The international journal Acta Societatis Botanicorum Poloniae is published by the Polish Botanical Society, with financial assistance of the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education. It is the oldest scientific journal promoting all aspects of plant science, functioning continuously (with the exception of WWII) in Poland since 1923.
The journal offers Open Access publication of original research papers, short communications and reviews written in English, in all areas of plant science including evolution, ecology, genetics, plant structure and development, physiology and biochemistry.
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List of Reviewers 2014
|The list of scientists who have served as reviewers for the Acta Societatis Botanicorum Poloniae journal in the year 2014. The editors of ASBP, on behalf of the journal, express their great appreciation of all reviewers competence, dedication and hard work.|
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Vol 84, No 1 (2015)
On the cover Galanthus nivalis 'Flore Pleno' resembles to some extent the floral mutant agamous of Arabidopsis thaliana. Its multiplied perianth contains, however, some remnants of generative structures. The male, pollen producing stripes of sporogenic tissue can be seen on the adaxial surface of some inner perianth parts. The trimery of the outer parts, typical for the snowdrop, is often replaced by the teramery or even pentamery, which makes 'Flore Pleno' an attractive example of meristic variation.
[Authors: Beata Zagórska-Marek, Magdalena Turzańska]