archive-org.com » ORG » O » OXFORDJOURNALS.ORG

Total: 760

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • Search Results
    119 127 Baayen RH 2011 languageR in mutualistic interactions Trends in Ecology and Evolution 9 214 217 Bronstein JL 2001 The exploitation of mutualisms Ecology Letters 4 277 287 Burkle LA Alarcon Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Select this article Original Article Froukje M Postma Sverre Lundemo and Jon Ågren Seed dormancy cycling and mortality differ between two locally adapted populations of Arabidopsis thaliana Ann Bot 2016 117 2 249 256 first published online December 3 2015 doi 10 1093 aob mcv171 postma ebc uu se Department of Plant Ecology and Evolution Evolutionary Biology Centre Baskin CC Baskin JM 2014 Seeds ecology biogeography and evolution of dormancy implications for their adaptive value Molecular Ecology 23 4291 4303 Donkin SG Eiteman Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Supplementary Data Select this article Original Article Elizabeth A Sinclair John Statton Renae Hovey Janet M Anthony Kingsley W Dixon and Gary A Kendrick Reproduction at the extremes pseudovivipary hybridization and genetic mosaicism in Posidonia australis Posidoniaceae Ann Bot 2016 117 2 237 247 first published online November 17 2015 doi 10 1093 aob mcv162 the seagrass genus Posidonia Marine Ecology Progress Series 421 117 130 Arnaud Haond clonality in population studies Molecular Ecology 16 5115 5139 Arnaud Haond S under simulated global warming Molecular Ecology 19 2870 2883 Burkholder DA Fourqurean Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Supplementary Data Select this article Original Article Michaela Sonnleitner Karl Hülber Ruth Flatscher Pedro Escobar García Manuela Winkler Jan Suda Peter Schönswetter and Gerald M Schneeweiss Ecological differentiation of diploid and polyploid cytotypes of Senecio carniolicus sensu lato Asteraceae is stronger in areas of sympatry Ann Bot 2016 117 2 269 276 first published online December 11 2015 doi 10 1093 aob mcv176 The case for character displacement in plants Ecology and Evolution 4 862 875 Bennett MD 1971 Generalized linear mixed models a practical guide for ecology and evolution Trends in Ecology Evolution 24 127 135 Cooley JR 2007 Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Supplementary Data Select this article Original Article Heather M Briggs Lucy M Anderson Laila M Atalla André M Delva Emily K Dobbs and Berry J Brosi Heterospecific pollen deposition in Delphinium barbeyi linking stigmatic pollen loads to reproductive output in the field Ann Bot 2016 117 2 341 347 first published online December 9 2015 doi 10 1093 aob mcv175 and the Jean H Langenheim Fellowship in Plant Ecology and Evolution to H M B LITERATURE Generalized linear mixed models a practical guide for ecology and evolution Trends in Ecology and Evolution 24 127 135 Brosi BJ Briggs Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Select this article Original Article Juan Fornoni Mariano Ordano Rubén Pérez Ishiwara Karina Boege and César A Domínguez A comparison of floral integration between selfing and outcrossing species a meta analysis Ann Bot 2016 117 2 299 306 first published online November 17 2015 doi 10 1093 aob mcv166 Phenotypic

    Original URL path: https://aob.oxfordjournals.org/search?fulltext=ecology&sortspec=date&submit=Submit&andorexactfulltext=phrase (2016-02-18)
    Open archived version from archive


