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Cytotoxic activity of four Mexican medicinal plants.
Ibervillea sonorae Greene, Cucurbita ficifolia Bouché, Tagetes lucida Cav and Justicia spicigera Scheltdd are Mexican native plants used in the treatment of different illnesses. The ethanolic extractExpand
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LAS EPÍFITAS VASCULARES DEL ESTADO DE HIDALGO, MÉXICO: DIVERSIDAD Y DISTRIBUCIÓN
Based on the recollection of botanical specimens in different regions of the state of Hidalgo and the study of herbarium material deposited in several institutional collections, supplemented by aExpand
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Bromeliad flora of Oaxaca, Mexico: richness and distribution
The current knowledge of the bromeliad flora of the state of Oaxaca, Mexico is presented. Oaxaca is the Mexican state with the largest number of bromeliad species. Based on the study of 2,624Expand
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Taxonomic and nomenclatural status of the Mexican species in the Tillandsia viridiflora complex (Bromeliaceae)
Based on a systematic study of the Mexican species in the Tillandsia viridiflora complex, the taxonomic and nomenclatural status of these species is clarified. The former synonym T. macropetala isExpand
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La familia Bromeliaceae en México
Background : Bromeliaceae family in Mexico has been the object of interest by botanists since 1789; their systematic study was approached from the 1970s onwards, and now there are significantExpand
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Bromeliad Flora of Chiapas State, Mexico: Richness and Distribution
The current knowledge of the Bromeliad Flora of the state of Chiapas, Mexico, is presented. Based on the study of 5,495 herbarium specimens corresponding to 3,233 collections, and in a detailedExpand
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A current estimate of angiosperm diversity in Mexico
The importance of documenting the plants of Mexico is undeniable considering its status as a country with biological megadiversity on one hand and the accelerated destruction of its ecosystems on theExpand
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A New Species of Hechtia (Bromeliaceae) from Chihuahua, Mexico
Abstract.  Hechtia edulis I. Ramírez, Espejo & López-Ferr. (Bromeliaceae) is described and illustrated from Copper Canyon National Park, Chihuahua, Mexico. The new entity is characterized by itsExpand
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Las monocotiledóneas nativas del Corredor Biológico Chichinautzin
El Corredor Biologico Chichinautzin es una Area Natural Protegida que cuenta con una extension de 65,901 ha. En la zona se presenta una amplia variacion ambiental y se encuentran representados sieteExpand
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Dos nuevas especies de Hechtia (Bromeliaceae) de México
Hechtia nuusaviorum and H. perotensis are described and illustrated. the former is a species endemic to Oaxaca and the second is known from Veracruz and Pue...
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