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Botanic Gardens: using biodiversity to improve human well-being Waylen, K. (2006)

1-905164-08-4

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Plants for life: Medicinal plant conservation and botanic gardens Hawkins B. (2007)

1-905164-21-1

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The Red List of Magnoliaceae Cicuzza, D., Newton, A. & Oldfield, S. (2007)

978-1-903703-23-6

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The Red List of Oaks Oldfield, S. & Eastwood, A. (2007)

978-1-903703-25-0

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A checklist of the families and genera of vascular plants in cultivation in botanic gardens Cullen, J. & Wyse Jackson, D. (2008)

978-1-905164-22-6

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Plants and climate change: which future? Hawkins, B, Sharrock, S,  & Havens, K (2008)

978-1-905164-26-4

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Conserving Europe's threatened plants

Sharrock, S. and Jones, M (2009)

978-1-905164-30-1

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Saving Plants, Saving the Planet - Botanic gardens and the implementation of GSPC Target 8

Sharrock S, Hird A, Kramer A and Oldfield S (2010)

9781-1-905164-32-5

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