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  • A Global Review of Ligustrum Lucidum (OLEACEAE) Invasion
    Bot. Rev. (IF 1.667) Pub Date : 2020-08-05
    Romina D. Fernandez, Sergio J. Ceballos, Roxana Aragón, Agustina Malizia, Lía Montti, Juan I. Whitworth-Hulse, Pilar Castro-Díez, H. Ricardo Grau

    Ligustrum lucidum is a highly invasive East Asian tree that successfully colonizes several subtropical and temperate areas around the world. Its invasion capacity results from a widespread human use mostly in urban and periurban settings, very abundant fruit and seed production, small bird-dispersed fruits, high germination rates, resprouting capacity, fast growth rates, low herbivory levels and tolerance

    更新日期:2020-08-06
  • Towards a Standardization of Terminology of the Climbing Habit in Plants
    Bot. Rev. (IF 1.667) Pub Date : 2020-06-24
    Patrícia Sperotto, Pedro Acevedo-Rodríguez, Thais N. C. Vasconcelos, Nádia Roque

    In science, standardization of terminology is crucial to make information accessible and allow proper comparison of studies’ results. Climbing plants and the climbing habit have been described in numerous ways, frequently with imprecise and dubious terms. We propose a standardization of terms regarding the climbing habit, with special attention to climbing mechanisms. We abide by previous suggestions

    更新日期:2020-06-25
  • Disturbance and Response in the Andean Cloud Forest: a Conceptual Review
    Bot. Rev. (IF 1.667) Pub Date : 2020-06-24
    Randall W. Myster

    The Andean cloud forest is a critical part of the Neotropics and much of its structure, function and dynamics are in response to both natural and human-caused disturbances. Those natural disturbances include landslides, and tree death leading to trees falling and creating gaps in the canopy. The human-caused disturbances include logging, mining, road construction and other aspects of urbanization as

    更新日期:2020-06-24
  • Dynamics of Mycorrhizal Mutualism in Relation to Plant Invasion Along an Altitudinal Gradient in Kashmir Himalaya
    Bot. Rev. (IF 1.667) Pub Date : 2020-06-11
    Mudasir A Dar. Afshana, Aashaq H Sheikh, Gowher A Wani, Zafar A Reshi, Manzoor A Shah

    In view of the mutualistic facilitation of invasive plants, we examined the mycorrhizal status of 469 species, including 335 alien and 134 native to the region of Kashmir Himalaya, India. Data on the mycorrhizal status and altitudinal range of the target species were obtained using some peer reviewed primary published and web based sources. One sample Z score test and regression analysis were performed

    更新日期:2020-06-11
  • The Control of Seed Dormancy and Germination by Temperature, Light and Nitrate
    Bot. Rev. (IF 1.667) Pub Date : 2020-05-08
    An Yan, Zhong Chen

    Seed dormancy and germination are two closely linked physiological traits that have great impacts on adaptation and survival of seed plants. Seed dormancy strengthen and germination potential are comprehensively influenced by a variety of internal factors and external environment cues. Environmental factors, such as water content, light condition, ambient temperature, and nitrogen availability, act

    更新日期:2020-05-08
  • Sporangia and Spores in the Fern Genera Spicantopsis and Struthiopteris (Blechnaceae, Polypodiopsida)
    Bot. Rev. (IF 1.667) Pub Date : 2020-04-20
    S. Molino, C. Prada, J. M. Gabriel y Galán, P. Wasowicz, B. Estébanez, R. Vázquez

    Struthiopteris (Blechnaceae) has recently been classified on the basis of molecular and morphological evidence, and some of its species are now included in the sister genus Spicantopsis. However, the lack of studies on several important morphological features impedes a sound assessment of their congruence with this new systematic arrangement, as well as of their range of variation and taxonomic value

    更新日期:2020-04-22
  • Influence of Socio-Historical Events and Macroecological Patterns on the Endemic Plant Descriptions in the Iberian Peninsula
    Bot. Rev. (IF 1.667) Pub Date : 2019-09-04
    Antoni Buira, Carlos Aedo

    Since 1753 the description of vascular plants has been highly uneven. Given its high levels of plant endemism and long botanical history, the Iberian Peninsula is considered a suitable territory to study the species discovery process. Anova tests were conducted to explore the differences on the description dates for categories of range size and life-form. Correlation and GLM analyses were carried out

    更新日期:2020-04-22
  • Biogeographical Review of Asteraceae in the Espinhaço Mountain Range, Brazil
    Bot. Rev. (IF 1.667) Pub Date : 2019-11-15
    Lídia Campos, Marcelo Freire Moro, Vicki A. Funk, Nádia Roque

