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654Airborne Environmental DNA metabarcoding as a plant community survey methodFrontiers in Botany: Environmental DNA as an Emerging Tool for Measuring, Monitoring, and Managing Plant Biodiversity Johnson, Mark D. ; Fokar, Mohamed ; Cox, Robert D. ; Barnes, Matthew A..
672Are eDNA assays useful for detecting aquatic invasive plants?  A three-part case study based on invasive water soldier (Stratiotes aloides) populations in CanadaFrontiers in Botany: Environmental DNA as an Emerging Tool for Measuring, Monitoring, and Managing Plant Biodiversity Freeland, Joanna; Wilson, Chris; Marinich, Allison ; Currier, Charise; Wozney, Kristyne ; Coghlan, Stephanie ; Shafer, Aaron .Aquatic plants
invasive plants
eDNA
plant surveys 
Stratiotes aloides
3Frontiers in Botany: Environmental DNA as an Emerging Tool for Measuring, Monitoring, and Managing Plant BiodiversityFrontiers in Botany: Environmental DNA as an Emerging Tool for Measuring, Monitoring, and Managing Plant Biodiversity Molano-Flores, Brenda; Davis, Mark.
620Molecular ecology as a tool for understanding pollination and other plant-insect interactions Frontiers in Botany: Environmental DNA as an Emerging Tool for Measuring, Monitoring, and Managing Plant Biodiversity Evans, Darren M. .plant-insect interactions
eDNA
Phylogenetic Networks
food-webs
604Plant ecology in the modern era: the rise of eDNA in botanical researchFrontiers in Botany: Environmental DNA as an Emerging Tool for Measuring, Monitoring, and Managing Plant Biodiversity Davis, Mark; Molano-Flores, Brenda.rare species
eDNA
plant-animal interactions
community ecology
640The significance of plant ancient DNA studies from lake sediments: where are we and where are we goingFrontiers in Botany: Environmental DNA as an Emerging Tool for Measuring, Monitoring, and Managing Plant Biodiversity Parducci, Laura ; Nota, Kevin .aDNA
eDNA
lake sediments
vegetation 
rare species
plant paleoecology
1088Understanding California’s floristic patterns across habitats and through wildfires and restoration with environmental DNA and citizen science Frontiers in Botany: Environmental DNA as an Emerging Tool for Measuring, Monitoring, and Managing Plant Biodiversity Meyer, Rachel; Lin, Meixi; Ballare, Kimberly; Bregoff, Haylee; Munguia Ramos, Miroslava; Worth, Anna; Nava, Hailey; Fairbairn, Colin; Turba, Rachel; Orland, Chloé; Shirazi, Sabrina; Newcomer, Michelle; Stavros, E Natasha; Hestir, Erin; Wayne, Robert K; Shapiro, Beth.metabarcoding
beta diversity
plant community
community ecology
California
Rivers
restoration
Wildfire
lagoons

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