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Aroid collections

Hi All,


I am presently preparing a talk for an upcoming  meeting in Nancy on the use of living collections of Araceae in research (any field of research). I would like to have a good idea of the studies that have been done using living collections of Aroids. I already have some examples of work that has been done at some of the larger botanical gardens.  However, I am also interested in finding out about studies that have been conducted at smaller institutions (public or private).  If you know of a living collection of Aroids that has been used in research, I would greatly appreciate it if you could answer the following questions and reply directly to me by e-mail.


Sincerely yours,


Denis Barabe 





Name of the institution:


Country and city:


Public (collection open to the public) or private:


Number of genera:


Number of species:


Number of cultivars:


Examples of studies done by using the collection (no more than three):


Published (or in preparation) papers or books citing the collection (no more than three):

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