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Quantitative Ethnobotany and Amazonian Conservation
We use quantitative ethnobotanical data to compare the usefulness of six floristically distinct forest types to mestizo people at Tambopata, southeast Peru. We aim to evaluate which forest types areExpand
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A Plastid Gene Phylogeny of the Yam Genus, Dioscorea: Roots, Fruits and Madagascar
Abstract Following recent phylogenetic studies of the families and genera of Dioscoreales, the identification of monophyletic infrageneric taxa in the pantropical genus Dioscorea is a priority. AExpand
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Phylogenetics of Dioscoreales based on combined analyses of morphological and molecular data
Relationships of Dioscoreales are examined by combined analysis of three molecular data sets (plastid rbcL, atpB and nuclear 18S rDNA genes) and a morphological data set. The combined analysisExpand
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Plant species identification using digital morphometrics: A review
We review the main computational, morphometric and image processing methods that have been used in recent years to analyze images of plants, introducing readers to relevant botanical concepts along the way. Expand
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Deep-plant: Plant identification with convolutional neural networks
This paper studies convolutional neural networks (CNN) to learn unsupervised feature representations for 44 different plant species, collected at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, England. Expand
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Yams reclassified: a recircumscription of Dioscoreaceae and Dioscoreales
Analyses of morphological and molecular characters for Dioscoreales Hook, f. (Chase & al., 1995b; Caddick & al., 2000a; Caddick & al., 2002) have redefined the order, which now comprises threeExpand
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Monocot systematics: a combined analysis
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Late Cretaceous–Early Eocene origin of yams (Dioscorea, Dioscoreaceae) in the Laurasian Palaearctic and their subsequent Oligocene–Miocene diversification
Aim Dioscorea (Dioscoreaceae) is a predominantly pantropical genus (< 600 species) that includes the third most important tropical tuber crop and species of pharmacological value. Fossil recordsExpand
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A Morphological Cladistic Analysis of the Ipomoeeae (Convolvulaceae)
A cladistic analysis of the tribe Ipomoeeae based on 45 morphological and palynological characters is presented; the results obtained suggest that 1) the Ipomoeeae is monophyletic 2) all of theExpand
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