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Polyploid and hybrid evolution in roses east of the Rocky Mountains.
TLDR
The genealogical approach helped to decipher the evolutionary history of polyploids from noise created by hybridization, incomplete lineage sorting, and allelic segregation and support the hypothesis that the three polyploid taxa are separate species.
Medical botany. Plants affecting man's health
TLDR
This book discusses Plants, Complementary and Alternative Medicine, and their applications in Medicine and Ethnobotany, as well as some of the herbal medicines used in traditional and alternative medicine.
Polyploidy in species populations.
  • W. Lewis
  • Biology, Medicine
    Basic life sciences
  • 1979
TLDR
A review of Polyploidy within species populations of well-differentiated plant species and how recent notable exceptions are utilized will be utilized freely.
POPULATION DYNAMICS OF THE AMERICAN GINSENG PANAX QUINQUEFOLIUM (ARALIACEAE)
TLDR
A 3-yr study of an aged population of American ginseng revealed four morphological classes among plants 1-18 yrs old, including a long-lived, woodland geophyte, which is found infrequently in the understory of the climax deciduous forests, appearing after the leaf canopy has partially or fully developed.
Drug Targeting Mycobacterium tuberculosis Cell Wall Synthesis: Genetics of dTDP-Rhamnose Synthetic Enzymes and Development of a Microtiter Plate-Based Screen for Inhibitors of Conversion of
TLDR
It is shown here that genes for only one isotype each of RmlA to RmlD are present in the M. tuberculosis genome, and the four enzymes that form dTDP-rhamnose from dTTP and glucose-1-phosphate are important targets for the development of new tuberculosis therapeutics.
Polyploidy in angiosperms: dicotyledons.
  • W. Lewis
  • Biology, Medicine
    Basic life sciences
  • 1979
TLDR
Goldblatt believes that at least species with numbers of n=ll and above have Polyploidy in their evolutionary history, and perhaps also many of those with n=10 and n=9 may be aneuploid derivatives of ancestors with higher numbers.
Polyploidy: biological relevance.
  • W. Lewis
  • Biology, Medicine
    Basic life sciences
  • 1979
Medical botany : plants affecting human health
TLDR
This book discusses Plants, Complementary and Alternative Medicine, and their applications in Medicine and Ethnobotany, as well as some of the herbal medicines used in traditional and alternative medicine.
Natural Toxicants in Feeds and Poisonous Plants
  • W. Lewis
  • Biology
    Economic Botany
  • 1 April 1986
TLDR
This book discusses new species ofApocynaceae, Bignoniaceae, Passifloraceae, and Piperaceae from coastal Colombia and Ecuador, and a proposed new classification of the family Cucurbitaceae, as well as some New-World taxa.
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