Plant Systematics, Conservation Biology, and Ethnobotany

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Dr. Peter Bernhardt

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Dr. Peter Bernhardt
Pollination Biology and Breeding Systems of Threatened and Rare Species. Retha Meier and Peter Bernhardt explore the problems endangered plants may experience when it's time to reproduce. In recent years, projects in the Missouri Ozarks and Kansas dry prairies included studies on Missouri bladderpod (Physaria filiformis), Mead's milkweed (Aeclepias meadii) and two lady's slipper orchids (Cypripedium
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Dr. Sandra Arango-Caro

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Dr. Sandra Arango-Caro
Patterns of Habitat Suitability of Border Privet (Ligustrum obtusifolium) an Invasive Species of Missouri. Requirements for suitable habitats are critical factors for successful control and prevention of invasive species. The Border Privet is a deciduous shrub native from Japan, Korea, and China. It is commonly used as a hedge in landscaping and has several ecological impacts. This species is easily dispersed by wildlife and forms dense thickets ...
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Dr. Wendy Applequist

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Dr. Wendy Applequist
1.) Morphology and Systematics of the Genus Ptelea. Ptelea is a genus of trees belonging to the citrus family; it is native to the eastern and southern portions of North America, where it has been used in traditional herbal medicine. The last revision of this genus, in 1962, recognized three species. Two of these were local southwestern species; P. trifoliata was broadly defined as a widespread and variab...
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