International Organization of Plant Biosystematists (IOPB)
Organisation internationale de biosystématique des plantes
1960 Copenhagen Denmark
1960, Copenhagen (Denmark), as International Organization of Biosystematics, at meeting of International Committee for Biosystematic Terminology. Originally a Committee on Biosystematic Terminology of C-XC1202 - International Association for Plant Taxonomy (IAPT), but became autonomous under current title, within IAPT, 1961. Became fully independent, 1983. Following symposium, 2004, Valencia (Spain), became interest group of IAPT.
Promote international cooperation in the study of biosystematics, which applies methods beyond comparative morphology to analyse taxon boundaries and taxon relationships.
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