Integración y transmisión de la información contenida en los Herbarios a través del tiempo, el espacio y las especies

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Os enlazamos un interesante artículo que aporta un gran nímero de referencias bibliográficas sobre los distintos usos no tradicionales de los Herbarios.


Los herbarios son un recurso único para comprender la biodiversidad mundial y para abordar los desafíos de la sociedad. Su uso tradicional en la taxonomía -para documentar y describir la biodiversidad- es tan importante hoy como siempre, pero los herbarios también se están usando para abordar y resolver nuevos problemas que se están planteando. Esperamos que las referencias bibliográficas contenidas en este artículo inspiren nuevos usos complementarios de las colecciones de los herbarios, así como que destaquen la necesidad de una continua preservación, conservación y expansión de las colecciones, acompañadas por los datos detallados de recolección contenidos en las etiquetas.

Editorial ARTICLE

Front. Plant Sci., 21 August 2020 | https://doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2020.01319

Editorial: Integrative and Translational Uses of Herbarium Collections Across Time, Space, and Species

Nina Rønsted1,2*, Olwen M. Grace3* and Mark A. Carine4*

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In memoriam: José María Gabriel y Galán (1971-2020) Lista vermelha da flora vascular de Portugal continental

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