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Journal of Ecology publishes original research papers on all aspects
of the ecology of plants (including algae), in both aquatic and terrestrial
ecosystems. Studies of plant communities, populations or individual species
are accepted, as well as studies of the interactions between plants and animals,
fungi or bacteria, providing they focus on the ecology of the plants. Papers
need to convey strong and ecological messages that advance our understanding
of ecological principles and the research presented must transcend the limits
of case studies. Both experimental and theoretical studies are accepted, as
are descriptive or historical accounts, although these must offer insights into
issues of general interest to ecologists. The journal does not publish papers
concerned solely with cultivated plants and agricultural ecosystems. The journal
is published six times a year. Further details are available at www.journalofecology.org.
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