Barnabas Daru
Barnabas Daru
Assistant Professor, Stanford University
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Widespread sampling biases in herbaria revealed from large-scale digitization
BH Daru, DS Park, R Primack, CG Willis, DS Barrington, TJS Whitfeld, ...
New Phytologist 217, 939-955, 2018
Phylogenetic position and revised classification of Acacia sl (Fabaceae: Mimosoideae) in Africa, including new combinations in Vachellia and Senegalia
B Kyalangalilwa, JS Boatwright, BH Daru, O Maurin, M Bank
Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 172 (4), 500-523, 2013
Biological collections for understanding biodiversity in the Anthropocene
EK Meineke, TJ Davies, BH Daru, CC Davis
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 374 (1763), 20170386, 2018
Savanna fire and the origins of the ‘underground forests’ of Africa
O Maurin, TJ Davies, JE Burrows, BH Daru, K Yessoufou, AM Muasya, ...
New Phytologist 204 (1), 201-214, 2014
Spiny plants, mammal browsers, and the origin of African savannas
T Charles-Dominique, TJ Davies, GP Hempson, BS Bezeng, BH Daru, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (38), E5572-E5579, 2016
Invasive species differ in key functional traits from native and non‐invasive alien plant species
R Mathakutha, C Steyn, PC le Roux, IJ Blom, SL Chown, BH Daru, ...
Journal of Vegetation Science 30, 994-1006, 2019
Understanding the Processes Underpinning Patterns of Phylogenetic Regionalization
BH Daru, TL Elliott, DS Park, TJ Davies
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 32, 845-860, 2017
Endemism patterns are scale dependent
BH Daru, H Farooq, A Antonelli, S Faurby
Nature Communications 11, 2115, 2020
phyloregion: R package for biogeographic regionalization and macroecology
BH Daru, P Karunarathne, K Schliep
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 11, 1483-1491, 2020
A global trend towards the loss of evolutionarily unique species in mangrove ecosystems
BH Daru, K Yessoufou, LT Mankga, TJ Davies
PLoS ONE 8 (6), e66686, 2013
Widespread homogenization of plant communities in the Anthropocene
BH Daru, TJ Davies, CG Willis, EK Meineke, A Ronk, M Zobel, M Pärtel, ...
Nature Communications 12, 6983, 2021
Spatial incongruence among hotspots and complementary areas of tree diversity in southern Africa
BH Daru, M Bank, TJ Davies
Diversity and Distributions 21 (7), 769-780, 2015
A Molecular Phylogeny and Generic Classification of Asphodelaceae subfamily Alooideae: A Final Resolution of the Prickly Issue of Polyphyly in the Alooids?
J Manning, JS Boatwright, BH Daru, O Maurin, M van der Bank
Systematic Botany 39 (1), 55-74, 2014
Phylogenetic exploration of commonly used medicinal plants in South Africa
K Yessoufou, BH Daru, AM Muasya
Molecular Ecology Resources 15, 405-413, 2015
Spatial overlaps between the global protected areas network and terrestrial hotspots of evolutionary diversity
BH Daru, PC le Roux, J Gopalraj, DS Park, BG Holt, M Greve
Global Ecology and Biogeography 28, 757-766, 2019
Climate change may reduce the spread of non‐native species
BS Bezeng, I Morales‐Castilla, M van der Bank, K Yessoufou, BH Daru, ...
Ecosphere 8 (3), e01694, 2017
A novel phylogenetic regionalization of phytogeographical zones of southern Africa reveals their hidden evolutionary affinities
BH Daru, M Bank, O Maurin, K Yessoufou, H Schaefer, JA Slingsby, ...
Journal of Biogeography 43, 155–166, 2016
Molecular and morphological analysis of subfamily Alooideae (Asphodelaceae) and the inclusion of Chortolirion in Aloe
BH Daru, JC Manning, JS Boatwright, O Maurin, N Maclean, H Schaefer, ...
Taxon 62 (1), 62-76, 2013
Incorporating trnH-psbA to the core DNA barcodes improves significantly species discrimination within southern African Combretaceae
J Gere, K Yessoufou, BH Daru, LT Mankga, O Maurin, M van der Bank
ZooKeys, 129, 2013
Morphological and molecular identification of filamentous Aspergillus flavus and A. parasiticus isolated from compound feeds in South Africa
HE Iheanacho, PB Njobeh, FM Dutton, PA Steenkamp, L Steenkamp, ...
Food Microbiology 44, 180-184, 2014
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