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Gwilym P. Lewis
Gwilym P. Lewis
Research Leader Legumes, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
Verified email at kew.org
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Legumes of the World
GP Lewis
(No Title), 2005
22972005
Growing knowledge: an overview of seed plant diversity in Brazil
DC Zappi, FLR Filardi, P Leitman, VC Souza, BMT Walter, JR Pirani, ...
Rodriguésia 66, 1085-1113, 2015
10742015
An overview of the plant diversity, biogeography and conservation of neotropical savannas and seasonally dry forests
RT Pennington, GP Lewis, JA Ratter
Neotropical savannas and seasonally dry forests, 1-29, 2006
623*2006
Legumes of Bahia. Illustred by Sue Wickson
GP Lewis
Roy. Bot. Gard. Kew. 369, 1987
5631987
Occurrence of nodulation in the Leguminosae
SM De Faria, GP Lewis, JI Sprent, JM Sutherland
New phytologist 111 (4), 607-619, 1989
4121989
A new subfamily classification of the Leguminosae based on a taxonomically comprehensive phylogeny: The Legume Phylogeny Working Group (LPWG)
N Azani, M Babineau, CD Bailey, H Banks, AR Barbosa, RB Pinto, ...
taxon 66 (1), 44-77, 2017
3522017
Phylogenetic patterns and diversification in the caesalpinioid legumes
A Bruneau, M Mercure, GP Lewis, PS Herendeen
Botany 86 (7), 697-718, 2008
3082008
Extinction risk and threats to plants and fungi
E Nic Lughadha, SP Bachman, TCC Leão, F Forest, JM Halley, J Moat, ...
Plants, People, Planet 2 (5), 389-408, 2020
3032020
Legume phylogeny and classification in the 21st century: progress, prospects and lessons for other species–rich clades
Legume Phylogeny Working Group, A Bruneau, JJ Doyle, P Herendeen, ...
Taxon 62 (2), 217-248, 2013
2872013
Phylogenetic relationships in the Caesalpinioideae (Leguminosae) as inferred from chloroplast trnL intron sequences
A Bruneau, F Forest, PS Herendeen, BB Klitgaard, GP Lewis
Systematic Botany 26 (3), 487-514, 2001
2832001
Global distribution patterns of the Leguminosae: insights from recent phylogenies.
BD Schrire, M Lavin, GP Lewis
Plant diversity and complexity patterns: local, regional and global …, 2005
2802005
Contrasting plant diversification histories within the Andean biodiversity hotspot
RT Pennington, M Lavin, T Särkinen, GP Lewis, BB Klitgaard, CE Hughes
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (31), 13783-13787, 2010
2482010
State of the World’s Plants and Fungi
A Antonelli, RJ Smith, C Fry, MSJ Simmonds, PJ Kersey, HW Pritchard, ...
Royal Botanic Gardens (Kew); Sfumato Foundation, 2020
2342020
Taxonomy based on science is necessary for global conservation
SA Thomson, RL Pyle, ST Ahyong, M Alonso-Zarazaga, J Ammirati, ...
PLoS biology 16 (3), e2005075, 2018
2342018
Metacommunity process rather than continental tectonic history better explains geographically structured phylogenies in legumes
M Lavin, BP Schrire, G Lewis, RT Pennington, A Delgado–Salinas, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B …, 2004
2082004
Biogeography of the Leguminosae
S BD
Legumes of the world, 21-54, 2005
1862005
New Guinea has the world’s richest island flora
R Cámara-Leret, DG Frodin, F Adema, C Anderson, MS Appelhans, ...
Nature 584 (7822), 579-583, 2020
1602020
Distinct chemotypes of Tephrosia vogelii and implications for their use in pest control and soil enrichment
PC Stevenson, GC Kite, GP Lewis, F Forest, SP Nyirenda, SR Belmain, ...
Phytochemistry 78, 135-146, 2012
1392012
A new generic system for the pantropical Caesalpinia group (Leguminosae)
E Gagnon, A Bruneau, CE Hughes, LP de Queiroz, GP Lewis
PhytoKeys, 1, 2016
1262016
Flavonol tetraglycosides from fruits of Styphnolobium japonicum (Leguminosae) and the authentication of Fructus Sophorae and Flos Sophorae
GC Kite, NC Veitch, ME Boalch, GP Lewis, CJ Leon, MSJ Simmonds
Phytochemistry 70 (6), 785-794, 2009
1192009
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