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1. Advances in root architectural modeling.

Author(s) : Postma, J. A.; Black, C. K.

Publisher : Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing Limited, Cambridge, UK

Book chapter : Understanding and improving crop root function 2021 pp.3-32 ref.many

2. Understanding and exploiting the genetics of plant root traits.

Author(s) : Tuberosa, R.; Frascaroli, E.; Maccaferri, M.; Salvi Silvio

Publisher : Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing Limited, Cambridge, UK

Book chapter : Understanding and improving crop root function 2021 pp.395-466 ref.many

3. The use of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi to improve root function and nutrient-use efficiency.

Author(s) : Thirkell, T.; Hoysted, G.; Elliott, A.; Field, K.; Daniell, T.

Publisher : Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing Limited, Cambridge, UK

Book chapter : Understanding and improving crop root function 2021 pp.493-529 ref.many

4. All traits are functional: an evolutionary viewpoint.

Author(s) : Sobral, M.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Trends in Plant Science 2021 Vol.26 No.7 pp.674-676

5. Measurement of plant tissue porosity: I. Pycnometer method.

Author(s) : Shimamura, S.; Shiono, K.; Yamauchi, T.

Publisher : Japanese Society for Root Research (JSRR), Tokyo, Japan

Journal article : Root Research (Ne-no-kenkyu) 2021 Vol.30 No.1 pp.8-12 ref.12

6. Is the pr form of phytochrome biologically active in the nucleus?

Author(s) : Li JiGang; Hiltbrunner, A.

Publisher : Cell Press, Cambridge, USA

Journal article : Molecular Plant 2021 Vol.14 No.4 pp.535-537

7. Root anatomy predicts ecological optima in Carex (Cyperaceae) in terms of Ellenberg indicator values.

The multinomial ecological indicator values (EIV) categorize species according to their ecological optima. They are a widely used expert system in ecology and vegetation science, their biological causes are largely unknown. The root anatomy of Carex shows considerable quantitative and qualitative...

Author(s) : Hoffmann, M. H.; Gebauer, S.; Lühmann, R.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Ecological Indicators 2021 Vol.129 ref.many

8. Serotiny and the evolution of seed cone size in Cupressaceae conifers.

Premise of research. Serotiny is a specialized dispersal mechanism in which seeds are retained on the parent plant and released following a disturbance event. This strategy has evolved repeatedly in plants inhabiting fire-prone regions and typically requires adaptations for the protection and...

Author(s) : Swarup, K.; Contreras, D.; Leslie, A. B.

Publisher : University of Chicago Press, Chicago, USA

Journal article : International Journal of Plant Sciences 2021 Vol.182 No.1 pp.9-18

9. Anatomical characterization of elephant grass under different defoliation frequencies and levels of insertion on the tiller.

The objective evaluates the anatomy of elephant grass under different defoliation frequencies and levels of insertion on the tiller. The experiment was set up as a completely randomized design with a 3 × 5 factorial arrangement consisting of leaf sheath insertion levels (IL) on the tiller and...

Author(s) : Sanchês, S. S. C.; Rodrigues, R. C.; Araújo, R. A. de; Santos, F. N. de S.; Silva, I. R. da; Figueredo, E. S.; Cabral, L. da S.; Araújo, J. dos S.; Costa, C. dos S.

Publisher : Taylor & Francis, Abingdon, UK

Journal article : Biological Rhythm Research 2021 Vol.52 No.1 pp.22-31 ref.21

10. Impacts of coexisting buildings and trees on the performance of rooftop wind turbines: an idealized numerical study.

In response to the rapid growth of energy consumption in urban cities, rooftop wind turbines (RWT) have emerged as a powerful technique for providing sustainable energy and strategically minimizing the carbon footprint of buildings. However, significant knowledge gaps exist regarding how RWT...

Author(s) : Fan XianTao; Ge MingWei; Tan Wei; Li Qi

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Renewable Energy 2021 Vol.177 pp.164-180

11. Superseding the type of Mendoncia (Acanthaceae) with a species from eastern Brazil.

The identity of the type of the genus Mendoncia is clarified and the existing type superseded. A Brazilian species, M. velloziana, is chosen in favour of M. aspera, described from Peru. This became necessary because Vandelli only had access to eastern Brazilian material from the region of Rio de...

Author(s) : Silva, F. A. da; Taylor, N. P.; Zappi, D. C.

