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《植物学报(英文版)》(月刊)(Journal of Integrative Plant Biology)创刊于1952年,是由中国科学院主管,中国科学院植物所、中国植物学会主办的植物学综合性学术期刊。本刊宗旨:力争全面反映我国植物科学的最新研究成果,关注国际热点、新的学科生长点、前沿研究课题,重视报道重要的应用基础研究。主要栏目:植物生理生化、植物遗传学和分子生物学、植物生殖生物学、结构植物学、植物化学与资源植物学、植物系统与进化、植物生态学、古植物学的原始研究论文、综述和快讯等。...[显示全部]
  • 主管单位:中国科学院
  • 主办单位:中国科学院植物所、中国植物学会
  • 国际刊号:1672-9072
  • 国内刊号:11-5067/Q
  • 出版地方:北京
  • 发行周期:月刊
  • 创刊时间:1952
  • 影响因子:1.144

期刊名称:植物学报

期刊级别:CSCD核心期刊

所属分类:期刊 自然科学与工程技术(+)农业科技植物保护

植物学报简介

《植物学报(英文版)》(月刊)(Journal of Integrative Plant Biology)创刊于1952年,是由中国科学院主管,中国科学院植物所、中国植物学会主办的植物学综合性学术期刊。本刊宗旨:力争全面反映我国植物科学的最新研究成果,关注国际热点、新的学科生长点、前沿研究课题,重视报道重要的应用基础研究。主要栏目:植物生理生化、植物遗传学和分子生物学、植物生殖生物学、结构植物学、植物化学与资源植物学、植物系统与进化、植物生态学、古植物学的原始研究论文、综述和快讯等。...[显示全部]

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植物生理生化、植物遗传学和分子生物学、植物生殖生物学、结构植物学、植物化学与资源植物学、植物系统与进化、植物生态学、植物化学与资源植物学

植物学报荣誉

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植物学报征稿信息

学刊吧提示: 1、投稿方式:在线投稿。 2、刊内网址:http://www.jipb.net/ 3、官网邮箱:jse@ibcas.ac.cn 4、官网电话:010-62836133 2018年12月7日星期五                                《植物学报(英文版)》投稿须知 【官网信息】   Instructions for Authors (Updated on Nov 7, 2017) For the first submission of a manuscript, please upload a compiled PDF document which includes the main text, references, figures and the legends, tables and supporting information. Please note that figure legends should follow the appropriate figure. PLEASE NOTE: Authors whose articles contain Arabidopsis gene-related data must submit these data to the TAIR database: http://www.arabidopsis.org/. Thank you for your interest in the Journal of Integrative Plant Biology (JIPB), formerly Acta Botanica Sinica. For expedient manuscript processing, we ask you to carefully read the guidelines below before the preparation and submission of your manuscript. Table of Contents 1. AIM & SCOPE 2. ARTICLE CATEGORIES 3. RESEARCH THEMES, SENIOR EDITORS & EDITORS 4. PEER-REVIEW PROCESS 5. CONFLICTS OF INTERESTS 6. ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS 7. SUBMISSION OF MANUSCRIPTS 8. COPYRIGHT 9. MANUSCRIPT PREPARATION 10. MANUSCRIPT STYLE 11. FREE ACCESS POLICY 12. SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL 13. MANUSCRIPT PROCESSING 14. PROOFS 15. JIPB COVER PICTURE SELECTION 16. OFFPRINTS 17. PUBLICATION FEES 18. CORRECTION AND RETRACTION 19. EDITORIAL OFFICE CONTACT DETAILS 1. AIM & SCOPE The aim of JIPB is to report novel scientific discoveries related to any aspects of plant biology, using integrative genetic, genomic, biochemical, molecular, physiological and systems biology approaches, and to foster communication and discussion among scientists in different areas of plant and agricultural sciences. Articles submitted to JIPB should fit into one of the following 9 themes: 1) Cell and Developmental Biology; 2) Functional Omics and Systems Biology; 3) Metabolism and Biochemistry; 4) Molecular Ecology and Evolution; 5) Molecular Physiology; 6) Photosynthesis and Crop Physiology; 7) Plant-abiotic Interactions; 8) Plant-biotic Interactions and 9) Plant Reproduction Biology. Our primary focus is to publish articles that are able to provide answers to significant questions in the general area of plant biology, and to report new technologies and resources essential for such studies. Preliminary observations, purely descriptive studies, omics-studies without functional validation, plant tissue culture and transformation fall beyond the scope of the journal. 2. ARTICLE CATEGORIES The journal publishes peer-reviewed papers in 6 categories: • Invited Review Articles (IRAs) • Research Articles • Breakthrough Reports • New Technologies • New Resources • Commentaries • Invited Review Articles (IRAs) Articles published in this section should provide our readers a critical and comprehensive assessment of knowledge in a selected area of plant biology. JIPB Editors routinely commission “Invited Reviews”. All IRAs should be written in an engaging manner, and be focused on exciting new developments. Authors may cite their own work, where appropriate, but IRAs are not to be used as a vehicle for self-promotion. Supporting figures/illustrations/tabulation of related data is expected to enhance pedagogy. All IRAs will undergo peer review. No page limit is applied to IRAs, nor for the number of references. To highlight IRAs, a photograph of the corresponding author is placed on the first page of the IRA. • Research Articles Full-length research articles should address fundamental plant biological questions through reproducible experimental design and integrative approaches. Although there is no page limit, authors are encouraged to write a clear, concise and captivating story, leaving non-essential components to Supplementary Data; references are limit to 50. All manuscripts submitted to JIPB are handled by our editorial board. All research articles published in JIPB should fall under one of the journal's 9 research themes (see section 3 for details). Full-length articles should be divided into the following sections: (1) Title page, (2) Abstract, (3) Introduction, (4) Results, (5) Discussion, (6) Materials and Methods (7) Acknowledgements (including funding sources), (8) Conflict of interest, (9) References, (10) Figure legends, (11) Appendices, (12) Tables, (13) Figures. Authors should adopt the formatting shown in recent issues when preparing their manuscript. • Breakthrough Reports Manuscripts submitted for consideration under the Breakthrough Reports category must comply with the following format requirements: The title must clearly and concisely state the nature of the scientific breakthrough being presented (limited to 10 words); Provide a brief declarative Summary (maximum of 100 words) stating the rational and major findings of the study; Contain a brief Introduction of no more than 300 words, to establish the rationale for the work, followed by