Masresha Fetene

Professor Masresha Fetene

Full Name Workneh, Masresha Fetene
Academic Rank/Status Professor ( 2002)
Working for AAU since 01/11/ 1983
Administrative positions held if any/ past and present ·         Vice President for Research and Technology Transfer, Addis Ababa University (2011- 2013)

·         Vice President for Research and Dean of Graduate Studies, Addis Ababa University (2009- 2011)

·         Director and General Editor of Addis Ababa University Press (2006-2011)

·         Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Programs of the Faculty of Science, Addis Ababa University, 2001- 2004

·         Co-coordinator, Environmental Science Program of the Faculty of Science Addis Ababa University 2001- 2004

·         Head, Department of Biology, Addis Ababa University, 1997- 2000

Education attended ·         BSc in Biology , Addis Ababa University, 1982

·         MSc in Botany,  Addis Ababa University, 1985

·         PhD in Plant Ecophysiology Technische Hochschule, Darmstadt University, Germany, 1990

·         Post-doctoral Research Scientist, University of Bayreuth, Germany, 1992

Awards & recognitions
  • Awarded the Iinternational Professional Certificate of STI Policy Management from the International Science, Technology and Innovation Center for South-South Cooperation under the auspices of UNESCO, 2016
  • Elected Fellow of the African Academy of Sciences, 2016
  • Appointed by the Deputy Prime Minster of Ethiopia as a Member of the National Council for Science, Technology and Innovation, 2015
  • Certificate of recognition for dedicated service to Addis Ababa University, 2014
  • Research Fellowship (summer) Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, 2013
  • Appointed as member of the International Jury for the Selection of International Climate Protection Fellowship for young climate experts from developing countries, Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung, 2011
  • Elected Fellow of the Ethiopian Academy of Sciences, 2010
  • UNESCO-ICRO   Research Fellowship Award, 1994
  • Research Fellowship, German research Foundation, 1991-1992
  • German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) PhD Fellowship, 1987-1991
Memberships of International bodies
  • Founding member of the African Forestry Network since 1999
  • Member of the African Mountains Association, since, 1986
  • Member of the German Botanical Society, Since, 1989
  • Founding member of NAPRECA (Natural Products Network for East and Central Africa) since 1984.
Publications: Journals, editorial roles, initiatives etc.
  • Editor-in Chief Sinet:  Ethiopian Journal of Science
  • Associate Editor: Ethiopian Journal of Natural Resources
  • Subject Editor of Biotropica (Published by the International Association of Tropical Ecologists).
  • Reviewer for Ethiopian Journal of Biological Sciences, African Journal of Ecology, Trees: Structure and Function , Annals of Botany, New Forests, Plant Biology
Research interest/ not more than hundred words Ecophysiology of photosynthesis, Ecosystems studies,  Tropical trees ecology, Stress physiology of crop plants, Environmental Conservation
Publications on reputable journals 1.         Abayneh Melke, Masresha Fetene, Aster Gebrekirstos, Aklilu Nigussie, Kiros Hidago, Abiy Astatke (2016). Early fruit thinning improves yield and quality of three low chill apples (M. domestica Borkh) cultivars in Central highlands of Ethiopia.  Australian Journal of Crop Science10: 1249-1256.

2.         Yemata, G. and Fetene, F. (2016). Induction of systemic resistance in Ensete ventricosum clones by the leaf extract of Agarista salicifolia against Xanthomonas campestris pv. Musacearum.Journal of Plant Pathology98 (3): 51-62.

3.         Dagnachew Lule, Kassahun Tesfaye, Awol Assefa, Masresha Fetene, Kebede Desalegn, Girma Mengistu, Geleta Geremew, Hailu Feyisa, Kassa Mamo, Chemeda Birhanu, Girma Chemeda, and Gudeta Bedada (2015). Registration of “Addis-01” Finger millet variety. East African Journal of Sciences 9(2): 141-142.

4.         Zelalem Getnet, Azamal Husen, Masresha Fetene and Gietahun Yemata (2015). Growth, water wtatus, physiological, biochemical and yield response of stay green Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench) varieties-A field trial under drought-prone area in Amhara Regional State, Ethiopia. Journal of Agronomy 14(4):188-202.