    The Espinhaço Range is characterized by its high taxonomic diversity and endemism level, where Asteraceae is one of the richest plant families. The present study aims to catalogue the Asteraceae species recorded in the campos rupestres of the Espinhaço Range and evaluate its biogeography. We built a database that contained recorded Asteraceae species and their geographical location. We thus produced

    更新日期:2020-04-22
  • Edaphic Endemism in the Amazon: Vascular Plants of the canga of Carajás, Brazil
    Bot. Rev. (IF 1.667) Pub Date : 2019-10-08
    Ana M. Giulietti, Tereza C. Giannini, Nara F. O. Mota, Maurício T. C. Watanabe, Pedro L. Viana, Mayara Pastore, Uiara C. S. Silva, Marinez F. Siqueira, José R. Pirani, Haroldo C. Lima, Jovani B. S. Pereira, Rafael M. Brito, Raymond M. Harley, José O. Siqueira, Daniela C. Zappi

    Amazonia is one of the most diverse biomes worldwide, and, as well as luxuriant forest, it includes mountain areas which, despite their small surface area, display fascinating endemism. In these regions, the specificity of edaphic factors is mirrored by a highly specialised, isolated flora adapted to survive adverse conditions. The Serra dos Carajás in the Brazilian state of Pará is one of world’s

    更新日期:2020-04-22
  • Trillium – toward Sustainable Utilization of a Biologically Distinct Genus Valued for Traditional Medicine
    Bot. Rev. (IF 1.667) Pub Date : 2019-05-31
    Harsh K. Chauhan, Anil K. Bisht, Indra D. Bhatt, Arvind Bhatt, David Gallacher

    Trillium has fascinated the botanical world with its peculiar biology and high medicinal value. The genus appears in North America and Asia, and is widely used for traditional medicine on both continents. Medicinal value has been validated recently through the isolation and ex situ testing of constituent compounds. This study reviews biology, medicinal value, ecological threats and knowledge gaps,

    更新日期:2020-04-22
  • A Review of the Economic Botany of Sesbania (Leguminosae)
    Bot. Rev. (IF 1.667) Pub Date : 2019-05-31
    Saowalak Bunma, Henrik Balslev

    Sesbania is a genus in the family Leguminosae that has been widely used by people in tropical and subtropical regions, especially in Southeast Asia. Information about Sesbania uses and their characteristics such as chemical compounds were obtained from 233 papers, reports and books. We found evidence for 22 Sesbania species being used. They were used for human food (10 species), animal food (9), poisons

    更新日期:2020-04-22
  • Phytogeography and Floristic Affinities of Woody Plants in “Los Montes de María”, a Tropical Dry Forest Fragment in the Colombian Caribbean
    Bot. Rev. (IF 1.667) Pub Date : 2019-08-05
    Jorge D. Mercado-Gómez, Fran Y. Herazo-Vitola, María E. Morales-Puentes

    The phytogeographic and floristic connections of the “Montes de Maria” (MM: north of Colombia) were analyzed through Geographic Information Systems, at worldwide, Neotropical and in Colombia scales in order to determine its geographical origin and floristic affinities. We estimated that genera are mostly of the Neotropical (74%) and Nearctic (26%) origin. At the Neotropical level, MM is located at

    更新日期:2020-04-22
  • Ecology and Use of Lantana camara in India
    Bot. Rev. (IF 1.667) Pub Date : 2019-05-06
    Girish C. S. Negi, Subrat Sharma, Subash C.R. Vishvakarma, Sher S. Samant, Rakesh K. Maikhuri, Ram C. Prasad, Lok M. S. Palni

    In the Indian sub-continent Lantana has invaded vast tracts of dry-moist forests and other culturable wastelands, and has potentially altered biodiversity, landscape ecology and ecosystem services. It has invaded most Indian pasture lands (13.2 million ha) besides forest and fallow areas, and the cost of its control is estimated at US$ 70 per ha. This invasive weed stands out because of its rapid spread

    更新日期:2020-04-22
  • Studies on the Evergreen Broad-leaved Forests of Yunnan, Southwestern China
    Bot. Rev. (IF 1.667) Pub Date : 2019-05-07
    Hua Zhu, Shisun Zhou, Lichun Yan, Jipu Shi, Youxin Shen

    Yunnan of southwestern China supports an extremely rich biodiversity and various vegetation types dominated by evergreen broad-leaved forest. The floristic composition, species diversity, physiognomy and biogeography of three major types of the evergreen broad-leaved forest in Yunnan were surveyed using 1-ha plots. The three forest types are very diverse in species composition, diversity, physiognomy

