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.89 No.5 (October 2014)

Originals
Shinobu Akiyama, Gerard Thijsse, Hans-Joachim Esser and Hideaki Ohba: Siebold and Zuccarini’s Type Specimens and Original Materials from Japan, Part 5. Angiosperms. Dicotyledoneae 4 ... 279
Hoang Thanh Son and Luong Van Dung: Adinandra hongiaoensis (Theaceae), a New Species from Lam Dong, Vietnam ... 331
Masoud Sheidai, Reyhaneh Haji-Ramezanali, Simin Zanganeh, Maryam Nouroozi and Zahra Noormohammadi: Cytogenetic Diversity at Population Level in Iranian Five Species of Genus Cirsium (Asteraceae) ... 335
Katja Fedrowitz, Andreas Frisch, Ulla Kaasalainen and Yoshihito Ohmura: Nephroma squamigerum (Nephromataceae, Lichenized Ascomycota) Is a Distinct Species ... 346
 
Notes
Masaomi Noriyuki and Shigetoshi Okuda: Sciaphila nana (Triuridaceae), New to Tokyo and Rediscovery of the Species in Tochigi Prefecture, Honshu, Japan ... 355
Koji Yonekura and Keizo Sasaki: A New Form of Adiantum pedatum L., f. contractum Yonek. & K. Sasaki (Pteridaceae) ... 360
 
Book reviews ... 362
 
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