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    American Journal of Botany

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НазваниеAmerican Journal of Botany
СтатусИздаётся
Дата основания1914 (104 года)
ИздательствоBotanical Society of America
Периодичность12 выпусков в год
Язык изданияАнглийский
Главный редакторJernstedt J.
ISSN0002-9122, 1537-2197
Мониторинг2010-2011, 2012.6
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Страна изданияСША
E-mailajb@botany.org
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Лента новых публикаций
  1. Stoepler T.M. et al. Differential pollinator effectiveness and importance in a milkweed (Asclepias, Apocynaceae) hybrid zone // American Journal of Botany. 2012. V. 99. No. 3. P. 448–458. AID: 1632378456.
  2. Brys R. et al. Importance of autonomous selfing is inversely related to population size and pollinator availability in a monocarpic plant // American Journal of Botany. 2011. V. 98. No. 11. P. 1834–1840. AID: 4932323456.
  3. Subedi A. et al. Pollination and protection against herbivory of Nepalese Coelogyninae (Orchidaceae) // American Journal of Botany. 2011. V. 98. No. 7. P. 1095–1103. AID: 3132323456.
  4. Steiner K.E., Kaiser R., Dötterl S. Strong Phylogenetic Effects on Floral Scent Variation of Oil-secreting Orchids in South Africa // American Journal of Botany. 2011. V. 98. No. 10. P. 1663–1679. AID: 4132323456.
  5. Livshultz T. et al. Climate Niches of Milkweeds with Plesiomorphic Traits (Secamonoideae; Apocynaceae) and the Milkweed Sister Group Link Ancient African Climates and Floral Evolution // American Journal of Botany. 2011. V. 98. No. 12. P. 1966–1977. AID: 1832323456.
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Сводная таблица наукометрических показателей
Показатель Значение Min Max Av
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Число публикаций 90 1 9.96 99% 3
Среднее число публикаций в год

4,74

1 1.38 99% 4
Число публикаций за последние 5 лет 0 0 1,38 100% 169
Импакт фактор 2012 0 0 0 100% 17
Импакт фактор 2013 0,333 0 0.194 86% 37
Импакт фактор 2014 2 0 0.147 100% 14
Импакт фактор 2015 0 0 0 100% 242
Импакт фактор 2016 0 0 0 100% 17
Суммарный APRm публикаций 0 0 35.02 89.8% 97
Суммарный APRm нормированный публикаций 0 0 24.05 89.8% 97
Средний APRm публикаций 0 0 10.2 89.8% 97
Средний APRm нормированный публикаций 0 0 8.76 89.8% 97
Число авторов публикаций журнала 242 0 28.06 98.78% 4

Публикации (90)

  1. Kopp R.F. et al. Collection and Storage of Pollen from Salix (Salicaceae) // American Journal of Botany. 2002. V. 89. No. 2. P. 248–252. AID: 1290319997.
  2. Ackerman J.D. Submarine pollination in the marine angiosperm Zostera marina (Zosteraceae). I. The influence of floral morphology on fluid flow // American Journal of Botany. 1997. V. 84. No. 8. P. 1099–1109. AID: 9876562317.
  3. Irwin R.E., Adler L.S. Correlations among traits associated with herbivore resistance and pollination: implications for pollination and nectar robbing in a distylous plant // American Journal of Botany. 2006. V. 93. No. 1. P. 64–72. AID: 1290319647.
  4. Alonso C. Pollination success across an elevation and sex ratio gradient in gynodioecious Daphne laureola // American Journal of Botany. 2005. V. 92. No. 8. P. 1264–1269. AID: 9876165233.
  5. Anderson B., Midgley J.J., Stewart B.A. Facilitated selfing offers reproductive assurance: a mutualism between a hemipteran and carnivorous plant // American Journal of Botany. 2003. V. 90. No. 7. P. 1009–1015. AID: 9876565234.
  6. Bernardello G. et al. Reproductive Biology of Lactoris fernandeziana (Lactoridaceae) // American Journal of Botany. 1999. V. 86. No. 6. P. 829–840. AID: 0008889998.
