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- Al-Shehbaz, Ihsan A.
- Harvard papers in botany 2015 v.20 no.1 pp. 5-28
- Arabis, etc ; Arundinella; Barbarea; Brassica; Capsella; Cardamine; Chorispora; Cochlearia; Draba; Erysimum; Eutrema; Nasturtium; Parlatoria; Sinapis; Sisymbrium; Thlaspi; lectotypes; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... The type status of 146 names of Himalayan taxa is discussed, of which the lectotypes of 133 names are designated here for the first time, including a few that were incompletely lectotypified due to the existence of more than one sheet in the institution where the type was said to be. These 133 species and infraspecfic names were originally described in the genera Arabis (15), Chorispora (4), Cochl ...
- Smieja, Agata
- Biodiversity 2015 v.36 no.1 pp. 25-36
- Arabis, etc ; Bryum; Cardamine; Epilobium; altitude; bedrock; flora; habitats; mosses and liverworts; mountains; national parks; phytosociology; springs (water); vascular plants; Show all 14 Subjects
- ... The flora of 179 springs in Tatra National Park was studied between 2003-2006. These springs represent complete diversity in the region with respect to altitude (from 900 to 1960 m a.s.l.), kind of bedrock (on siliceous and carbonate bedrock) and spring discharge (from 0.1 to >3500 l/s), and they also represent various ecomorphological types (mainly rheo- and helocrenes). In the springs, 239 plant ...
- Lariviere, Andrew; Limeri, Lisa B.; Meindl, George A.; Traw, M. Brian
- Journal of chemical ecology 2015 v.41 no.4 pp. 350-359
- Arabis, etc ; Arabidopsis thaliana; Barbarea vulgaris; Brassica nigra; Capsella bursa-pastoris; Cardamine; Draba; Lepidium campestre; Pieris rapae; Sinapis; Sisymbrium altissimum; butterflies; cabbage; flowering; habitats; herbivores; hosts; larvae; leaves; pathogens; pests; salicylic acid; spring; summer; New York; Show all 25 Subjects
- ... Treatment of plants with exogenous salicylic acid (SA) improves resistance to many bacterial pathogens, but can suppress resistance to insect herbivores. While plants vary naturally in constitutive SA, whether such differences are predictive of resistance to insect herbivores has not been studied previously. We examined the possible role of this endogenous SA in structuring the interactions betwee ...
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