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Botany Letters

Research Prize

About the prize

Botany Letters (formerly Acta Botanica Gallica) is an international scientific journal, published by Taylor & Francis on behalf of the French Botanical Society (Société botanique de France). The journal welcomes all manuscripts dealing with plants and plant science in a broad sense, especially interdisciplinary studies.

In order to support plant research and Botany Letters' contribution to the development of botany, each year the Société botanique de France distributes one or more research prize(s). These prizes are awarded to the best paper(s) published in the previous year, and are intended to support the future research of the corresponding author(s). Prize-winners are announced in February each year.

To find out more about the research published by Botany Letters, read the journal's Aims & Scope.

We are pleased to announce the winner of the Botany Letters research prize 2019 for the best article published in Botany Letters in the previous year. Sandrine Moja and colleagues will receive €5,000 to pursue their research for "A comparative study of terpene composition in different clades of the genus Lavandula”. It appeared in volume 165 issue 3-4 of the journal, in September 2018. The winning article is currently free to access until March, 2020.