Yevhen Sosnovsky

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A high diversity of leaf structural traits in the genus Ficus is often argued with regard to its taxonomic implications. Greenhouse-cultivated plants of Ficus are in special need of identification based on the vegetative organs since they rarely produce flowers. We studied the leaf anatomy in 33 Ficus species of six subgenera and 12 sections grown under(More)
Understanding arthropod herbivore selectivity trends towards host plant attributes is essential for predicting plant-associated herbivore assemblage structure. Little is known about such interactions between spontaneous herbivore species and cultivated plants under specific conditions of botanical garden greenhouses. In this study, the taxonomic and(More)
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