Botanical Gazette was the name used for much of the 19th and 20th centuries for a journal of plant sciences published by the University of Chicago Press. The journal is now known as the International Journal of Plant Sciences.
Botanical Gazette began in 1875 as the Botanical Bulletin, but changed its name to the Botanical Gazette the following year. Issue copyright renewals began with the June 1953 issue. In 1992, the journal name changed to the International Journal of Plant Sciences, under which it still published today.
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