Search results: 4,245 results (approx.)

1. Exploiting current Musa collections.

Author(s) : Guignon, V.

Publisher : Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing Limited, Cambridge, UK

Book chapter : Achieving sustainable cultivation of bananas. Volume 2: Germplasm and genetic improvement 2021 pp.81-106 ref.many

2. Collection and evaluation of wild Musa species.

Author(s) : Volkaert, H. A.

Publisher : Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing Limited, Cambridge, UK

Book chapter : Achieving sustainable cultivation of bananas. Volume 2: Germplasm and genetic improvement 2021 pp.133-142 ref.35

3. Australia's virtual herbarium.

Publisher : Council of Heads of Australasian Herbaria, Australia

Miscellaneous : Australia's virtual herbarium 2020

4. Millennium Seed Bank - Seed List.

Publisher : Kew Royal Botanic Gardens, Richmond, UK

Miscellaneous : Millennium Seed Bank - Seed List 2020

5. The C.V. Starr Virtual Herbarium.

Publisher : New York Botanical Garden, New York, USA

Miscellaneous : The C. Starr Virtual Herbarium 2020

6. Herbarium Catalogue.

Publisher : Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, Richmond, UK

Miscellaneous : Herbarium Catalogue 2020

7. Smithsonian Museum of Natural History Botany Collections.

Publisher : Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, Washington DC, USA

Miscellaneous : Smithsonian Museum of Natural History Botany Collections 2020

8. History of tuberculosis: tuberculosis and art (part IV).

Tuberculosis has had an immeasurable impact on the history of mankind, including art. What would an artistic genius have brought into the world of books, music or painting had they not died very young? The influence of tuberculosis on artistic activity and artists suffering from it are presented....

Foreign Title :Povijest tuberkuloze: tuberkuloza i umjetnost (IV. dio).

Author(s) : Cvetnic, Ž.

Publisher : Hrvatski veterinarski institut, Centar za peradarstvo, Zagreb, Croatia

Journal article : Veterinarska Stanica 2021 Vol.52 No.1 pp.73-84

9. Deep neural network analysis - a paradigm shift for histological examination of health and welfare of farmed fish.

An artificial intelligence model (AI-model) was trained for the first time to detect multi-class segmentation of skin from Atlantic salmon, using a convolutional neural network (Aiforia®). The AI-model was developed to produce reliable spatial measurements of all the successive skin layers of...

Author(s) : Sveen, L.; Timmerhaus, G.; Johansen, L. H.; Ytteborg, E.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Aquaculture 2021 Vol.532

10. Preserving the reference strains.

It is critical that storage of the living reference strains, on which the names and properties are based and the DNA sequenced to assign a name (the reference genetic resources), are preserved optimally to retain stability. The fact that less than 1% of microbial diversity can be grown sets...

Author(s) : Smith, D.; Bussas, V.

Book chapter : Trends in the systematics of bacteria and fungi 2021 pp.55-68 ref.25

11. Data resources: role and services of culture collections.

Microbial culture collections (CC) support taxonomy through the provision and preservation of microorganisms, underpinning the integrity of research. However, cultures are essentially worthless without associated data. Details of isolation (geographical location, date of collection, date of...

Author(s) : Ryan, M. J.; Verkleij, G.; Robert, V.

Book chapter : Trends in the systematics of bacteria and fungi 2021 pp.83-92 ref.24

12. Historical virus isolate collections: an invaluable resource connecting plant virology's pre-sequencing and post-sequencing eras.

Many laboratories maintain historical collections of preserved plant virus isolates that store a wealth of untapped data, including original type isolates, studied in the pre-sequencing era. Currently, many recently recognized virus species exist with no supporting reference sequences. Also, many...

Author(s) : Jones, R. A. C.; Boonham, N.; Adams, I. P.; Fox, A.

