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Memorandum of understanding between the Real Jardín Botánico, CSIC and the Nees-Institut für Biodiversität der Pflanzen & Botanische Gärten der Universität Bonn

Memorandum of understanding between the Real Jardín Botánico, CSIC and the Nees-Institut für Biodiversität der Pflanzen & Botanische Gärten der Universität Bonn

For more than a decade the Royal Botanical Garden Madrid and the Nees Institute/Botanical Gardens Bonn share common research interests manifested in various joint publications.

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Biodiversitäts-Hotspot in Flammen

Biodiversitäts-Hotspot in Flammen

Botaniker der Universität Bonn rufen zum Erhalt der letzten Bergregenwälder in den peruanischen West-Anden auf

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Magic world at the forest floor

The forest floor harbors a wonderful array of less showy plants, such as bryophytes and lichens. Their beauty, however, is most often only revealed at a closer look. To former members of the Nees Institute Frank Bungartz and Dorothee Killmann provide a short introduction in the frame of the scientific program Leonardo (WDR5). Tune in!

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Mechanistic model of evolutionary rate variation en route to a nonphotosynthetic lifestyle in plants

Mechanistic model of evolutionary rate variation en route to a nonphotosynthetic lifestyle in plants

Susann Wicke, Kai F. Müller, Claude W. de Pamphilis, Dietmar Quandt, Sidonie Bellot, and Gerald M. Schneeweiss

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A review of symbiotic fungal endophytes in lycophytes and ferns - a global phylogenetic and ecological perspective

A review of symbiotic fungal endophytes in lycophytes and ferns - a global phylogenetic and ecological perspective

The journal „Symbiosis“ recently published a review on the putative symbiotic fungal association found in lycophytres and ferns, compiled by Dr. Marcus Lehnert and colleagues, of the research group of Prof. Quandt.

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Two new publications from nees Institute

Two new publications from nees Institute

The journal of the International Association for Plant Taxonomy, Taxon, has recently published two important articles lead-authored by three researchers of the Nees-Institute, Prof. Dr. Maximilian Weigend, Dr. Federico Luebert and Dr. Juliana Chacón, together with colleagues from 20 research institutes in eight countries on four continents.

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