Adansonia is a fast-track journal from the French Museum of Natural History, Paris, concerning the inventory, analysis, and interpretation of vascular plant biodiversity. The journal publishes research in French and English.
American Fern Journal began in 1910 and has continuously published articles and notes based on original scientific research on ferns and allied groups of vascular plants for over 100 years.
The American Midland Naturalist was established in 1909. Today, the journal covers a diverse set of biological disciplines (animal sciences, plant sciences, ecology) as they pertain to North America.
Annales Botanici Fennici publishes research in systematics, evolution, phylogeography, taxonomy and nomenclature of plants and fungi. The journal also includes content regarding plant population biology and genetics, and plant ecology.
Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden contains papers focused primarily in systematic botany and evolutionary biology.
Applications in Plant Sciences (APPS), published by the Botanical Society of America, rapidly publishes new and innovative tools and protocols in all areas of the plant sciences, including genetics, structure, function, development, evolution, systematics, and ecology.
Applied Vegetation Science publishes research on applied fields relevant to the human impact on vegetation, such as eutrophication and global change, conservation, management, restoration, and landscape planning.
The Arabidopsis Book (TAB) was a publication launched in 2002 and supported by the American Society of Plant Biologists. TAB contained comprehensive information about a broad range of topics in research on Arabidopsis thaliana and related species.
Australian Systematic Botany is devoted to publishing research regarding the systematics, taxonomy, and related aspects of biogeography and evolution of all algae, fungi and plants, including fossils.
The Botanical Review publishes articles on a broad spectrum of botanical fields, such as systematics, phytogeography, cladistics, evolution, physiology, ecology, morphology, paleobotany, and anatomy.
Bradleya is the yearbook of the British Cactus and Succulent Society, and has been in publication since 1983. It presents a variety of specialized and technical articles regarding the biology of cacti and succulents.
Brittonia, published since 1931, contains work in systematic botany, including anatomy, botanical history, chemotaxonomy, morphology, paleobotany, phylogenetic systematics, taxonomy, and phytogeography.
The Bryologist began publication in 1898, and includes articles on all aspects of the biology of mosses, hornworts, liverworts and lichens; lists of current literature with world-wide coverage; and book reviews.
Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History, which has been in publication since 1925, contains original research on a variety of topics in the natural sciences based on the collections of the Peabody Museum at Yale University.
Cactus and Succulent Journal features articles about cacti and other succulent plants, including caudiciform and pachycaul succulents and xerophytes, and is meant for professionals and hobbyists alike.
Candollea, published by the Conservatory and Botanical Garden of the City of Geneva, publishes original scientific papers on the evolution, molecular systematics, morphology-anatomy, nomenclature, taxonomy, or vegetation analyses of plants.
Castanea began publication in 1936, and publishes work relating to all aspects of botany in the eastern United States. The journal includes scientific papers dealing with basic research in any field of plant biology.
Cell Stress & Chaperones publishes multidisciplinary work in the cellular stress response field, containing basic and applied research on cellular stress responses of animals, micro-organisms and plants.
Cryptogamie, Bryologie, published since 1874, is devoted to cryptogams. The journal publishes original papers and review articles on the systematics, biology, and ecology of bryophytes.
Cryptogamie, Mycologie, published since 1936, is devoted to cryptogams. The journal publishes original papers and review articles on the systematics, biology, and ecology of fungi and lichens.
Economic Botany bridges the gap between pure and applied botany by publishing interdisciplinary work on the rich relationship that exists between plants and people, including the past, present, and potential uses of plants.
Evansia publishes a wide variety of research focused on the biological, environmental, and economic issues surrounding lichens and bryophytes, with a heavy focus on issues in North America.
Fieldiana Botany published work reporting on botanical research and collections of The Field Museum. In 2010 it merged with Fieldiana Geology and Fieldiana Zoology to create Fieldiana Life and Earth Sciences.
Harvard Papers in Botany publishes monographic and floristic accounts of plants and fungi, work on relevant topics such as economic and systematic botany, relevant bibliographies, and book reviews.
Haseltonia features articles on all aspects of cacti, succulents, and their environs. Topics include conservation, new species, taxonomic revisions, and chemical and cytological studies.
Herzogia publishes research on the systematics, taxonomy, biogeography and ecology of bryophytes and lichens with mostly European distribution, though not exclusively. Articles are published in German and English.
In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology - Plant publishes research and reviews on the latest developments and state-of-the-art research in plant cell and tissue culture and biotechnology from around the globe.
Invasive Plant Science and Management covers many aspects of invasive plant biology, such as ecology, management, restoration, educational activities, policy issues, and case study reports.
Journal of East African Natural History, founded in 1910, publishes papers and notes in the field of natural history relevant to the eastern African region, particularly regarding the conservation of its biological diversity.
Journal of Paleontology publishes research on the systematics, phylogeny, paleoecology, paleogeography, and evolution of fossil organisms. It emphasizes specimen-based research and features high quality illustrations.
The Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society publishes basic research in all areas of plant biology, with the exception of horticulture. The journal emphasizes work on the plants of the Western Hemisphere.
Journal of Vegetation Science publishes papers on all aspects of vegetation science, with particular emphasis on papers that develop new concepts or methods, test theory, or identify general patterns.
Lindbergia is a journal opposing the tracheophytocentric conception of the world, and publishes original scientific research from any field of bryology and lichenology.
Lundellia is published by the Plant Resources Center, an independent research unit of the College of Natural Sciences at The University of Texas at Austin. The journal features scientific research on botanical systematics.
Madroño publishes work on the natural history of Western American botanical organisms and vegetation, including those of Mexico, Central America, and South America. Articles are published in English and Spanish.
Novon, published by the Missouri Botanical Garden Press, exclusively features manuscripts whose purpose is the establishment of new nomenclature in vascular plants and bryophytes.
Rhodora, which began publication in 1899, publishes work relating to the botany of North America and covers topics such as systematics, floristics, ecology, evolution, biogeography, and population genetics.
Systematic Botany, published by the American Society of Plant Taxonomists, publishes papers on botanical topics such as taxonomy, systematics, speciation, morphometrics, molecular phylogeny, conservation, biogeography, and methods.
Tree Ring Research, published since 1934, contains work on the growth rings of trees and the applications of tree-ring research in a wide variety of fields, including archaeology, geology, and ecology.
Weed Science publishes fundamental research directly related to all aspects of weed science in agricultural systems, including topics such as herbicide resistance, weed control tools, chemistry, and genetics.
Weed Technology publishes work that furthers the understanding of how weeds are managed, including work on herbicides, weed biology, new control technologies, and reports of new weed issues.
Willdenowia, published by the Botanic Garden and Botanical Museum, Berlin, features research on plant, algal and fungal systematics. The journal covers the evolution, taxonomy and nomenclature of these organisms as well as related fields such as floristics and plant geography.