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Endemic Species


Carmelo Maria Musarella

"Mediterranea" University of Reggio Calabria

Ana Cano Ortiz

University of Jaén

This book consists of several thematic groups, including botany, zoology and topics related to human health. In regards to botany, chapters discuss endemic plants of Bolivia, Mexico, Italy and the Caribbean. They show the diversity, distribution and conservation of many species. In regards to zoology, the book highlights endemic primates and reptiles. Additionally, the book presents other environmental issues relevant to conservation. This volume also presents topics related to health, some of which are relevant for their implications on health and the economy, is the case of the presence of toxins in the Pacific plankton.All chapters present relevant content for future research or because they are fundamental for territorial management.

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Endemic SpeciesEdited by Eusebio Cano Carmona

Published: December 18th 2019

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.73421

ISBN: 978-1-83962-353-0

Print ISBN: 978-1-83968-252-0

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83962-354-7

Copyright year: 2019

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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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4. The Endemism of the Vascular Flora of Mexico Present in Comarca Lagunera, an Agricultural Region in the Chihuahuan Desert

By Alberto González-Zamora and Rebeca Pérez-Morales


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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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6. Instrumental Methods for Detection of Lipophilic Marine Toxins in Endemic Species from Pacific Austral Fjords

By Carlos García, Javiera Oyaneder-Terrazas and Héctor R. Contreras


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7. The Genotyping of Glucose 6 Phosphate Dehydrogenase deficiency (G6PD-d) in Malaria Endemic South Central Timor, East Nusa Tenggara, Eastern Indonesia

By Jontari Hutagalung, M. Soleha, Nikson Sitorus and Linawati Hananta


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8. Two Endemic Primates’ Species in China: Hainan Gibbon and Guizhou Snub-Nosed Monkey

By Jiang Zhou and Huaiqing Deng


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9. Modern State Law: Regulating Tradition or Protecting the Environment in the Mankon Kingdom of Northwest Cameroon?

By Ngambouk Vitalis Pemunta and Ngwa Donald Anye


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