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AGUILERA et al. Is autotoxicity responsible for inhibition growth of new conspecific seedlings under the canopy of the invasive Acacia dealbata Link? PDF
CRUZ-RODRÍGUEZ et al. Antifungal activity of Crotalaria longirostrata Hook. & Arn. extracts against phytopathogen fungi from maize PDF
CUARTAS-DOMÍNGUEZ et al. Breeding system of Trichopetalum plumosum (Ruiz & Pav.) J.F. Macbr. (Asparagaceae), geophyte endemic to Chile PDF
GARCÍA-LÓPEZ et al. New records and updated list of green algae (Chlorophyta) from the littoral of Veracruz, Mexico PDF
LETELIER et al. Patterns of composition, richness and phylogenetic diversity of woody plant communities of Quillaja saponaria Molina (Quillajaceae) in the Chilean sclerophyllous forest PDF
MORAGA-SUAZO & SANFUENTES Growth promotion of Pinus radiata seedlings by soil inoculation and seed pretreatment with the biological control agent Clonostachys rosea PDF
PEREIRA et al. Asymbiotic germination in three Chloraea species (Orchidaceae) from Chile PDF
FUENTES et al. Taxonomic and genetic diversity of the priority site Hualpen Peninsula, Región Bío-Bío, Chile. Implications for conservation PDF
VILLAGRÁN & SQUIZZATO A reflection about Homero’s Flora, Vegetation and Ethnobotany PDF
GUZMÁN-MARÍN & SALDAÑA Contribution of accidental epiphytism to the vascular plants distribution in a southern temperate rainforest PDF
PALMA-ROJAS et al. Nuclear DNA content and chromosome number of Krameria cistoidea Hook. & Arn. (Krameriaceae) PDF
PAZ et al. The occurrence of phenylpropanoids in the saps of six Piper species (Piperaceae) from Brazil PDF
RODRÍGUEZ & GUZMÁN-MARÍN Asplenium patagonicum (Aspleniaceae, Pteridophyta) new species from Chile PDF
SUÁREZ et al. The genus Bartramia Hedw. (Bartramiaceae, Bryophyta) in Uruguay PDF
BAEZA et al. Chromosomal characterization of Rhodolirium laetum (Phil.) Ravenna (Amaryllidaceae) through karyotyping and in-situ hybridization of ribosomal DNA PDF
PEÑA et al. Revision of Megalachne Steud. (Poaceae: Pooideae: Poeae), an endemic genus of Juan Fernandez Archipelago, Chile PDF
ROJO et al. Genetic diversity of Chondrostereum purpureum (Pers.) Pouzar causing silverleaf disease on blueberries in Chile PDF
GAYANA BOTANICA, dedicated to the French naturalist Claude Gay, is a journal for the rapid publication of original research in all areas of the biology of plants and fungi.
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