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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 149, Number 1, March 2016

Free Content The biology of non-weedy parasitic plants: the third symposium
pp. 3-4(2)
Author: Wesselingh, Renate A.

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Free Content Functional biology of parasitic plants: a review
pp. 5-20(16)
Authors: Těšitel, Jakub

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Free Content Tracing nitrogen flow in a root-hemiparasitic association by foliar stable-isotope labelling
pp. 39-44(6)
Authors: Světlíková, Petra; Blažek, Petr; Mühlsteinová, Radka; Těšitel, Jakub

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Free Content Microsatellite analysis of four similar Euphrasia (Orobanchaceae) species changes the traditional view of this group
pp. 45-58(14)
Authors: Svobodová, Šárka; Košnar, Jiří; Koutecký, Petr; Štech, Milan

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Free Content Habitat characterization of two Pinguicula species (Lentibulariaceae) in the western Alps
pp. 81-91(11)
Authors: Zaccara Bertolini, Patrizia; Carbognani, Michele; Petraglia, Alessandro; Tribaudino, Mario; Tomaselli, Marcello

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Free Content Characterization of the epiphytic lichen vegetation in a riparian forest in southern Brazil
pp. 92-100(9)
Authors: Käffer, Márcia I.; Dantas, Renata V.; Martins, Suzana M. de A.

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Free Content Hydnophytum puffii (Rubiaceae: Psychotrieae), a new ant-plant from Sabah, Malaysian Borneo
pp. 123-130(8)
Authors: Low, Yee Wen; Sugau, John B.; Wong, Khoon Meng

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