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A taxonomic backbone for the global synthesis of species diversity in the angiosperm order Caryophyllales
Abstract Hernández-Ledesma P., Berendsohn W. G., Borsch Th., Mering S. von, Akhani H., Arias S., Castañeda-Noa I., Eggli U., Eriksson R., Flores-Olvera H., Fuentes-Bazán S., Kadereit G., Klak C.,Expand
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Comparative stem anatomy of Mirabilis (Nyctaginaceae)
Mirabilis, a primarily American genus of 50–60 species almost restricted to the New World, is the most diverse within Nyctaginaceae. It not only has the greatest number of species, but also many lifeExpand
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An integrative and dynamic approach for monographing species-rich plant groups - Building the global synthesis of the angiosperm order Caryophyllales
One of the major goals of systematics is to provide a synthesis of knowledge on the diversity of a group of organisms, such as flowering plants. Biodiversity conservation and management call forExpand
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Splitting Echinocactus: morphological and molecular evidence support the recognition of Homalocephala as a distinct genus in the Cacteae
Abstract Molecular phylogenetic studies of the six currently accepted species in the genus Echinocactus have partially clarified certain aspects of its phylogeny. Most of the studies lack a completeExpand
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Trap colour and aggregation pheromone dose affect the catch of western flower thrips in blackberry crops
Frankliniella occidentalis causes significant damage to berry crops in Mexico. Traps may be used for monitoring or mass‐trapping thrips populations. Generally, colour traps are used for monitoringExpand
The Global Caryophyllales Initiative: Towards an updated taxonomic backbone and a dynamic monograph of a major plant group
The ongoing paradigm shift in taxonomy from individual contributions to a truly collaborative and forward-looking endeavour results in a number of challenges related to distributed data management.Expand