1 edition of Theophrastaceae found in the catalog.
by Published for the Organization for Flora Neotropica by the New York Botanical Garden Press in Bronx, NY
Written in English
|Series||Flora neotropica -- monograph 105, Flora neotropica -- monograph no. 105.|
|Contributions||New York Botanical Garden, Organization for Flora Neotropica|
|LC Classifications||QK495.T457 .S73 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||160 p. :|
|Number of Pages||160|
|LC Control Number||2011281456|
The wood of THEOPHRASTACEAE is characterised by narrow (often less than 70 µm) and short vessel elements (commonly less than µm in length); vessels are arranged solitary or in radial multiples of cells in Clavija and Theophrasta L., while vessel clustering is observed in Deherainia Decne. and especially in Bonellia Bertero ex Colla and Jacquinia L. Vessel perforations are exclusively. About this book. Language: Spanish, with scientific nomenclature and name index. This volum treats three families: Buxaceae, Lauraceae, and Theophrastaceae, for a total of 11 genera (one endemic) and 94 species. Of these 68 species, and an additional 9 subspecies, are endemic to Cuba.
These work contains a compilation of descriptions for the flowering plants of the Caribbean island of Puerto Rico and adjacent smaller islands. The book contains descriptions of all currently recognised flowering plant families, morphological notes for genera (all current genera for / families) and over images and.
• The results shown here are not an exact match to the published checklist. For critical requirements, consult the book, available from SDNHM. • Some links to the SDNHM photo collection will yield no photos. The photo collection is a work in progress. • Some links . Alwyn Gentry's landmark book, completed just before his tragic death in , is the only field guide to the nearly families of woody plants in the most species-rich region of South America. As a consummate field researcher, Gentry designed this guide to be not just comprehensive, but also easy to use in rigorous field conditions.
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With the publication of this monograph Bertil Ståhl has given us the first thorough treatment of Theophrastaceae since It comes at a critical time: Using the classification of the IUCN, Ståhl tells us that 'at least 33 species (34%) of Theophrastaceae must be considered threatened at some level.
Get Theophrastaceae Full Book by Bertil Ståhl, New York Botanical Garden, Organization for Flora Neotropica. You able to download or read online PDF or EPUB files. “The Theophrastaceae are a family of shrubs and small trees comprising 95 species in seven genera. Buy Flora of the Guianas Series A: Phanerogams Fascicle Cyrillaceae, Theophrastaceae, Habdodendraceae, Proteaceae, Combretaceae, Part of the The Families and Genera of Vascular Plants book series (FAMILIES GENERA, volume 6) Abstract Leaves alternate, mostly arranged in one or several pseudowhorls at branch tips, petiolate, exstipulate; blades simple, glandular-punctate, often faintly striate.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Published 31 July "--Page 4 of cover. Description: 77 pages. Entertaining and visually beautiful little book (great illustrations by Andre Carrillo). Though the characters may present naive and simplified personalities that I found somewhat repetitive, I think the historical value of the characters is significant, and the modern way in which they have been presented was nice/5(49).
Theophrastaceae are reported to be characterized by the absence of bracteoles, the presence of staminodes opposite the sepal lobes and fused to the corolla, antepetalous stamens that develop from common petal-stamen primordia, and an-thers with extrorse dehiscence, typically containing calcium.
Part of the Lehrbücher und Monographien aus dem Gebiete der exakten Wissenschaften book series (LMW, volume 21) Zusammenfassung Bäume oder Sträucher mit ungeteilten, nebenblattlosen, meist wechselständigen, aber oft scheinwirtelig gehäuften Blättern und mit regelmässigen, zwittrigen oder eingeschlechtigen sympetalen Blüten.
Book: Qjure. Type: Picture. Chapter: Theophrastaceae Introduction There is conflict between adapting and pleasing on one hand and fear of being rejected from the village on the other. This conflict can take several forms.
One is that of gossiping, behaving very nice and friendly but at the same time telling stories about others. Theophrastaceae in L. Watson and M. Dallwitz ( onwards). The families of flowering plants. Ståhl, Bertil (). "Theophrastaceae". Flora Neotropica. 1–Family: Primulaceae. Theophrastaceae synonyms, Theophrastaceae pronunciation, Theophrastaceae translation, English dictionary definition of Theophrastaceae.
Noun 1. Theophrastaceae - family of mainly tropical American trees and shrubs similar to those of the Myrsinaceae; often included in the Myrsinaceae family. The partially inferior ovary as well as aspects of staminode anatomy are unusual for Primulaceae. Recent research (Källersjö et al.
Amer J Bot ) has shown that Samolus is a sister-taxon to Theophrastaceae, providing evidence for its removal from Primulaceae. Jepson. The novice gardener will have an accurate, reliable and highly readable reference when a question arises about one of his plants, or if he should wonder if a specific plant would do well in a sunny corner of his yard.
The detail of each of the 8 by 11 inch color photographs surprises the eyes. Exact matches only. Search in title. Search in title. A revsion of Clavija (Theophrastaceae) by Bertil Ståhl. Format: Print Book Publication year: Held by WUR Library.
Check Availability. Read Alternate Summary/Abstract. null. Close. " Theophrasta " Theophrastaceae is a small family of flowering plants.
In its traditional circumscription, the family consists of five genera and between species of tree s or shrub s, native to tropical regions of the Americas. The APG II system places this family in.
Theophrastaceae D. Don. Anita F. Cholewa Shrubs, trees, or perennial herbs, often evergreen, usually glandular-punctate or with secretory resin canals appearing as dark dots or streaks on vegetative and/or floral parts (sometimes somewhat obscure in Samolus).Leaves pseudoverticillate at ends of branches or alternate (some Samolus also with basal rosettes or reduced and scalelike leaves.
Theophrastaceae D. Don Edwards's Bot. Reg. () References. Indices Nominum Supragenericorum Plantarum Vascularium () Theophrastoideae. Available on line. Accessed 1 Feb. Stevens, P.F. onwards. Angiosperm Phylogeny Website. This is a guide to the families of trees in this book, presenting in abbreviated form their principal features.
Major families are described in greater detail later; smaller families are described only here. In this condensed treatment, comparison of families is made easy. Looking for Theophrastaceae. Find out information about Theophrastaceae. A family of tropical and subtropical dicotyledonous woody plants in the order Primulales characterized by flowers having staminodes alternate with the Explanation of Theophrastaceae.
Other articles where Theophrastaceae is discussed: Ericales: Theophrastaceae: Theophrastaceae includes 6 to 9 genera and species of mostly shrubs and small trees that are largely restricted to the New World. Samolus (15 species) is the only herbaceous genus, and it also grows in Europe and the Antipodes.
Jacquinia (35 species) is.Theophrastaceae definition is - a family of mainly tropical trees and shrubs (order Primulales) distinguished from Myrsinaceae mainly by staminodia in the flowers.Theophrastaceae are reported to be characterized by the absence of bracteoles, the presence of staminodes opposite the sepal lobes and fused to the corolla, Louis Ronse De Craene, Book review, Plant Systematics and Evolution, /s,