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Revision of the North American Chenopodiaceae
|Other titles||North American Chenopodiaceae, Watsoniana, 1873-1896, Proceedings (American Academy of Arts and Sciences)|
|Statement||by Sereno Watson|
|Series||Contributions to American botany -- 4, Contributions to American botany -- 4.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||[ii], p. 82-126 ;|
|Number of Pages||126|
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Buy Contributions to American Botany. Revision of the North American Chenopodiaceae,Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Volume 9: pages on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders. Among the North American genera, the only one (Kochid) referred by Moquin to the Gamphoracece has evidently a double testa.
A nectary or disk very rarely occurs in either male or female flowers. In Sarcobatus only, which is in several respects a remark able genus, do they become conspicuous.
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Hart Merriam. The genus Kochia and Bassia with which it has been combined, of Chenopodiaceae tribe Camphorosmeae, were at one time considered to include plants native to Eurasia, Australia, and North America Author: A.
Scott. Chenopodiaceae (goosefoot family) Mark A. Dimmitt. The approximately species of chenopods worldwide range Revision of the North American Chenopodiaceae book annual herbs to trees.
Many species have C4 photosynthesis. The flowers are tiny and inconspicuous, but some species bear showy masses of fruits.
Chenopods are common in deserts and especially in saline or alkaline soils. The composition of many Chenopodiaceae genera in different parts of Himalaya and Tibet has been insufficiently known or contradictory.
A revision of. Taxonomy, life history and population sex ratios of North American Dasineura (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae) on goldenrods (Asteraceae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America Dorchin N.
and Freidberg A. The Chenopodiaceae gall midges (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae) of the Na’aman salt marsh, Israel. Zootaxa The genus Kochia and Bassia with which it has been combined, of Chenopodiaceae tribe Camphorosmeae, were Revision of the North American Chenopodiaceae book one time considered to include plants native to Eurasia, Australia, and North America.
A taxonomic revision of the family Chenopodiaceae in Nepal with new diagnostic keys, descriptions and detailed distribution patterns is here presented for. A Revision of the North American Species of Buprestid Beetles Belonging to the Tribe Chrysobothrini Issue of A Revision of the North American Species of Buprestid Beetles Belonging to the Tribe Chrysobothrini, Warren Samuel Fisher.
Issue of Miscellaneous publication (United States. Revision of the North American Pocket Mice [Clinton Hart Merriam] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This Elibron Classics title is a reprint of the Revision of the North American Chenopodiaceae book edition published by the Government Printing Office in Washington.
The Chenopodioideae are a subfamily of the flowering plant family Amaranthaceae in the APG III system, which is largely Revision of the North American Chenopodiaceae book on molecular phylogeny, but were included - together with other subfamilies - in family Chenopodiaceae in the Revision of the North American Chenopodiaceae book species comprise Spinach (Spinacia oleracea), Good King Henry (Blitum bonus-henricus), several Chenopodium species Family: Amaranthaceae.
A number of species introduced from Europe and Asia are weedy in North America. The widespread distribution of the family in the deserts of Eurasia and Australia is indicative of the ancient status of the family. Fossil pollen from this family dates to the Maestrichtian, providing the oldest known fossils in the Caryophylliidae.
Revision of the North American Liliaceae: Descriptions of Some New Species of North American Plants; from the Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Vol. Xiv, Issued July, Volume 9 of Contributions to American botany. Sereno Watson.
The majority of Megalopsallus spp. are recorded from dry interior portions of the American West; two species are recorded from the Gulf Coast and East Coast of the United States.
Host information is presented for most species, indicating an obligate association with halophytes, most in the families Ephedraceae (Ephedrales) and Chenopodiaceae. North American Species of Atriplex Linnaeus (Chenopodiaceae): A Taxonomic Revision Hardcover See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions PricePrice: $ B.
Fordlloyd and J.T. Williams, A revision of Beta section Vulgares (Chenopodiaceae), with new light on the origin of cultivated beets, Bot. Linn. Abstract. Annual or perennial, often halophytic herbs, sometimes shrubs or small trees. Stems often succulent, sometimes articulate.
Leaves alternate or opposite, often succulent, well-developed or reduced, exstipulate; blades simple, flat or semi-cylindrical, rarely cylindrical, usually entire, sometimes dentate, lobed, or pinnatifid, glabrous or with glandular or eglandular hairs. Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg.
A Preliminary Revision of the North American Species of Cactus, Anhalonium, and - Free Ebook Project Gutenberg. Amaranthaceae is a family of flowering plants commonly known as the amaranth family, in reference to its type genus includes the former goosefoot family Chenopodiaceae and contains about genera and 2, species, making it the most species-rich lineage within its parent order, : Tracheophytes.
The Linnaean name Corispermum squarrosum (Chenopodiaceae, Corispermeae) is lectotypified here by the specimen LINN This specimen is identifiable with the. Title: A revision of the North American species of beetles belonging to the family Bostrichidae Issue of United States.
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Watson, S. Revision of the genus Ceanothus, and descriptions of new plants, with a synopsis of the western species of Silene. Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences – The genus Kochia and Bassia with which it has been combined, of Chenopodiaceae tribe Camphorosmeae, were at one time considered to include plants native to Eurasia, Australia, and North America, and included species of both C 3 and C 4 photosynthetic types.
This aggregate has been reduced in size by removal of a large group of C 3 Australian Cited by: 4. Axyris in North America. In the initial revision of North American Chenopodiaceae (16), Axyris was not mentioned.
In a subsequent revision, Standley (11) did include A. amaranthoides, listing it as "tnaturalized in Manitoba and North Dakota." The time of its arrival in North America thus was apparently between these two dates.
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vermiculatus include greasewood, seepwood, and saltbush. Traditionally, Sarcobatus has been treated in the family Chenopodiaceae, but the APG III system of recognizes it as the sole genus in the family SarcobataceaeClade: Angiosperms. Atriplex wolfiiProc. Amer. Acad. Arts 9: () A revision of the North American Chenopodiaceae.
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