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Making the Russian flora visible: fast digitisation of the Moscow University Herbarium (MW) in 2015
Digitisation of collections (databasing of label information and imaging) is a recent trend in herbarium management (Flannery, 2012). Public access to such information via the Internet makesExpand
Contribution to the flora of Asian and European countries: new national and regional vascular plant records, 7
Abstract The paper presents new records for 29 vascular plant species from 12 Eurasian countries. Seven taxa (Agave sisalana, Austrocylindropuntia subulata, Lagurus ovatus subsp. nanus, OpuntiaExpand
Taxonomic circumscription and distribution of a glandular Eurasian entity from the Eragrostis pilosa complex (Poaceae)
E. amurensis is a species of riverside habitats and is widely distributed in temperate Eurasia and has recently invaded some areas of Eastern Europe and is still colonizing new watercourses. Expand
Allium nathaliae (Alliaceae), a new species from the Crimea (Ukraine, Europe), and taxonomic notes on the related species A. erubescens C. Koch
An endemic plant of the Crimean Mountains, this species with acute perianth segments which are curved outwards was formerly accounted for the Crimea as A. erubescens and should be excluded from the Crimean (and European) flora. Expand
Molecular and morphological revision of the Allium saxatile group (Amaryllidaceae): geographical isolation as the driving force of underestimated speciation
A morphological and molecular revision of the group, a thorough nomenclatural study of available names and the reconstruction of possible phylogenetic relationships in the A.’saxatile group are studied. Expand
The Eurasian steppe belt in time and space: Phylogeny and historical biogeography of the false flax (Camelina Crantz, Camelineae, Brassicaceae)
Abstract Stretching 8000 km from the Pannonian basin and the Danube delta in the West to the Manchuria region in the East and reaching up to 1000 km in width, the Eurasian steppe belt is the vastestExpand
A novel strategy for isolation and determination of sugars and sugar alcohols from conifers.
The developed approach was validated by multiple successive extraction method applied to test its performance on a series of 10 samples, i.e. 2 samples per each of 5 genera: Abies, Larix, Picea, Pinus (Pinaceae) and Juniperus (Cupressaceae), widely distributed in the boreal conifer forests of Eurasia. Expand
New national and regional bryophyte records, 56
Systematische und Evolutionäre Botanik, Universität Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, CA, USA, Institute of Biology Bucharest of Romanian Academy, Bucharest,Expand