Preslia 93/4 (2021)

 

New issue of the journal Preslia was published. It is the last one issue distributed as hard copy. Starting with issue 1 of 2022, Preslia will be published in the Gold Open Access regime.

Contents:

Urfus T., Kopecký M., Urfusová R. & Chrtek J.
Whole genome duplication increases ecological niche breadth of the perennial herb Urtica dioica

Trávníček B., Sochor M., Kosiński P. & Király G.
Taxonomy of the Rubus gothicus group in south-eastern central Europe

Kirschner J., Štěpánek J., Kamińska M., Trávníček P., Trejgell A. & Vončina G.
The reassessment of Taraxacum pieninicum reveals polyploidy, agamospermy and a substantial range extension

Filep R., Lengyel A., Cook B. J., Farkas Á., Nagy K., Nagy D. U., Imri Á., Czakó-Vér K. & Pal R. W.
Helianthus tuberosus at home and away: stronger ecological impacts in invaded than in native range are not explained by arbuscular mycorrhizal colonization

Urfusová R., Mahelka V., Krahulec F., Veškrna O. & Urfus T.
The mentor effect increases the rate of selfing in couch grasses

Preslia, The Journal of the Czech Botanical Society is published with financial support from the Czech Academy of Sciences. Subscription for Vol. 93, 2021 (4 issues) € 100 incl. postage.

 

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