The Research Scotland repository provides permanent access to digital research outputs from Scottish Government funded and affiliated research organisations.
Research plays an important role in shaping the policies of the Scottish Government. It helps us to think about new and better ways of doing things and provides new understandings and discoveries that benefit our society.
Research Scotland contains outputs from the partner organisations listed below. The content on the repository is freely available where possible, although some items are subject to publisher-imposed embargoes.
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(Wiley, 2023-07)Recent technological advances in long-read high-throughput sequencing and assembly methods have facilitated the generation of annotated chromosome-scale whole-genome sequence data for evolutionary studies; however, generating ...
Morphological trait evolution in Solanum (Solanaceae): Evolutionary lability of key taxonomic characters (Wiley, 2023-07-23)Solanum is one of the world's largest and economically most important plant genera, including 1245 currently accepted species and several major and minor crops (e.g., tomato, potato, brinjal eggplant, scarlet eggplant, ...
(Taylor and Francis, 2023-07)IntroductionThe family Marchantiaceae is often cited as a representative group of liverworts, partly because Marchantia polymorpha L. is well known as a model plant. Here, we re-examine and provide taxonomic notes on five ...
(Springer Nature, 2023-06-30)Dinoflagellates of the family Kryptoperidiniaceae, known as “dinotoms”, possess diatom-derived endosymbionts and contain individuals at three successive evolutionary stages: a transiently maintained kleptoplastic stage; a ...
(John Wiley & Sons, 2023-01)Aim To investigate the geographic patterns and ecological correlates in the geographic distribution of the most common tree dispersal modes in Amazonia (endozoochory, synzoochory, anemochory and hydrochory). We examined ...