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Sustainability, as compared to the rule of law, human rights, sovereignty or democracy, is a relatively new constitutional key concept. 2 It is mentioned explicitly more and more in constitutional discourses, and – even more importantly – it helps
Authors:Jia Zheng, Zhi-yun Zhao, Xu Zhang, Dar-zen Chen, Mu-hsuan Huang, Xiao-ping Lei, Ze-yu Zhang, Yun-hua Zhao, and Run-sheng Liu
With the development of science and technology, global economy has become extremely competitive. A country's competitiveness depends on its overall national strength, and one of the keys is its science and
Authors:A. Borhidi, E. Martinez Salas, and S. Salas-Morales
The monographic treatment of the genus
Schltdl. et Cham. published in 1988 by Lorence and Dwyer turned to be a broad sense approach with 23 species, including several alien elements and forming a polyphyletic unit. It was criticised by Borhidi
. (2004) excluding 6 species belonging to 5 different genera. Since that time a number of real
species of original sense has been discovered and described. Actually, the genus comprises 31 species without the excluded ones. In this volume 6 new species, in this paper 4 new ones:
and a new combination,
are published, followed by a rectified generic description and a new analytic key.
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