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    • Urbina Casanova, Rafael; Luebert Bruron, Federico José; Pliscoff, Patricio; Scherson Vicencio, Rosa Amelia (Cambridge Univ. Press, 2016)
      Conservation planning relies heavily on representativeness patterns. In Chile, this has not been assessed at the species level. This study evaluates floristic representativeness in the National System of Protected Areas ...
    • Zhang, Caifei; Zhang, Taikui; Luebert Bruron, Federico; Xiang, Yezi; Huang, Chien-Hsun; Hu, Yi; Rees, Mathew; Frohlich, Michael W.; Qi, Ji; Weigend, Maximilian; Ma, Hong (Oxford, 2020)
      Asterids are one of the most successful angiosperm lineages, exhibiting extensive morphological diversity and including a number of important crops. Despite their biological prominence and value to humans, the deep asterid ...
    • Acuña Castillo, Rafael; Luebert Bruron, Federico; Henning, Tilo; Weigend, Maximilian (Elsevier, 2020)
    • Luebert Bruron, Federico José; Cecchi, Lorenzo; Frohlich, Michael; Gottschling, Marc; Guilliams, C. Matt; Hasenstab-Lehman, Kristen; Hilger, Hartmut; Miller, James; Mittelbach, Moritz; Nazaire, Mare; Nepi, Massimo; Nocentini, Daniele; Daniele, Dietrich; Olmstead, Richard; Selvi, Federico; Simpson, Michael; Sutorý, Karel; Valdés, Benito; Walden, Genevieve; Weigend, Maximilian (International Association for Plant Taxonomy, 2016)
      he Boraginales are now universally accepted as monophyletic and firmly placed in Lamiidae. However, a consensus about familial classification has remained elusive, with some advocating recognition of a single, widely ...
    • Scherson Vicencio, Rosa; Luebert Bruron, Federico; Pliscoff, Patricio; Fuentes Castillo, Taryn (Wiley, 2020)
      Relatively recent increases in molecular and geographic data for many taxa in different areas of the world have provided scientists with tools to evaluate biodiversity using evolutionary or phylogeny-based indices (reviewed ...
    • Vasile, Maria Anna; Luebert Bruron, Federico; Jeiter, Julius; Weigend, Maximilian (Wiley, 2021)
      Premise Fruit type and morphology are tightly connected with angiosperm diversification. In Boraginales, the first-branching families, including Hydrophyllaceae, have one- to many-seeded capsules, whereas most of the ...
    • Luebert Bruron, Federico José (Sociedad Argentina de Botánica, 2017)
      La delimitación genérica dentro de Heliotropiaceae ha sufrido cambios en el último tiempo que no son recogidos en publicaciones taxonómicas recientes sobre el grupo en Argentina. En este trabajo se actualiza la taxonomía ...
    • Jeiter, Juliu; Staedler, Yannick M.; Schoenenberger, Juerg; Weigend, Maximilian; Luebert Bruron, Federico José (University Chicago Press, 2018)
      Premise of research.Heliotropiaceae (Boraginales) are morphologically readily defined by their peculiar floral morphology, especially their conspicuous stigmatic heads. Heliotropium L. is the largest genus of the family, ...
    • Acuña Castillo, Rafael; Luebert Bruron, Federico José; Henning, Tilo; Weigend, Maximilian (Academic Press, 2019)
      The Loasoideae is the largest clade in the Loasaceae. This subfamily is widespread throughout the Neotropics and centered in the Andes, presenting an excellent opportunity to study diversification across much of temperate ...
    • Merklinger, Félix F.; Luebert Bruron, Federico (Pensoft Publishers, 2020)
      Ophryosporus Meyen is reviewed for Chile and an updated species list for the country based on herbarium records and literature review is presented. A key to the Chilean species is provided and a distribution range of taxa ...
    • Acuña, Rafael; Fliesswasser, Stella; Ackermann, Markus; Henning, Tilo; Luebert Bruron, Federico José; Weigend, Maximilian (Int Assoc Plant Taxonomy, 2017-04)
      Loasaceae, a mostly American group, is one of the largest families of Cornales. In spite of considerable progress over the last 20 years, the relationships of some clades remain controversial, especially in the "South ...
    • Sancho, Gisela; Katinas, Liliana; Viera Barreto, Jessica N.; Moreira Muñoz, Andrés; Luebert Bruron, Federico José (International Association for Plant Taxonomy, 2018)
      Proustia is a small southern Andean genus of shrubs, vines and small trees, which are characteristic elements of Chilean and Argentine Andean forests, thickets and desert scrubs. Since Proustia possesses an unusual and ...
    • Luebert Bruron, Federico José; Moreira Muñoz, Andrés; Wilke, Katharina; Dillon, Michael O. (International Association for Plant Taxonomy, 2017)
      The Gnaphalieae (Asteraceae) are a cosmopolitan tribe with around 185 genera and 2000 species. The New World is one of the centers of diversity of the tribe with 24 genera and over 100 species, most of which form a clade ...
    • Vasile, Maria Anna; Jeiter, Julius; Weigend, Maximilian; Luebert Bruron, Federico José (Taylor & Fracis, 2020)
      This study aimed to examine the systematic position of South American species ofPhacelia(Hydrophyllaceae) andWigandia(Namaceae) and the historical biogeography of Hydrophyllaceae and Namaceae using molecular dating and ...
    • Chacón, Juliana; Luebert Bruron, Federico José; Selvi, Federico; Cecchi, Lorenzo; Weigend, Maximilian (Academic Press, 2019)
      Studies about the drivers of angiosperm clade diversifications have revealed how the environment continuously alters the species chances to adapt or to go extinct. This process depends on complex interactions between abiotic ...
    • Ruhm, Jonathan; Böhnert, Tim; Weigend, Maximilian; Merklinger, Félix F.; Stoll, Alexandra; Quandt, Dietmar; Luebert Bruron, Federico José (Public Library Science, 2020)
      Extreme arid conditions in the Atacama Desert in northern Chile have created a unique vegetation almost entirely restricted to the desert margins along the coast of the Pacific Ocean and the Andean range. In this study we ...
    • Merklinger, F.; Zheng, Y.; Luebert Bruron, Federico; Harpke, D.; Boehnert, T.; Stoll, A.; Koch, M. A.; Blattner, F. R.; Wiehe, T.; Quandt, D. (Elsevier, 2020)
      In hyper-arid habitats vegetation tends to be highly patchy with individual plant populations set widely apart from each other. In the Atacama Desert of northern Chile, rainfall is essentially absent, but fog occurring ...
    • Luebert Bruron, Federico José; Pliscoff, Patricio (Universitaria, 2006)
    • Chacón, Juliana; Luebert Bruron, Federico José; Hilger, Hartmut; Ovchinnikova, Svetlana; Selvi, Federico; Cecchi, Lorenzo; Guilliams, C. Matt; Hasenstab-Lehman, Kristen; Sutorý, Karel; Simpson, Michael; Weigend, Maximilian (International Association for Plant Taxonomy, 2016)
      Boraginaceae s.str. is a subcosmopolitan family of 1600 to 1700 species in around 90 genera, and recent phylogenetic studies indicate that the infrafamilial classification as currently used is highly obsolete. The present ...