5.  Yigremachew Seyoum, Masresha Fetene, Simone Strobl, Erwin Beck (2014) Daily and seasonal courses of gas exchange and niche partitioning among coexisting tree species in a tropical montane forest  Flora-Morphology Distribution Functional Ecology of Plants. 209:191-200.

6.        Kebede Jobir and Masresha Fetene (2014). Effect of Traditional Storage and Soil depth on Germination Capacity of Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench.) Seeds. Agric. Biol. J. N. Am. 5(6): 227-239.

7.         Dagnachew Lule, Awol Asefa, Masresha Fetene and Kassahun Tesfaye (2014).  Microsatellite variation and grain yield performance of finger millet (Eleusine Coracanasubsp Coracana) genotypes evaluated under moisture stress Plant Cell Biotechnology and Molecular Biology15: 51-66.

8.         Getahun Yemata, Masresha Fetene, Awol Assefa and Kassahun Tesfaye (2014).Evaluation of the agronomic performance of stay green and farmer preferred sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L)Moench) varieties at kobo North Wello zone, Ethiopia. Sky Journal of Agricultural Research3 (11):240-248.

9.         Dagnachew Lule, Santie de Villiers, Masresha Fetene, Teshome Bogale, Tesfaye Alemu, Geleta Geremew, Getachew  Gashaw and Kassahun Tesfaye (2014). Pathogenicity and yield loss assessment caused by Magnaporthe oryzae isolates and wild relatives of finger millet (Eleusine coracana). Indian J. Agric. Res. 48 (4): 258 – 268.

10.     Ayalew Talema and Masresha Fetene (2014). Effect of Seasonal Irrigation on Nitrogen and Crude Protein Content of Enset (Ensete ventricosum (Welw.) Cheesman) Research Journal of Agriculture and Environmental Management. 3: 519-523.

11.     Ayalew Talema and Masresha Fetene (2014). Ecophysiology of Enset: A safeguard tree against climate change impacts on food/feed supply and environment. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, ISBN-13:978-3-659-57752-9, Paperback, 92 pages.

12.     Tefera Mengistu, Frank J. Sterck, Masresha Fetene and Frans Bonger (2013) Frankincense tapping reduces the carbohydrate storage of Boswellia trees. Tree Physiology 00, 1–8 doi:10.1093/treephys/tpt035.

13.     Yigardu Mulatuand Masresha Fetene(2013) The Effect of Silvicultural Management on Regeneration, Growth and Yield of Arundinaria alpina (Highland bamboo) at Choke Mountain, East Gojam, Northwest Ethiopia. Ethiop. J. Agric. Sciences 23: 11-27.

14.     Desalegn Tadele and Masresha Fetene (2013) Growth and ecophysiology of Podocarpus falcatus in plantations of exotic species and in a natural montane forest in Ethiopia. Journal of Forestry Research24 (1): 29-35.

15.     Desalegn Tadele and Masresha Fetene (2013) Photosynthetic responses of two indigenous plants inside exotic tree plantations and adjacent natural forest in Munessa Shashemene Forest, Southern Ethiopia. Momona Ethiopian Journal of Science Vol 5 (2):3-14.

16.     Birhane, E., FJ Sterck, M Fetene, F Bongers, TW Kuyper (2012) Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi enhance photosynthesis, water use efficiency, and growth of frankincense seedlings under pulsed water availability conditions Oecologia, 169: 895-904.

17.     Masresha Fetene, Yeman Gebre Egiziabher and Erwin Beck (2012). Comparison of the frost resistance of barely (Hordeum vulgare L.) landraces of upland Ethiopia using electrolyte-leakage and chlorophyll fluorescence. SINET: Ethio. J. Sci. 35(1): 41-50.

18.     Habtu Lemma Berhanu, Mitiku Haile and Masresha Fetene (2012) Cactus in Southern Tigray. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing. ISBN 978-3-8473-2616-8, paperback, 84 Pages.

19.     Johansson, M. U., Fetene, M., Malmer, A., and Granström, A. (2012). Tending for cattle: traditional fire management in Ethiopian montane heathlands. Ecology and Society 17(3): 19.