    更新日期:2020-04-22
  • Risk Analysis of Gene Flow from Cultivated, Addictive, Social-Drug Plants to Wild Relatives
    Bot. Rev. (IF 1.667) Pub Date : 2019-03-18
    L. G. Campbell, C. M. Blanchette, E. Small

    Addictive “social drugs” that are derived from plants range from reputable stimulants (e.g., coffee and tea) to stigmatized and dangerous preparations (e.g., ephedrine and cocaine). Both legal and illicit global trade has increased the geographic distribution of plants from which the principal social drugs are obtained. In turn, this range expansion increased opportunities to transfer genes controlling

    更新日期:2020-04-22
  • Phylogeny and Systematics of Cyperaceae, the Evolution and Importance of Embryo Morphology
    Bot. Rev. (IF 1.667) Pub Date : 2018-06-25
    Ilias Semmouri, Kenneth Bauters, Étienne Léveillé-Bourret, Julian R. Starr, Paul Goetghebeur, Isabel Larridon

    Despite recent advances in molecular phylogenetic studies, deep evolutionary relationships in Cyperaceae are still not entirely resolved. Reduction of floral morphology and complex inflorescences pose difficulties to unravel relationships based on morphology alone. One of the most phylogenetically informative structures in Cyperaceae are the embryos. The utility of embryo characters and types in Cyperaceae

    更新日期:2020-04-22
  • Feeding and Other Gall Facets: Patterns and Determinants in Gall Structure
    Bot. Rev. (IF 1.667) Pub Date : 2019-02-25
    Bruno G. Ferreira, Rafael Álvarez, Gracielle P. Bragança, Danielle R. Alvarenga, Nicolás Pérez-Hidalgo, Rosy M. S. Isaias

    Galls are neoformed structures induced by specific animals, fungi, bacteria, virus or some parasitic plants on their host plant organs. Developmental processes are well known in Agrobacterium tumefasciens galls, but the animal-induced galls have a striking anatomical diversity, concerning several patterns, which were reunited herein. Anatomical traits observed in animal-induced galls involve manipulation

    更新日期:2020-04-22
  • Review of Vegetative Branching in the Palms (Arecaceae)
    Bot. Rev. (IF 1.667) Pub Date : 2018-06-18
    Sara M. Edelman, Jennifer H. Richards

    Vegetative branching is common in the palms (Arecaceae). However, current terms to describe vegetative branching diversity are not consistent and do not cover the full range of branching types. In this study vegetative branching types in the palms were reviewed and defined, and the phylogenetic distribution of palm branching types was described. Branching types were described from a literature review

    更新日期:2020-04-22
  • What we Know about the Composition and Structure of Igapó Forests in the Amazon Basin
    Bot. Rev. (IF 1.667) Pub Date : 2018-08-07
    Randall W. Myster

    The Amazon contains some of the most critical ecosystems on earth and Igapó forests are one of those ecosystems. They are flooded by “black-water”, leached runoff of forest litter. To help in our understanding of igapó forests, and to act as a resource for their future research, I review what we know about their composition and structure. I used my own sampling data to construct floristics tables of

    更新日期:2020-04-22
  • Fruit Morphology and Anatomy of the Spondioid Anacardiaceae.
    Bot. Rev. (IF 1.667) Pub Date : 2018-08-03
    Fabiany Herrera,John D Mitchell,Susan K Pell,Margaret E Collinson,Douglas C Daly,Steven R Manchester

    The Spondioideae subfamily of the Anacardiaceae is widely distributed today in tropical regions. Recent molecular phylogenetic investigations indicate that the Spondioideae are not monophyletic, but rather comprise at least two separate clades that are difficult to distinguish using vegetative and floral characters. Nevertheless, the syndrome of fruit characters traditionally used in identifying the

    更新日期:2020-04-22
  • Evolution of Stem and Leaf Structural Diversity: a Case Study in Lychnophorinae (Asteraceae)
    Bot. Rev. (IF 1.667) Pub Date : 2018-07-13
    Makeli Garibotti Lusa, Benoit Francis Patrice Loeuille, Daniela Ciccarelli, Beatriz Appezzato-da-Glória

    Lychnophorinae occurs mainly in campos rupestres and cerrados of the Cerrado Domain (Brazil) and are species subject to fire occurrences and intense solar radiation, occupying acid and well-drained soils. Informative characters on the taxonomy of this subtribe were studied considering the leaf and stem morphology and anatomy. In addition, putative synapomorphies and features that probably determined

    更新日期:2020-04-22
  • Living Cells in Wood 3. Overview; Functional Anatomy of the Parenchyma Network
    Bot. Rev. (IF 1.667) Pub Date : 2018-06-12
    Sherwin Carlquist

