New Phytologist (NEW PHYTOL )
New Phytologist is an online-only journal owned by the New Phytologist Trust, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of plant science. New Phytologist publishes original research on all aspects of plant science in a lively format including expert comment, correspondence and timely reviews. The Trust ensures that any excess revenue from the journal is put straight back into the subject and facilitates projects from Symposia to free access for our Tansley reviews.
Current impact factor: 6.55
Impact Factor Rankings
|2015 Impact Factor||Available summer 2015|
|2011 Impact Factor||6.645|
|2010 Impact Factor||6.516|
|2009 Impact Factor||6.033|
|2008 Impact Factor||5.249|
|2007 Impact Factor||5.249|
|2006 Impact Factor||4.245|
|2005 Impact Factor||4.285|
|2004 Impact Factor||3.355|
|2003 Impact Factor||3.118|
|2002 Impact Factor||2.945|
|2001 Impact Factor||2.53|
|2000 Impact Factor||2.149|
|1999 Impact Factor||2.156|
|1998 Impact Factor||1.719|
|1997 Impact Factor||1.967|
|1996 Impact Factor||2.208|
|1995 Impact Factor||1.952|
|1994 Impact Factor||1.896|
|1993 Impact Factor||1.657|
|1992 Impact Factor||1.613|
Impact factor over time
|Website||New Phytologist website|
|Other titles||New phytologist|
|Material type||Periodical, Internet resource|
|Document type||Journal / Magazine / Newspaper, Internet Resource|
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- 'Blackwell Publishing' is an imprint of 'Wiley'
- Classification yellow
Publications in this journal
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ABSTRACT: Although numerous studies have shown the ability of silicon (Si) to mitigate a wide variety of abiotic and biotic stresses, relatively little is known about the underlying mechanism(s). Here, we have investigated the role of hormone defense pathways in Si-induced resistance to the rice brown spot fungus Cochliobolus miyabeanus. To delineate the involvement of multiple hormone pathways, a multidisciplinary approach was pursued, combining exogenous hormone applications, pharmacological inhibitor experiments, time-resolved hormone measurements, and bioassays with hormone-deficient and/or -insensitive mutant lines. Contrary to other types of induced resistance, we found Si-induced brown spot resistance to function independently of the classic immune hormones salicylic acid and jasmonic acid. Our data also rule out a major role of the abscisic acid (ABA) and cytokinin pathways, but suggest that Si mounts resistance to C. miyabeanus by preventing the fungus from hijacking the rice ethylene (ET) machinery. Interestingly, rather than suppressing rice ET signaling per se, Si probably interferes with the production and/or action of fungal ET. Together our findings favor a scenario whereby Si induces brown spot resistance by disarming fungal ET and argue that impairment of pathogen virulence factors is a core resistance mechanism underpinning Si-induced plant immunity.New Phytologist 01/2015;
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- New Phytologist 01/2015; 205(2):455-7.
- New Phytologist 01/2015; 205(2):461-2.
- New Phytologist 01/2015; 205(2):468-71.
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