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Endemic Species

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Academic Editor

Eusebio Cano Carmona
Eusebio Cano Carmona

University of Jaén,
Spain

Co-editors

Carmelo Maria Musarella
Carmelo Maria Musarella

University of Reggio Calabria,
Italy

Ana Cano Ortiz
Ana Cano Ortiz

Complutense University of Madrid,
Spain

Published18 December 2019

Doi10.5772/intechopen.73421

ISBN978-1-83962-353-0

Print ISBN978-1-83968-252-0

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-1-83962-354-7

Copyright year2019

Number of pages188

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Table of Contents

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1. Introductory Chapter: Endemism as a Basic Element for the Conservation of Species and Habitats

By Eusebio Cano Carmona, Ana Cano Ortiz and Carmelo Maria Musarella

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2. Salvia ceratophylloides Ard. (Lamiaceae): A Rare Endemic Species of Calabria (Southern Italy)

By Giovanni Spampinato, Valentina Lucia Astrid Laface, Ana Cano Ortiz, Ricardo Quinto Canas and Carmelo Maria Musarella

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3. Endemic Plant Species of Bolivia and Their Relationships with Vegetation

By Mónica Moraes R., Carla Maldonado and Freddy S. Zenteno-Ruiz

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5. Mexican Indigenous Species with Agroecological Uses

By Arellano-Perusquía Abraham, Bañuelos-Hernández Bernardo, Urquieta-Ramírez Luz, Albarrán-Tamayo Froylán, Aguilar-Ruiz Carlos Agustín, González-Márquez Marco Antonio, Junquera-Martínez Sergio and Cruz-Hernández Andrés

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