Dr. M. N. Lomonosova from Central Siberian Botanical Garden (Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Novosibirsk, Russia) is our long-term collaborator, since our study of the Russian Far East Chenopodium species. She supported us with many Chenopodium samples from Siberia already and will be our contact for samples from the Russian herbaria. Within the last few years we published several papers together.
Krak K., Habibi F., Douda J., Vít P., Lomonosova M. N., Wang L., Mandák B. (2019): Human-mediated dispersal of weed species during the Holocene: A case study of Chenopodium album agg. Journal of Biogeography 46: 1007–1019.
Mandák B., Lomonosova M. N. & Mosyakin S. L. (2018): Chenopodium luteorubrum (Chenopodiaceae/ Amaranthaceae sensu APG): a remarkable new species from the Russian Far East. Phytotaxa 382: 102–112.
Mandák B., Krak K., Vít P., Lomonosova M. N., Belyayev A., Habibi F., Wang L., Douda J. & Štorchová H. (2018): Hybridization and polyploidization within the Chenopodium album aggregate analysed by means of cytological and molecular markers. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 129: 189–201.