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  • Relations and evolution in "Cheilanthes" ("Sinopteridaceae, Pteridophyta") in Macaronesia and Mediterranean area, deduced from genome analysis of their hybrids 

    Vida, G.; Major, A.; Reichstein, T. (Universidad de Málaga, Servicio de Publicaciones, 1983)
    Nine species of "Cheilantoid ferns" are known to grow in Macaronesia and the Mediterranean basin. Two of them (lacking a pseudo-indusium and having the basic chromosome number X = 29), both aggregate species which we prefer ...
  • El género "Isoetes L." en la Península Ibérica 

    Prada, C. (Universidad de Málaga, Servicio de Publicaciones, 1983)
    Se ha efectuado una revisión taxonómica del género Isoetes L. en la Península Ibérica, reconociéndose representantes de las cuatro secciones admitidas para el género. Se propone un nuevo cambio de rango y se reivindica el ...
  • Datos ecológicos de los helechos ("Pteridophyta") del Centro de la Península Ibérica 

    Rivas Martínez, Salvador (Universidad de Málaga, Servicio de Publicaciones, 1983)
    Se enumeran datos ecológicos, altitudinales y biogeográficos de helechos (Pteridophyta) del centro de la Península Ibérica.
  • La labor de Betty Molesworth Allen 

    Fernández Galiano, Emilio (Universidad de Málaga, Servicio de Publicaciones, 1983)
  • O genero "Cheilanthes" Swartz em Portugal 

    Rocha Afonso, M. L. (Universidad de Málaga, Servicio de Publicaciones, 1983)
    A A. estudou minuciosamente os espécimes de Cheilanthes spp. existentes nos principais herbários portugueses (COI, LISI, LISU e PO) e concluiu que grande parte dos espécimes em tempos identificados como Ch. pteridioides ...
  • On the genus "Asplenium" in the Iberian Peninsula" 

    Sleep, A. (Universidad de Málaga, Servicio de Publicaciones, 1983)
    The Asplenium species recorded from the Iberian peninsula comprise diploids and tetraploids, and of the latter, both auto- and allotetraploids occur. Evidence from the meiotic pairing behaviour of the chromosomes in synthetic ...
  • The family "Thelypteridaceae" in Europe 

    Holtumm, R.E. (Universidad de Málaga, Servicio de Publicaciones, 1983)
    Thelypteridaceae are mainly tropical ferns, the total number of species is about one thousand. The five European species represent five different groups, each of which has recently been accorded generic status. Thelypteris ...
  • The "Dryopteris dilatata complex in Macaronesia and the Iberian Peninsula 

    Gibby, M. (Universidad de Málaga, Servicio de Publicaciones, 1983)
    Diploid and tetraploid species of the Dryopteris dilatata complex are found in Spain and Portugal. In an attempt to determine the relationships between species the cytology of both wild and synthetised hybrids has been ...