Results and Discussion (must be together, with no more than 1500 words), a brief Acknowledgements, References (limited to 30 citations), and Figure Legends, for a total of 300 words, or less (not including References), and include up to 2 illustrations. Author information is to be listed beneath the title; The Materials and Methods, to be described in detail, are to be presented as Supplemental Information. All Breakthrough Reports will be pre-screened by the Editor-in-Chiefs, with an initial decision made within 48 hrs. Qualified manuscripts will be further handled by a Senior Editor and an Editor for peer review through a fast-track system. • New Technologies The New Technologies (NT) category describes new and improved methods and/or research tools. Articles should provide a concise and comprehensive explanation of how novel technologies may be applied in plant research and should evaluate and compare older techniques and explain why the new method is more efficient, simpler, cost-effective, etc. Manuscripts in this category should contain an abstract, keywords, and references as with a standard research article. • New Resources New Resources (NR) allow authors to present major informational databases and/or genetic resources that are of broad value and interest to the plant sciences community. NR manuscripts should follow either the format of a Research Article, or Breakthrough Report, if it is appropriate, and must include a critical analysis of the database(s)/genetic resource(s). Additional notes: 1) “Breakthrough Report” is organized differently, please follow the instructions provided. 2) For an accepted article, authors are advised to upload .tif or .ppt (PowerPoint) files as the final version of figures (figure legends must also be included in the text). • Commentaries The commentary section offers authors an opportunity to exchange views, provide critical comments on certain topics, or on recently published articles in the plant community. Commentaries appear at the beginning of the journal and will be published without abstract and keywords. Author information and references are presented after the text. 3. RESEARCH THEMES, SENIOR EDITORS & EDITORS Research articles are published under 9 themes: · Cell and Developmental Biology · Functional Omics and Systems Biology · Metabolism and Biochemistry · Molecular Ecology and Evolution · Molecular Physiology · Photosynthesis and Crop Physiology · Plant-abiotic Interactions · Plant-biotic Interactions · Plant Reproduction Biology · Cell and Developmental Biology Senior Editor: Liwen Jiang (Chinese University of Hong Kong, China) Editors: Tobias I. Baskin (University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA) Philip W. Becraft    (Iowa State University, USA) Wolfgang Busch   (Salk Institute for Biological Studies, USA) Alice Y. Cheung  (University of Massachusetts, USA) Jianping Hu   (Michigan State University, USA) Lars Ostergaard  (John Innes Centre, UK) Christopher J. Staiger  (Purdue University, USA) Frans E. Tax  (University of Arizona, USA) Stephan Wenkel   (University of Copenhagen, Denmark) Qi Xie (Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology, CAS, China) Jian Xu (National University of Singapore, Singapore) · Functional Omics and Systems Biology Senior Editor: Zhizhong Gong (China Agricultural University, China) Editors: Sanwen Huang  (The Institute of Vegetable and Flowers, CAAS, China) Jin-Sheng Lai (China Agricultural University, China) Zhongchi Liu (University of Maryland, USA) Robert J Schmitz (University of Georgia, USA) Jan Traas (University of Lyon, France) Tomohiko Tsuge   (Kyoto University, Japan) Jianbing Yan  (Huazhong Agricultural University, China) · Metabolism and Biochemistry Senior Editor: Uwe Sonnewald (Friedrich-Alexander University, Germany) Editors: Vincent Bulone   (AlbaNova University Centre, Sweden) Katie Dehesh  (University of California, Davis, USA) Barbara Ann Halkier  (University of Copenhagen, Denmark) Shan Lu  (Nanjing University, China) Steven M. Smith  (University of Tasmania, Australia) · Molecular Ecology and Evolution Senior Editor: Ian Thomas Baldwin (Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Germany) Editors: Matthias Erb  (University of Bern, Switzerland) Ivan Galis    (Okayama University, Japan) Georg Jander  (Cornell University, USA) Yonggen Lou   (Zhejiang University, China) Jianqiang Wu  (Kunming Institute of Botany, CAS, China) · Molecular Physiology Senior Editor: Leon V. Kochian (University of Saskatchewan, Canada) Editors: Randy Todd Clark (DuPont Pioneer, USA) Hong Liao (Fujian Agriculture and Forestry University, China) Jiping Liu    (USDA-ARS, Cornell University, USA) Cong-Ming Lu  (Institute of Botany, CAS, China) Miguel A. Pi?eros    (USDA-ARS, Cornell University, USA) Qian Qian (China National Rice Research Institute, China) Jianmin Wan   (Institute of Crop Science, CAAS, China) Li-Xin Zhang  (Institute of Botany, CAS, China) · Photosynthesis and Crop Physiology Senior Editor: Martin AJ Parry (Lancaster University, UK) Editors: Jeroni Galmés (University of the Balearic Islands, Spain) Johannes Kromdijk    (University of Illinois, USA) · Plant-abiotic Interactions Senior Editor: Rana Ellen Munns (University of Western Australia, Australia) Editors: Kurt Fagerstedt  (University of Helsinki , Finland) Jia Li   (Lanzhou University, China) Jianhua Zhu   (University of Maryland, USA) · Plant-biotic Interactions Senior Editor: Hailing Jin (University of California, USA) Editors: Gitta L. Coaker  (University of California, Davis, USA) Pradeep Kachroo  (University of Kentucky, USA) Isgouhi Kaloshian    (University of California, Riverside, USA) Xin Li   (University of British Columbia, Canada) Kerry Mauck   (University of California, Riverside, USA) Shunyuan Xiao (University of Maryland, College Park, USA) Matthieu H.A.J. Joosten (Wageningen