colour micrograph showing germtube and appressorium of Phakopsora pachyrhizi (Asian soybean rust) with a developing penetration hypha. Courtesy of Marco Loehrer (Loehrer et al. pp. 620631)
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New Phytologist, July 2014, 203 (1) - cover

Volume 203 Issue 1 (July 2014)
Senecio lautus growing on a rocky headland on the eastern coast of Australia. Courtesy of Daniel Ortiz-Barrientos (Melo et al. pp. 323–334)
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New Phytologist, June 2014, 202 (4) - cover

Volume 202 Issue 4 (June 2014)
A strigolactone-treated epidermal root cell of Arabidopsis thaliana (actin filaments, green; plasma membrane and endosomes, red). Courtesy of Eduard Belausov (Pandya-Kumar et al. pp. 1184–1196)
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New Phytologist, May 2014, 202 (3) - cover

Volume 202 Issue 3 (May 2014)
Domatium of the ant-plant Leonardoxa africana cut longitudinally, showing ants and the black fungus inside. Courtesy of Rumsaïs Blatrix. (Mayer et al. pp. 749–764)
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New Phytologist, April 2014, 202 (2) - cover

Volume 202 Issue 2 (April 2014)
Inflorescence of Geissois magnifica (Cunoniaceae), one of 65 nickel hyperaccumulators from New Caledonia. Courtesy of Yohan Pillon. (Pillon et al. pp. 521–530)
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New Phytologist, January 2014, 202 (1) - cover

Volume 202 Issue 1 (April 2014)
Mangrove tree, Xylocarpus granatum, plank roots line the upper intertidal edges of the Utwe River on the island of Kosrae, Federated States of Micronesia. Courtesy of USDA Forest Service (K. W. Krauss, photographer). (Krauss et al. pp. 19–34)
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New Phytologist, January 2014, 201 (4) - cover

Volume 201 Issue 4 (March 2014)
Mla-, miR398-, and HvSod1-mediated hypersensitive reaction, evidenced by autofluorescence of barley epidermal cells after challenge with the powdery mildew fungus. Courtesy of Weihui Xu. (Xu et al. pp. 1396–1412)
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New Phytologist, January 2014, 201 (3) - cover

Volume 201 Issue 3 (February 2014)
Cross-section of Pinus sylvestris with resin ducts and asymmetric growth rings. Courtesy of Karina Schollaen. (Schollaen et al. pp. 10451055)
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New Phytologist, January 2014, 201 (2) - cover

Volume 201 Issue 2 (January 2014)
Storm over Noel Kempff National Park, Bolivia, a habitat containing many new species. Courtesy of Hermes Justiniano. (Bebber et al. pp. 700–706)
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New Phytologist, January 2014, 201 (1) - cover

Volume 201 Issue 1 (January 2014)
Leaf epidermis of pea (Pisum sativum) expressing fluorescence protein resulting in cyan-labeled mitochondria; autofluorescence of plastids (red). Courtesy of Bianca Baudisch. (Baudisch et al. pp. 8090).
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