The New Phytologist Tansley Medal 2014
Last updated: 14 Jan, 2015
New Phytologist Editors’ Choice February 2015
In this issue’s Editors' Choice we are very proud to highlight and acknowledge the achievements of the winner and finalists of the 2014 New Phytologist Tansley Medal competition. The 2014 Tansley Medal was awarded to William Anderegg of Princeton University for his Minireview titled ‘Spatial and temporal variation in plant hydraulic traits and their relevance for climate change impacts on vegetation’. More information on William and the other finalists can be found in the Editorial by Lennon and Dolan (2014).
The 2014 Tansley Medal winner William R. L. Anderegg, Princeton University, NJ, USA
The Minireviews published in the latest issue of New Phytologist showcase the work of seven outstanding scientists, each of whom are in the early stage of their career, and they also encompass all four sections of New Phytologist: Physiology & Development; Environment; Interaction; and Evolution. This outstanding group of articles underscores the excellence of the 2014 winner and finalists, and we offer our heartfelt congratulations to them all.
Sarah Lennon, Managing Editor New Phytologist
Lancaster, United Kingdom
Anderegg WRL. 2015. Spatial and temporal variation in plant hydraulic traits and their relevance for climate change impacts on vegetation. New Phytologist 205: 1008–1014.
Campbell SA. 2015. Ecological mechanisms for the coevolution of mating systems and defence. New Phytologist 205: 1047–1053.
De Frenne P. 2015. Innovative empirical approaches for inferring climate-warming impacts on plants in remote areas. New Phytologist 205: 1015–1021.
Hollister JD. 2015. Polyploidy: adaptation to the genomic environment. New Phytologist 205: 1034–1039.
Lennon S, Dolan L. 2015. The New Phytologist Tansley Medal 2014. New Phytologist, 205: 951–952
Nakamura M. 2015. Microtubule nucleating and severing enzymes for modifying microtubule array organization and cell morphogenesis in response to environmental cues. New Phytologist 205: 1022–1027.
Saunders DGO. 2015. Hitchhiker's guide to multi-dimensional plant pathology. New Phytologist 205: 1028–1033.
Sloan DB. 2015. Using plants to elucidate the mechanisms of cytonuclear co-evolution. New Phytologist 205: 1040–1046.
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Originally posted 14 January 2015