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Molecular phylogenetics and morphological reappraisal of the Platanthera clade (Orchidaceae: Orchidinae) prompts expansion of the generic limits of Galearis and Platanthera.
Resolution of major groups should facilitate future species-level research on the Platanthera clade by combining implicit assessment of morphological divergence with explicit assessment of molecular divergence.
Neolindleya Kraenzl. (Orchidaceae), an enigmatic and largely overlooked autogamous genus from temperate East Asia
The results, based partly on SEM studies, reinforce the validity of Neolindleya as a genus, indicate a closer relationship with Galearis s.l. than with Platanthera s.
Species Status of Sclerocactus brevispinus, S. wetlandicus, and S. glaucus: Inferences from Morphology, Chloroplast DNA Sequences, and AFLP Markers
Results indicate that protection of S. glaucus as a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act, as historically prescribed, includes populations of three species, two in Utah (S. brevispinus and S. wetlandicus) and one in Colorado (S., glaucus).
Acidogenic Fermentation of Urban Organic Waste: Effect of Operating Parameters on Process Performance and Safety
Biorefinery represents an innovative approach for waste management, where products at the end of their service life are seen as valuable resources for the production of high added value bio-products
Innovative Mixed Microbial Culture Processes for Pha Production at Pilot Scale: Professional Chemical Risk Assessment
Identification and fine-tuning of a process that allows the effective conversion of organic carbon from urban waste into valuable bio-based products is the main goal of “REsources from URban
From soil remediation to biofuel: Process simulation of bioethanol production from Arundo donax
A range of energy crops can be grown on marginal land (i.e. land that is not suitable for food crop production or contaminated site) to provide feedstocks for bioenergy, non-food products and
Safe Operation of Biogas Plants in Italy
This paper presents a few results of a work aiming at providing the biogas industry with practical tools to protect workers and environment. Biological contamination, Fire and Explosive Atmosphere
Molecular understanding of the suppression of new-particle formation by isoprene
Abstract. Nucleation of atmospheric vapors produces more than half of global cloud condensation nuclei and so has an important influence on climate. Recent studies show that monoterpene (C10H16)