Publisher : Wiley, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Plant Pathology 2021 Vol.70 No.2 pp.235-248

13. The C.V. Starr Virtual Herbarium.

Publisher : New York Botanical Garden, New York, USA

Miscellaneous : The C. Starr Virtual Herbarium. 2019

14. Smithsonian Museum of Natural History Botany Collections.

Publisher : Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, Washington, DC, USA

Miscellaneous : Smithsonian Museum of Natural History Botany Collections. 2019

15. Sphingidae (Lepidoptera) in the collections of the Manchester Museum.

There are over 2,400 Sphingidae (hawkmoths) held in the Manchester Museum's Lepidoptera collections, distributed among separate British and worldwide sections. This summary provides a full species list and brings information about the collections and collectors together in one place to encourage...

Author(s) : Miles, C.

Publisher : Pemberley Books, Iver, UK

Journal article : Entomologist's Monthly Magazine 2019 Vol.155 No.2 pp.77-105

16. Bonner's "types" are not lectotypes.

The herbarium designations in C. E. B. Bonner's Index Hepaticarum are not lectotypifications under relevant provisions of the Code.

Author(s) : Engel, J. J.; Merrill, G. L. S.

Publisher : E. Schweizerbart'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, Stuttgart, Germany

Journal article : Nova Hedwigia 2019 Vol.109 No.1/2 pp.63-64

17. Australia's virtual herbarium.

Publisher : Council of Heads of Australasian Herbaria, Australia

Miscellaneous : Australia's Virtual Herbarium 2019


Search results: 4,245 results (approx.)

1. Exploiting current Musa collections.

Author(s) : Guignon, V.

Publisher : Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing Limited, Cambridge, UK

Book chapter : Achieving sustainable cultivation of bananas. Volume 2: Germplasm and genetic improvement 2021 pp.81-106 ref.many

2. Collection and evaluation of wild Musa species.

Author(s) : Volkaert, H. A.

Publisher : Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing Limited, Cambridge, UK

Book chapter : Achieving sustainable cultivation of bananas. Volume 2: Germplasm and genetic improvement 2021 pp.133-142 ref.35

3. Australia's virtual herbarium.

Publisher : Council of Heads of Australasian Herbaria, Australia

Miscellaneous : Australia's virtual herbarium 2020

4. Millennium Seed Bank - Seed List.

Publisher : Kew Royal Botanic Gardens, Richmond, UK

Miscellaneous : Millennium Seed Bank - Seed List 2020

5. The C.V. Starr Virtual Herbarium.

Publisher : New York Botanical Garden, New York, USA

Miscellaneous : The C. Starr Virtual Herbarium 2020

6. Herbarium Catalogue.

Publisher : Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, Richmond, UK

Miscellaneous : Herbarium Catalogue 2020

7. Smithsonian Museum of Natural History Botany Collections.

Publisher : Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, Washington DC, USA

Miscellaneous : Smithsonian Museum of Natural History Botany Collections 2020

8. History of tuberculosis: tuberculosis and art (part IV).

Tuberculosis has had an immeasurable impact on the history of mankind, including art. What would an artistic genius have brought into the world of books, music or painting had they not died very young? The influence of tuberculosis on artistic activity and artists suffering from it are presented....

Foreign Title :Povijest tuberkuloze: tuberkuloza i umjetnost (IV. dio).

Author(s) : Cvetnic, Ž.

Publisher : Hrvatski veterinarski institut, Centar za peradarstvo, Zagreb, Croatia

Journal article : Veterinarska Stanica 2021 Vol.52 No.1 pp.73-84

9. Deep neural network analysis - a paradigm shift for histological examination of health and welfare of farmed fish.

An artificial intelligence model (AI-model) was trained for the first time to detect multi-class segmentation of skin from Atlantic salmon, using a convolutional neural network (Aiforia®). The AI-model was developed to produce reliable spatial measurements of all the successive skin layers of...

Author(s) : Sveen, L.; Timmerhaus, G.; Johansen, L. H.; Ytteborg, E.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Aquaculture 2021 Vol.532

10. Preserving the reference strains.

It is critical that storage of the living reference strains, on which the names and properties are based and the DNA sequenced to assign a name (the reference genetic resources), are preserved optimally to retain stability. The fact that less than 1% of microbial diversity can be grown sets...

