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Kew Bulletin

Kew Bulletin

Official Journal of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

Editor-in-Chief: David Simpson

ISSN: 0075-5974 (print version)
ISSN: 1874-933X (electronic version)

Journal no. 12225

KEW Royal Botanic Gardens
  • Important News: Kew Bulletin is now covered in Journal Citation Reports, SciSearch┬« and Current Contents┬« and will receive its first Impact Factor for 2015 in 2016
  • Flagship journal of the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew
  • Focusing on original articles on vascular plant and mycological systematics
  • Dynamic journal incorporating line drawings and photographs in each part
  • 100% of authors who answered a survey reported that they would definitely publish or probably publish in the journal again

Kew Bulletin is an international peer-reviewed journal for the taxonomy, systematics and conservation of vascular plants and fungi. Papers on conservation, evolution, palynology, cytology, anatomy, biogeography and phytochemistry are considered, where relevant to taxonomy and systematics. Review papers on topics appropriate to the journal are invited. The journal is richly illustrated with line drawings and photographs, and also features a Book Review and Notices section. Four parts (c. 640 pp) are published each year.

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    Kew Bulletin is an international peer-reviewed journal for the taxonomy, systematics and conservation of vascular plants and fungi. Papers on conservation, evolution, palynology, cytology, anatomy, biogeography and phytochemistry are considered, where relevant to taxonomy and systematics. Review papers on topics appropriate to the journal are invited. The journal is richly illustrated with line drawings and photographs, and also features a Book Review and Notices section. Four parts (c. 640 pp) are published each year.

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