Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Endangered Plants

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Sanjeet Kumar

Ambika Prasad Research Foundation

PublishedApril 28th, 2021

Doi10.5772/intechopen.87498

ISBN978-1-83962-894-8

Print ISBN978-1-83962-893-1

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-1-83962-899-3

Copyright year2021

Number of pages180

This book presents a multitude of contemporary views on endangered plants. Section I discusses a variety of endangered species and Section II presents conservation strategies for these plants. Chapters emphasize the impacts of climate change and anthropogenic activities on endangered plants and their restoration. It also explores recent developments in sustainable methods of conservation.

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2. How to Save Endangered Magnolias? From Population Biology to Conservation Action: The Case of Allopatric Radiation in Western Mexico

By José Antonio Vázquez-García, Miguel Angel Muñiz-Castro, Alex Dahua-Machoa, Edison Antonio Osorio-Muñoz, Gerardo Hernández-Vera, Alondra Salomé Ortega-Peña, Rosa de Lourdes Romo-Campos, César Jacobo-Pereira, Noelia Álvarez de Román and Viacheslav Shalisko

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370
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5. Endemic Vascular Plants from the Coromandel Coast of Tamil Nadu, Southern India

By Dhatchanamoorthy Narayanasamy and Balachandran Natesan

483
6. Community Conservation

By Amritpal Singh Kaleka and Gagan Preet Kour Bali

384
7. Germplasm Conservation

By Sameer Quazi, Tanya Golani and Arnaud Martino Capuzzo

637
8. Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment of Imperiled Plants in the Mojave Desert

By Jennifer Wilkening, Lara Kobelt and Tiffany J. Pereira

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