Author(s) : Smith, D.; Bussas, V.

Book chapter : Trends in the systematics of bacteria and fungi 2021 pp.55-68 ref.25

11. Data resources: role and services of culture collections.

Microbial culture collections (CC) support taxonomy through the provision and preservation of microorganisms, underpinning the integrity of research. However, cultures are essentially worthless without associated data. Details of isolation (geographical location, date of collection, date of...

Author(s) : Ryan, M. J.; Verkleij, G.; Robert, V.

Book chapter : Trends in the systematics of bacteria and fungi 2021 pp.83-92 ref.24

12. Historical virus isolate collections: an invaluable resource connecting plant virology's pre-sequencing and post-sequencing eras.

Many laboratories maintain historical collections of preserved plant virus isolates that store a wealth of untapped data, including original type isolates, studied in the pre-sequencing era. Currently, many recently recognized virus species exist with no supporting reference sequences. Also, many...

Author(s) : Jones, R. A. C.; Boonham, N.; Adams, I. P.; Fox, A.

Publisher : Wiley, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Plant Pathology 2021 Vol.70 No.2 pp.235-248

13. The C.V. Starr Virtual Herbarium.

Publisher : New York Botanical Garden, New York, USA

Miscellaneous : The C. Starr Virtual Herbarium. 2019

14. Smithsonian Museum of Natural History Botany Collections.

Publisher : Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, Washington, DC, USA

Miscellaneous : Smithsonian Museum of Natural History Botany Collections. 2019

15. Sphingidae (Lepidoptera) in the collections of the Manchester Museum.

There are over 2,400 Sphingidae (hawkmoths) held in the Manchester Museum's Lepidoptera collections, distributed among separate British and worldwide sections. This summary provides a full species list and brings information about the collections and collectors together in one place to encourage...

Author(s) : Miles, C.

Publisher : Pemberley Books, Iver, UK

Journal article : Entomologist's Monthly Magazine 2019 Vol.155 No.2 pp.77-105

16. Bonner's "types" are not lectotypes.

The herbarium designations in C. E. B. Bonner's Index Hepaticarum are not lectotypifications under relevant provisions of the Code.

Author(s) : Engel, J. J.; Merrill, G. L. S.

Publisher : E. Schweizerbart'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, Stuttgart, Germany

Journal article : Nova Hedwigia 2019 Vol.109 No.1/2 pp.63-64

17. Australia's virtual herbarium.

Publisher : Council of Heads of Australasian Herbaria, Australia

Miscellaneous : Australia's Virtual Herbarium 2019

18. Reinstatement and lectotypification of Memecylon deccanense (Melastomataceae): an endemic species of the Western Ghats, India.

As part of the ex-situ conservation of the wild ornamental plants at JNTBGRI, several species of Memecylon were collected and introduced from the Western Ghats. While working on the taxonomy of the collected plants, it was found that a well defined species Memecylon deccanense C.B. Clarke has been...

Author(s) : Kumar, E. S. S.; Vikraman, R. R.; Shailajakumari, S.; Kumar, P. K. S.; Sreelekshmy, R. S.

Publisher : Biology Department, University of Brawijaya, Malang, Indonesia

Journal article : Journal of Tropical Life Science 2020 Vol.10 No.3 pp.181-184 ref.7

19. Distribution of two species of the section Chamae-mygdalus of the Rosaceae family in east Kazakhstan.

The article presents the results of studies on the distribution of two species of representatives of the section Chamaeammygdalus of the genus Amygdalus of the Rosaceae family (Amygdalus nana L. and Amygdalus ledebouriana Schlecht.) In the territory of Eastern Kazakhstan. As part of the study,...

