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Published since 1929, this monthly journal features comprehensive research articles and notes in all segments of plant sciences, including cell and molecular biology, ecology, mycology and plant-microbe interactions, phycology, physiology and biochemistry, structure and development, genetics, systematics, and phytogeography. It also publishes commentary and review articles on topics of current interest, contributed by internationally recognized scientists.

Previously published as the Canadian Journal of Botany

Botany was previously published as Canadian Journal of Botany.

Publisher: NRC Research Press

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Volume 86, Number 3, March 2008

Structural and permeability properties of the soybean seed coat
pp. 219-227(9)
Authors: Ma, Fengshan; Qutob, Dinah; Peterson, Carol A.; Bernards, Mark A.; Gijzen, Mark

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Chloroplast DNA polymorphism reveals geographic structure and introgression in the Quercus crassifolia × Quercus crassipes hybrid complex in Mexico
pp. 228-239(12)
Authors: Tovar-Sánchez, E.; Mussali-Galante, P.; Esteban-Jiménez, R.; Piñero, D.; Arias, D. M.; Dorado, O.; Oyama, K.

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Genetic diversity of Frankia strains in root nodules from Hippophae¨ rhamnoides L.
pp. 240-247(8)
Authors: Chen, Li-hong; Liu, Jian; Yao, Gui-min; Yan, Wei

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Relationships between flowering phenology and female reproductive success in the Japanese tree species Magnolia stellata
pp. 248-258(11)
Authors: Setsuko, Suzuki; Tamaki, Ichiro; Ishida, Kiyoshi; Tomaru, Nobuhiro

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Seed size effects and competitive ability in Thlaspi arvense L. (Brassicaceae)
pp. 259-267(9)
Authors: Susko, David J.; Cavers, Paul B.

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Water content and reserve allocation patterns within the bulb of the perennial geophyte red squill (Liliaceae) in relation to the Mediterranean climate
pp. 291-299(9)
Authors: Sawidis, Thomas; Diannelidis, Barbara-Evelin; Stylianos Delivopoulos; Al-Tardeh, Sharaf

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5.8S motifs for the identification of pseudogenic ITS regions
pp. 300-305(6)
Authors: Harpke, Doerte; Peterson, Angela

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Leaf variegation is associated with reduced herbivore damage in Hydrophyllum virginianum
pp. 306-313(8)
Authors: Stehlik, Ivana; Stinchcombe, John R.; Campitelli, Brandon E.

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