  • Search Results
    mutation genetic mosaicism clonality evolution INTRODUCTION Life history strategies hybridization have been crucial to the evolution of many aquatic plant groups Les and 2014 The stages towards polyploid evolution include frequent fertility bottlenecks Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Supplementary Data Select this article Original Article Joana Costa Sílvia Castro João Loureiro and Spencer C H Barrett Variation in style morph frequencies in tristylous Lythrum salicaria in the Iberian Peninsula the role of geographical and demographic factors Ann Bot 2016 117 2 331 340 first published online December 9 2015 doi 10 1093 aob mcv173 concerning the ecology genetics and evolution of populations reviewed by Barrett differences in tristylous Lythrum salicaria Evolution 50 126 136 Anderson NO Ascher Pontederia cordata Pontederiaceae Evolution 37 745 759 Barrett SCH Brown Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Supplementary Data Select this article Original Article Michaela Sonnleitner Karl Hülber Ruth Flatscher Pedro Escobar García Manuela Winkler Jan Suda Peter Schönswetter and Gerald M Schneeweiss Ecological differentiation of diploid and polyploid cytotypes of Senecio carniolicus sensu lato Asteraceae is stronger in areas of sympatry Ann Bot 2016 117 2 269 276 first published online December 11 2015 doi 10 1093 aob mcv176 rarely complete hampering independent evolution of the polyploid It is well recognized displacement in plants Ecology and Evolution 4 862 875 Bennett MD 1971 The models a practical guide for ecology and evolution Trends in Ecology Evolution 24 127 135 Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Supplementary Data Select this article Original Article Antonio R Castilla Nathaniel Pope and Shalene Jha Positive density dependent reproduction regulated by local kinship and size in an understorey tropical tree Ann Bot 2016 117 2 319 329 first published online November 24 2015 doi 10 1093 aob mcv170 pollinator attraction and movement Evolution 34 475 488 Bernhardt CE Mitchell elegans Fabaceae Papilionoideae Evolution 57 518 526 Janzen DH 1970 Herbivores cosexual plants Trends in Ecology and Evolution 12 260 265 Knight TM 2003 Floral Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Supplementary Data Select this article Original Article Heather M Briggs Lucy M Anderson Laila M Atalla André M Delva Emily K Dobbs and Berry J Brosi Heterospecific pollen deposition in Delphinium barbeyi linking stigmatic pollen loads to reproductive output in the field Ann Bot 2016 117 2 341 347 first published online December 9 2015 doi 10 1093 aob mcv175 obviously has important implications for the evolution of coping mechanisms and remains an area Langenheim Fellowship in Plant Ecology and Evolution to H M B LITERATURE CITED models a practical guide for ecology and evolution Trends in Ecology and Evolution 24 Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Select this article Original Article Sandra V Rojas Nossa José María Sánchez and Luis Navarro Effects of nectar robbing on male and female reproductive success of a pollinator dependent plant Ann Bot 2016 117 2 291 297 first published online October 19 2015 doi 10

    Original URL path: https://aob.oxfordjournals.org/search?fulltext=evolution&sortspec=date&submit=Submit&andorexactfulltext=phrase (2016-02-18)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Search Results
    10 1093 aob mcv162 benefits including increased genetic variation If genetic diversity is able Waycott M 1995 Assessment of genetic variation and clonality in the seagrass James SH Walker DI 1997 Genetic variation within and between populations Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Supplementary Data Select this article Article Mathilde Mousset Patrice David Christophe Petit Juliette Pouzadoux Clémence Hatt Élodie Flaven Ophélie Ronce and Agnès Mignot Lower selfing rates in metallicolous populations than in non metallicolous populations of the pseudometallophyte Noccaea caerulescens Brassicaceae in Southern France Ann Bot mcv191 first published online January 15 2016 doi 10 1093 aob mcv191 increasing genetic drift and exposing genetic variation to selection This may have non metallicolous populations Most genetic variation was thus not explained by ecotype on the structure of neutral genetic variation is relatively common in pseudometallophytes Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Supplementary Data OPEN ACCESS Select this article Original Article Shou Li Li Anti Vasemägi and Satu Ramula Genetic variation facilitates seedling establishment but not population growth rate of a perennial invader Ann Bot 2016 117 1 187 194 first published online September 29 2015 doi 10 1093 aob mcv145 research article Original Articles Genetic variation facilitates seedling establishment demographic consequences of genetic variation is fundamental to invasion biology combined to explore the effects of genetic variation on invasive populations in natural Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Supplementary Data Select this article Original Article Quan Xie Sean Mayes and Debbie L Sparkes Optimizing tiller production and survival for grain yield improvement in a bread wheat spelt mapping population Ann Bot 2016 117 1 51 66 first published online September 30 2015 doi 10 1093 aob mcv147 components by introducing genetic variation in tillering patterns via a each trait Key Results Large genetic variation in tillering was observed genetic factors and R FR Genetic variation in tillering and tolerance to Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Select this article Original Article Bohumil Mandák Petr Vít Karol Krak Pavel Trávníček Alena Havrdová Věroslava Hadincová Petr Zákravský Vlasta Jarolímová Cecile Fanny Emilie Bacles and Jan Douda Flow cytometry microsatellites and niche models reveal the origins and geographical structure of Alnus glutinosa populations in Europe Ann Bot 2016 117 1 107 120 first published online October 14 2015 doi 10 1093 aob mcv158 to analyse 1 ploidy and genetic variation 2 the origin of tetraploid autopolyploids potentially harbour more genetic variation than their diploid progenitors populations We analysed genetic variation at 12 nuclear microsatellite Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Supplementary Data Select this article ContentSnapshots Content Snapshots Ann Bot 2016 117 1 i iii doi 10 1093 aob mcv183 Demographic consequences of genetic variation for a plant invasion doi 10 1093 aob mcv145 Genetic variation may play an important role in investigate the consequences of genetic variation for the population fitness of Extract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF For checked items view abstracts download to