Author(s) : Orazov, A. E.; Mukhitdinov, N. M.; Myrzagaliyeva, A. B.; Sramko, G.; Tustubayeva, Sh. T.; Karatayeva, A. C.; Turuspekov, Y. K.

Publisher : Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Almaty, Kazakhstan

Journal article : Experimental Biology 2020 Vol.82 No.1 pp.75-86 ref.47

20. List of Orchidaceae family of the Kazakhstan part of the Altai mountains.

The article provides data of species distribution of the Orchidaceae family on the territory of Kazakhstan Altai. In order to further clarify the distribution and inventory of the modern growth of Orchid species, the main herbarium fund of botanical organizations was studied (dating from 1914 to...

Author(s) : Sumbembayev, A. A.; Danilova, A. N.; Abugalieva, S. I.

Publisher : Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Almaty, Kazakhstan

Journal article : Experimental Biology 2020 Vol.82 No.1 pp.87-94 ref.25

21. Anatomy of a dinosaur-clarification of vertebrae in vertebrate anatomy.

The flat-end surfaces of dinosaur vertebral centra led to the presumption that intervertebral discs occupied the space between their vertebrae. A set of fused hadrosaur vertebrae allowed that hypothesis to be tested. The Tyrannosaurus rex responsible for this pathology did not escape unscathed. It...

Author(s) : Rothschild, B. M.; Depalma, R. A.; Burnham, D. A.; Martin, L.

Publisher : Wiley, Berlin, Germany

Journal article : Anatomia Histologia Embryologia 2020 Vol.49 No.4 pp.571-574

22. Synopsis of Cyatheaceae from Myanmar.

A synopsis of Cyatheaceae from Myanmar is presented for the first time. The classification of four genera in Cyatheaceae is applied and 10 species in three genera are tentatively recognized in Myanmar based on herbarium collections and previous reports. Of the 10 recognized species, Gymnosphaera...

Author(s) : Dong ShiYong

Publisher : Magnolia Press, Auckland, New Zealand

Journal article : Phytotaxa 2020 Vol.449 No.3 pp.207-216 ref.many

23. Latitudinal shift in the timing of flowering of tree species across tropical Africa: insights from field observations and herbarium collections.

Temporal and spatial patterns in flowering phenology were assessed for eight tropical African tree species. Specifically, the frequency and seasonality of flowering at seven sites in central Africa were determined using field data, graphical analysis and circular statistics. Additionally, spatial...

Author(s) : Ouédraogo, D. Y.; Hardy, O. J.; Doucet, J. L.; Janssens, S. B.; Wieringa, J. J.; Stoffelen, P.; Ilondea, B. A.; Baya, F.; Beeckman, H.; Daïnou, K.; Dubiez, E.; Gourlet-Fleury, S.; Fayolle, A.

Publisher : Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK

Journal article : Journal of Tropical Ecology 2020 Vol.36 No.4 pp.159-173 ref.many

24. Herbarium-based measurements reliably estimate three functional traits.

Premise: The use of functional traits has surged in recent decades, providing new insights ranging from individual plant fitness to ecosystem processes. Global plant trait databases have advanced our understanding of plant functional diversity, but they remain incomplete because of geographic and...

Author(s) : Perez, T. M.; Rodriguez, J.; Heberling, J. M.

Publisher : Blackwell Publishing, Boston, USA

Journal article : American Journal of Botany 2020 Vol.107 No.10 pp.1457-1464

25. Dendrobium naungmungense Q. Liu & X. H. Jin, a new record of Orchidaceae from China.

Dendrobium naungmungense Q. Liu & X. H. Jin, a newly recorded species of Orchidaceae from China is reported. Characteristic description and color photos are provided. The voucher specimens are deposited in Herbarium of College of Forestry, Fujian Agriculture and Forestry University (FJFC).

Author(s) : Ma Liang; Dong JianWen; Chen ShiPin; Zhuang LiBin

Publisher : Science Press, Beijing, China

Journal article : Journal of Tropical and Subtropical Botany 2020 Vol.28 No.2 pp.201-202 ref.3