University, The Netherlands) · Plant Reproduction Biology Senior Editor: Anna M.G. Koltunow (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Australia) Editors: John Harada   (University of California, Davis, USA) Hong Ma  (Fudan University, China) Li-Jia Qu (Peking University, China) Thorsten Schnurbusch (Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK), Germany) Meng-Xiang Sun   (Wuhan University, China) Bao-Cai Tan   (Shandong University, China) James L. Weller  (University of Tasmania, Australia) Wei-Cai Yang  (Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology, CAS, China) Dabing Zhang  (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China) 4. PEER-REVIEW PROCESS JIPB will consider for review manuscripts previously posted as preprints on non-commercial servers such as ArXiv, bioRxiv, psyArXiv, SocArXiv, engrXiv, etc. Authors may also post the submitted version of their manuscript to non-commercial servers at any time. However, authors are requested to update any pre-publication versions with a link to the final published article. JIPB strives to publish papers of the highest quality and originality with the shortest possible turnaround time. All manuscripts received are subjected to a preliminary scope/quality examination by our Manuscript Manager and Senior Editors. Papers beyond the journal's scope or which do not follow the format of the Journal will be returned to the authors without review. Experts will review manuscripts that meet the journal's initial requirements and a preliminary decision will be made in two to three weeks. The final decision of acceptance or rejection rests with the Board Members. Papers are usually published in chronological order of acceptance. Manuscripts should be written in a clear, concise, direct style so that they are intelligible to the professional reader who is not a specialist in the particular field. Manuscripts with poor English will not be considered for peer-review. Non-native English speaking authors who think their manuscript would benefit from professional editing are encouraged to use a language-editing service. JIPB collaborates with two editing services (JIPB has no financial interests with any of these companies): Plant Editors was founded in 2009 by three PhD-level plant biologists who are Science Editors at The Plant Cell. Plant Editors is a high-quality service that specifically addresses the editing and writing needs of plant biologists. Please see Plant Editors at https://planteditors.com for more details. Bioedit Ltd is an online English editing service that offers high-quality language editing of papers in bioscience research. JIPB papers submitted to Bioedit for language editing benefit from a fixed low price: 3000 RMB/330 EUR/450 USD per paper for the comprehensive editing service (7-day turnaround). Revised manuscripts are edited free-of-charge. Please see conditions on the Bioedit website. Please see Bioedit Ltd at https://www.bioedit.com/ When contributions are judged as acceptable for publication on the basis of scientific content, the Editor and the Publisher reserve the right to modify typescripts to avoid ambiguity and repetition and improve communication between authors and readers. If extensive alterations are required, the manuscript will be returned to the author for revision. All editors and reviewers are required to follow the general policy regarding 'conflicts of interest.' Authors may request reviewers, but should not request people who have a conflict of interest as defined by the policy (see clause 5). Editors are permitted to use any reviewer reasonably believed to be an appropriate scientific expert, except reviewers who would be excluded by the conflict of interest policy. If authors wish to request the exclusion of certain reviewers for other reasons, specific justification must be provided in the cover letter; such requests may be considered at the discretion of the Editor. If revision is required, authors should carefully evaluate the comments from the reviewers and revise the manuscript accordingly and give clear explanation of what has been changed and what has not and why. Failure to do so may lead to direct rejection. The Editor will evaluate revised manuscripts and determine whether further external review is required. The board will normally consider only one round of revision, and the revised manuscript must be submitted within one month, unless an extension is granted. In the case that extensive revision, including additional experimentation is required; the general policy is to decline the manuscript, in which case editors may choose to encourage resubmission. In submission of a revised manuscript, the original manuscript ID may be included in the cover letter, which may allow the board to choose the same Editor to handle the manuscript. Resubmissions are subjected to a full review process. 5. CONFLICTS OF INTERESTS Journal of Integrative Plant Biology (JIPB) requires that all authors disclose any potential sources of conflict of interest. Any interest or relationship, financial or otherwise, that might be perceived as influencing an author's objectivity is considered a potential source of conflict of interest. These must be disclosed when directly relevant or indirectly related to the work that the authors describe in their manuscript. Potential sources of conflict of interest include, but are not limited to patent or stock ownership, membership of a company board of directors, membership of an advisory board or committee for a company, and consultancy for or receipt of speaker's fees from a company. The existence of a conflict of interest does not preclude publication in this journal. If the authors have no conflict of interest to declare, they must also state this at the time of submission. It is the responsibility of the corresponding author to review this policy with all authors and to collectively list in the cover letter to the Editor-in-Chief, in the manuscript (in the footnotes, Conflict of Interest or Acknowledgments section), and in the online submission system ALL pertinent commercial and other relationships. 6. ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS Authors must state that the protocol for the research project has been approved by a suitably constituted Ethics Committee of the institution within which the work was undertaken and that, where appropriate, it conforms to the provisions of the Declaration of Helsinki in 1995 (as revised in Seoul 2008), available at: http://www.wma.net/en/30publications/10policies/b3/index.html. In the case where manuscripts include a “personal communication,” a letter from the cited individual(s) must be attached to the cover letter. For more specific information on JIPB's ethics in publishing, please visit our website at www.jipb.net. In taxonomic papers, type specimens and type depositories must be clearly designated and indicated. Authors are required to deposit the name-bearing type material in internationally recognized institutions (not private collections). Research carried out in areas for which research permits are required (e.g. nature reserves), or when it deals with organisms for which collection or import/export permits are required (e.g. protected species), the authors must clearly detail obtaining these permits in the Acknowledgements section. 7. SUBMISSION OF MANUSCRIPTS All authors should submit their manuscripts online at www.jipb.net. The ScholarOne manuscripts submission system will guide authors through the process. Additional help is available from http://mchelp.manuscriptcentral.com/gethelpnow/training/author/ or by contacting JIPB's Editorial Office (+86 10 6283 6133, jipb@ibcas.ac.cn). For peer-review, a PDF file containing all text, figures and tables and another PDF file with all Supplementary Information is preferred. Uploaded files may be converted to PDF format by the publisher. Although there are no file size limitations, note that large files will take longer to upload and convert to PDF depending on the Internet connection. Please try to keep the maximum combined file size under 5 MB. If you are not satisfied with the final conversion results when the submission is proofed, the complete manuscript may be reloaded. Note that Chinese, Japanese, and Korean fonts must be embedded in a PDF document file when submitted; otherwise the editorial office will not be able to view the submitted manuscript. 8. COPYRIGHT Papers accepted for publication in JIPB become copyright of the Publisher, and Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences. In signing the license agreement, it is assumed that authors have obtained permission to use any copyrighted or previously published material. Articles cannot be published until authors have signed the appropriate license agreement. Within several days after submitting your paper, you will receive an email from Wiley’s Author Services system which will ask you to log in and will present you with the appropriate license for completion. 9. MANUSCRIPT PREPARATION All manuscripts should be prepared using concise and proper English in a manner and at a level that will be accessible to the broad readership of the Journal. Authors are advised to follow the JIPB style carefully (see the sample copy for format, organization, figures and legends, tables, and references), Manuscripts that do not meet these standards will be returned to authors without reviewing. For the first submission, it is preferred to upload a converged PDF document including text, tables and figures (supplemental materials are uploaded in separate files). Figure legends should be attached to related figures. Authors who think their manuscripts would benefit from professional editing are encouraged to use the language-editing service provided by companies such as Plant Editors (https://planteditors.com). Although JIPB has no page limit, we advise all authors to prepare their manuscripts to be as short and concise as possible. The text should not contain footnotes. Original manuscripts must be prepared using a standard word processing program (such as Microsoft Word), with 1.5-line spacing and 11 point font using Times New Roman, Helvetica or Arial. Please add page and line numbers consecutively throughout the manuscript. Please organize your manuscripts in the following order: · Title page · Abstract · Introduction · Results · Discussion · Materials and methods · Acknowledgments · Author contributions · References · Tables · Figures and figure legends Additional notes: 1). 'Letter to Editor' is organized differently, please follow the instructions provided. 2). For an accepted article, authors are advised to upload .tif or .ppt (PowerPoint) files as the final version of figures (figure legends must also be included in the text). Title page The title page should contain: (i) the title of the paper, (ii) a running title of no more than 50 characters, including spaces, (iii) full names and addresses of authors, (iv) the postal and email address and telephone numbers of the author who is responsible for correspondence and material distributions. The present address(es) of any author(s), if different from where the work was carried out, should be given in a footnote. If an article has 2 or more corresponding authors, a statement is required, signed by all corresponding authors, indicating who will be responsible for material distributions. The title, with no more than 15 words (comprised of 100 characters including spaces), should be concise and informative to state the major content and discovery of the manuscript. Do not use abbreviations in the title. Abstract All articles should have a brief abstract (no more than 200 words) that summarizes the questions being addressed, the