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Ecosystems of Florida.
Guide to the Vascular Plants of Florida. Second Edition
This author’s latest fieldwork efforts in Africa, between October and December 2003, lead her to prize the reports contained in this volume, which will provide readers with a glimpse of some of the topics that are currently under investigation in Africa.
Medicinal Plants of the World. An Illustrated Scientific Guide to Important Medicinal Plants and Their Uses
  • D. Austin
  • Environmental Science
  • 1 September 2004
This book is a valuable collection of case studies from areas in Latin America, Asia, Africa, Europe, and North America that work together to help us gain a better understanding of the intricate relationship between women, plants, and the environment.
A synopsis of Ipomoea (Convolvulaceae) in the Americas
The genus Ipomoea comprises the largest number of species within the Convolvulaceae. Throughout the world Ipomoea is usually estimated to contain c. 500 species (e.g., Mabberley, 1989; McDonald &
RFLP Evaluation of Nine Medicago Accessions Representing the Original Germplasm Sources for North American Alfalfa Cultivars
All alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) cultivars grown in North America originate from nine germplasm sources introduced into the USA from different geographic regions, and the level of genetic diversity within and among these accessions is not known.
Classification of Convolvulaceae: A Phylogenetic Approach
A formal reclassification of Convolvulaceae reveals that many homoplasious characters were emphasized in previous classifications, resulting in formal recognition of non-monophyletic groups.