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Alien plants in checklists and floras: towards better communication between taxonomists and ecologists
The number of studies dealing with plant invasions is increasing rapidly, but the accumulating body of knowledge has unfortunately also spawned increasing confusion about terminology. Invasions are aExpand
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Synopsis of the Genera and Suprageneric Taxa of Euphorbiaceae
This revised synopsis of the taxa of Euphorbiaceae recognizes, and provides keys to, 5 subfamilies, 49 tribes, and 317 genera. Two new tribes, Croizatieae and Podocalyceae, are proposed, as well asExpand
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A provisional synopsis of the sections of the genus Croton (Euphorbiaceae)
The 19th century classification of Croton by Muller Argoviensis is highly artificial. A revised system that incorporates the sections proposed by Baillon and Grisebach is presented, with a key to theExpand
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CONSPECTUS OF A NEW CLASSIFICATION OF THE EUPHORBIACEAE
Summary A new classification of the suprageneric taxa of Euphorbiaceae is presented in outline, including a key to the five subfamilies recognized. Latin descriptions are provided for seven newExpand
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Systematic distribution of foliar trichome types in Croton (Euphorbiaceae)
Abstract Variation in foliar trichomes in Croton (Euphorbiaceae) is reviewed, and the terminology clarified by redefinitions and illustrations of terms. Evolution of trichome types appears to proceedExpand
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SYSTEMATICS OF PHOTOSYNTHETIC CARBON FIXATION PATHWAYS IN EUPHORBIA
Summary Using the technique of carbon isotopic ratio determinations, 20 selected species of Euphorbia (s. lat.) have been investigated to determine their metabolic status. Previous work is reviewed,Expand
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