    The very different evolutionary pathways of conifers and angiosperms are very informative precisely because their wood anatomy is so different. New information from anatomy, comparative wood physiology, and comparative ultrastructure can be combined to provide evidence for the role of axial and ray parenchyma in the two groups. Gnetales, which are essentially conifers with vessels, have evolved parallel

    更新日期:2020-04-22
  • Comparative Biology of Cycad Pollen, Seed and Tissue - A Plant Conservation Perspective.
    Bot. Rev. (IF 1.667) Pub Date : 2018-07-05
    J Nadarajan,E E Benson,P Xaba,K Harding,A Lindstrom,J Donaldson,C E Seal,D Kamoga,E M G Agoo,N Li,E King,H W Pritchard

    Cycads are the most endangered of plant groups based on IUCN Red List assessments; all are in Appendix I or II of CITES, about 40% are within biodiversity 'hotspots,' and the call for action to improve their protection is long-standing. We contend that progress in this direction will not be made until there is better understanding of cycad pollen, seed and tissue biology, which at the moment is limited

    更新日期:2020-04-22
  • Ten Rules for Associate Editors
    Bot. Rev. (IF 1.667) Pub Date : 2018-05-10
    Mark P. Simmons

    Associate editors are typically given minimal guidance when they are hired by editors-in-chief of scientific journals. Ten rules (or guidelines) are presented for associate editors based on the author’s experience as an associate editor for three evolutionary journals. First, accept invitations to edit manuscripts that are outside your comfort zone. Second, turn-around time is important. Third, read

    更新日期:2020-04-22
  • Phylogenetic Analyses of Cretaceous Fossils Related to Chloranthaceae and their Evolutionary Implications
    Bot. Rev. (IF 1.667) Pub Date : 2018-06-01
    James A. Doyle, Peter K. Endress

    Abstract Chloranthaceae were one of the first common lines during the early radiation of angiosperms, possibly reflecting adaptation to more open habitats. Phylogenetic analyses clarify the position of Cretaceous mesofossils in molecular trees of Recent taxa. Plants that produced Asteropollis pollen, with tepals adnate to a single carpel, are nested in crown group Chloranthaceae with Hedyosmum; Canrightiopsis

    更新日期:2020-03-28
  • Lateral Meristems Responsible for Secondary Growth of the Monocotyledons: A Survey of the State of the Art.
    Bot. Rev. (IF 1.667) Pub Date : 2015-05-15
    Joanna Jura-Morawiec,Mirela Tulik,Muhammad Iqbal

    This review highlights key historical works and the recent research on the monocot lateral meristems. It discusses the terminological issues (elucidating the terminological inconsistency found in the literature concerned), origination of secondary meristems, their morphology and characteristic features of the derivative tissues. Also the monocot cambium response to hormonal and gravitational stimuli

    更新日期:2019-11-01
  • Temporal and Spatial Dynamics of Carbon Fixation by Moso Bamboo (Phyllostachys pubescens) in Subtropical China.
    Bot. Rev. (IF 1.667) Pub Date : 2011-10-01
    Guosheng Wen,Liyang Zhang,Ruming Zhang,Zhihong Cao,Guomo Zhou,Hao Huang,Minghung Wong

    To study the temporal and spatial dynamics of carbon fixation by Moso bamboo (Phyllostachys pubescens) in subtropical China, carbon fixation of leaves within the canopy of P. pubescens was measured with a LI-6400 portable photosynthesis system. The results showed that the capability of carbon fixation of P. pubescens leaves had obvious temporal and spatial dynamic variations. It was revealed that there

    更新日期:2019-11-01
  • Strategies for "minimal growth maintenance" of cell cultures: a perspective on management for extended duration experimentation in the microgravity environment of a Space station.
    Bot. Rev. (IF 1.667) Pub Date : 1996-01-01
    A D Krikorian

    How cells manage without gravity and how they change in the absence of gravity are basic questions that only prolonged life on a Space station will enable us to answer. We know from investigations carried out on various kinds of Space vehicles and stations that profound physiological effects can and often to occur. We need to know more of the basic biochemistry and biophysics both of cells and of whole

    更新日期:2019-11-01
  • The excitability of plant cells: with a special emphasis on characean internodal cells.
    Bot. Rev. (IF 1.667) Pub Date : 1994-07-01
    R Wayne

    This review describes the basic principles of electrophysiology using the generation of an action potential in characean internodal cells as a pedagogical tool. Electrophysiology has proven to be a powerful tool in understanding animal physiology and development, yet it has been virtually neglected in the study of plant physiology and development. This review is, in essence, a written account of my

    更新日期:2019-11-01
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