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    Germination of Eryngium regnellii: a major species for ecological restoration of plant-pollinator interactions in the Southern Pampas (Buenos Aires, Argentina)

    Sabatino M1,2, AE Rovere1, N Maceira2

    Phyton-International Journal of Experimental Botany, Vol.84, No.2, pp. 435-443, 2015, DOI:10.32604/phyton.2015.84.435

    Abstract Eryngium regnellii Malme belongs to the largest genera in the Apiaceae family, with 250 species worldwide and 65 represented in South America. It is a herbaceous species typical of hill plant communities, which, along with remnant grassland patches, are the most relevant natural habitats for the maintenance of diversity in the Southern Pampas. Eryngium regnellii is key to the maintenance of pollination mutualisms, being a generalist (displaying a diverse assemblage of pollinators) and ubiquitous species (present in all studied sierras). However, fragmentation of the Pampean landscape due to agricultural intensification has led to the loss of natural environments. Therefore, the… More >

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