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A global infrageneric classification system for the genus Crotalaria (Leguminosae) based on molecular and morphological evidence
Crotalaria is a large genus of 702 species with its centre of diversity in tropical Africa and Madagascar and secondary radiations in other parts of the world. The current infrageneric classificationExpand
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A revision of Lebeckia sect. Lebeckia: The L. pauciflora and L. wrightii groups (Fabaceae, Crotalarieae)
Abstract All 14 species of the type section of the genus Lebeckia Thunb. are endemic to the Cape Floristic Region and are easily recognized by their phyllodinous, acicular (needle-shaped) leaves. TenExpand
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A Taxonomic Revision of Amphitrichae, a New Section of Crotalaria (Fabaceae)
Abstract Crotalaria sect. Amphitrichae is described as new to give formal recognition to a strongly supported clade revealed by a recent molecular systematic study. The five known species areExpand
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The distribution of blaSHV, blaTEM and blaCTX-M genes in Klebsiella pneumoniae and Escherichiae coli clinical isolates at a tertiary hospital in South Africa
Background: Acinetobacter species are important pathogen ausing severe and life threatening infections. They emerge as ignificant nosocomial pathogens in the hospital setting and are esponsible forExpand
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Producing a plant diversity portal for South Africa
The National Research Foundation (grant reference number: UID92629) and Royal Society (grant reference number: SA140038) are thanked for the funding that was awarded to host an e-Flora workshop inExpand
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A taxonomic revision of the Thesium goetzeanum species complex (Santalaceae) from Lesotho, South Africa and Swaziland.
Abstract The genus Thesium L. is in urgent need of revision and has been identified as a priority genus for taxonomic research in South Africa. The revision of 16 morphologically similar grasslandExpand
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A revision of Lebeckia sect. Lebeckia: The L. sepiaria group
Abstract The type section of the genus Lebeckia (sect. Lebeckia ) comprises 12 species with simple, acicular leaves, all endemic to the Cape Floristic Region. As a first step towards a revision ofExpand
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The systematic significance of morphological and anatomical variation in fruits of Crotalaria and related genera of tribe Crotalarieae (Fabaceae)
The phylogenetic and taxonomic significance of morphological and anatomical trends in fruits of tribe Crotalarieae has been evaluated, with emphasis on the genus Crotalaria and its seeminglyExpand
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