    Original URL path: https://aob.oxfordjournals.org/search?fulltext=genetic+variation&sortspec=date&submit=Submit&andorexactfulltext=phrase (2016-02-18)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Search Results
    online February 11 2015 doi 10 1093 aob mcu264 1994 Yang et al 2004 Hyperaccumulation nevertheless appears as a rare and the ecological significance of hyperaccumulation evolution appears to be at least transporter and other genes as potential hyperaccumulation factors Plant Journal 37 269 281 Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Supplementary Data Select this article Botanical Briefing Doug Van Hoewyk A tale of two toxicities malformed selenoproteins and oxidative stress both contribute to selenium stress in plants Ann Bot 2013 112 6 965 972 first published online July 31 2013 doi 10 1093 aob mct163 Pilon Smits EAH Ecological aspects of plant selenium hyperaccumulation Plant Biology 2012 14 1 10 Eustice DC Kull et al Molecular mechanisms of selenium tolerance and hyperaccumulation in Stanleya pinnata Plant Physiology 2010 153 Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Select this article Article Juliane Claus Ansgar Bohmann and Andrés Chavarría Krauser Zinc uptake and radial transport in roots of Arabidopsis thaliana a modelling approach to understand accumulation Ann Bot 2013 112 2 369 380 first published online December 19 2012 doi 10 1093 aob mcs263 Haydon MJ et al Evolution of metal hyperaccumulation required cis regulatory changes P Petit D Zinc tolerance and hyperaccumulation are genetically independent characters promoter for its role in Zn uptake and hyperaccumulation New Phytologist 2012 195 Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Supplementary Data Select this article Original Article Lucia Kenderešová Andrea Staňová Ján Pavlovkin Eva Ďurišová Miriam Nadubinská Milada Čiamporová and Miroslav Ovečka Early Zn 2 induced effects on membrane potential account for primary heavy metal susceptibility in tolerant and sensitive Arabidopsis species Ann Bot 2012 110 2 445 459 first published online May 29 2012 doi 10 1093 aob mcs111 Marmiroli M Visioli G Marmiroli N Metal tolerance and hyperaccumulation costs and trade offs between traits and environment a ZIP transporter and other genes as potential metal hyperaccumulation factors The Plant Journal 2004 37 269 281 Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Supplementary Data Select this article ECOLOGY Kentaro K Shimizu Hiroshi Kudoh and Masaki J Kobayashi Plant sexual reproduction during climate change gene function in natura studied by ecological and evolutionary systems biology Ann Bot 2011 108 4 777 787 first published online August 17 2011 doi 10 1093 aob mcr180 M Talke IN Haydon MJ et al Evolution of metal hyperaccumulation required cis regulatory changes and triplication of Saumitou Laprade P Using Arabidopsis to explore zinc tolerance and hyperaccumulation Trends in Plant Science 2008 13 208 215 Satake Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF OPEN ACCESS Select this article Original Article John Harper Ian Armstead Ann Thomas Caron James Dagmara Gasior Maciej Bisaga Luned Roberts Ian King and Julie King Alien introgression in the grasses Lolium perenne perennial ryegrass and Festuca pratensis meadow fescue the development of seven monosomic substitution lines and their molecular and cytological characterization Ann Bot 2011 107 8 1313 1321 first published online April 12 2011 doi 10 1093 aob mcr083

