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Apomixis in the interspecific triploid hybrid fern Cornopteris christenseniana (Woodsiaceae)
Cytogenetic observations and culture experiments suggest that C. christenseniana is an incipient apomict, and Morphological and cytological studies show that, of 41 young plants of Cornopteris that have been propagated naturally in the Fern Garden of the Botanical Gardens, University of Tokyo, 30 plants are the sterile C.christenseniana.
Analysis of traditional knowledge of medicinal plants from residents in Gayasan National Park (Korea)
The results of the inter-network analysis will provide a suitable plan for sustainable preservation of the national park through a continued study of the data and specific species of medicinal plants need to be protected for a balanced plant ecosystem within the park.
Effects of Superabsorbent Polymer on Cyanobacterial Biological Soil Crust Formation in Laboratory
Numerous attempts have been made to control desertification and restore soil by inducing biological soil crusts (BSCs) formation through inoculation with cyanobacteria or application of soil fixing
Population genomic analysis suggests strong influence of river network on spatial distribution of genetic variation in invasive saltcedar across the southwestern United States
It is hypothesized that large‐scale geographic patterns in genetic diversity resulted from a combination of early introductions from distinct populations, the subsequent influence of natural selection, dispersal barriers and founder effects during range expansion.
Does future climate change facilitate expansion of evergreen broad-leaved tree species in the human-disturbed landscape of the Korean Peninsula? Implication for monitoring design of the impact
M. thunbergii is considered to be most appropriate species for monitoring the changes of horizontal distributions above all focal evergreen broad-leaved tree species if anthropogenic effects are incorporated.
Rapid development of cyanobacterial crust in the field for combating desertification
Application of cyanobacteria with superabsorbent polymer and TKS7 (CST) remarkably improved macro-aggregate stability against water and erodibility against wind after 12 months of inoculation when compared to the control soil.
Combined application of cyanobacteria with soil fixing chemicals for rapid induction of biological soil crust formation
ABSTRACT Combined applications of cyanobacteria with soil fixing chemicals were investigated to generate artificially induced biological soil crust (BSC). Polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) and Tacki-Spray
Rare and Threatened Pteridophytes of Asia 1. An Enumeration of Narrowly Distributed Taxa
A list of narrowly distributed Asian pteridophyte taxa towards an assessment of glob- ally threatened species is provided. Of the total 886 taxa (835 species and 51 infraspecific taxa) enumerated,
Draft Genome Sequence of Endocarpon pusillum Strain KoLRILF000583
The draft genome sequence of a lichen-forming fungus, E. pusillum strain KoLRILF000583, has a size of 37,173,200 bp with a GC content of 49.71%, consisting of 40 scaffolds.