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421What have we learned from nearly a decade of invasive plant data covering the Central and Northeastern United States?
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EcologyKurtz, Cassandra; Hansen, Mark.invasive species
invasive plant
144What is the functional significance of the unusual cambial development in Vertebraria (Glossopteridales) roots? Some geometrical and mechanical clues
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PaleobotanyDecombeix, Anne-Laure; Rowe, Nick P; Serbet, Rudolph; Taylor, Edith L.Permian
469When "Missing Data" has Biological Relevance in Microsatellite Studies Conducted Across Multiple Species
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Population Genetics/GenomicsCulley, Theresa M; Tunison, Robert; Kephart, Susan R.missing data
Microstegium vimineum
528Whole chloroplast sequencing for Asteraceae tribe Astereae; methodology and phylogenetic ramifications
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PhylogenomicsNOYES, RICHARD DAVID; KLING, Brittany.Asteraceae
plastid genome
446Why Isn't There Already a Single Herbarium Network?
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A Single Symbiota-based Herbarium Network for the USWebbink, Kate; Grant, Sharon.Database
281Women's contribution to plant species discovery: a new use of historical botanical nomenclature data
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Botanical HistoryLindon, Heather Lynn; Gardiner, Lauren M.; Brady, Abigail; Vorontsova, Maria.Biodiversity Inventory
International Plant Names Index
plant nomenclature
History of Botany
Women in science

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