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The genus «Aristolochia» L. (Aristolochiaceae) in Italy
- E. Nardi
The attention was focused on the flower morphological characters, frequently disregarded, and on the chromosome numbers, which resulted in the systematic, nomenclatural and chorological rearrangement of the genus with special regard to Italy.
The genus Aristolochia L. (Aristolochiaceae) in Greece
- E. Nardi
Hodamae Dingier is definitively proved to be synonym of A. hirta and insularis, previously known as endemic to the N-tyrrhenian area, is recognized as new to the Greek flora.
Nomenclatural notes and typification in Sesleria Scop. (Poaceae)
After a close examination of the historical aspects of the typification of Sesleria caerulea, the correct names of the two allied species of the group are established and the types of the names S. albicans and S. uliginosa are designated.
Palynological contribution to the systematics of Rindera and the allied genera Paracaryum and Solenanthus (Boraginaceae-Cynoglosseae)
Pollen characters support the placement of S. hupehensis in a subgenus of its own, S. Silvestria, named after the discoverer of this species.
Molecular evidence of polyphyletism in the plant genus Carum L. (Apiaceae)
An analysis of internal transcribed spacer (ITS) DNA sequences of the four species of Carum L. (Apiaceae) known in Italy revealed that this genus is polyphyletic and Hellenocarum multiflorum and C. heldreichii formed a well supported clade.
Anchusella, a new genus ofBoraginaceae from the Central-Eastern Mediterranean
Karyological and eco-chorological aspects are consistent with morphological data in pointing to the autonomy of this genus, which appears characterized by autapomorphic, advanced traits.
Lectotypification of Taxa Belonging to the “Festuca Circummediterranea” Group
Lectotypification of taxa belonging to the “Festuca circummediterranea” group is reported, with a new lectotype proposed for Festuca duriuscula var.
The phylogenetic relationships of Cynoglottis (Boraginaceae- Boragineae) inferred from ITS, 5.8S and trnL sequences
- F. Selvi, A. Papini, H. Hilger, M. Bigazzi, E. Nardi
- BiologyPlant Systematics and Evolution
- 14 June 2004
ITS-5.8S sequences show that Anchusa thessala, a southeastern European annual species of Anchusa subg.
Wild bees in agroecosystems and semi-natural landscapes. 1997-2000 collection period in Italy
The diversity of the Italian bee fauna was investigated over a four-year period at 52 sites in 8 Italian regions of Italy, with Halictidae being more abundant in Northern Italy and Anthophoridae more plentiful in the South.
Contribution to the knowledge of the vascular flora of Monte Beni and Sasso di Castro, two ultramafic mountains in Upper Mugello (Northern Tuscany)
Abstract The results of an analytical survey of the flora of Monte Beni and Sasso di Castro, two ultramafic mountains in Northern Tuscany, are reported. The survey resulted in 468 spontaneous…