20.     Dagnachew Lule, Kassahun Tesfaye, Masresha Fetene and Santie de Villiers (2012). Multivariate Analysis for Quantitative Traits in Finger Millet (Eleusine coracana subsp. coracana) Population Collected from Eastern and Southeastern Africa: Detection for Patterns of Genetic Diversity. International Journal of Agricultural Research, 7: 303-314.

21.     Dagnachew Lule, Kassahun Tesfaye and Masresha Fetene (2012) Qualitative traits diversity and eco-geographical distribution in finger millet (Eleusine coracana GURE subsp. Coracana) landraces from eastern and south eastern Africa: An implication for germplasm collection and conservation. African Journal of Plant Science 6:346-354.

22.     Dagnachew Lule, Kassahun Tesfaye, Masresha Fetene and Santie de Villiers (2012). Inheritance and Association of Quantitative Traits in Finger Millet (Eleusine coracana Subsp. Coracana) Landraces Collected from Eastern and South Eastern Africa.  International Journal of Genetics Vol. 2 No2.

23.     Yigremachew Seyoum, Masresha Fetene, Simone Stroble, and Erwin Beck (2012) Foliage dynamics, leaf traits, and growth of coexisting evergreen and deciduous trees in a tropical montane forest in Ethiopia. Trees: Structure and Function26: 1495-1512.

24.     Adefires Worku, Demel Teketay, Mulugeta Lemenih and Masresha Fetene. (2012) Diversity, regeneration status, and population structures of gum and resin producing woody species in Borana, Southern Ethiopia. Forests, Trees and Livelihoods iFirst article, 2012, 1–12, 2012.

25.     Yigardu Mulatuand Masresha Fetene (2011) Morphology and Biomass Variations of Arundinaria alpina Landraces in the Choke Mountain, Northwestern Ethiopia. J. Bamboo and Rattan, 10: 37-53.

26.     Getachew Tesfaye, Demel Teketay, Masresha Fetene and Erwin Beck (2011). Phenology of seven indigenous tree species in a dry Afromontane forest, southern Ethiopia. Tropical Ecology52: 229-241.

27.     Getachew Tesfaye, Demel Teketay, Masresha Fetene and Erwin Beck (2011). Seedling growth and survival of indigenous tress species along a light gradient in dry afomontane forest In: Forestry: Research Ecology and Policy Diane A Boeme (Ed) Nova Science Publishers, Inc.

28.     Simone  Stroble, Masresha Fetene, Erwin Beck (2011) Analysis of the “shelter tree-effect” of natural and exotic forest canopies on the growth of young Podocarpus falcatus trees in southern Ethiopia” Trees: Structure and Function25: 769-783.

29.     Yonas Yohannes, Olga Shibistova, Asferachew Abate, Masresha Fetene and Georg Guggenberger (2011)Soil CO2 efflux in an Afromontane forest of Ethiopia as driven by seasonality and tree species. Forest Ecology and Management, 26: 1090-1098.

30.     Adfris Worku, Mulugeta Lemenih and Masresha Fetene (2011). Socio-economic Importance of Gum and Resin Resources in the Dry Woodlands of Borana, Southern Ethiopia. Forests, Trees and Livelihoods, 20:137–156.

31.     Haile, G. W. and Fetene, M. (2011) Assessment of soil erosion hazard in Kilie catchment, East Shoa, Ethiopia. Land Degradation & Development. doi: 10.1002/ldr.1082.

32.     Tefera Mengistu Frank J Sterck, Masresha Fetene, Wubalem Tadesse and Frans Bongers (2011) Leaf gas exchange variation in the Frankincense Tree (Boswellia papyrifera) of African dry woodlands Tree Physiology31: 740-750.

33.     Yitbarek TW, Satishkumar Belliethathan and Masresha Fetene (2010) A Cost-Benefit Analysis of Watershed Rehabilitation: A Case Study in Farta Woreda, South Gondar, Ethiopia. Ecological Restoration28:46-55.

34.     A. Girma, R. Mosandl, Hany El Kateb and  F, Masresha (2010) Restoration of degraded secondary forest with native species: a case study in the highland of Ethiopia. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research25: 86-91.

35.     Maria Johansson, Masresha Fetene, Anders Malmer, Anders Granstrom (2010) “Browser selectivity alters post-fire competition between Erica arborea and E. trimerain the sub-alpine heathlands of Ethiopia” Plant Ecology (2010) 207: 149-160.

