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Progress on Southeast Asia’s Flora projects
Southeast Asia (Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Timor Leste, the Philippines and Papua New Guinea) is a region of high plant diversityExpand
REVISION OF GREWIA ( MALVACEAE–GREWIOIDEAE ) IN PENINSULAR MALAYSIA AND BORNEO
Two keys to distinguish the genera Grewia and Microcos are presented, one based on macromorphological characters and the other on micromorphological characters. Grewia is revised for PeninsularExpand
The significance of pollen morphology in the taxonomy of Grewia and Microcos (Tiliaceae) in Peninsular Malaysia and Borneo
The pollen n~orphology of 5 species of Grewia and 3 1 species of Microcos (including their type species) from Peninsular Malaysia and Borneo were studied using light, scanning and transn~issionExpand
Phylogenetic relationships of Cyrtandromoea and Wightia revisited: A new tribe in Phrymaceae and a new family in Lamiales
The familial placements of Cyrtandromoea Zoll. and Wightia Wall., two small and enigmatic South‐East Asian genera, have long been controversial in Lamiales. Here we adopt a two‐step approach toExpand
Report of the Special Committee on Registration of Algal and Plant Names (including fossils)
The Special Committee on Registration of Algal and Plant Names (including fossils) was established at the XVIII International Botanical Congress (IBC) in Melbourne in 2011, its mandate being toExpand
Origin and diversity of an underutilized fruit tree crop, cempedak (Artocarpus integer, Moraceae).
PREMISE OF THE STUDY Underutilized crops and their wild relatives are important resources for crop improvement and food security. Cempedak [Artocarpus integer (Thunb). Merr.] is a significant crop inExpand
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