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Grass Systematics, Evolution and Conservation

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This latest special issue of the Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society examines the systematics, evolution and conservation of the Poaceae family. Papers in the issue come from research presented at the Monocots VI/Grasses VII meeting.

The breadth of subject matter and analytical techniques presented in the 16 original research articles is impressive, with each helping to drive forward our understanding of the diversity of this most well-known of plant families. Highlights in the issue include:

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