Mycorrhiza (2018) 28:209–211 https://doi.org/10.1007/s00572-018-0824-1 EDITORIAL 1 2 Jan V. Colpaert & David P. Janos Published online: 5 February 2018 Springer-Verlag GmbH Germany, part of Springer Nature 2018 The first issue of Mycorrhiza appeared in September, 1991, thus Vivienne, who had been a member of the editorial board since th the journal recently has passed its 25 , Bsilver^ anniversary year. the journal’s inception. With Vivienne’s appointment, there As the world has changed, so has our journal grown, prospered, also was an expansion of the editorial board. Notably in and most importantly, evolved in response to the progress of 1996, the year of the first International Conference on th mycorrhiza research and the needs of Bmycorrhizasts.^ Herein, Mycorrhizae (ICOM), Mycorrhiza included the 6 edition of we briefly reprise the journal’s past and look forward to the the BInternational Directory of Mycorrhizologists^ (Furlan future with especial attention to the important question of how 1996) which previously had been distributed to participants to get your manuscript published in Mycorrhiza. at the North American Conference on Mycorrhizae (NACOM) which, together with the European Symposium on Mycorrhizae (ESM), was a forerunner of the ICOM. Editorial history In 1997 (Volume 7, Number 1), Mike Allen
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