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Description: Kew Bulletin is an international peer-reviewed journal of plant taxonomy. It publishes original articles, short communications and reviews on the taxonomy, nomnecalture, phylogeny, systematics and floristics of vascular plants and fungi. Papers on palynology, cytology, anatomy, phytogeography and phytochemistry are also included if they have taxonomic implications. Each part is illustrated with high quality line drawings and photographs. The journal also features a book review and notices section. From 2008 the journal will be published by Springer Verlag on behalf of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, where the editorial office is located. It is available in print and online. Four parts are published each year (c. 640 pp).
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