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Similar but not equivalent: ecological niche comparison across closely–related Mexican white pines
Aim In the face of global environmental change, identifying the factors that shape the ecological niches of species and understanding the mechanisms behind them can help to draft effectiveExpand
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Remote sensing data can improve predictions of species richness by stacked species distribution models: a case study for Mexican pines
Aim Remote sensing data have been used in a growing number of studies to directly predict species richness or to improve the performance of species distribution models (SDMs), but their suitabilityExpand
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Phylogenetic Relationships of Pinus Subsection Ponderosae Inferred from Rapidly Evolving cpDNA Regions
Abstract Pinus subsection Ponderosae includes approximately 17 tree species distributed from western Canada to Nicaragua. We inferred phylogenetic relationships of multiple accessions for all widelyExpand
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Biodiversidad de Pinophyta (coníferas) en México
Las coniferas (Pinophyta) son arboles o arbustos con hojas simples y estructuras fertiles arregladas en conos polinicos simples y conos ovulados compuestos, excepto en Taxaceae. Las coniferas son losExpand
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Noncoding chloroplast DNA variation in Mexican pines
Universal primers were used for PCR amplification of three noncoding regions of chloroplast DNA in order to study restriction site variation in 12 Mexican pine species. Two length mutations wereExpand
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The leaf oil of Juniperus martinezii Perez de la Rosa and taxonomic status
ABSTRACT The essential leaf oil of juniperus martinezii, from the type locality, is dominated by α-pinene, camphor, sabinene, terpinen-4-ol, β-phellandrene, myrcene, linalool, kaur-16-ene, and bornylExpand
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Pinus georginae (Pinaceae), a new species from western Jalisco, Mexico
Pinus georginae is described and illustrated as a new endemic species from the valleys in the southern basin of Río Ameca, Jalisco, western Mexico. It is closely related to Pinus praetermissa;Expand
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Pinus vallartensis (Pinaceae), a new species from western Jalisco, Mexico
We propose and describe Pinus vallartensis Perez de la Rosa & Gernandt as a new species from western Jalisco, Mexico. The pine occurs near the southern limit of the Sierra Occidental at theExpand
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Morphological, Molecular, and Ecological Divergence in Pinus douglasiana and P. maximinoi
Abstract Pinus douglasiana and P. maximinoi (Pinus subsection Ponderosae) are closely-related New World pines with vague taxonomic boundaries where their natural ranges overlap in western Mexico.Expand
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