    Original URL path: https://aob.oxfordjournals.org/search?fulltext=hyperaccumulation&sortspec=date&submit=Submit&andorexactfulltext=phrase (2016-02-18)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Search Results
    Enquist BJ 2010 Biological stoichiometry of plant production metabolism scaling and ecological response to global change New Phytologist 186 593 608 Fenner M 1986 The allocation of Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Select this article Article Mathilde Mousset Patrice David Christophe Petit Juliette Pouzadoux Clémence Hatt Élodie Flaven Ophélie Ronce and Agnès Mignot Lower selfing rates in metallicolous populations than in non metallicolous populations of the pseudometallophyte Noccaea caerulescens Brassicaceae in Southern France Ann Bot mcv191 first published online January 15 2016 doi 10 1093 aob mcv191 et al 2003a Previous studies showed genetic differentiation between ecotypes at some candidate loci involved in metal metabolism Besnard et al 2009 as well as local adaptation of metallicolous populations based on both reciprocal transplants Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Supplementary Data OPEN ACCESS Select this article Original Article John C Brinda Lloyd R Stark Theresa A Clark and Joshua L Greenwood Embryos of a moss can be hardened to desiccation tolerance effects of rate of drying on the timeline of recovery and dehardening in Aloina ambigua Pottiaceae Ann Bot 2016 117 1 153 163 first published online September 9 2015 doi 10 1093 aob mcv136 coincides with leaf curling and is where metabolism normally ceases see text Fig P Krochko JE Winner WE 1978 Metabolism of a drought tolerant and a drought sensitive desiccation tolerant plants energy metabolism and antioxidative stress defense Plant Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Select this article Original Article Shuang Xi Zhou Belinda E Medlyn and Iain Colin Prentice Long term water stress leads to acclimation of drought sensitivity of photosynthetic capacity in xeric but not riparian Eucalyptus species Ann Bot 2016 117 1 133 144 first published online October 22 2015 doi 10 1093 aob mcv161 during drought induced tree mortality reveal role for carbon metabolism in mortality mechanism New Phytologist 197 1142 1151 sunflower hybrids photosynthesis electron transport and carbon metabolism Journal of Experimental Botany 50 128 138 Parry MA Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Supplementary Data Select this article Invited Review Radka Slovak Takehiko Ogura Santosh B Satbhai Daniela Ristova and Wolfgang Busch Genetic control of root growth from genes to networks Ann Bot 2016 117 1 9 24 first published online November 11 2015 doi 10 1093 aob mcv160 including their biosynthesis transport signalling and metabolism each of which has a major impact on root development Therefore Interactions between nitrogen and cytokinin in the regulation of metabolism and development Trends in Plant Science 11 440 448 Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Select this article Plant Cuttings news in botany Plant Cuttings Ann Bot 2016 117 1 iv vi doi 10 1093 aob mcv184 329 335 2014 doi 0030 9923 2014 0002 0329 17 https en wikipedia org wiki Plant secondary metabolism 18 Phytochemistry 68 2831 2846 2007 doi 10 1016 j phytochem 2007 09 017 19 Science 129 Extract Full Text HTML Full Text