  7. Arizaga S. et al. Pollination ecology of Agave macroacantha (Agavaceae) in a Mexican tropical desert. I. Floral biology and pollination mechanisms // American Journal of Botany. 2000. V. 87. No. 7. P. 1004–1010. AID: 3344223344.
  8. Pérez F., Arroyo M.T.K., Armesto J.J. Evolution of Autonomous Selfing Accompanies Increased Specialization in the Pollination System of Schizanthus (Solanaceae) // American Journal of Botany. 2009. V. 96. No. 6. P. 1168–1176. AID: 3432222234.
  9. Pérez F. et al. Ancestral Reconstruction of Flower Morphology and Pollination Systems in Schizanthus (Solanaceae) // American Journal of Botany. 2006. V. 93. No. 7. P. 1029–1038. AID: 9876552311.
  10. Koopman M.M., Ayers T.J. Nectar Spur Evolution in the Mexican Lobelias (Campanulaceae: Lobelioideae) // American Journal of Botany. 2005. V. 92. No. 3. P. 558–562. AID: 1290319547.
  11. Zhang L. et al. Predicting mating patterns from pollination syndromes: the case of “sapromyiophily” in Tacca chantrieri (Taccaceae) // American Journal of Botany. 2005. V. 92. No. 3. P. 517–524. AID: 1290319507.
  12. Graham S.W., Barrett S.C.H. Phylogenetic reconstruction of the evolution of stylar poliorphism in Narcissus (Amaryllidaceae) // American Journal of Botany. 2004. V. 91. No. 7. P. 1007–1021. AID: 5544334444.
  13. Larson B.M.H., Barrett S.C.H. The pollination ecology of buzz-pollinated Rhexia virginica (Melastomataceae) // American Journal of Botany. 1999. V. 86. No. 4. P. 502–511. AID: 1290319477.
  14. Jesson L.K., Barrett S.C.H. Enantiostyly in Wachendorfia (Haemodoraceae): the influence of reproductive systems on the maintenance of the polymorphism // American Journal of Botany. 2002. V. 89. No. 2. P. 253–262. AID: 1290319107.
  15. Hughes M. et al. The Impact of Pollination Syndrome and Habitat on Gene Flow: a Comparative Study of Two Streptocarpus (Gesneriaceae) Species // American Journal of Botany. 2007. V. 94. No. 10. P. 1688–1695. AID: 1246719497.
  16. Thien L.B. et al. Pollination biology of basal angiosperms (ANITA grade) // American Journal of Botany. 2009. V. 96. No. 1. P. 166–182. AID: 2222225555.
  17. Berry P.E., Calvo R.N. Wind Pollination, Self-incompatibility, and Altitudinal Shifts in Pollination Systems in the High Andean Genus Espeletia (Asteraceae) // American Journal of Botany. 1989. V. 76. No. 11. P. 1602–1614. AID: 5674567895.
  18. Bosch M., Waser N.M. Effects of Local Density on Pollination and Reproduction in Delphinium nuttallianum and Aconitum columbianum (Ranunculaceae) // American Journal of Botany. 1999. V. 86. No. 6. P. 871–879. AID: 1290619170.
  19. Livshultz T. et al. Climate Niches of Milkweeds with Plesiomorphic Traits (Secamonoideae; Apocynaceae) and the Milkweed Sister Group Link Ancient African Climates and Floral Evolution // American Journal of Botany. 2011. V. 98. No. 12. P. 1966–1977. AID: 1832323456.
  20. Brys R. et al. Importance of autonomous selfing is inversely related to population size and pollinator availability in a monocarpic plant // American Journal of Botany. 2011. V. 98. No. 11. P. 1834–1840. AID: 4932323456.
  21. Weller S.G. et al. Sexually dimorphic inflorescence traits in a wind-pollinated species: heritabilities and genetic correlations in Schiedea adamantis (Caryophyllaceae) // American Journal of Botany. 2007. V. 94. No. 10. P. 1716–1725. AID: 1246719507.