36.     Tesfaye G, Teketay, D., Fetene M., Beck, E. (2010). Regeneration of seven indigenous tree species in a dry Afromontane forest, southern Ethiopia. Flora: Plant Morphology, Distribution and Functional Ecology 205: 135-143.

37.     Aster Gebrekirstos, Ralph Mitöhner, Masresha Fetene and Demel Teketay (2009) Plant water relations as indicators and regulators of bush encroachment in Awash National Park, central Ethiopia Forest Ecology and Management In press.

38.     Gebrekirstos A, Worbes M, Teketay, D  Fetene  M, Mitlöhner R (2009). Stable carbon isotope ratios in tree rings of co-occurring species from semi-arid tropics in Africa: Patterns and climatic signals. Global and Planetary Change 66: 253–260.

39.     Zewedie, S., Olsson, M., Fetene, M. (2008).  Effect of drought /irrigation on proximate composition and carbohydrate content of two Enset (Enset ventricosum  Welw Cheesman) clones. Sinet: Ethiopian Journal of Science31: 81–88.

40.     Solomon Zewdie, Masresha Fetene and Mats Olsson (2008). Fine root vertical distribution and temporal dynamics in mature stands of two enset (Enset ventricosum Welw Cheesman) clones Plant and Soil305 227–236.

41.     Wesche, Karsten, Arne Cierjacks, Yoseph Assefa, Susanne Wagnera, Masresha Fetene and Isabell Hensen (2008). Recruitment of trees at tropical alpine treelines: Erica in Africa versus Polylepis in South America. Plant Ecology and Diversity1: 35–46.

42.     Solomon Zewdie, Mats Olsson and Masresha Fetene (2007). Growth, gas exchange, chlorophyll a Fluorescence, biomass accumulation and partitioning in droughted and irrigated plants of two Enset (Ensete ventricosum Welw. Cheesman) clones. Journal of Agronomy 6: 499–508.

43.     Yigremachew Seyoum and Masresha Fetene (2007). Plant water relation and growth response of Cordia africana Lam. seedlings of three seed sources exposed to different water regimes. Ethiopian Journal of Natural Resources 9:247–262.

44.     Tadesse Woldmariam and Masresha Fetene (2007). Forests of Sheka: Ecological, social, legal, and economic dimensions of recent landuse/landcover changes- overview and synthesis In: Masresha Fetene (ed): Forests of Sheka: Multidisciplinary case studies on impact of landuse/landcover change, Southwest Ethiopia. MELICA Mahibe.

45.     Masresha Fetene (ed) (2007). Forests of Sheka: Multidisciplinary case studies on impact of landuse/landcover change, Southwest Ethiopia. MELICA Mahiber.

46.     Aster Gebrekirstos, Demel Teketay, Masresha Fetene and Ralph Mitlohner (2006) Adaptation of five co-occurring tree and shrub species to water stress and its implication in restoration of degraded lands. Forest Ecology and Management229:259–267.

47.     Fritzsche, F, Asferachew Abate, Masresha Fetene, Beck, E, Weise, S and Guggenberger, G (2006) Soil-plant hydrology of indigenous and exotic trees in an Ethiopian montane forest. Tree Physiology26, 1043–1054.

48.     Burkhardt J., T. Kufa, D. Abebe, A. Beining, M. Fetene and H.E. Goldbach (2005). Diversity of water relations and hydraulic conditions in wild Coffea arabica populations of Ethiopia. In: C.J. Li et al. (eds.): Plant nutrition for food security, human health and environmental protection. Tsinghua University Press, Beijing.

49.     Masresha Fetene, Yoseph Assefa, Menassie Gashaw,  Zerihun Woldu, and Erwin Beck (2005).Diversity of Afroalpine vegetation and ecology of treeline species in the Bale Mountains, Ethiopia and the influence of fire. Global Mountain Diversity. In Press.

50.     Gemedo Dale and Masresha Fetene (2004). Gapfillers in treefall gaps in a dry tropical afromontane forest, Ethiopia. Ethiopian Journal of Biological Science 3:1–18.

