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Published 4 April 2019

Publish your research in New Zealand Journal of Botany

Royal Society Te Apārangi encourages researchers to submit original research and review articles to New Zealand Journal of Botany—a journal with a sense of place and a global readership.

New Zealand Journal of Botany publishes original research and review articles on the plants, algae and fungi of the southern hemisphere.

The journal's editorial board comprises an unparalleled range of expertise on the botany, mycology and phycology of the southern hemisphere, says the journal's Senior Editor, Associate Professor Chris Lusk.

"This means you can be confident that your manuscript will be handled by someone who understands the value of your research. We aim to ensure the best possible publication experience."

Feel free to contact Senior Editor for advice about your submission, or if you would like to guest-edit a special issue.

To find out more about the range of research published in the journal, please visit the aims and scope and review recent issues.

Why are authors choosing to publish with New Zealand Journal of Botany?

Rapid publication: Average turnaround time of 7 weeks from submission to first decision.

Free expression of new ideas: "Perspective" articles allowing you the opportunity to advance new hypotheses without a requirement for direct testing.

Cost-free publication: It's one of the few prestigious biology journals in the region that publishes completely free of charge—including free colour figures.

Track the impact of your research: Authors that publish with New Zealand Journal of Botany can monitor downloads, citations and altmetric data using My Authored Works.

Free e-prints: All published authors will receive 50 free e-prints to share with their networks.

Increased visibility: Selected papers will be marketed by Taylor & Francis and Royal Society Te Apārangi to maximize publicity.

Enjoy free access to this Editor's Choice selection of articles

Ten articles have been selected by the Editor and are currently free to view. 

View article selection

Be in to win the journal's early-career researcher prize

Are you eligible for the prize?

Source: Royal Society Te Apārangi