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New Phytologist is an international journal offering rapid publication of high-quality, original research in plant science. Owned by the non-profit-making New Phytologist Trust we are dedicated to the promotion of plant science. Our activities range from funding symposia and workshops to ensuring free access for our commissioned reviews.
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2018-04-26 13:39
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2018-04-26 00:00
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Dawn Sanders: Dad's Hedge

Where can a plant take you? Herbaria 3.0 (www.herbaria3.org), is a collaborative digital environmental humanities project that offers a platform for sharing the stories of plants and people. Herbaria 3.0 explores how the stories we tell about plants i...
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Maria Gianquitto: Nonna's Garden

Where can a plant take you? Herbaria 3.0 (www.herbaria3.org), is a collaborative digital environmental humanities project that offers a platform for sharing the stories of plants and people. Herbaria 3.0 explores how the stories we tell about plants i...
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16.03.2018 http://i1.sndcdn.com/avatars-000130758082-w2tk2s-original.jpg

Harry Shearer talks about tree mortality research by Nate McDowell on Le Show

Harry Shearer features a recent paper about tropical tree mortality by Nate McDowell on @leshowharryshearer. Read more about the research: https://www.newphytologist.org/blog/increasing-tree-mortality-in-a-warming-world/ Read the paper: https://doi.o...
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31.03.2017

Interview with Sascha Ismail and Chris Kettle

Sascha Ismail and Chris Kettle describe their recent New Phytologist paper, 'Evaluating realised seed dispersal across fragmented tropical landscapes: a two-fold approach using parentage analysis and the neighbourhood model', their careers, and top tip...
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31.03.2017

Interview with Sascha Ismail and Christ Kettle (full version)

Sascha Ismail and Chris Kettle describe their recent New Phytologist paper, 'Evaluating realised seed dispersal across fragmented tropical landscapes: a two-fold approach using parentage analysis and the neighbourhood model', their careers, and top tip...
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14.03.2017

Publishing in New Phytologist part two: Submission and peer review

In the second of our two-part series, Editor-in-Chief Alistair Hetherington describes how to best navigate the submission and peer review process. Watch on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2IZgTyrxMD4 Listen to part one: https://soundcloud.co...
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14.03.2017

Publishing in New Phytologist part one: Should I submit my work to New Phytologist?

Editor-in-Chief Alistair Hetherington describes how you can decide whether your work is suitable for publication in New Phytologist. Watch on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2kHYwSHGjpw Listen to part two: https://soundcloud.com/new-phytolog...
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13.02.2017

Interview with Francis Martin, Interaction Section Editor

"There are three important qualities in a good scientist: dedication, communication, and openness." Prof Francis Martin is Section Editor for the Interaction section of New Phytologist. Listen to the interview to find out what he thinks the hot topics...
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13.02.2017

Interview with Colin Brownlee, Physiology& Development Editor, New Phytologist

'Don't be put off if your experiment doesn't seem to have worked if you're doing experiments, or if your data doesn't seem to fit - that's probably going to be the most interesting thing that you've done so far.' Listen to our interview with Prof Coli...
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13.02.2017

Interview with Amy Austin, Environment Editor, New Phytologist

'Pursue questions that really interest you, do things that you like to do - I think that that's the best advice - because if you can maintain that enthusiasm, if you really maintain the joy in what you're doing in science, that will transmit itself int...
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19.01.2017

Interview with Etienne Laliberté - winner of the Tansley Medal 2016

Etienne Laliberté, winner of the 2016 New Phytologist Tansley Medal for excellence in plant science, describes how he became interested in plant science, the thought process behind his Tansley insight 'Below-ground frontiers in trait-based plant ecolog...
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29.11.2016

With a little help from my fungus: interview with Ainhoa Martínez-Medina

"I think one of the most exciting results of the paper is the clear phenotype. When you are doing an experiment in the greenhouse and you harvest the plants, you really see a very strong effect when the plants are colonised by beneficial microbes." Ne...
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18.11.2016

Interview with Maarja Öpik, Interaction Editor, New Phytologist

"Be curious, be passionate, and learn from people around you. Trust your curiosity and let it be your teacher." New Phytologist Editor Maarja Öpik talks about her work in plant science and plant-fungi interactions, describes why she became a scientist...
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18.11.2016

Interview with Alistair Hetherington, Editor-in-Chief, New Phytologist

"My advice for early career researchers: once you've written a manuscript, ask friends and colleagues, particularly those outside your field, to have a look at it." Editor-in-Chief, Alistair Hetherington, talks about his role at the journal, what make...
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6.07.2016

Interview with Mark Rausher - winner of the Sewall Wright Award at Evolution 2016

New Phytologist Editor Mark Rausher received the Sewall Wright Award at the 2016 Evolution Conference in Austin, Texas. Our Development Coordinator Mike Whitfield caught up with Mark to find out more about the award, Mark's career in plant science and ...
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26.02.2016

