Journal of Botanical Research publishes original research papers that offers a rapid review and publication that freely disseminates research findings in all areas of Botany including Phytogeography, Floristics, Plant Biochemistry, Systematics and more . The Journal focuses on innovations of research methods at all stages and is committed to providing theoretical and practical experience for all those who are involved in these fields.

Journal of Botanical Research aims to discover innovative methods, theories and studies in Botany by publishing original articles, case studies and comprehensive reviews.

The scope of the papers in this journal includes, but is not limited to:

  • Phytogeography
  • Plant Chemistry
  • Evolution
  • Systemactics
  • Distribution and Recording
  • Taxonomy
  • Plant / Animal Interactions
  • Plant Biochemistry
  • Ecology
  • Ecological Genetics

Vol. 5 , Iss. 1 (January 2023)


  • Former Botanical Garden of ORSTOM (Côte d’Ivoire): What Remain after Thirty Years of Abandonment and Forest Restoration

    Ouattara Noufou Doudjo, Ouattara Ahmed, Douffi Kouakou Guy-Casimir, Koné Dofoungo, Coulibaly Brahima, Bakayoko Adama

    Article ID: 5367
    26  (Abstract) 20  (Download)

    Botanical gardens represent important places for ex situ conservation. One of these botanical gardens has been abandoned in Côte d’Ivoire for 30 years. This is the former botanical garden of ORSTOM. This study was conducted to determine the level of diversity of this former garden in order to assess the opportunity for its rehabilitation. The authors...

  • Restoration Planning of Mining Wastelands : A Case Study

    Poonam Jaiswal

    Article ID: 5479
    0  (Abstract) 1  (Download)

    Mining plays an important role in the economic development of a country. But the consequences of the mining can be seen in the form of degradation of soil, water, and native vegetation, which ultimately results in the disturbance of the local ecosystem. The ecological restoration of such disturbed ecosystems involves the reclamation of soil, conservation...

  • Evaluation of Women’s Contribution in Agroforestry Demonstration through Moringa Species Introduction in Western Oromia, Ethiopia

    Mezgebu Senbeto Duguma, Fikadu Kitaba Tola, Dawit Samuel Teshome

    Article ID: 5508
    0  (Abstract) 7  (Download)

    Agroforestry technologies are very keen practices in most small-scale farming systems where gender issues are not well considered in most developing countries. Moringa is a tropical plant that consists of 13 species, while five of them are found in Ethiopia. This study aimed to evaluate the potential and contribution of women in agroforestry demonstrations where Moringa...

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