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J19 is a semiannual publication dedicated to publishing articles and reviews on American culture and literature from the late eighteenth to the early twentieth centuries. The journal is dedicated to publishing innovative research on and analysis of the "long nineteenth century" (1783-1914) and is the official publication of C19: The Society of Nineteenth-Century Americanists. Articles are available online from 2013 volume 1 to present here (click the red 'online access' link to view journal content), or in print beginning in 2015 (click here for print holdings information).
The first issue of Nature Plants, a new journal from Nature Publishing Groups, is now available.
From the website:
"Nature Plants is concerned with all aspects of plants be it their evolution, development or metabolism, their interactions with the environment, or their societal significance. Publishing monthly it will have a particular interest in studies that advance knowledge and inform development across a diversity of areas.
Nature Plants is committed to publishing primary research into the molecular biology, physiology and ecology of plants—in both the basic and applied research spheres—as well as investigations into the relationship between humanity and the plant kingdom. In so doing, Nature Plants will provide a fully rounded picture of the most accomplished and significant advances in the plant sciences.
Like all Nature-branded journals, Nature Plants will be characterised by a fair and rigorous peer-review process, high standards of copy-editing and production, swift publication and editorial independence.
In addition to publishing original research, Nature Plants will deliver News, Commentaries, Reviews, News and Views, and Features from across the full range of disciplines concerned with the plant sciences. By providing a holistic approach to the science of plants, Nature Plants will be an invaluable source for researchers, technologists and policy makers alike."
Here are the top ten journals requested through our link resolver for the month of December 2014. A request is generated each time a user clicks a getText link and a clickthrough is generated when a user selects a source for the journal from the menu presented.