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Heathlands confronting global change: drivers of biodiversity loss from past to future scenarios.
  • J. Fagúndez
  • Environmental Science, Medicine
  • Annals of botany
  • 1 February 2013
BACKGROUND Heathlands are dynamic plant communities characterized by a high cover of sclerophyllous, ericoid shrubs that develop over nutrient-poor soils. Interest in the preservation of theseExpand
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Systematic relevance of seed coat anatomy in the European heathers (Ericeae, Ericaceae)
The anatomy of the seed coat of the European species of tribe Ericeae (Calluna, Daboecia and Erica) of the Ericaceae family was studied, and the taxonomic importance of their characters was analyzed.Expand
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Grazing effects on plant diversity in the endemic Erica mackayana heathland community of north-west Spain
Background: Large areas of heathland landscapes in Galicia, north-west Spain, have traditionally been extensively grazed by free-ranging cattle and wild ponies. Recently, a large reduction in theExpand
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Nuevos datos de flora vascular exótica en Galicia (noroeste de la Península Ibérica)
Durante la realizacion de un estudio sobre la flora exotica invasora en Galicia se han constatado algunas localidades de 11 neofitos poco conocidos en la comunidad gallega. Acer negundo L., CyperusExpand
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Study of Some European Wild Hybrids of Erica L. (Ericaceae), with Descriptions of a New Nothospecies: Erica ×Nelsonii Fagúndez and a New Nothosubspecies: Erica ×Veitchii Nothosubsp. Asturica Fagúndez
Abstract Fagúndez, J. (2012). Study of some European wild hybrids of Erica L. (Ericaceae), with descriptions of a new nothospecies: Erica ×nelsonii Fagúndez and a new nothosubspecies: Erica ×veitchiiExpand
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New wild Brassica oleracea L. germplasm at its western distribution limit in the Iberian Peninsula
An exploration and collection mission for wild Brassica oleracea populations was carried out in spring and summer of 2013. The aim of this collection was to expand the number of accessions of wildExpand
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Changes in the potential distribution of invasive plant species in continental Spain in response to climate change
ABSTRACT Background: Climate change may increase the risk of biological invasions. However, current knowledge of this interaction is limited. Aims: We aimed to quantify (1) the effect of climateExpand
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