approaches taken, the major findings, and the significance of the results. It should be concise, complete, and clearly communicate the importance of the work for a broad audience. The abstract should not contain references nor abbreviations. Text Authors should divide their manuscripts into the following sections: Introduction, Results, Discussion, and Materials and Methods. The Introduction should provide the necessary background information for the average reader; it should be both complete and concise. Previous publications that form a basis for the work presented must be cited. Citation of reviews is not a substitute for citing primary research articles. Citation of recent research articles is not a substitute for citing original discoveries. An author's own work should not be cited preferentially over equally relevant work of others. Authors' previously published data that are presented along with new data must be identified clearly and cited appropriately; duplicate publication of data (including data previously published as supplemental material) is not allowed without citation. The Results and Discussion can be subdivided into subheadings to give the manuscript more clarity. The Discussion should not repeat the Results; instead, it should explore the implications of the Results, citing relevant published research, and should also be as concise as possible. A Conclusions section is generally not permitted. Statements of 'first finding' are not permitted in JIPB. Acknowledgements Authors are allowed to give a brief acknowledgement of colleagues who have provided supports to the work, but not to anonymous reviewers, nor to secretarial and language services. The authors should also acknowledge the financial support. Conflict of interest A declaration of conflict of interest is needed for all manuscript. Author contributions Each article must include an Author Contributions section, to define the contributions of individual authors, specifically, those who designed the research, performed experiments, analyzed data, and/or wrote the paper. Persons with minor contributions or who provided technical support are not qualified as authors and should be recognized in the Acknowledgments section. References We highly recommend the use of a reference software such as EndNote (http://www.endnote.com/) for reference management and formatting. The JIPB Endnote reference style can be downloaded here: http://www.jipb.net/EndNotejipbstyle/, or you can download the current reference style for Journal of Integrative Plant Biology from EndNote's website (http://endnote.com/downloads/style/journal-integrative-plant-biology). The JIPB Endnote Template also can be downloaded here: http://www.jipb.net/EndNotejipbtemplate/. For review articles, there is no limitation on the number of references cited, although we strongly suggest citing only publications in which original knowledge was presented. For other types of articles, the maximum number of cited references is 50. The Harvard (author, date) system of referencing is used (examples are given below). In the text, give the author's name followed by the year in parentheses: Smith (2000). If there are two authors use 'and': Smith and Jones (2001); if cited within parentheses also use 'and': (Smith and Jones 2001). When reference is made to a work by three or more authors, the first name followed by et al. should be used: MacDonald et al. (2002). If more than one work is cited within parentheses, separate citations using a semi-colon (Friedman 1994; Wang et al. 1997), except in the case where the author of the works is the same, in which case the author's name should not be repeated, but the years should be divided with a comma (Smith 2000, 2002). References should be listed in alphabetical order. Always cite the names of all authors in the reference list. References to unpublished data and personal communications should not appear in the list but should be cited in the text only (e.g. A Smith, pers. comm.; RW Wang, unpubl. data). In such cases where manuscripts include a “personal communication,” a letter from the cited individual(s) must be attached to the cover letter. All citations mentioned in the text, tables or figures must be listed in the reference list. Names of journals should be abbreviated according to the Serial Sources for the Biosis Data Base, available in most libraries or from http://www.biosis.org. Authors are responsible for the accuracy of the references. Journals: Briggs WR, Tseng TS, Cho HY, Swartz TE, Sullivan S, Bogomolni RA (2007) Phototropins and their LOV domains: Versatile plant blue-light receptors. J Integr Plant Biol 49: 4–10 Kwon SY, Choi SM, Ahn YO, Lee HS, Lee HB, Park YM, Kwak SS (2003) Enhanced stress-tolerance of transgenic tobacco plants expressing a human dehydroascorbate reductase gene. J Plant Physiol 160: 347–353 Sveshnikova IN (1963) Atlas and key for the identification of the living and fossil Sciadopityaceae and Taxodiaceae based on the structure of the leaf epidermis. Acta Sci USSR Paleobot 4: 207–237 (in Russian with an English abstract) Jiang MY, Zhang JH (2004) Abscisic acid and antioxidant defense in plant cells. Acta Bot Sin 46: 1–9 Books: Sneath PHA, Sokal RR (1973) Numerical Taxonomy. 2nd eds. Freeman, San Francisco, CA Nikitin VP (1969) Palaeocarpological Method. Publishing House of Tomsk University, Tomsk (in Russian) Chapter in a book: van Went JH, Willemse MTM (1984) Fertilization. In: Johri BM, ed. Embryology of Angiosperms.Springer-Verlag, Berlin. pp. 273–317 Phillips SJ, Whisnant JP (1995) Hypertension and stroke. In: Laragh JH, Brener BM, eds. Hypertension: Pathophysiology, Diagnosis, and Management. 