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What is in a name? The need for accurate scientific nomenclature for plants.
ETHNOPHARMACOLOGICAL RELEVANCE To avoid ambiguities and error, ethnopharmacological and any other research on plants requires precise and appropriate use of botanical scientific nomenclature. AIMSExpand
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Árnica: a multivariate analysis of the botany and ethnopharmacology of a medicinal plant complex in the Iberian Peninsula and the Balearic Islands.
ETHNOPHARMACOLOGICAL RELEVANCE Medicinal plant complexes of different species sharing vernacular names, morphological and aromatic characteristics and uses are common in traditional medicine ofExpand
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Patterns of spatial and temporal variations in soil salinity: example of a salt marsh in a semiarid climate
Spatial and temporal variations in soil salinity were measured in a salt marsh in semi‐arid southeastern Spain. A total of 108 samples were taken from the top 20 cm of soil during 2 years in aExpand
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Major plant communities of warm North American deserts
A syntaxonomic study of the major plant communi- ties in neotropical North American deserts (Sonoran, Mojave and Baja California Deserts) is presented. The field method of the Braun-Blanquet approachExpand
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Securing a wireless sensor network for human tracking: a review of solutions
This paper evaluates different security schemes applied to human tracking applications, based on a real-case scenario. Expand
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Shrubland formations and associations in mediterranean-desert transitional zones of northwestern Baja California
The area between Ensenada and EI Rosario (Baja California, Mexico) has long been considered as a transitional zone in which two great ecoclimatic regions (Mediterranean and Tropical-Desert) overlap.Expand
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Soil‐Vegetation relationships in two coastal salt marshes in Southeastern Spain
Soil and plant zonation were studied in two salt marsh areas of southeastern Spain. The areas were selected because of the diversity of vegetation and their good use of conservation. Plots wereExpand
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Morphological Systematics of Date-Palm Diversity (Phoenix, Arecaceae) in Western Europe and Some Preliminary Molecular Results
In the Southeast of the Iberian Peninsula lies the largest traditional date-palm (Phoenix dactylifera) cultivation area, at the northern limit of this species in the western Mediterranean. Large palmExpand
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Systematics of the high mountain taxa of the genus Sideritis L. section Sideritis, subsection Fruticulosae Obón & D. Rivera (Lamiaceae)
Abstract Section Sideritis is an extremely diversified group which is formed mainly by species growing at low altitude. The group of high altitude taxa of this section is polyphyletic and has beenExpand
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