  22. Valiente-Banuet A. et al. Geographic Differentiation in the Pollination System of the Columnar Cactus Pachycereus pecten-aboriginum // American Journal of Botany. 2004. V. 91. No. 6. P. 850–855. AID: 1290619120.
  23. Casas A. et al. Reproductive biology and the process of domestication of the columnar cactus Stenocereus Stellatus in Central Mexico // American Journal of Botany. 1999. V. 86. No. 4. P. 534–542. AID: 1290319517.
  24. Subedi A. et al. Pollination and protection against herbivory of Nepalese Coelogyninae (Orchidaceae) // American Journal of Botany. 2011. V. 98. No. 7. P. 1095–1103. AID: 3132323456.
  25. Young B. et al. Within-plant Distribution of Phenolic Glycosides and Extrafloral Nectaries in Trembling Aspen (Populus tremuloides; Salicaceae) // American Journal of Botany. 2010. V. 97. No. 4. P. 601–610. AID: 2732378456.
  26. Guan B.-C. et al. Genetic structure and breeding system of a rare understory herb, Dysosma versipellis (Berberidaceae), from temperate deciduous forests in China // American Journal of Botany. 2010. V. 97. No. 1. P. 111–122. AID: 2532378416.
  27. Conner J.K., Neumeier R. The effects of ultraviolet-B radiation and intraspecific competition on growth, pollination success, and lifetime female fitness in Phacelia campanularia and P. purshii (Hydrophyllaceae) // American Journal of Botany. 2002. V. 89. No. 1. P. 103–110. AID: 9876565212.
  28. Jones C.E., Cruzan M.B. Floral morphological changes and reproductive success in deer weed (Lotus scoparius, Fabaceae) // American Journal of Botany. 1999. V. 86. No. 2. P. 273–277. AID: 1290319147.
  29. Huang S.-Q., Takahashi Y., Dafni A. Why does the flower stalk of Pulsatilla cernua (Ranunculaceae) bend during anthesis? // American Journal of Botany. 2002. V. 89. No. 10. P. 1599–1603. AID: 1246719357.
  30. Valiente-Banuet A. et al. Pollination biology of two columnar Cacti (Neobuxbaumia mezcalaensis and Neobuxbaumia macrocephala) in the Tehuacan Valley, central Mexico // American Journal of Botany. 1997. V. 84. No. 4. P. 452–455. AID: 1290319427.
  31. Narbona E., Dirzo R. A reassessment of the function of floral nectar in Croton Suberosus (Euphorbiaceae): a reward for plant defenders and pollinators // American Journal of Botany. 2010. V. 97. No. 4. P. 672–679. AID: 7323784161.
  32. Escaravage N. et al. Stamen Dimorphism in Rhododendron ferrugineum (Ericaceae): Development and Function // American Journal of Botany. 2001. V. 88. No. 1. P. 68–75. AID: 1290319767.
  33. Terry L.I. et al. Pollination of Australian Macrozamia cycads (Zamiaceae): Effectiveness and Behavior of Specialist Vectors in a Dependent Mutualism // American Journal of Botany. 2005. V. 92. No. 6. P. 931–940. AID: 1290619280.
  34. Williams C.F., Kuchenreuther M.A., Drew A. Floral Dimorphism, Pollination, and Self-fertilization in Gynodioecious Geranium richardsonii (Geraniaceae) // American Journal of Botany. 2000. V. 87. No. 5. P. 661–669. AID: 1290319697.
  35. Guo H., Mazer S.J., Du G. Geographic variation in primary sex allocation per flower within and among 12 species of Pedicularis (Orobanchaceae): Proportional male investment increases with elevation // American Journal of Botany. 2010. V. 97. No. 8. P. 1334–1341. AID: 8832378456.
  36. Duchen P., Renner S.S. The Evolution of Cayaponia (Cucurbitaceae): Repeated Shifts from Bat to Bee Pollination and Long-distance Dispersal to Africa 2–5 Million Years Ago // American Journal of Botany. 2010. V. 97. No. 7. P. 1129–1141. AID: 2432378416.