2nd edn. Raven Press, New York. pp. 465–478 Appendices Appendices should be placed at the end of the paper, numbered in Roman numerals and referred to in the text. If written by a person other than the author of the main text, the author's name should be included below the title. Tables Tables should be self-contained and complement, but not duplicate information in the text. All tables should have three horizontal lines, with the upper and the lower lines in bold. No vertical lines are allowed. Number tables consecutively in the text in Arabic numerals. Type tables on separate Word pages, with the title on top and footnotes at the bottom, in a clear, concise and stand-alone format. Column headings should be brief, with units of measurement in parentheses. *, **, *** should be reserved for P-values. Methods of statistical analyses and sample numbers should be described clearly. Please see the following PDF example Cover letter A cover letter must be submitted, along with the manuscript, stating that neither the manuscript nor any part of its content has been published or submitted for publication elsewhere, except as a brief abstract in the proceedings of a scientific meeting or symposium. Any closely related papers that are in press or that have been submitted elsewhere should be noted in the cover letter and cited in the submitted manuscript if appropriate. If any new gene symbols are introduced, the authors should state that they have conducted a search of the literature and of community databases and whether each new symbol has been registered in the appropriate community database. In a separate paragraph, the authors should provide a brief explanation of the importance of the work presented and describe how it meets the Journal's scope. The cover letter must also contain a declaration that all authors have contributed significantly to the work and that all authors are in agreement with the content of the manuscript. If authors wish to request exclusion of any reviewers, specific reasons must be provided. If tables or figures have been reproduced from another source, a letter from the copyright holder (usually the Publisher) stating authorization to reproduce the material must be attached to the cover letter. Availability of materials Publication in JIPB implies that the authors agree to provide all materials that are integral to the results presented in the article, including constructs, antibodies, seeds, protocols and whatever would be necessary for a skilled investigator to verify or replicate the claims. Authors are required to make information available through public repositories, or commercial vendors, where appropriate. Author material archive policy Authors who require the return of any submitted material that is accepted for publication should inform the Editorial Office at the time of submission. If no indication is given, all hardcopy and electronic material will be disposed of two months after publication. 10. MANUSCRIPT STYLE Spelling The Journal uses US spelling and authors should therefore follow the latest edition of the Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary. Units All measurements must be given in SI or SI-derived units. Abbreviations No abbreviations are allowed in the title, and abbreviations are allowed in the abstract only when it is really necessary (when it will be used multiple times in the abstract). All abbreviations need to be defined in the text when used for the first time, and subsequently the abbreviated form is to be used (including figure legends and tables). Trade names Chemical substances should be referred to by their generic name only. Trade names should not be used when it is not essential or when it is ambiguous. If trade names are used, the name and location of the manufacturer must be given. Scientific names Upon its first use in the title, abstract, text, or materials and methods, the common name of a species should be followed by the scientific name (genus, species and authority) in parentheses. However, for well-known species, the scientific name may be omitted from the article title. If no common name exists in English, only the scientific name should be used. Botanical nomenclature All papers must conform to the latest edition of the International Code of Botanical Nomenclature. Upon its first use in the title, abstract and text, the common name of a species should be followed by the scientific name (genus, species and authority) in parentheses. Genetic nomenclature Standard genetic nomenclature should be used. For further information, including relevant websites, authors should refer to the genetic nomenclature guide in Trends in Genetics (Elsevier Science, 1998). Nucleotide sequence data must be submitted in electronic form to any of the three major collaborative databases: DDBJ, EMBL or GenBank. It is only necessary to submit to one database as data are exchanged between DDBJ, EMBL and GenBank on a daily basis. The suggested wording for referring to accession number information is: 'These sequence data have been submitted to the DDBJ/EMBL/GenBank databases under accession number U12345'. Addresses are as follows: DNA Data Bank of Japan (DDBJ): http://www.ddbj.nig.ac.jp; EMBL Nucleotide Sequence Submissions: http://www.ebi.ac.uk; GenBank: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov. Figures JIPB publishes all contents in full color in print version without extra fees. Authors are strongly encouraged to submit all figures and graphical materials in color. A page charge of 700 RMB (US$ 100) will be levied on accepted manuscripts. For reviewing process, all figures should be provided in pdf version, which should be combined with the text. Figures must be cited, in consecutive order, in the text. Each figure should be labeled at the top of the page, indicating the name of the first author and figure number. For accepted articles, the final version of the figures should be created using Photoshop, PowerPoint (PPT) or similar software, in TIFF, JPEG or PPT format. A resolution of at least 300 dpi is