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This resource gives an overview of the known chromosome numbers, up to now, within the Asteraceae. Through a detailed search mask the chromosome numbers, the taxa investigated, and bibliographic references are accessible. Publications up to and including 2005 are recorded in the resource. [Editorial staff vifabio]
The CGP is a resource for the Compositae, one of the largest and ecologically successful families. Lettuce is one of the top ten US crops and sunflower ranks #14 worldwide. The Compositae also includes many minor crops, important weeds, and species with novel biochemistries. The CGP transitions basic ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
This checklist is intended as a nomenclatural rectifier, to give an overview of the distribution of the species and as a basis for future work with nomenclature and typification. All species reported from Sweden and not definitely dismissed by later authors are included. Thus, the fact that a taxon is ... [Information of the supplier]
The Cichorieae Portal is being established as a convenient access to the existing knowledge about this difficult group of plants, based on authoritative taxonomic information. It is designed to serve both the specialist and the occasional visitor: (*) providing a geographically referenced species ... [Information of the supplier]
The Hieracium study group developed from an international collaboration (first taxonomic contacts in 1992, addition of molecular and cytological approaches (1997 & 1998), joint projects and presentations began in 1999), and was finally established in 2002 as an interdisciplinary research team within the ... [Information of the supplier]
The Global Compositae Checklist is a searchable integrated database of nomenclatural and taxonomic information for one of the largest plant families in the world (also known as the Asteraceae). The database is compiled from many contributed datasets and is continually being edited and updated and should ... [Information of the supplier]
The Smithsonian Institution has a long history of monographic and floristic work on the plant family Gesneriaceae, one of the largest families of the Lamiales as now circumscribed. Conrad V. Morton worked on the family from the 1930s until his death in 1972. Shortly after Morton’s death, Dr. Laurence E. ... [Information of the supplier]
The OroWiki project deals with the earlier family Orobanchaceae, except Lathraea, and following the modern system of Teryokhin et al., 1993, who combine the remained holoparasitic 14 genera Aeginetia, Boschniakia, Christisonia, Cistanche, Conopholis, Diphelypaea, Epifagus, Eremitilla, Gleadovia, ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
The first aim of "A World of Pinguicula" is to collect informations on genus Pinguicula and make it easily available for all Pinguicula lovers via internet. The second aim is to preserve in culture as many species, forms and hybrids as possible of truly identified Pinguicula thus preserving indirectly ... [Information of the supplier]
Loasaceae are a striking plant family, not least because of their often extremely intricate floral morphology and their frequently very painful stinging hairs. Little progress, however, has been made in the knowledge of this family since the brilliant revision by Urban & Gilg in 1900, i.e. rather exactly ... [Information of the supplier]
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