51.     Masresha Fetene and Erwin Beck (2004) Water relations of indigenous versus exotic tree species, growing at the same site in a tropical montane forest in southern Ethiopia. Trees18:428–435.

52.     Getachew Tesfaye, Demel Teketay, Yoseph Assefa and Masresha Fetene (2004) Effect of fire on the soil seed bank and regeneration of Harenna forest, southeastern Ethiopia. Mountain Research and Development. 24:354–361.

53.     Getachew Tesfaye, Demel Teketay, and Masresha Fetene (2003) Regeneration ecology of high forest species in Harenna Forest, southern Ethiopia, FLORA 197:461–474.

54.     Lüttge U, Berg A, Fetene, M., Nauke, P, Peter, D and Beck, E (2003) Comparative characterisation of photosynthetic performance and water relations of native trees and exotic plantation trees in an Ethiopian forest. Trees17:40–50.

55.     Masresha Fetene (2003). Intera-specific and inter-specific competition between seedlings of Acacia etbaica and a perennial grass (Hyparrenia hirta). Journal of Arid Environments 55:441–451.

56.     Erwin Beck, Pascale Nauke, and Masresha Fetene (2002) Hotspots of Biodiversity: tropical highlands, Biologie in unserer Zeit 32: 82–88. (in German).

57.     Lüttge, U, Fetene, M, Liebig, M, Rascher, W and Beck E. (2001). Ecophysiology of niche occupation by two giant rosette plants, Lobelia gibberoa Hemsel and Solanecio gigas (V atke) C. Jeffrey, in an Afromontane forest valley. Annals Of Botany 88: 267–278.

58.     Fetene, M and Feleke, Y (2001) Growth and photosynthesis of seedlings of four tree species from a dry tropical afromontane forest. Journal of Tropical Ecology17, 269-283.

59.     Zewdie, S., Assefa, F. and Fetene, M (2000). Effect of Azospirillum isolates on the growth and nitrogen content of tef [Eragrostis tef (Zucc.) Trotter] SINET: Ethiop. J. Sci.23, 247–262.

60.     Woldu, Z., Fetene, M. and Abate, A (1999): Vegetation under different tree species in Acacia woodland in the Rift Valley of Ethiopia. SINET: Ethiop. J. Sci.22, 235‑252.

61.     Elzein, A.E.M., Kroschel, J., Admasu, A. and Fetene, M (1999): Preliminary evaluation of Phytomyza orobanchia (Diptera: Agromyzidae) as a controller of Orobanche spp. in Ethiopia. SINET: Ethiop. J. Sci.22, 271‑282.

62.     Tadesse, A. and Fetene, M (1999): Biomass production and nutrient status of three tropical range grass species. SINET: Ethiop. J. Sci.22, 89‑111.

63.     Fetene, M., Gashaw, M., Nauke, P., and Beck, E. (1998): Microclimate and ecophysiological significance of the tree-like life-form of Lobelia rhynchopetalum in a tropical alpine environment. Oecologia 113, 332‑340

64.     Abate, A. Fetene, M. and Woldu, Z. (1998): Investigations on canopy features of three indigenous woodland tree species of Ethiopia. SINET: Ethiopian Journal of Science21, 113‑132.

65.     Fetene, M., Nauke, P., Luttge, U. and Beck, E. (1997): Photosynthesis and photoinhibition in a tropical alpine giant rosette plant, Lobelia rhynchopetalum. New Phytologist 137, 453‑461.

66.     Fetene, M., Benker, C. and Beck, E. (1997): The pathway of assimilate flow from source to sink in Urtica dioica L., studied with 14C under ambient atmospheric conditions. Annals of Botany79, 585‑591.

67.     Gashaw, M. and Fetene, M. (1996): Plant communities of the afroalpine vegetation of Sanettii plateau, Bale Mountains, Ethiopia. SINET: Ethiop. J. Sci., 19, 65‑86.

68.     Fetene, M. and Habtemariam, S. (1995): Investigations on allelopathic properties of coffee (Coffea arabica L.) leaves, pulp and tree‑canopy soil. SINET: Ethiop. J. Sci.18, 51-65

69.     Fetene, M. and Beck, E. (1993): Reversal of the direction of photosynthate allocation in Urtica dioica L. plants by increasing cytokinin import into the shoot. Botanica Acta106, 235‑240.