required for photographic images, 1000 dpi for line art, and all line drawings must be 0.5 point or above. Color figures should be in CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow, black) and not as RGB (red, green, blue). If you use PPT, please send the original files. For illustrations, use color or pattern fills that can be read clearly when printed in color. Images imported into PPT should have at least 600 dpi resolution. The width of one column is 80 mm, and the two-column width is 170 mm. Magnifications should be indicated using a scale bar on the illustration. All figures must be supplied in camera-ready format. Line figures should be supplied as sharp, preferably color graphs or diagrams, either professionally drawn or created by a computer graphics package. The line width should be 1 point. Bar charts should be colored according to journal style as follows, from left to right: purple (filled), white with blue diagonal lines (45-degree right sloping lines), lime-green (filled), white with yellow diagonal lines (45-degree left sloping lines). For more information on bar chart colors, please see the following PDF example. The column diagram should contain a border line which should be black with a width of 1 point. It is not required to add a frame for the figures. Detailed figure requirements follow: Figure Font Requirements Typeface: Arial Figure labels (A, B, C, etc.) font size: 11 pt, bold Figure caption font size: 7 pt, no bold X-axis, y-axis labels font size: 8 pt, no bold X-axis, y-axis units: 7 pt, no bold All other text inside figures: 7 pt, no bold Lettering must be included and should be sized to 8 point (Arial + overstrike) for line figures and photographs; figure numbers should be sized to be 9 point size (Arial + overstrike). Magnifications should be indicated using a scale bar on the illustration. All figures must be supplied in camera-ready format. Icons The author of accepted article should submit a representative icon with the final production version of the manuscript. The graphic icon will represent the paper on the Table of Contents for each online issue. The icon should be 625x625 pixels in size, and should illustrate or exemplify the topic of the paper. Here are some summary rules for icons: 1. 625x625 pixels in size 2. GIF or JPG format (in RGB color mode) 3. May be an animated GIF 4. If using type, ensure it is legible in the final icon For making an icon from a figure. Nonessential text and graphic elements should be removed. Reduce the figure to its strongest, most important graphic elements, leaving out any unnecessary borders or margins. We recommend that icons are created using Adobe Photoshop or similar software. For animated icons. Animated icons should have the animated GIF format. As with static icons, animated icons must be 625 x 625 pixels in size. Make sure that the file size is as small as possible, lest the icon load slowly and diminish the reader's experience. The ICON should be uploaded to the SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL area of the article. Figure legends Legends should be concise and comprehensive: the figure and its legend must be self-sufficient, understandable without reference to the text, including definitions of any symbols used, and define/explain all abbreviations and units of measurement. 11. FREE ACCESS POLICY JIPB is devoted to reaching a broad readership through the following FreeAccess (FA) policies:  •All newly published articles are Free Access for the first month after publication;  •All papers in our Special Issues are Free Access;  •All Breakthrough Reports, Editorials and Commentary are Free Access;  •The first issue of the year is Free Access; Free Access allows you to read and download the article for free, regardless of whether or not you have a subscription to JIPB. 12. SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL Supplementary material is not essential to the article but provides greater depth and background and may include tables, figures, videos, datasets, etc. This material can be submitted with your manuscript and will appear online, without editing or typesetting. There is no page limit for supplementary materials. Authors are advised to follow the JIPB style carefully. Manuscripts that do not meet these standards will be returned to authors without reviewing. Please see the following PDF example Brief summary Authors of accepted articles should provide a brief summary (50 words in total) about the major findings, using layman language. The summary is mainly for non-specialized readers to understand the novelty and impact of the work presented in the paper, especially for readers from cross-disciplinary fields. This brief summary will be added into the Table of Contents for the online issue. The following examples may be helpful: We employed field and laboratory assays to determine the capacity of wild tobacco (Nicotiana attenuata) to detect and direct root growth towards localized nutrient patches. Our findings demonstrate that directed root growth underlies foraging behavior, and that chemotropism and micronutrient-guided root placement are important factors shaping root architecture in nature. Ferrieri AP, Machado RAR, Arce CCM, Kessler D, Baldwin IT, Erb M (2017) J Integr Plant Biol 59: 759–771 13. MANUSCRIPT PROCESSING All manuscripts received will be subjected to an initial validity check, including the quality and the format, by the Manuscript Manager. Those that pass this checkpoint will be evaluated by an Editor-in-Chief who will assess the scientific content as well as the language to ensure that the manuscript is written in clear and concise English. If the Editor-in-Chief finds the manuscript acceptable it will then be assigned to the thematic Senior Editor, who will further evaluate the manuscript and then assign it to an Editor. The Editor assigns