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The transliteration of Cyrillic names is given as spelling used for the author in the source being cited, with cross references to the spelling most frequently used in the botanical literature, usually that which is given in the International Plant Name Index as the expansion of the ‘standard form’ used to indicate authorship of names. Some authors published under more than one transliteration, for example, Turczaninow, Turczaninoff, Tourczanow, the details of all of which are listed here under Turczaninow, to which the cross references lead. In the notes to the letters, citations are given to the transliteration used, also mentioning the transliteration under which the details will be found, such as ‘Turczaninoff [Turczaninow] (1863)’.
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