Keith Lindsey on hormonal regulation of root growth

New Phytologist Editor Keith Lindsey in conversation with Geraint Parry for the Arabidopsis Research Roundup (http://blog.garnetcommunity.org.uk/arabidopsis-research-roundup-3/). Keith describes work that aims to dissect the complex hormonal regulation...
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16.02.2016

Interview with Alexander Jones - winner of the Tansley Medal 2015

An interview with Dr Alexander Jones of the Sainsbury Laboratory, Cambridge University, UK, and winner of the 2015 New Phytologist Tansley Medal for excellence in plant science. In this interview, Alexander describes his research on the role of phytoho...
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19.10.2015

Amy Austin, L’Oréal-UNESCO Women in Science prize winner, Argentina

New Phytologist Editor Dr Amy Austin was recently awarded the L’Oréal-UNESCO prize for Women in Science in Argentina, for her project ‘Effects of afforestation on carbon and nitrogen cycling in natural ecosystems of Patagonia, Argentina’. Amy is an Ass...
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13.02.2015

Interview with Hua Wang at the 26th New Phytologist Symposium (May, 2011)

Interview with Hua Wang (Université Toulouse, France) at the 26th New Phytologist Symposium (May 2011, Nancy, France) www.newphytologist.org/symposiums/view/10 Hua was a poster prize winner at the symposium. Her poster was entitled 'Studies of auxin re...
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13.02.2015

Interview with Oana Dima at the 26th New Phytologist Symposium (May 2011)

Interview with Oana Dima (Ghent University, Belgium) at the 26th New Phytologist Symposium (May 2011, Nancy, France) www.newphytologist.org/symposiums/view/10 Oana was a poster prize winner at the symposium. Her poster was entitled 'Profiling and local...
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13.02.2015

Interview Stéphane Maury at the 26th New Phytologist Symposium (May, 2011)

Interview with Stéphane Maury (Université d'Orléans, France) at the 26th New Phytologist Symposium (May 2011, Nancy, France) www.newphytologist.org/symposiums/view/10 Stéphane was a poster prize winner at the symposium. His poster was entitled 'Epigeno...
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13.02.2015

Interview with Steve Strauss at the 26th New Phytologist Symposium (May, 2011)

Interview with former New Phytologist Editor Steve Strauss (Oregon State University, USA) at the 26th New Phytologist Symposium on Bioenergy Trees (May 2011, Nancy, France) www.newphytologist.org/symposiums/view/10 Listen to hear some excellent advice ...
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12.02.2015

Interview with Francis Martin (INRA, France), at the 26th New Phytologist Symposium (May, 2011)

Interview with New Phytologist Interaction Section Editor Francis Martin, (INRA, France) who was the lead organiser at the 26th New Phytologist Symposium on Bioenergy Trees (May 2011, Nancy, France) http://www.newphytologist.org/symposiums/view/10 Fran...
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12.02.2015

Interview with New Phytologist Editor-in-Chief Alistair Hetherington (July 2012)

Interview with New Phytologist Editor-in-Chief Alistair Hetherington (University of Bristol, UK) from July 2012. Alistair discusses his career and his long-serving relationship with New Phytologist resulting in his appointment as Editor-in-Chief. Alist...
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20.01.2015

Interview with William Anderegg the New Phytologist Tansley Medal 2014 winner

An interview with the winner of the 2014 Tansley Medal for excellence in plant science, Dr William R. L. Anderegg of Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, USA. William discusses his research and how it contributes to our understanding of the effects of ...
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14.01.2015

Chemistry and biology of plant alkaloid biosynthesis - Sarah O'Connor

Plenary lecture by Sarah O'Connor, John Innes Centre entitled 'Chemistry and biology of plant alkaloid biosynthesis'. This lecture took place during the New Phytologist next generation scientists conference, held at the John Innes Centre in July 2014 (...
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14.01.2015

A systems approach to improved root traits - Philip Benfey

Plenary lecture by Philip Benfey, Duke University and HHMI entitled 'A systems approach to improved root traits ' This lecture took place during the New Phytologist next generation scientists conference, held at the John Innes Centre in July 2014 (http...
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14.01.2015

Meiotic adaptation to whole genome duplication - Kirsten Bomblies

Plenary lecture by Kirsten Bomblies, Harvard University entitled 'Meiotic adaptation to whole genome duplication'. This lecture took place during the New Phytologist next generation scientists conference, held at the John Innes Centre in July 2014 (htt...
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13.01.2015

What do we mean when we talk about sustainable intensification? - Charles Godfray

Plenary lecture by Charles Godfray, University of Oxford entitled 'What do we mean when we talk about sustainable intensification?' This lecture took place during the New Phytologist next generation scientists conference, held at the John Innes Centre ...
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