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Special Issues

Special Issues of Annals of Botany are an addition to our normal monthly output and are available online and in print without further cost to subscribers. Each Special Issue focuses on a particular subject with an emphasis on topicality and current interest and contains both reviews and original research articles by leading scientists in the field. Special Issues are highly focussed sources of information allowing a rapid appraisal of current views and findings. Special Issues are also an invaluable resource for updating lectures and offer facilitated downloading of illustrative material into MS PowerPoint slides.

Forthcoming Special Issues

Plant Immunity
Endemism Hotspots and Climate Change

PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED SPECIAL ISSUES

2016

Developmental Robustness and Species Diversity (Vol. 117, No 5, April 2016)

Root Biology (Vol. 118, No 4, October 2016)

2015

Halophytes (Vol. 115, No 3, February 2015)

Reactive Oxygen and Nitrogen Species (Vol. 116, No 4, September 2015)

Plants and Climate Change (Vol. 116, No 6, November 2015)

2014

Pollinator-Driven Speciation (Vol. 113, No 2, January 2014)

Functional–Structural Plant Modelling (Vol. 114, No 4, September 2014)

Plant Cell Walls (Vol. 114, No 6, October 2014)

Flower Development (Vol. 114, No 7, November 2014)

2013

Matching Roots to their Environment (Vol. 112, July 2013)

Seedling Herbivory (Vol. 112, August 2013)

Inflorescences (Vol. 112, November 2013)

2012

Plant Mating Systems (Vol. 109, February 2012)

Root Biology (Vol. 110, July 2012)

Plant Population Biology (Vol. 110, November 2012)

2011

Plant Growth and Architectural Modelling and its Applications (Vol 107, No 5, April 2011)

The Plant Cell Cycle (Vol 107, No 7, May 2011)

Evolution and Development (Vol 107, No 9, June 2011)

Plant Sexual Reproduction (Vol 108, No 4, September 2011)

Functional–Structural Plant Modelling (Vol 108, No 6, October 2011)

Palm Biology (Vol 108, No 8, December 2011)

2010

Plant Nutrition (Vol 105, No 7, June 2010)

2009

Adaptation to Flooded Conditions by Crops and Native Plants (Vol 103, No 2, January 2009)

Photosynthesis Under Water Deficit and Salinity Stresses (Vol 103, No 4, February 2009)

Ecology and Evolution of Plant–Pollinator Interactions (Vol 103, No 9, June 2009)

Orchid Evolutionary Biology and Conservation (Vol 104, No 3, August 2009)

2008

Cell Separation, Germination and DNA Repair (Marking Daphne J. Osborne’s career in science) (Vol 101, No 2, January 2008)

Genome Horizons (Vol 101, No 6, April 2008)

Plant Growth Modelling (Vol 101, No 8, May 2008)

2007

Crop Domestication (Vol. 100, No 5, October 2007)

2005

Plant Genome Size (Vol. 95, No. 1, Jan 2005)

Flooding Stress (Vol. 96, No. 4, Sept 2005)

2003

Flooding and Plant Growth (Vol. 91, Jan 2003)

2002

Plant Responses to Water Stress (Vol. 89, June 2002)

2001

Physiology and Agronomy of White Clover (Vol. 88, Oct 2001)

2000

Pollen-stigma Interactions (Vol. 85, Supplement 1, March 2000)

Physiology, Ecology and Control of Bracken (Vol. 85, Supplement 2, April 2000)

1998

Genome Size in Angiosperms (Vol. 82, Supplement 1, Dec 1998)

1997

Plant Response and Adaptation to Anaerobiosis (Vol. 79, Supplement 1, Jan 1997)

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