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Alien plants in checklists and floras: towards better communication between taxonomists and ecologists
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Recommendations are outlined on how to deal with the issue of plant invasions in standard floras with the aim of contributing to a better understanding between taxonomists and ecologists and allowing more detailed comparative analyses of alien floras of various regions of the world.
Synopsis of the Genera and Suprageneric Taxa of Euphorbiaceae
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This revised synopsis of the taxa of Euphorbiaceae recognizes, and provides keys to, 5 subfamilies, 49 tribes, and 317 genera, and proposes two new tribes and four new subtribes.
Classification of the Euphorbiaceae
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The family Euphorbiaceae appears to be monophyletic, despite proposals for segregate families, and Anatomical characters particularly useful for classification include wood structure, laticifer type, trichomes, and stomata.
A provisional synopsis of the sections of the genus Croton (Euphorbiaceae)
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A revised system that incorporates the sections proposed by Baillon and Grisebach is presented, with a key to the 40 sections recognized, along with a description and list of representative species.
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 new
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 proceed
The genera of Euphorbiaceae in the southeastern United States [prim.]
  • G. Webster
  • Environmental Science
    Journal of the Arnold Arboretum.
  • 1968
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