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CLO-PLA3 is a database of plant traits concerning clonal growth and vegetative regeneration of Central European flora. It is a result of team work in which participated: Karolína Bendová, Helena Gruberová, Magda Jonášová, Jan Karpíšek, Leoš Klimeš, Jitka Klimešová, Karel Knopp, Petra Konvalinková, Vojtěch Lanta, Adéla Pokorná. Support during building the database from 1994 was provided by Institute of Botany, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic (grants AV0Z6005908, AV0Z60050516), Grant Agency ... [Information of the supplier]
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The D³ Database provides information that is related to seed dispersal of plant species. Currently, the database covers more than 5 000 taxa (trait coverage see Further Information) and comprises images of diaspores, fruits, seeds, and infructescences, heritable traits related to seed dispersal, ranking indices that allow an assessment how well a species is adapted to a certain seed dispersal mode (e.g. wind dispersal) in relation to a larger species set, and information from literature on seed dispersal. ... [Information of the supplier]
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The 12th International Working Conference on Stored Product Protection will be held in Berlin, Germany. In a number of places these are uneasy times due to climate change, political unrest or poverty. All the more it is important to keep up with the challenges to food safety by better protecting what we harvest. Less post-harvest losses and less waste can benefit our climate by reducing green-house emissions, can help to save water for irrigation and save arable land, last not least prevent starvation. ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
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The worldwide largest database and most comprehensive resource on pollen and palynology provides an Illustrated handbook of pollen terminology and 7957 pictures of 1011 recent species, belonging to 603 genera, and 124 pictures of 32 fossil forms, belonging to 20 fossil genera. The database includes a detailed description of the pollen grain (shape in dry and hydrated condition, apertural details, wall-stratification and ornamentation, pollen coatings and cellular condition), images ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
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Phenology at the Deutscher Wetterdienst deals with the periodically recurring growth and development phenomena of plants during the course of a year. The beginning of characteristic vegetation stages (phases) are observed and recorded. These are closely connected to the weather and climate and are thus suited for the most varied areas of application and for manifold scientific studies. [Information of the supplier]
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