Camila Uribe-Holguin

Camila Uribe-Holguin
Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich | LMU · Division of Systematics Biodiversity and Evolution of Plants

M.Sc. Biology

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Citations since 2017
1 Research Item
3 Citations
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Additional affiliations
July 2020 - present
Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich
Position
  • Research Assistant
May 2019 - present
Botanische Staatssammlung München
Position
  • Curatorial assistant
October 2012 - March 2013
Instituto de Botanica de Barcelona
Position
  • Intern
Description
  • Supervised by Dr. Alfonso Susanna
Education
October 2013 - March 2016
August 2005 - August 2011

Publications

Publications (5)
Conference Paper
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"IndExs—Index of Exsiccatae" is an online database with bibliographic information on exsiccatae and exsiccata-like series launched in 2001 (Triebel and Scholz 2022). This type of series is a specific system in botany and mycology to create, publish and distribute well identified and documented reference material. In most cases the distributed speci...
Article
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Pentacalia nitida and Pentacalia corymbosa are plant species present in the Colombian páramo regions moorland areas of the Andes Mountains. These plants are employed in popular medicine as an alexiteric, in edemas or to treat lesions, pharyngitis, sore throat, as a disinfectant, as a scar forming agent, and to alleviate other affections of the skin...
Poster
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Pollination effectiveness in Cycnoches is directly dependent on osmophores. Euglossine-bee pollinated orchids produce a bucket of fragrances acting as attractant and reward for pollinators, which collect these fragrances and use them during courtship. Despite the importance of scent glands in orchids, few studies on their anatomy and morphology hav...

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