three or more peer reviewers for each manuscript. The reviewers evaluate the manuscript in terms of the importance of research questions, the rigor of the experimental evidence and protocols, and the significance of the conclusions. All manuscripts tentatively accepted will be forwarded to the Senior Editor for a final decision. It is important to note that the Editor-in-Chief of JIPB reserves the right to change the final decision at any stage of submission. A decision letter will be emailed to the corresponding author once the Senior Editor and Editor-in-Chief have made a final decision. The corresponding author can view the comments provided by the reviewers, online at https://mc03.manuscriptcentral.com/jipb. If the manuscript is accepted without revision, the editorial office will contact the corresponding author if additional files/documents are needed. If the manuscript needs revision, the corresponding author will have to read the comments carefully and make appropriate changes, and explain point-by-point what has been changed, and why if the reviewer's recommendation has not been followed. Revised manuscript files should be uploaded using the manuscript handling system. A manuscript that contains good scientific content but requires extensive revision will, as a matter of JIPB policy, be declined. If the manuscript is declined with encouragement from the Editor to resubmit, the resubmission must be done online within the indicated time-frame. A note should be included indicating that it is a resubmission, with its previous tracking number clearly stated. If at any time during the review process the corresponding author has a question regarding the status of a manuscript or the nature of the peer review process, the Manuscript Manager should be contacted at: jipb@ibcas.ac.cn. 14. PROOFS The editorial office will notify the corresponding author via e-mail to electronically retrieve page proofs. The corresponding author will have access to one PDF file, which will contain: (a) PDF pages (includes figures and tables) and (b) a reprint order form. The corresponding author then returns: (a) The proofread and corrected original proof, (b) Original figures, if applicable, and (c) A completed reprint order form. Although the editorial staff may change the wording based on their understanding, the corresponding author has ultimate responsibility for the final content of the manuscript. The proof is the last opportunity to correct errors or omissions. With the exception of typographical or minor clerical errors, no changes will be made in the manuscript at the proof stage. You may correct any of the mistakes made by editorial staff, free of charge; however, correcting more than five of your own mistakes will be subject to additional charges (US$ 2 each), and potentially, re-evaluation by the Editor. 15. JIPB COVER PICTURE SELECTION Each cover of JIPB will have an illustration related to one of the articles published. Authors who would like to have a color photograph considered should submit a high resolution image online via ScholarOne Manuscripts when submitting a manuscript, or email the photograph to the manuscript tracking office at jipb@ibcas.ac.cn. 16. OFFPRINTS Thirty offprints will be supplied to the corresponding author, if required. A charge of 500 RMB (US $80) will be levied for each article. For more than 30 offprints, an extra charge will be levied (150 RMB for every 10 additional copies). 17. PUBLICATION FEES For Research Articles, Review Articles, New Technologies, and New Resources, authors may choose whether their accepted articles are published in OpenAccess, or by subscription publications. If the authors decide to publish via the subscription model, a page charge of US $100 (700 RMB ) will be levied for each printed page. If authors choose OpenAccess, a US $2500 (17,500 RMB) APC fee will be applied, which allows the article to be available online to readers world-wide without any charge. No additional charges for color figures are levied for either type of publication. For LTE articles, a page charge of US$100 (700 RMB) will be levied for each printed page. If authors choose OpenAccess, a US$1250 (8,750 RMB) APC fee will be applied. All solicited Special/Focused Issue articles, Commentary Articles will be published in JIPB free of charge. Please note that the APC fee (US $2500) for a paper from China shall be collected by the JIPB Editorial Office. Wiley publisher shall be responsible for collecting the APC fee (US $2500) of contributors from other countries. All international authors and all Chinese authors are encouraged to pay by bank transfer or by Check to: West Haidian District Subbranch, Beijing Branch, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC); Account No: 0200004509088100989; Address: 65 West Road, Beisihuan, Haidian District, Beijing, 100083; Swift code: ICBKCNBJBJM. If authors have difficulties in paying their publication costs, please contact the Editorial Office. The Editorial Board may waive page charges under special circumstances. 18. CORRECTIONS AND RETRACTIONS If necessary, corrections of significant errors in published articles will be published in a later issue of the Journal. A correction published in the print journal will also be published as a correction in the online journal and will be linked to the original article. Articles may be retracted by their authors, academic or institutional sponsor, editor, or publisher because of pervasive errors or unsubstantiated or irreproducible data. A correction or retraction, so labeled, will appear in a prominent section of the Journal, and will be listed in the content page, and will include the title of the original article. The text of a retraction will explain why the article is being retracted and will include a bibliographic reference. 19. 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