Different paths to diversity: comparing two tropical tree groups with high species diversity but very different biologies through genomic comparisons.

Using evolutionary and functional diversity to plan ecological restoration projects can help us build restorations that establish more quickly, last longer, and require less maintenance.

Making plant biodiversity data widely available enables research and restoration of Midwestern landscapes and plant conservation efforts globally.

Understanding evolutionary relationships and classification of Carex, one of the largest flowering plant groups of the northern hemisphere is key to conservation, restoration, and ecological study in the group.