    Original URL path: https://aob.oxfordjournals.org/search?fulltext=metabolism&sortspec=date&submit=Submit&andorexactfulltext=phrase (2016-02-18)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Search Results
    compared with non dwarf ones and quantitative trait locus QTL alleles controlling plant height co localize with QTLs for root system size Chloupek et al 2006 Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Supplementary Data OPEN ACCESS Select this article Viewpoint Lamia Mestek Boukhibar and Michalis Barkoulas The developmental genetics of biological robustness Ann Bot mcv128 first published online August 20 2015 doi 10 1093 aob mcv128 trait mean and variance has mostly been discussed so far in the context of natural variation in robustness Quantitative trait locus QTL mapping approaches have proved successful in identifying effects on trait variance not just the mean Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Select this article Original Article Kathleen G Ferris Tullia Rushton Anna B Greenlee Katherine Toll Benjamin K Blackman and John H Willis Leaf shape evolution has a similar genetic architecture in three edaphic specialists within the Mimulus guttatus species complex Ann Bot 2015 116 2 213 223 first published online June 12 2015 doi 10 1093 aob mcv080 the molecular genetic mechanisms underlying leaf shape diversity has been made in the past several decades Quantitative trait locus QTL mapping studies in tomato eggplant soybean and cotton have demonstrated that many loci of small effect Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Supplementary Data Select this article Original Article Dimitrios Fanourakis Habtamu Giday Rubén Milla Roland Pieruschka Katrine H Kjaer Marie Bolger Aleksandar Vasilevski Adriano Nunes Nesi Fabio Fiorani and Carl Otto Ottosen Pore size regulates operating stomatal conductance while stomatal densities drive the partitioning of conductance between leaf sides Ann Bot 2015 115 4 555 565 first published online December 22 2014 doi 10 1093 aob mcu247 Solanum pennelli into the S lycopersicum A quantitative trait locus QTL analysis for stomatal traits was also performed stomatal responsiveness leaf gas exchange quantitative trait locus QTL INTRODUCTION Stomata control the loss of Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Supplementary Data Select this article Article Roshi Shrestha Jorge Gómez Ariza Vittoria Brambilla and Fabio Fornara Molecular control of seasonal flowering in rice arabidopsis and temperate cereals Ann Bot 2014 114 7 1445 1458 first published online March 20 2014 doi 10 1093 aob mcu032 confer a photoperiodic response Brambilla and Fornara 2013 Hd1 was originally identified as a major quantitative trait locus QTL and was later cloned by map based approaches Yano et al 2000 Hd1 is highly homologous to CO Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Select this article Original Article Anselmo Nogueira Juliana Hanna Leite El Ottra Elza Guimarães Silvia Rodrigues Machado and Lúcia G Lohmann Trichome structure and evolution in Neotropical lianas Ann Bot 2013 112 7 1331 1350 first published online September 29 2013 doi 10 1093 aob mct201 characterized DNA regions responsible for the patterns of trichome variation of model organisms e g quantitative trait locus QTL studies by Mauricio 2005 Symonds et al 2005 Such studies have allowed the use of trichomes in Abstract