  37. Méndez M., Díaz A. Flowering dynamics in Arum italicum (Araceae): relative role of inflorescence traits, flowering synchrony, and pollination context on fruit initiation // American Journal of Botany. 2001. V. 88. No. 10. P. 1774–1780. AID: 1246719557.
  38. Johnson S.D., Ellis A., Dötterl S. Specialization for pollination by beetles and wasps: the role of lollipop hairs and fragrance in Satyrium microrrhynchum (Orchidaceae) // American Journal of Botany. 2007. V. 94. No. 1. P. 47–55. AID: 1290319437.
  39. Steiner K.E., Kaiser R., Dötterl S. Strong Phylogenetic Effects on Floral Scent Variation of Oil-secreting Orchids in South Africa // American Journal of Botany. 2011. V. 98. No. 10. P. 1663–1679. AID: 4132323456.
  40. Eckert C.G., Schaefer A. Does self-pollination provide reproductive assurance in Aquilegia canadensis (Ranunculaceae)? // American Journal of Botany. 1998. V. 85. No. 7. P. 919–924. AID: 1290619250.
  41. Fausto Jr. J.A., Eckhart V.M., Geber M.A. Reproductive assurance and the evolutionary ecology of self-pollination in Clarkia xantiana (Onagraceae) // American Journal of Botany. 2001. V. 88. No. 10. P. 1794–1800. AID: 1246719577.
  42. Stoepler T.M. et al. Differential pollinator effectiveness and importance in a milkweed (Asclepias, Apocynaceae) hybrid zone // American Journal of Botany. 2012. V. 99. No. 3. P. 448–458. AID: 1632378456.
  43. Elle E. et al. Variation in the Timing of Autonomous Selfing among Populations that Differ in Flower Size, Time to Reproductive Maturity, and Climate // American Journal of Botany. 2010. V. 97. No. 11. P. 1894–1902. AID: 7232378456.
  44. Marazzi B., Endress P.K. Patterns and development of floral asymmetry in Senna (Leguminosae, Cassiinae) // American Journal of Botany. 2008. V. 95. No. 1. P. 22–40. AID: 1246719787.
  45. Engel E.C., Irwin R.E. Linking pollinator visitation rate and pollen receipt // American Journal of Botany. 2003. V. 90. No. 11. P. 1612–1618. AID: 1246719387.
  1. Valtueña F.J. et al. Self-sterility in Two Cytisus Species (Leguminosae, Papilionoideae) due to Early-acting Inbreeding Depression // American Journal of Botany. 2010. V. 97. No. 1. P. 123–135. AID: 2132378416.
  2. Weekley C.W. et al. Multiple Causes of Seedling Rarity in Scrub Plum, Prunus geniculata (Rosaceae), an Endangered Shrub of the Florida Scrub // American Journal of Botany. 2010. V. 97. No. 1. P. 144–155. AID: 8132378456.
  3. Moog U. et al. Thrips Pollination of the Dioecious ant Plant Macaragana hullettii (Euphorbiaceae) in SouthEast Asia // American Journal of Botany. 2002. V. 89. No. 1. P. 50–59. AID: 0008889990.
  4. Fetscher A.E., Kohn J.R. Stigma behavior in Mimulus aurantiacus (Scrophulariaceae) // American Journal of Botany. 1999. V. 86. No. 8. P. 1130–1135. AID: 9876562322.
  5. Finer M.S., Morgan M.T. Effects of Natural Rates of Geitonogamy on Fruit Set in Asclepias speciosa (Apocynaceae): Evidence Favoring the Plant's Dilemma // American Journal of Botany. 2003. V. 90. No. 12. P. 1746–1750. AID: 1246719517.
  6. Forrest J., Thomson J.D. Consequences of variation in flowering time within and among individuals of Mertensia fusiformis (Boraginaceae), an early spring wildflower // American Journal of Botany. 2010. V. 97. No. 1. P. 38–48. AID: 4832378456.
