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An inventory of vascular plants endemic to Italy
For the purpose of the present study we considered as Italian endemics those specific and subspecific taxa occurring in Italy that are not found elsewhere with the exception of Corsica (France) and… Expand
Karyotype asymmetry: again, how to measure and what to measure?
Abstract One of the most popular, cheap and widely used approaches in comparative cytogenetics – especially by botanists – is that concerning intrachromosomal and interchromosomal karyotype… Expand
Lista Rossa della Flora Italiana : 1. Policy Species e altre specie minacciate
An updated checklist of the vascular flora alien to Italy
Abstract An updated inventory of the vascular flora alien to Italy, providing details on the occurrence at regional level, is presented. The checklist includes 1597 species, subspecies, and hybrids,… Expand
An updated checklist of the vascular flora native to Italy
Abstract An updated inventory of the native vascular flora of Italy, providing details on the occurrence at regional level, is presented. The checklist includes 8195 taxa (6417 species and 1778… Expand
A tool for the analysis of chromosomes: KaryoType
Integrazioni alla checklist della flora vascolare italiana
CONTI F., ALESSANDRINI A., BACCHETTA G., BANFI E., BARBERIS G., BARTOLUCCI F., BERNARDO L., BONACQUISTI S., BOUVET D., BOVIO M., BRUSA G., DEL GUACCHIO E., FOGGI B., FRATTINI S., GALASSO G., GALLO… Expand
Phytochemical and biological studies of Stachys species in relation to chemotaxonomy: a review.
The genus Stachys is comprised of about 300 species spread throughout the world, hence representing one of the largest genera of the Lamiaceae. Several Stachys species have been exploited in… Expand
Phylogenetic relationships of Italian Bellevalia species (Asparagaceae), inferred from morphology, karyology and molecular systematics
- A. Borzatti Von Loewenstern, T. Giordani, G. Astuti, A. Andreucci, L. Peruzzi
- 1 September 2013
The seven Bellevalia species and subspecies known from Italy, representing about 10% of the genus and three out of six sections, were studied. An integrated morphological, karyological and molecular… Expand