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Plant Ecology and Evolution (a continuation of Belgian Journal of Botany, incorporating Systematics and Geography of Plants) is an international journal devoted to ecology, phylogenetics and systematics of all ‘plant' groups in the traditional sense (including algae, cyanobacteria, fungi, myxomycetes), also covering related fields such as comparative and developmental morphology, conservation biology, evolution, phytogeography, pollen and spores, population biology, and vegetation studies. It is published by Meise Botanic Garden and the Royal Botanical Society of Belgium and contains original research papers, review articles, checklists, short communications and book reviews.

Plant Ecology and Evolution was previously published as Belgian Journal of Botany.

Publisher: Meise Botanic Garden and Royal Botanical Society of Belgium

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Volume 144, Number 1, March 2011

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Free Content Patterns of hybridization and hybrid survival in the invasive alien Fallopia complex (Polygonaceae)
pp. 12-18(7)
Authors: Saad, Layla; Tiébré, Marie-Solange; Hardy, Olivier J.; Mahy, Grégory; Vanderhoeven, Sonia

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Free Content Grazing impact on plant spatial distribution and community composition
pp. 19-28(10)
Authors: Kohyani, Pejman Tahmasebi; Bossuyt, Beatrijs; Bonte, Dries; Hoffmann, Maurice

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Free Content Deep sequencing of Ptilidium (Ptilidiaceae) suggests evolutionary stasis in liverwort plastid genome structure
pp. 29-43(15)
Authors: Forrest, Laura L.; Wickett, Norman J.; Cox, Cymon J.; Goffinet, Bernard

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Free Content Morphology and development of spikelets and flowers in Cyperus and Pycreus (Cyperaceae)
pp. 44-63(20)
Authors: Vrijdaghs, Alexander; Reynders, Marc; Muasya, A. Muthama; Larridon, Isabel; Goetghebeur, Paul; Smets, Erik F.

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Free Content Novitates gabonenses 77: A new Eriosema (Leguminosae-Papilionoideae) from Gabon and adjacent Congo
pp. 101-105(5)
Authors: Van Der Maesen, Jos; Walters, Gretchen M.

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Free Content Scat analysis reveals a wide set of plant species to be potentially dispersed by foxes
pp. 106-110(5)
Authors: D'hondt, Bram; Vansteenbrugge, Lies; Van Den Berge, Koen; Bastiaens, Jan; Hoffmann, Maurice

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Free Content A new taxon of the genus Salvia (Lamiaceae) from Turkey
pp. 111-114(4)
Authors: Celep, Ferhat; Kahraman, Ahmet; Dogan, Musa

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Free Content The genus Coccochondra (neotropical Rubiaceae) expanded
pp. 115-118(4)
Author: Taylor, Charlotte M.

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