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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 7, July 2008

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Inference of higher-order conifer relationships from a multi-locus plastid data set
pp. 658-669(12)
Authors: Rai, Hardeep S.; Reeves, Patrick A.; Peakall, Rod; Olmstead, Richard G.; Graham, Sean W.

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Phylogenetic patterns and diversification in the caesalpinioid legumes
pp. 697-718(22)
Authors: Mercure, Marjorie; Lewis, Gwilym P.; Bruneau, Anne; Herendeen, Patrick S.

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Phylogenetic relationships in the monocot order Commelinales, with a focus on Philydraceae
pp. 719-731(13)
Authors: Saarela, Jeffery M.; Prentis, Peter J.; Rai, Hardeep S.; Graham, Sean W.

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A survey of Penicillium brevicompactum and P. bialowiezense from indoor environments, with commentary on the taxonomy of the P. brevicompactum group
pp. 732-741(10)
Authors: Scott, James A.; Wong, Bess; Summerbell, Richard C.; Untereiner, Wendy A.

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Systematics of the Phialophora verrucosa complex: new insights from analyses of -tubulin, large subunit nuclear rDNA and ITS sequences
pp. 742-750(9)
Authors: Untereiner, Wendy A.; Angus, Andrea; Réblová, Martina; Orr, Mary-Jane

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Dispersal in a sterile lichen-forming fungus, Thamnolia subuliformis (Ascomycotina: Icmadophilaceae)
pp. 751-762(12)
Authors: Cassie, David M.; Piercey-Normore, Michele D.

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Morphological, biological, and molecular characteristics of the diatom Pseudo-nitzschia delicatissima from the Canadian Maritimes
pp. 763-772(10)
Authors: Reid, Charlotte; Kaczmarska, Irena; Martin, Jennifer L.; Moniz, Mónica B.J.

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