American Society of Plant Biologists
Founded in 1924, The American Society of Plant Biology promotes the growth and development of
plant biology, encourages and published research in plant biology, and
promotes the interests and growth of plant scientists in general.
ASPB membership spans six continents, and the Society plays a key role
in uniting the international plant science community. The Society also
publishes Plant Physiology® and The Plant Cell journals, as well as
Teaching Tools in Plant Biology.
Teaching Tools in Plant Biology, published by the American Society of Plant Biologists,
combines up-to-date peer-reviewed research-based content with flexible presentation
components that can be used alone or integrated into your lesson plans so that
you can confidently present these exciting topics in your classroom. We’ve
addressed the stress and pressure busy educators face when devising course
material by providing a short essay introducing each topic, PowerPoint slides, and
suggested readings. An editorial innovation of The Plant Cell,
one of the most trusted names in plant biology.
Click here to download the Teaching Tools in Plant Biology brochure.
The following six Teaching Tools do not require a subscription.
- Why Study Plants?–First posted October 21, 2009, revised February 25, 2011
- Introduction to Phytohormones–First posted March 30, 2010, revised June 16, 2011
- The Small RNA World–First posted February 26, 2010, revised May 3, 2013
- Epigenetics–First posted January 29, 2010, revised March 11, 2016
- Leaf Development 1 (Evolutionary and Developmental Origins of Leaves)–First posted November 30, 2009, revised October 23, 2012
- Leaf Development 2 (Genetic Control of Leaf Development)–First posted December 30, 2009, revised January 4, 2013
Plant Physiology®, established in 1926, is one of the world’s oldest and most respected international plant science journals.
Its impact factor places it among the top four plant science primary research journals, and it is the most frequently cited
plant science journal, with nearly nearly 81,000 citations in 2018. Its five-year impact factor is 7.024. The journal bridges
basic plant science and other fields such as molecular evolution, functional genomics, proteomics, structural biology, and
The Plant Cell In 1989, ASPB began publishing The Plant Cell to cover cutting-edge research of special significance,
especially in the areas of cellular biology, molecular genetics, development, and evolution. Its five-year impact
factor is 9.848
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