Top altmetric scoring papers from The Plant Cell and Plant Physiology – 2017

The American Society of Plant Biologists (ASPB) is a not-for-profit member society, and the publisher of two the top plant science journals, The Plant Cell and Plant Physiology. ASPB is also a member of the Scientific Society Publisher Alliance (SSPA). Like other society-published journals, ASPB’s journals provide authors with the opportunity to have their work validated by peers in a fair manner for publication in a prestigious journal managed by working scientists. By reinvesting in the community, the members of the SSPA are committed to delivering important discoveries worldwide. Publishing your work in The Plant Cell and Plant Physiology enables ASPB to continue its vital work in supporting plant science through undergraduate research fellowships, travel awards, development of educational resources and more. We are also constantly striving to support our authors and promote their work, through blog posts, shares on social media and other forums to ensure that they are discoverable. So, in recognition of some of the most accessed papers in ASPB publications for the past year, we present the top five papers from The Plant Cell and Plant Physiology in terms of their Altmetric Attention Scores. Enjoy!

The Plant Cell

A Global Coexpression Network Approach for Connecting Genes to Specialized Metabolic Pathways in Plants

The Sequences of 1504 Mutants in the Model Rice Variety Kitaake Facilitate Rapid Functional Genomic Studies 

Novel Loci Underlie Natural Variation in Vitamin E Levels in Maize Grain

ePlant: Visualizing and Exploring Multiple Levels of Data for Hypothesis Generation in Plant Biology

De Novo Assembly of a New Solanum pennellii Accession Using Nanopore Sequencing

Plant Physiology

Identification of Novel Growth Regulators in Plant Populations Expressing Random Peptides

The Next Generation of Training for Arabidopsis Researchers: Bioinformatics and Quantitative Biology

Sugar Potentiation of Fatty Acid and Triacylglycerol Accumulation

Hierarchically Aligning 10 Legume Genomes Establishes a Family-Level Genomics Platform

Lux Bacterial Biosensors for in Vivo Spatiotemporal Mapping of Root Secretion



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