Publisher : Wiley, Hoboken, USA

Journal article : Taxon 2021 Vol.70 No.4 pp.875-879

12. Typification of Dactylis ibizensis (Poaceae) and inference of the ploidy level of the type specimen.

Dactylis ibizensis (Poaceae) is lectotypified based on a specimen at W. Anatomical and macromorphological data from karyologically verified individuals strongly support that the lectotype comprises exclusively diploid plants. This allows for preservation of the name in current use for the Balearic...

Author(s) : Rosselló, J. A.; Maravilla, A. J.; Rosato, M.; Torres, N.; Ferrer-Gallego, P. P.

Publisher : Wiley, Hoboken, USA

Journal article : Taxon 2021 Vol.70 No.4 pp.866-874

13. Phylogenomics of Brosimum (Moraceae) and allied genera, including a revised subgeneric system.

We present a phylogenomic study of Brosimum (Moraceae) and the allied genera Trymatococcus and Helianthostylis, with near-complete taxon sampling. Distributed from Mexico and the Greater Antilles to the Amazon, this clade contains the underutilized crop ramón (bread nut) (Brosimum alicastrum) as...

Author(s) : Gardner, E. M.; Audi, L.; Zhang Qian; Sauquet, H.; Monro, A. K.; Zerega, N. J. C.

Publisher : Wiley, Hoboken, USA

Journal article : Taxon 2021 Vol.70 No.4 pp.778-792

14. Node ages, relationships, and phylogenomic incongruence in an ancient gymnosperm lineage - phylogeny of Ephedra revisited.

Knowledge of relationships among plants has improved dramatically but for many groups, it still rests solely on information from the plastid genome. Consequently, only parts of the organisms' evolutionary history are revealed. For the ancient gymnosperms of Ephedra (Gnetales), previous conclusions...

Author(s) : Rydin, C.; Blokzijl, R.; Thureborn, O.; Wikström, N.

Publisher : Wiley, Hoboken, USA

Journal article : Taxon 2021 Vol.70 No.4 pp.701-719 ref.many

15. New taxonomic circumscription to Chamaecrista ser. Setosae (H.S. Irwin & Barneby) H.S. Irwin & Barneby (Leguminosae, Caesalpinioideae).

This work presents a new circumscription and a taxonomic treatment for Chamaecrista ser. Setosae that resulted from previous phylogenetic studies and the analysis of ca. 350 collections, including typus, as well as the observation of populations in field. Nine species were recognized for the...

Author(s) : Oliveira, J. A. de; Mendes, T. P.; Souza, A. O. de; Silva, M. J. da

Publisher : Magnolia Press, Auckland, New Zealand

Journal article : Phytotaxa 2021 Vol.490 No.2 pp.118-158 ref.23

16. Acianthera bilobulata (Orchidaceae: Pleurothallidinae), a new species from Southwestern Ecuador.

Acianthera bilobulata is described and illustrated as new species. Information concerning distribution, habitat, phenology, and conservation status are provided. The new taxon is compared with the most similar species A. pubescens, from which it differs by its elliptic-lanceolate leaves,...

Author(s) : Romero, B. J. Z.; Solano, R.

Publisher : Magnolia Press, Auckland, New Zealand

Journal article : Phytotaxa 2021 Vol.490 No.2 pp.159-171 ref.45

17. Reinstatement of Lonicera tricalysioides (Caprifoliaceae) as a distinctive species from China.

Lonicera tricalysioides (Caprifoliaceae), a species described only on the basis of specimens with immature fruits from Chishui county in northern Guizhou province, China, has been previously reduced to the synonymy of L. ligustrina var. pileata. Upon the observations of both herbarium specimens and ...

Author(s) : Zeng YouPai; Luo YuFeng; Yang QinEr

Publisher : Magnolia Press, Auckland, New Zealand

Journal article : Phytotaxa 2021 Vol.490 No.2 pp.183-190 ref.8

18. Taxonomic reinstatement of Garcinia conicarpa Wight (Clusiaceae).

Based on the literature survey, examintion of types, and the rules of ICN, we recognize Garcinia conicarpa as the legitimate name and the species status is reinstated. The taxon has distinctive morphological characters to be treated as a species rather than a variety of Garcinia gummi-gutta....

Author(s) : Shameer, P. S.; Thyagarajan Sabu; Mohanan, N. N.

