"Bryophyta Exsiccata Generis Plagiochilae", a new exsiccata distributed by the University of Göttingen Herbarium

@inproceedings{Heinrichs2001BryophytaEG,
  title={"Bryophyta Exsiccata Generis Plagiochilae", a new exsiccata distributed by the University of G{\"o}ttingen Herbarium},
  author={Jutta Heinrichs and Hermann Josef Anton},
  year={2001}
}
In recent years considerable interest has been paid to the taxonomy and phytochemistry of Plagiochila, the largest genus of hepatics with more than 1600 published binomials worldwide (Inoue 1984), and perhaps the most difficult one (Schuster 1980). Taxonomic views on the genus are changing rapidly and many taxa have been placed in synonymy recently (e.g., Grolle & So 1999; Heinrichs & Gradstein 2000). Information on secondary metabolites has been published for nearly 100 Plagiochila species… CONTINUE READING

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