  7. Fumero-Cabán J.J., Meléndez-Ackerman E.J. Relative pollination effectiveness of floral visitors of Pitcairnia angustifolia (Bromeliaceae) // American Journal of Botany. 2007. V. 94. No. 3. P. 419–424. AID: 1290319367.
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  9. Lippok B. и др. Pollination by flies, bees, and beetles of Nuphar ozarkana and N. advena (Nymphaeaceae) // American Journal of Botany. 2000. V. 87. No. 6. P. 898–902. AID: 0303040405.
  10. López-Villavicencio M. et al. The Role of Pollination Level on the Reproduction of Females and Hermaphrodites in the Gynodioecious Plant Gypsophila repens (Caryophyllaceae) // American Journal of Botany. 2005. V. 92. No. 12. P. 1995–2002. AID: 1246719657.
  11. González F.A., Rudall P.J. Flower and fruit characters in the early-divergent lamiid family Metteniusaceae, with particular reference to the evolution of pseudomonomery // American Journal of Botany. 2010. V. 97. No. 2. P. 191–206. AID: 7132378456.
  12. Goodwillie C. Wind pollination and reproductive assurance in Linanthus parviflorus (Polemoniaceae), a self-incompatible annual // American Journal of Botany. 1999. V. 86. No. 7. P. 948–954. AID: 1290619290.
  13. Medrano M., Guitián P., Guitián J. Patterns of fruit and seed set within inflorescences of Pancratium maritimum (Amaryllidaceae): nonuniform pollination, resource limitation, or architectural effects? // American Journal of Botany. 2000. V. 87. No. 4. P. 493–501. AID: 1290319457.
  14. Hauser T., Jorgensen R., Ostergard H. Preferential exclusion of hybrids in mixed pollinations between oilseed rape (Brassica napus) and weedy B. campestris (Brassicaceae) // American Journal of Botany. 1997. V. 84. No. 6. P. 756–762. AID: 1290319907.
  15. Ibarra-Cerdeña C.N., Iñiguez-Dávalos L.I., Sánchez-Cordero V. Pollination ecology of Stenocereus queretaroensis (Cactaceae), a chiropterophilous columnar cactus, in a tropical dry forest of Mexico // American Journal of Botany. 2005. V. 92. No. 3. P. 503–509. AID: 1290319487.
  16. Sakai S. et al. Beetle pollination of Shorea parvifolia (section Mutica, Dipterocarpaceae) in a general flowering period in Sarawak, Malaysia // American Journal of Botany. 1999. V. 86. No. 1. P. 62–69. AID: 1290319637.
  17. Matsuki Y. et al. Pollination efficiencies of flower-visiting insects as determined by direct genetic analysis of pollen origins // American Journal of Botany. 2008. V. 95. No. 8. P. 925–930. AID: 1290619260.
  18. Johnson S., Midgley J.J. Fly pollination of Gorteria diffusa (Asteraceae), and a possible mimetic function for dark spots on the capitulum // American Journal of Botany. 1997. V. 84. No. 4. P. 429–436. AID: 1290319397.
  19. Johnson S.D., Pauw A., Midgley J.J. Rodent pollination in the African lily Massonia depressa (Hyacinthaceae) // American Journal of Botany. 2001. V. 88. No. 10. P. 1768–1773. AID: 1246719547.
  20. Martins D.J., Johnson S.D. Hawkmoth pollination of aerangoid orchids in Kenya, with special reference to nectar sugar concentration gradients in the floral spurs // American Journal of Botany. 2007. V. 94. No. 4. P. 650–659. AID: 0000600104.
  21. Jones K.N., Reithel J.S. Pollinator-mediated selection on a flower color polymorphism in experimental populations of Antirrhinum (Scrophulariaceae) // American Journal of Botany. 2001. V. 88. No. 3. P. 447–454. AID: 1290319417.
