The study has been published in the American Journal of Botany.
What does AJB stand for?
AJB stands for American Journal of Botany
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- African Journal of Biotechnology
- Ageless Jazz Band (Ithaca, New York)
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- Alice James Books
- Alliance Judo Ballancourt (French judo club)
- Alsjeblieft (Dutch: Please)
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- Ambler Junior Baseball (Pennsylvania)
- America’s Job Bank
- American Journal of Bioethics
- Amt für Jugend und Berufsberatung (German: office for youth and vocational guidance)
- Anglo Japanese Brewing Co. (Nagano, Japan)
- Arizona Judicial Branch
- Arrondissementaal Justitieel Beraad (Dutch)
- Arthur's Job Base (website)
- Asociación Judicial Bonaerense
- Associação Junguiana do Brasil (Portugese)
- Association des Journalistes du Burkina (French: Journalists Association of Burkina; Burkina Faso)
- Assorted Jelly Beans (band)
- Astronomischer Jahresbericht (German)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The results are published in the American Journal of Botany .
Moreover, knowing that Chilean spuds also succumbed to the blight could have better informed efforts to breed resistant taters, the researchers report in February's American Journal of Botany.
Temperature drives these color changes, Lacey and Herr report in the June American Journal of Botany.
Another test suggested that this difference came not from the delivery of extra pollen, but from the effect of the flowers' orientation on pollen growth, the researchers say in the May American Journal of Botany.
The effect boosted pollen production 84 percent compared with unheated plots, the researchers report in the November 2002 American Journal of Botany.
Two species sprouted--moth mullein and a mallow called cheeses (Malva rotundifolia)--the researchers report in the August American Journal of Botany.