Publisher : Magnolia Press, Auckland, New Zealand

Journal article : Phytotaxa 2021 Vol.490 No.2 pp.191-196 ref.21

19. Litsea manilaliana (Lauraceae): a new species from southern Western Ghats, Kerala, India.

A new species in the Lauraceae, Litsea manilaliana Robi & Udayan, is described and illustrated from the Wagamon hills in India. The new species is similar to L. gorayana, from which it differs by its densely lenticellate branchlets, its elliptic leaves with cuneate base, obtuse apex and...

Author(s) : Robi, A. J.; Udayan, P. S.

Publisher : Magnolia Press, Auckland, New Zealand

Journal article : Phytotaxa 2021 Vol.490 No.2 pp.197-202 ref.17

20. Clerodendrum angustipetalum, a new species of Clerodendrum (Lamiaceae) from Thailand.

Clerodendrumangustipetalum (Lamiaceae), an endemic species to Narathiwat province, southern Thailand, is described and illustrated as a species new to science. It is similar to C. nutans in having an elongate pendulous inflorescence, but essentially differs in the thicker leaf texture...

Author(s) : Satthaphorn, J.; Paton, A. J.; Leeratiwong, C.

Publisher : Magnolia Press, Auckland, New Zealand

Journal article : Phytotaxa 2021 Vol.491 No.2 pp.177-183 ref.16

21. A new species of Sciodaphyllum (Araliaceae) from the chocó biogeographical region in Colombia.

A new species of Sciodaphyllum (Araliaceae), S. pygmaeum, is described and illustrated from the basin of the Anchicayá River in the Chocó Biogeographical region of Colombia. This new species differs from other members of the genus by being a small monocaulous shrub, with hollow branches, tubular...

Author(s) : Jiménez-Montoya, J.; Pizano, C.; Idárraga-Piedrahíta, Á.

Publisher : Magnolia Press, Auckland, New Zealand

Journal article : Phytotaxa 2021 Vol.491 No.2 pp.184-190 ref.25

22. Graptopetalum rosanevadoensis (Crassulaceae): a new haplostemonous species from the Nevado de Colima, Jalisco, Mexico.

Graptopetalum rosanevadoensis (subgenus Glassia, Crassulaceae), a new haplostemonous species from Jalisco, Mexico, is described and illustrated. Its closest morphological species are G. superbum and G. pentandrum. It differs from both in having a much larger rosette with more numerous leaves and in ...

Author(s) : Vázquez-García, J. A.; Acevedo-Rosas, R.; Cházaro-Basáñez, M.; Nieves-Hernández, G.; Sahagún-Godínez, E.

Publisher : Magnolia Press, Auckland, New Zealand

Journal article : Phytotaxa 2021 Vol.496 No.2 pp.159-169 ref.34

23. Zehneria palmatiloba, a new species of Cucurbitaceae from Atlantic Central Africa.

A new species from Central Africa, Zehneria palmatiloba, is described and illustrated. It is very unusual in the genus by its deeply 5- to 7-palmatilobate leaves, a character otherwise only occasionally found in Z. racemosa from Angola. It differs from the latter by its non-scabrid and almost...

Author(s) : Lachenaud, O.; Schaefer, H.

Publisher : Magnolia Press, Auckland, New Zealand

Journal article : Phytotaxa 2021 Vol.496 No.2 pp.170-178 ref.37

24. Two new species of Pterostylis (Orchidaceae; Orchidoideae) from the sunset country, Victoria, Australia.

In northwestern Victoria, Australia, the Pterostylis (Orchidaceae) section Oligochaetochilus 'rufa group' comprises several little studied and poorly collected taxa. We surveyed populations of the rufa group in the Sunset Country, collecting information on the habitat and vegetation community....

Author(s) : Reiter, N.; Kosky, W.; Clements, M.

Publisher : Magnolia Press, Auckland, New Zealand

Journal article : Phytotaxa 2021 Vol.500 No.3 pp.153-165 ref.many

25. Heracleum piliferum (Apiaceae), a new species from central Nepal.

A new species, Heracleum piliferum (Apiaceae), is described from the Annapurna mountain massif, central Nepal. The new species is related to H. forrestii and H. hemsleyanum and differs from them in dense pubescence of petioles, short triangular sheaths of stem leaves, 2-pinnate leaf blades, shallow ...

Author(s) : Kljuykov, E.; Lyskov, D.; Ukrainskaja, U.; Samigullin, T.; Terentieva, E.

Publisher : Magnolia Press, Auckland, New Zealand

Journal article : Phytotaxa 2021 Vol.500 No.3 pp.166-178