70.     Fetene, M., Möller, I. and Beck, E. (1993): The effect of nitrogen supply to Urtica dioica L. plants on the distribution of assimilate between shoot and roots. Botanica Acta 106, 228‑234.

71.     Fetene, M. and Lüttge, U. (1991): Environmental influences on carbon recycling in a terrestrial CAM bromeliad, Bromelia humilis Jacq. Journal of Experimental Botany42, 25‑31.

72.     Fetene, M., Lüttge, U. and Ziegler, H. (1991): Flexibility in CO2‑ fixation pathway of a highland Kalanchoe petitiana A. Rich. Botanica Acta104, 374‑378.

73.     Lüttge, U., Ball, E. and Fetene, M. (1991): Flexibility of crassulacean acid metabolism in Kalanchoe pinnata (Lam.) Pers. II. Light use characteristics of plants grown in low or high light. Journal of Plant Physiology137, 268‑272

74.     Lüttge, U., Ball, E., Fetene, M. and Medina, E. (1991): Flexibility of crassulacean acid metabolism in Kalanchoe pinnata (Lam.) Pers I. Response to irradiance and supply of nitrogen and water. Journal of Plant Physiology137, 259‑268.

75.     Fetene, M. Lee, H.S.J. and Lüttge, U. (1990): Photosynthetic acclimation in a terrestrial CAM bromeliad, Bromelia humilis Jacq. New Phytologist114, 399‑406.

76.     Fetene, M. and Belay, A. (1988) Nitrogen and phosphorus stress in tef. SINET Ethiopian J. Sci.11, 115‑129.

77.     Berhanu, E., Fetene, M. and Dagne, E. (1986): Antraquinones as taxonomic markers in Ethiopian Kniphofia species. Phytochemistry25, 847‑850.


79.     Beining A., Burkhardt J., Fetene, M. (2008): Water Relations of Ethiopian wild Coffee Populations: Genetic Fixation and Phenotypic Plasticity. Proceedings of 22st International Conference on Coffee Science (ASIC 2008), Campinas, Brazil.

80.     Burkhardt J., Kufa T., Beining A., Goldbach H:E., Fetene, M. (2006) Different drought adaptation strategies of Coffea arabica populations along a rainfall gradient in Ethiopia Proceedings of 21st International Conference on Coffee Science (ASIC 2006),
Montpellier, France.


81.     Masresha Fetene, Yoseph Assefa, Menassie Gashaw, Zerihun Woldu, and Erwin Beck(2004) The status and extent of the ericaceoaus vegetation of the Bale Mountains. XI conference of The Society of Tropical Ecology. February 18-20, Bayreuth, Germany.

82.     Demel Teketay, Masresha Fetene and Asferachew Abate (2003) State of the Environment in Ethiopia: Past, Present and Future Prospects. Environment and Development Conference Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, January 24, 2003.

83.     Fetene, M and Beck, E (2001). Resistance to cold in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) varieties of upland Ethiopia. Conference on Plants in Cold Climates and Waterlogged soils. St Andrews University, Scotland, 10 –12 September 2001, pp 11.

84.     Fetene, M.  (1998). The treelike features of afroalpine giant rosettes The Eighth International Congress of Ecology (INTECOL), Florence, Italy, July, 1998, 112.

85.     Fetene, M. (1994): The Vegetation of the afroapline regions of the Bale Mountains, Ethiopia. The Sixth International Congress of Ecology (INTECOL), Manchester, England, August, 1994, 132.

86.     Fetene, M. and Habtemariam, S. (1993): Allelopathic properties of coffee (Coffea arabica L.) leaves, fruit husk and tree canopy soil. 5th NAPRECA Symposium on Natural Products, Antananarivo, Madagascar, September, 1993, 37‑39.

87.     Fetene, M (1993) Ecophysiological investigations on Indigenous woodland trees  Proceedings of the DAAD  NAPRECA follow-up conference  Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Nov 5-9 1993  NAPRECA Monograph series 7, 26-27.

88.     Fetene, M. and Lüttge, U. (1990): Flexibilität von Kalanchoe petitiana bei der Photo­synthese und der Wasserausnutzung. Botanikertagung, Regensburg, Germany, September 1990, 136.

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