  22. Koelling V.A., Karoly K. Self-pollen interference is absent in wild radish (Raphanus raphanistrum, Brassicaceae), a species with sporophytic self-incompatibility // American Journal of Botany. 2007. V. 94. No. 5. P. 896–900. AID: 1290619180.
  23. Sakai S., Kato M., Nagamasu H. Artocarpus (Moraceae)–gall midge pollination mutualism mediated by a male-flower parasitic fungus // American Journal of Botany. 2000. V. 87. No. 3. P. 440–445. AID: 1290319407.
  24. Kawakita A., Kato M. Obligate pollination mutualism in Breynia (Phyllanthaceae): further documentation of pollination mutualism involving Epicephala moths (Gracillariidae) // American Journal of Botany. 2004. V. 91. No. 9. P. 1319–1325. AID: 1246719137.
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  26. Klein A.-M., Steffan-Dewenter I., Tscharntke T. Bee pollination and fruit set of Coffea arabica and C. canephora (Rubiaceae) // American Journal of Botany. 2003. V. 90. No. 1. P. 153–157. AID: 1246719367.
  27. Klips R.A. Pollen competition as a reproductive isolating mechanism between two sympatric Hibiscus species (Malvaceae) // American Journal of Botany. 1999. V. 86. No. 2. P. 269–272. AID: 1290319127.
  28. Kono M., Tobe H. Is Cycas revoluta (Cycadaceae) wind- or insect-pollinated? // American Journal of Botany. 2007. V. 94. No. 5. P. 847–855. AID: 1290619110.
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  31. Levri M.A. The effect of timing of pollination on the mating system and fitness of Kalmia latifolia (Ericaceae) // American Journal of Botany. 1998. V. 85. No. 11. P. 1626–1630. AID: 1246719427.
  32. Nassar J.M., Ramírez N., Linares O. Comparative pollination biology of Venezuelan columnar cacti and the role of nectar-feeding bats in their sexual reproduction // American Journal of Botany. 1997. V. 84. No. 8. P. 918–927. AID: 1290619240.
  33. Snow A.A., Spira T.P., Liu H. Effects of sequential pollination on the success of “fast” and “slow” pollen donors in Hibiscus moscheutos (Malvaceae) // American Journal of Botany. 2000. V. 87. No. 1. P. 1656–1659. AID: 1246719447.
  34. Lobo J.A., Quesada M., Stoner K.E. Effects of Pollination by Bats on the Mating System of Ceiba pentandra (Bombacaceae) Populations in Two Tropical Life Zones in Costa Rica // American Journal of Botany. 2005. V. 92. No. 2. P. 370–376. AID: 1290319277.
  35. Sahagún-Godínez E., Lomelí-Sención J. Pedilanthus diazlunanus (Euphorbiaceae): Pollination by Hymenopterans in a Bird-pollinated Genus // American Journal of Botany. 1997. V. 84. No. 11. P. 1584–1587. AID: 1246719347.
  36. Marler T.E. Cycad mutualist offers more than pollen transport // American Journal of Botany. 2010. V. 97. No. 5. P. 841–845. AID: 1332378456.
  37. Navarro L. Pollination Ecology of Anthyllis vulneraria subsp. vulgaris (Fabaceae): Nectar Robbers as Pollinators // American Journal of Botany. 2000. V. 87. No. 7. P. 980–985. AID: 1290619370.
  38. Rathcke B.J. Floral longevity and reproductive assurance: seasonal patterns and an experimental test with Kalmia latifolia (Ericaceae) // American Journal of Botany. 2003. V. 90. No. 9. P. 1328–1332. AID: 1246719147.
  39. Vary L.B., Sakai A.K., Weller S.G. Morphological and Functional Sex Expression in the Malagasy Endemic Tina striata (Sapindaceae) // American Journal of Botany. 2011. V. 98. No. 6. P. 1040–1048. AID: 2932378416.
  40. Sakai S. Thrips pollination of androdioecious Castilla elastica (Moraceae) in a seasonal tropical forest // American Journal of Botany. 2001. V. 88. No. 9. P. 1527–1534. AID: 1246719327.
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