    Original URL path: https://aob.oxfordjournals.org/search?fulltext=quantitative+trait+locus+%28QTL%29&sortspec=date&submit=Submit&andorexactfulltext=phrase (2016-02-18)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Search Results
    nitrogen species ROS and RNS in the roots of two Brassica species with different sensitivity to zinc stress Ann Bot 2015 116 4 613 625 first published online December 22 2014 doi 10 1093 aob mcu246 in a shorter PR and higher number of shorter LRs Similar stress induced root development was observed e g in selenium Se or Cu exposed Arabidopsis or chromium Cr treated wheat plants Hasnain and Sabri 1997 Peto et al Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Select this article Original Article Xun Wang Nora Fung Yee Tam Shi Fu Aray Ametkhan Yun Ouyang and Zhihong Ye Selenium addition alters mercury uptake bioavailability in the rhizosphere and root anatomy of rice Oryza sativa Ann Bot 2014 114 2 271 278 first published online June 19 2014 doi 10 1093 aob mcu117 research article ORIGINAL ARTICLES 1003 1008 Selenium addition alters mercury uptake bioavailability form of methylmercury MeHg whereas selenium Se is an essential trace element Oryza sativa rice root endodermis selenium Se addition uptake process INTRODUCTION Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Supplementary Data Select this article ContentSnapshots Content Snapshots Ann Bot 2014 114 2 i iv doi 10 1093 aob mcu157 intermediacy of many members of section Douglasia Effects of selenium on mercury uptake in rice doi 10 1093 aob mcu117 Mercury Hg is an extremely toxic pollutant whereas selenium Se is an essential trace element in the human diet Extract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Select this article Botanical Briefing Doug Van Hoewyk A tale of two toxicities malformed selenoproteins and oxidative stress both contribute to selenium stress in plants Ann Bot 2013 112 6 965 972 first published online July 31 2013 doi 10 1093 aob mct163 and oxidative stress both contribute to selenium stress in plants Doug Van Hoewyk Conway SC 29526 USA Background Despite selenium s toxicity in plants at higher levels supply most of the essential dietary selenium in humans In plants inorganic selenium Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Select this article ContentSnapshots Content Snapshots Ann Bot 2013 112 6 i iv doi 10 1093 aob mct225 interact in ways that are still not well understood Selenium toxicity in plants Botanical Briefing doi levels crops supply most of the essential dietary selenium in humans Selenium toxicity in plants has been attributed to the formation Extract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Select this article Article Philip J White Timothy S George Peter J Gregory A Glyn Bengough Paul D Hallett and Blair M McKenzie Matching roots to their environment Ann Bot 2013 112 2 207 222 doi 10 1093 aob mct123 Biofortification of crops with seven mineral elements often lacking in human diets iron zinc copper calcium magnesium selenium and iodine New Phytologist 2009 182 49 84 White PJ Brown PH Plant nutrition for sustainable development and Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF For checked items view abstracts download to citation manager Search Results Next 10 New Search

    Original URL path: https://aob.oxfordjournals.org/search?fulltext=selenium&sortspec=date&submit=Submit&andorexactfulltext=phrase (2016-02-18)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Search Results
    biochemical basis of Se hyperaccumulation in A bisulcatus and Stanleya pinnata Howe et al 2003 used SXRF and XAS to study selenium in the hyperaccumulator plants Astragalus bisulcatus and Stanleya pinnata Plant Physiology 2006 142 124 134 Hansel Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Select this article Original Article Philip J White Helen C Bowen Bruce Marshall and Martin R Broadley Extraordinarily High Leaf Selenium to Sulfur Ratios Define Se accumulator Plants Ann Bot 2007 100 1 111 118 first published online May 24 2007 doi 10 1093 aob mcm084 plants such as Astragalus bisulcatus and Stanleya pinnata always have shoot Se S quotients Seeds of Machaeranthera tanacetifolia and Stanleya pinnata were obtained from Western Native sativa Poales 42 160 1861 113 53 212 1 175 Stanleya pinnata Brassicales 28 013 003 1276 037 Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Content Select For checked items view abstracts download to citation manager Search Results New Search Modify Results Citation format standard condensed Results page 10 25 40 60 80 Results order relevance most recent earliest first This search Alert me when new articles matching this search are published Save this search to my Personal Archive Download all citations on this page to my citation manager Search this journal Advanced Current Issue February 2016 117 2 Alert me to new issues The Journal About this journal Annals of Botany Collections AoB article attracts media coverage We are mobile find out more Journals Career Network Published on behalf of The Annals of Botany Company Impact factor 3 654 5 Yr impact factor 4 338 Eigenfactor 0 02603 Rank 10 200 SCImago Score 1 461 Rank 124 1873 Chief Editor Professor J S Pat Heslop Harrison View full editorial board International Review Board For Authors Submitting a manuscript online Self archiving policy

    Original URL path: https://aob.oxfordjournals.org/search?fulltext=Stanleya&sortspec=date&submit=Submit&andorexactfulltext=phrase (2016-02-18)
    Open archived version from archive



  •