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ScienceWritten predominantly by systematists and taxonomists, the volume offers a very useful perspective on the complex issues of plant conservation and the debates over what must be done to preserve botanical diversity. Many readers will find the early chapters on the evolutionary context of plant diversity especially informative and the geographic and taxonomic case studies fascinating. . . . Krupnick, Kress, and the contributors have produced an excellent overview that will serve as both a reference for conservation professionals and a great resource for university teaching.
— Mike Maunder