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Edited By: Alistair M. Hetherington

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October 2016, Vol. 212 No. 2

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Cover image: SEM of a barley leaf epidermal cell infected with the powdery mildew casual agent, Blumeria f. sp. graminis (false coloured: barley cell wall, blue; papillae, red; fungal haustorium, purple). Courtesy of Alan Little. (Douchkov et al. pp. 421-433 & Chowdhury et al. pp. 434-443)

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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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