The Journal of Japanese Botany
 
 
The Journal of Japanese Botany was started by Tomitaro Makino in April 1916. He edited the Journal through vol. 8 in 1933. Subsequently, the Journal has been edited by the Editorial Board from vol. 9 no. 1 in May 1933 to the present issue. The Editorial Board has been represented by Yasuhiko Asahina (1933–1975), Hiroshi Hara (1975–1987), Shoji Shibata (1987–2006), and Hiroyoshi Ohashi (2006–present). The Journal was published first by Makino’s company, ‘Shokubutsu-Kenkyû-Zasshi-Sha,’ then by Tsumura Laboratory from vol. 3 in 1926 and further by Tsumura & Co. from vol. 81 in 2006. The Journal has promoted the development of research and the study of systematic botany, pharmacognosy and related disciplines. It is among the highly regarded journals in its field.
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The current issue
Vol.90 No.2 (April 2015)

Originals
Prashant Keshav Pusalkar and Devendra Kumar Singh: Taxonomic Rearrangement of Arenaria (Caryophyllaceae) in Indian Western Himalaya ... 77
Yuichi Kadota: Systematic Studies of Parasenecio (Asteraceae-Senecioneae) I. Parasenecio katoanus, a New Species from Yamagata Prefecture, Northern Honshu, Japan ... 92
Kwang Hee Moon, Minoru Nakanishi, Yoko Futagami and Hiroyuki Kashiwadani: Studies on Cambodian Species of Graphidaceae (Ostropales, Ascomycota) (II) ... 98
Taiki Yamauchi, Hayato Maruyama, Shinji Uchida, Seiji Mukai, Hiromi Tsubota and Jun Wasaki: A New Finding of Cluster Roots Formed by Helicia cochinchinensis (Proteaceae) from Japan ... 103
Xiao-Feng Jin, Hiroshi Ikeda, Okihito Yano, Wei-Jie Chen and Ying-Ying Zhou: Carex staintonii, a New Species of Cyperaceae from Nepal ... 109
Hiroyoshi Ohashi: Resurrection of Saionia (Thismiaceae) ... 115
 
 
Notes
Hiroyoshi Ohashi: A New Combination in Magnolia compressa (Magnoliaceae) in the Ryukyus and Taiwan ... 119
Isao Nakamura: Commelina virginica (Commelinaceae), Newly Naturalized in Japan ... 121
Dilip Kumar Roy and Durgesh Verma: Ormosia fordiana (Fabaceae), an Addition to the Flora of India ... 124
Koki Tanaka, Akira Yamawo and Okihito Yano: Seed Dispersal by Ants in Carex oxyandra var. oxyandra (Cyperaceae) from Japan ... 129
Naoya Hayashi and Jiro Tanaka: The First Record of Endangered Freshwater Alga Nemalionopsis tortuosa (Thoreaceae, Rhodophyta) in Tokyo, Japan ... 134
Masao Muramatsu: Occurrence of Pyrus calleryana and Pyrus ×uyematsuana (Rosaceae) in Gifu Prefecture, Honshu, Central Japan ... 137
Masao Muramatsu: Domestic Naturalization of Litsea cubeba (Lauraceae) in Owariasahi, Aichi Prefecture, Honshu, Central Japan ... 141
 
Book review... 144
Errata in Vol. 90 No. 1 (2015)... 146
 
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