A strategy for conservation and investigation of the protected resurrection plant Haberlea rhodopensis Friv.

@inproceedings{Daskalova2011ASF,
  title={A strategy for conservation and investigation of the protected resurrection plant Haberlea rhodopensis Friv.},
  author={Evelina Daskalova and S. Dontcheva and Galina Yahoubian and Ivan Minkov and Valentina Toneva},
  year={2011}
}
Representatives of the resurrection plants from Gesneriaceae family are included in the Red Book of Bulgaria, in the European Register of rare, endangered, and endemic plants, and are subjects of world’s conventions on the preservation of the biodiversity. The unique feature of these plants to recover from prolonged dehydration (anabiosis) is explored in numerous studies. These species are also Tertiary relics, so they could give us important knowledge about plant evolution. Our research group… CONTINUE READING
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