2 edition of monograph of the American species of the genus Dyschoriste found in the catalog.
monograph of the American species of the genus Dyschoriste
Clarence Emmeren Kobuski
|Statement||by Clarence Emmeren Kobuski.|
|LC Classifications||QK495.D8 K6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||cover-title, p. 9-90.|
|Number of Pages||90|
|LC Control Number||29015597|
HALE, M.E. New or interesting species of Parmelia from North and Tropical America. The Bryologist [ Links ] HALE, M.E. A revision of the South American species of Parmelia determined by Lynge. Contributions from the United States National Herbarium [ Links ] HALE, M.E. A Monograph of the Parmelia subgenus. Many species are also known for their autumn colour, including a major contribution to the fall colour in eastern North America. This book is based on a study of herbarium specimens and living material of almost all species, which has only recently become available.
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Hosta species were first introduced to western botany starting in by Engelbert Kaempfer. Details of the botanical history of the genus name are given in Part 2 of my discussions. Obviously, the wild plant species belonging to the genus Hosta have been known to Japanese, Korean and Chinese people for a very long time. The. "Notes on the Genus Atrypa, with Description of New Species" is an article from American Midland Naturalist, Volume 7. View more articles from American Midland Naturalist. View this article on JSTOR. View this article's JSTOR metadata.
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Monograph of the American Species of the Genus Dyschoriste,Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden, Volume pages with 3 figures and 16 plates. Paperback – January 1, by C. Kobuski (Author)Author: C. Kobuski. Dyschoriste is a genus of worldwide distribution in warm regions, with two important diversity centers in América, one in southern North America and the other in subtropical South America.
A Monograph of the American Species of the Genus Dyschoriste. Vol Page 9. Studies in the Umbelliferae. Vol Page Concerning the Status of the Genus Laternea. Vol Page Sources of Energy for Azotobacter, with Special Reference to Fatty Acids.
Vol Page The genus Dyschoriste comprises ca. 70 species, of mostly tropical and subtropical distribution. Many of them are rarely collected and difficult to identify, and as a result the genus is poorly understood. This paper analyzes the taxonomy and distribution of the five species of Dyschoriste present in Paraguay.
The species are described and illustrated, their nomenclature is resolved based Cited by: 1. Kobuski, C. A monograph of the American species of Dyschoriste. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden The goal of much of the scientific work in natural history museums is to explore and document the biological diversity of the planet.
This book is an outstanding example of the museum tradition, offering the results of global research on the biosystematics of one of the families of case-making caddisflies, the Phryganeidae.
Throughout his career as a museum curator, Glenn Wiggins has studied. in the 'Species Plantarum'3 and in the 'Genera Plantarum'4 of and respectively. Two species, E. distachya and E. monostachya, were included by him in the former publica-tion. The first North American species to be described was E.
antisyphilitica in C. Meyer's-5 monograph of the entire genus. American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality &.
Introduction. More than twenty years have passed since the publication of the Checklist of beetles of Canada and Alaska (Bousquet ).During that period many changes have been introduced into the classification of example, the scydmaenines, pselaphines, scaphidiines, and micropeplines, which were usually regarded as distinct families, are now part of the Staphylinidae, the.
The American Hosta Society Edition The Tan Book List of Species, Botanical Varieties, and Forms (under the ICN) and Species reduced to Cultivar Rank (under the ICNCP) The Tan Book (for species, varieties, and forms) was first published in print as a companion publication to the Silver Book (for cultivars) in It provided the.
About this book This work is the first complete monograph of all twenty nine species of Genlisea – the least understood of all carnivorous plants. Also known as corkscrew plants, Genlisea produce complicated, elegant, underground leaves that act as deadly traps to capture and kill micro-organisms.
Ruellia shaferiana, a seldom collected and incompletely known species, is described in detail and compared with two vegetatively similar Cuban endemics, Dyschoriste bayatensis and the recently described Hygrophila urquiolae, and with the two Cuban species of Apassalus (A.
cubensis and us). All are placed by Scotland and Vollesen, in their classification of Acanthaceae, in the. Page [unnumbered] A MONOGRAPH ON THE GENUS GALERINA EARLE -I -J.
i Page [unnumbered] III i I I I i i, P -L~ __ _ _ CI1__ e~ I C Page [unnumbered] A MONOGRAPH ON THE GENUS GALERINA EARLE by ALEXANDER H. SMITH University of Michigan and ROLF SINGER Universidad de Buenos Aires Buenos Aires, Argentina HAFNER PUBLISHING COMPANY New York and London the history of every species, and the habitat of all known irises.” W.R.
Dykes was also a prolific author. In he began to plan and work on his monograph, "The Genus Iris". He worked on this project for 5 years. In a long drawer he kept hundreds of cards arranged in alphabetical order.
On each of these was detailed history of an iris which he. Monographs and Floras. Monograph. A comprehensive systematic study of a particular taxonomic group. Always taxon-based, not geography-based.
Monographs try to review all the facts about a taxonomic group. Monographs include: Taxonomic history. Morphology. Chromosome numbers. Pollination. Reproductive biology. Species concepts. Phylogeny. Four categories of research or management-oriented publications are eligible for awards: book, edited book, article/journal paper and monograph.
Fishery publications are excluded since these are the prerogative of the American Fisheries Society. "A beautifully produced book No taxonomic monograph is ever the final word―new species will be discovered, and changes to nomenclature will occur. However, The Genus Lachenalia will no doubt stand as one of the significant milestones of South African botanical publishing for decades to come.
It will be a very welcome addition to the Reviews: 4. Taxonomic study of the genus Dyschoriste (Acanthaceae) in Argentina INTRODUCCION El genero Dyschoriste Nees (Acanthaceae) comprende aproximadamente 60 especies de hierbas y subarbustos distribuidos en regiones calidas de America, Africa y Asia (Wasshausen & Wood, ; Mabberley, ; Tripp, ).
Describes 39 species, 23 varieties (including typical varieties) and 8 hybrids, with common names, synonymy and keys. The taxonomic treatment is conservative.
Other chapters deal with general morphological characteristics of the genus, comparative morphology of the family Pinaceae, fossil remains, geographical and altitudinal distribution, foliar anatomy, and utilization.
McLaughlin, S. and J. Bowers (). "Plant species richness at different scales in native and exotic grasslands in southeastern Arizona." Western North American Naturalist Muller, J. "Systematics of Baccharis (Compositae-Astereae) in Bolivia, including an overview of the genus." Systematic Botany Monographs.
Iris Books; Dyke's Monograph The Genus Iris The Genus Iris: By William Rickatson Dykes published History of The Dykes Monograph: In we will be celebrating the th anniversary of the publication of the most important written work in the history of iris, William Rickatson Dykes' The Genus understand its significance one needs to understand the world leading up to its.He received his Ph.
D. in philosophy from the University of Texas at Austin in His current research interests include the following topics in Aristotle: the genus‐species relation; the genus‐differentia relation; the similarity between the differentia and the per se accident; what it means for a substance to be a separate entity.This monograph is the first complete survey of the genus Congora since it was first described in It deals with all cultivated species, gives full scientific descriptions, and illustrates them in colour.
A revised classification of the genus is presented, as well as information on pollination ecology, cultivation, distribution, and history.