Plant Systematics and Evolution
Plant Systematics and Evolution is an international journal dedicated to publication of original papers, reviews, new methods and resources, short communications and special thematic issues on plant systematics in the broadest sense. The journal aims to bridge the specific subject areas in plant systematics and evolution, encompassing evolutionary, phylogenetic, genomic and biogeographical studies. Taxonomic emphasis is on all land plant groups including fungi and lichens.
Fields of interest: plant systematics and taxonomy, plant evolution, biodiversity, genetics, genome evolution, comparative and evolutionary genomics, genome sequencing, bioinformatics, population genetics, reproductive biology, ecology, biogeography, palaeobotany, ultrastructure, cytology, anatomy, palynology, and plant development.
Plant Systematics and Evolution publishes original articles, review articles, invited review articles, and short communications. The journal does not levy page charges and provides free color in print.
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Genome size variation among common dandelion accessions informs their mode of reproduction and suggests the absence of sexual diploids in North America
Crossability of a high-mountain dwarf variety of Lysimachia japonica (Primulaceae) endemic to Yakushima Island with its normal-sized lowland counterpart
Stem anatomy of neotropical Dioscorea L. (Dioscoreaceae) and its importance to the systematics of the genus
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