2017 Institutional Subscriptions
2017 American Journal of Botany Subscription Rate
The Botanical Society of America is pleased to provide you with the 2017 subscription rate for the American Journal of Botany, the leading multi-disciplinary journal in the botanical sciences. The American Journal of Botany (AJB) publishes peer-reviewed, innovative, significant research of interest to a wide audience of scientists in all areas of plant biology (e.g., biodiversity, structure, function, development, genetics, evolution, reproduction, systematics), all levels of organization (molecular to ecosystem), and all plant groups and allied organisms (cyanobacteria, algae, fungi, and lichens). The AJB places plants in the broader context of biological interactions and the life sciences. The journal includes Primary Research and Review Articles, Brief Communications, Special Invited Papers, and Special Issues focused on a central theme of interest to the community. New in 2015 is our News & Views section, which includes “On the Nature of Things” Essays, “Highlights,” Commentaries, and Letters to the Editor. We are proud that the American Journal of Botany is a Society journal and that we are mission driven. We work hard to serve the botanical community and keep our fees low for authors to publish and for libraries and institutions to subscribe. We would like to express our thanks and appreciation for your continued support. Please contact us if you have any questions about subscribing to the journal.
Electronic ISSN 1537-2197
2017 Volume: Volume 104 - 12 Issues (monthly)
Subscription includes online access to the Plant Science Bulletin. (Electronic: ISSN 1537-9752)
The entire archive of PSB journals is available freely at http://cms.botany.org/home/publications/plant-science-bulletin.html. Please note that print copies of the Plant Science Bulletin are not available to libraries.
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