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2009 Impact Factors Released
Wiley-Blackwell are pleased to report that we're still among the market leaders in publishing research in Plant Science and Agronomy with more citations from Wiley-Blackwell journals than any other publisher in the ISI Plant Science category and more articles than any other publisher in the Agronomy ISI category.

We publish 24 journals in the Plant Science category, 3 of which are ranked in the top ten. For more details and highlights please read on.

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  Highly Ranked Journals
3 of our plant science journals are ranked in the top ten of the ISI category, putting them amongst the world's leading research in the field.

Highly Ranked Journals

The Plant Journal New Phytologist Plant, Cell & Environment
The Plant Journal New Phytologist Plant, Cell &
Impact Factor: 6.946
Ranked 6th in the category
Impact Factor: 6.033
Increased by 17%
Impact Factor: 5.081
Over the 5.0 milestone

Closely followed by:

Plant Biotechnology Journal

Impact Factor: 4.732

Journal of Ecology

Impact Factor: 4.690

  Star Performers
Some of the other highlights and significant developments from the plant science and related ISI categories include:

Star Performers

Journal of Integrative Plant Biology Journal of Systematics and Evolution Nordic Journal of Botany Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science
Impact Factor:1.395
Increase by 65%
Impact Factor: 0.88
First Impact Factor!
Impact Factor: 0.868
Increased by over 300%
Impact Factor: 1.595
Increased by 24%

Molecular Plant Pathology Plant Biology Physiologia Plantarum Journal of Vegetation Science
Impact Factor: 3.455
Increased by 12%
Impact Factor: 2.223
Increased by 14%
Impact Factor: 2.708
Increased by 16%
Impact Factor: 2.376
Increase by 17%

Phycological Research Weed Research Phytochemical Analysis Soil Use and Management
Impact Factor: 1.246
Over the 1.0 milestone
Impact Factor: 2.033
Over the 2.0 milestone
Impact Factor: 1.744
Increased by over 15%
Impact Factor: 2.027
Over the 2.0 milestone

Pest Management Science Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science Irrigation and Drainage The Journal of Phytopathology
Impact Factor: 2.190
Ranked 8th in Agronomy
Impact Factor: 2.283
Increased by over 50%
Impact Factor: 1.108
Over the 1.0 milestone
Impact Factor: 0.983
Increased by 13%
  Free Articles
A selection of free articles from our other journals in the subject:
Biofuels – for better or worse?
Annals of Applied Biology

Effects of long-term grazing management on sand dune vegetation of high conservation interest
Applied Vegetation Science

A revision of Aechmea subgenus Macrochordion (Bromeliaceae) based on phenetic analyses of morphological variation
Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society

Curtis's Botanical Magazine

Specific requirements for laboratories preparing accreditation for a plant pest diagnostic activity
EPPO Bulletin

Pollen morphology of Iranian species of Typha L. (Typhaceae) and its taxonomic significance
Feddes Repertorium

Associations among symptoms of dieback in even-aged stands of ash (Fraxinus excelsior L.)
Forest Pathology

Impact of frost and plant age on compensatory growth in timothy and perennial ryegrass during winter
Grass and Forage Science

Effect of water stress on ten forage grasses native or introduced to Iran
Grassland Science
  Effect of phosphorus status of the soil on selenium availability
Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science

Is The Growth Rate Hypothesis Applicable To Microalgae?
Journal of Phycology

Linear variance models for plant breeding trials
Plant Breeding

Insights into the role of ethylene perception in tomato resistance to vascular infection by Verticillium dahliae
Plant Pathology

Morphological and genetic differentiation in Isodon umbrosus by altitudinal variation in bumblebee pollinator assemblages
Plant Species Biology

Remediation techniques and heavy metal uptake by different rice varieties in metal-contaminated soils of Taiwan: New aspects for food safety regulation and sustainable agriculture
Soil Science & Plant Nutrition

Allelopathic effect of itchgrass (Rottboellia cochinchinensis) on seed germination and plant growth
Weed Biology Management

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