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The Belgian Journal of Botany (now known as Plant Ecology and Evolution) is an international journal open to all fields of plant sciences. Please note, however, that papers restricted to purely nomenclatural matters or to floristical data of only local interest will not be accepted. The Journal appears in one volume of two issues per year. It publishes reviews, original research papers, short notes, letters to the editor, and book reviews. Click here for current issues of this journal

Belgian Journal of Botany is now published as Plant Ecology and Evolution.

Publisher: Royal Botanical Society of Belgium

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Volume 139, Number 1, June 2006

Eremosphaera tanganyikae sp. nov. (Trebouxiophyceae), a new species from lake Tanganyika
pp. 3-13(11)
Authors: Stoyneva, Maya; Gärtner, Georg; Cocquyt, Christine; Vyverman, Wim

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Ultrastructural alterations of sugarcane leaves caused by common sugarcane pathogens
pp. 14-26(13)
Authors: Legaz, María-Estrella; Millanes, Ana-María; Fontaniella, Blanca; Piñon, Dolores; De Armas, Roberto; Rodríguez, Carlos W.; Solas, María-Teresa; Vicente, Carlos

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Germplasm collection and fruit characterisation of cherimoya (Annona cherimola) in Loja province, Ecuador, an important centre of biodiversity
pp. 27-38(12)
Authors: Scheldeman, X.; Van Damme, P.; Romero Motoche, J.; Urena Alvarez, J.V.

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Bioindication by epilithic and epiphytic diatoms in the Sûre River (Luxembourg)
pp. 39-48(10)
Authors: Torrisi, M.; Rimet, F.; Cauchie, H.M.; Hoffmann, L.; Ector, L.

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Seed germination characteristics of Phragmites communis: effects of temperature and salinity
pp. 78-86(9)
Authors: Gorai, Mustapha; Vadel, Ahmedou M.; Neffati, Mohamed

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Effect of defoliation on silica accumulation in five tropical fodder grass species in Benin
pp. 87-102(16)
Authors: Kindomihou, Valentin; Sinsin, Brice; Meerts, Pierre

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Small-scale spatial structure in a remnant calcareous grassland
pp. 103-114(12)
Author: Maccherini, Simona

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Characterization of an Allium cultivated in Iran: the persian leek
pp. 115-123(9)
Authors: Mousavi, Amir; Kashi, Abedolkarim; Davoodi, Daryoush; Sanei Shariatpanahi, Mohammad

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Contribution to the phytosociology and conservation of tertiary relict species in northeastern Anatolia (Turkey)
pp. 124-130(7)
Authors: Eminağaoğlu, Özgür; Kutbay, Hamdi Güray; Bilgin, Ali; Yalçin, Erkan

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