• Vol 103 No 3 (2018)

    The Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden is a quarterly international journal primarily devoted to systematic botany and evolutionary biology. We encourage submissions of original papers dealing with significant advances in the taxonomy, phylogeny, conservation, and evolution of plants using morphological and/or molecular characters. We also welcome reviews and papers on conceptual issues and new methodologies in systematics. Important floristic works can occasionally be considered. Symposia proceedings discussing a broader range of topical biological subjects are also published, typically once a year. All manuscripts are peer-reviewed by qualified and independent reviewers.

    The following articles are published online ahead of the Fall 2018 print issue.

  • Vol 103 No 2 (2018)

    The Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden is a quarterly international journal primarily devoted to systematic botany and evolutionary biology. We encourage submissions of original papers dealing with significant advances in the taxonomy, phylogeny, conservation, and evolution of plants using morphological and/or molecular characters. We also welcome reviews and papers on conceptual issues and new methodologies in systematics. Important floristic works can occasionally be considered. Symposia proceedings discussing a broader range of topical biological subjects are also published, typically once a year. All manuscripts are peer-reviewed by qualified and independent reviewers.

    The following articles are published online ahead of the Summer 2018 print issue.

  • Vol 103 No 1 (2018)

    The Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden is a quarterly international journal primarily devoted to systematic botany and evolutionary biology. We encourage submissions of original papers dealing with significant advances in the taxonomy, phylogeny, conservation, and evolution of plants using morphological and/or molecular characters. We also welcome reviews and papers on conceptual issues and new methodologies in systematics. Important floristic works can occasionally be considered. Symposia proceedings discussing a broader range of topical biological subjects are also published, typically once a year. All manuscripts are peer-reviewed by qualified and independent reviewers.

  • Vol 102 No 4 (2017)

    The Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden is a quarterly international journal primarily devoted to systematic botany and evolutionary biology. We encourage submissions of original papers dealing with significant advances in the taxonomy, phylogeny, conservation, and evolution of plants using morphological and/or molecular characters. We also welcome reviews and papers on conceptual issues and new methodologies in systematics. Important floristic works can occasionally be considered. Symposia proceedings discussing a broader range of topical biological subjects are also published, typically once a year. All manuscripts are peer-reviewed by qualified and independent reviewers.

  • Vol 102 No 3 (2017)

    The Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden is a quarterly international journal primarily devoted to systematic botany and evolutionary biology. We encourage submissions of original papers dealing with significant advances in the taxonomy, phylogeny, conservation, and evolution of plants using morphological and/or molecular characters. We also welcome reviews and papers on conceptual issues and new methodologies in systematics. Important floristic works can occasionally be considered. Symposia proceedings discussing a broader range of topical biological subjects are also published, typically once a year. All manuscripts are peer-reviewed by qualified and independent reviewers.

  • Vol 102 No 2 (2017)

    The Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden is a quarterly international journal primarily devoted to systematic botany and evolutionary biology. We encourage submissions of original papers dealing with significant advances in the taxonomy, phylogeny, conservation, and evolution of plants using morphological and/or molecular characters. We also welcome reviews and papers on conceptual issues and new methodologies in systematics. Important floristic works can occasionally be considered. Symposia proceedings discussing a broader range of topical biological subjects are also published, typically once a year. All manuscripts are peer-reviewed by qualified and independent reviewers.

    This issue contains papers from the 63rd Annual Systematics Symposium of the Missouri Botanical Garden (“Ecological Restoration in a Changing Biosphere”) and Plant Conservation and the Sustainable Development Goals from the 2016 Global Partnership for Plant Conservation Conference.

  • Vol 102 No 1 (2017)

    The Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden is a quarterly international journal primarily devoted to systematic botany and evolutionary biology. We encourage submissions of original papers dealing with significant advances in the taxonomy, phylogeny, conservation, and evolution of plants using morphological and/or molecular characters. We also welcome reviews and papers on conceptual issues and new methodologies in systematics. Important floristic works can occasionally be considered. Symposia proceedings discussing a broader range of topical biological subjects are also published, typically once a year. All manuscripts are peer-reviewed by qualified and independent reviewers.

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