Plant Molecular Biology 44: v–vi, 2000. © 2000 Kluwer Academic Publishers. Printed in the Netherlands. The editorial below concerning the Free Flow of Ideas, Information and Materials has been cosigned by the editors-in-chief of six major plant journals. The Editors and the Editorial Boards they represent are concerned with maintaining a spirit of openness that has been vital to progress in the fundamental plant sciences. As a result, Plant Molecular Biology has adopted a policy that authors who wish to publish their work in this journal are required to make available the information and materials described in their papers to interested parties for non- proﬁt research. A fuller description of the requirements of authors with regard to this policy will be included in a forthcoming revision of the Instruction to Authors. Stephen H. Howell Editor-in-Chief of Plant Molecular Biology THE FREE FLOW OF IDEAS, INFORMATION, AND MATERIALS Our relations with one another are like a stone arch, which would collapse if the stones did not mutually support each other Seneca the Younger “On the Usefulness of Basic Principles” Moral Letters to Lucilius (63–65 A.D.) Scientiﬁc inquiry thrives only in a society that fosters the free ﬂow of ideas and
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