New Phytologist is a peer-reviewed scientific journal published on behalf of the New Phytologist Trust by Wiley-Blackwell. It was founded in 1902 by botanist Arthur Tansley, who served as editor until 1931.
|Edited by||Alistair M. Hetherington|
New Phytologist covers all aspects of plant science, with topics ranging from intracellular processes through to global environmental change, including:
- Physiology and development: intra/inter-cellular signalling, long-distance signalling, physiology, development, eco-devo - phenotypic plasticity, transport, biochemistry.
- Environment: global change and Earth system functioning, environmental stress, ecophysiology, plant–soil interactions, heavy metals.
- Interaction: multitrophic systems, mycorrhizas and pathogens, fungal genomics, nitrogen-fixing symbioses.
- Evolution: molecular evolution, population genetics, mating systems, phylogenetics, speciation, plant-enemy coevolution.
The journal publishes articles in the following categories:
- Original research articles
- Research reviews
- Meeting reports
- Modelling/Theory and Methods papers
- Tansley reviews
- Tansley insights
- Journal Homepage
- New Phytologist Trust
- New Phytologist at SCImago Journal Rank
- New Phytologist at HathiTrust Digital Library
- New Phytologist at Botanical Scientific Journals
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