I am happy to publish diverse articles in
the IAS Newsletter and welcome scientific as well as nonscientific articles.
The two articles that you are referring to happened to be in a journal format.
I do not know if these articles were peer-reviewed or not. You would have to contact
the authors about that.
The IAS Newsletter is not going to be
considered a second venue for research but a forum for all kinds of information
to the aroid community.
Thank you for your interest in the IAS
All the best,
Editor, IAS Newsletter
Carla V. Kostelac | Assistant to Tom
Croat | Research Specialist, Araceae
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I notice something new in the Newsletter: articles that follow the format of a
journal publication. Is the Newsletter going to be considered a second
venue for such research? Are these articles peer-reviewed, as those in Aroideana