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The Bean Bag no. 2

Orchid Research Newsletter no. 67

Alec Pridgeon

Vezdaeales: Vezdaeaceae, including the genus Vezdaea.

S. Chambers, Paul Cannon, B. Coppins & J. Simkin

Orchid Research Newsletter no. 76

Andre Schuiteman

Orchid Research Newsletter no. 70

Andre Schuiteman

The Bean Bag no. 25

The Bean Bag no. 27

Plant and Fungal Tree of Life Collection

Sebuah Panduan Lapangan untuk Palem New Guinea

William Baker & John Dransfield

Using soil seed banks to assess the effectiveness of invasive species control on the island of South Georgia

Kaitalin White
Invasive species pose significant threats to biodiversity, especially on islands. In addition to the eradication of rats and reindeer on South Georgia, an island-wide management program is well underway with the aim of eradicating 33 non-native plant species. Here, the soil seed bank composition was investigated to evaluate the success of that program. Seeds of all native and non-native South Georgia angiosperm species were imaged, and a dichotomous key made to assist in the identification...

The determinants of geographic variation in within-population genetic diversity: a global meta-analysis

Madeline Franz
Research has demonstrated that differing levels of genetic diversity within a species can affect how populations respond to disturbance, interact with other species and expand into new ecological niches. The geographic variation in within-population genetic diversity is therefore an important factor in explaining species co-existence, speciation, extinction and ultimately, species responses to environmental change. Here we test 11 geographic, ecological and historical hypotheses that may explain the distribution of intraspecific genetic diversity using six tree...

Metabolomic and quality discrimination of Stemona tuberosa radix extracts using LC-MSn

Bingyu Li
Stemona tuberosa has been used as an antitussive medicine and insecticidal agent since the 6th century A.D. With the understanding of alkaloids as the active compounds, previous studies showed that profiles of alkaloids varied significantly, which raised the issue of quality control. Our study firstly demonstrated a considerable intraspecific chemical variation of S. tuberosa using chemometric methods (Principle Component Analysis and Heatmap) based on data from liquid chromatography – mass spectrometry (LC-MSn). This variation could...

Reflora

E. Nic Lughadha, C. Canteiro, F. Filardi, P. Leitman, M. Accardo Filho, R. Allkin, H. Amaral, A. Budden, J. Carretero, S. Chowdhury, L. Clarke, C. Clubbe, T. Cossu, G.C. Ferreira, L. Green, A. Haigh, Y. Harvey-Brown, W. Hillebrecht, B. Klitgaard, G.P. Lewis, E.J. Lucas, E. Medeiros, W. Milliken, V. Monteiro, M.F. Moro … & R. Forzza
Reflora is an initiative which aims to increase access to and use of Brazilian plant diversity information deposited in institutions within and outside Brazil. The scoping phase was initiated by the Brazilian National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq) in 2008/9. The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew (Kew) and the Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris collections were to be digitized and digitally repatriated to the Brazilian counterpart, the Rio de Janeiro Botanical Garden (JBRJ). Reflora...

A Global Resource for Plant and Fungal Knowledge. Science Strategy 2015-2020

Science has always been the heart of Kew’s purpose and it will continue to be so. Our collections, our people and our partnerships enable us to make an invaluable and highly relevant contribution to some of the biggest issues facing the global population. We do this through research, conservation, and educating and inspiring the public about the importance of plant and fungal science. This document sets out how Kew intends to make a unique and...

Biotic and abiotic factors affecting colonisation of Lycopodiella inundata by fine root endophytes

Paloma Ruiz de Diego

A Working Checklist of the Madagascan Species of Cyperus section Incurvi (Cyperaceae)

Megan Turcotte-Griffiths

Prioritising the conservation and use of resilient crop wild relatives in sub-Saharan Africa under climate change

David Satori

Lonicera periclymenum L. genetic risk assessment

Roberta Gargiulo
A summary of the current understanding of genetic diversity and life history traits of Lonicera periclymenum within the UK, including a genetic risk assessment for population sampling and current knowledge gaps.

Berberis vulgaris L. genetic risk assessment

Roberta Gargiulo
A summary of the current understanding of genetic diversity and life history traits of Berberis vulgaris within the UK, including a genetic risk assessment for population sampling and current knowledge gaps.

Tilia platyphyllos Scop. genetic risk assessment

Roberta Gargiulo
A summary of the current understanding of genetic diversity and life history traits of Tilia platyphyllos within the UK, including a genetic risk assessment for population sampling and current knowledge gaps.

Prunus spinosa L. genetic risk assessment

Roberta Gargiulo
A summary of the current understanding of genetic diversity and life history traits of Prunus spinosa within the UK, including a genetic risk assessment for population sampling and current knowledge gaps.

Viburnum opulus L. genetic risk assessment

Roberta Gargiulo
A summary of the current understanding of genetic diversity and life history traits of Viburnum opulus within the UK, including a genetic risk assessment for population sampling and current knowledge gaps.

Rhamnus cathartica L. genetic risk assessment

Roberta Gargiulo
A summary of the current understanding of genetic diversity and life history traits of Rhamnus cathartica within the UK, including a genetic risk assessment for population sampling and current knowledge gaps.

Malus sylvestris Mill. genetic risk assessment

Roberta Gargiulo
A summary of the current understanding of genetic diversity and life history traits of Malus sylvestris within the UK, including a genetic risk assessment for population sampling and current knowledge gaps.

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