2 edition of monograph of the genus Schoutenia Korth. (Tiliaceae) found in the catalog.
monograph of the genus Schoutenia Korth. (Tiliaceae)
Written in English
Disertasi-Institut Pertanian Bogor.
|LC Classifications||QK495.T5 H37|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||sa 68020100|
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The genus of a connected, orientable surface is an integer representing the maximum number of cuttings along non-intersecting closed simple curves without rendering the resultant manifold disconnected. It is equal to the number of handles on it. Alternatively, it can be defined in terms of the Euler characteristic χ, via the relationship χ = 2 − 2g for closed surfaces, where g is the genus. The ovary is loculate in Schoutenia, loculate in Pakaraimaea. In both Pakaraimaea and Schoutenia the ovules have an axial placentation, are sessile, pendulous, anatropous; in Schoutenia there are 2 ovules per cell, in Paka-raimaea (2-)4. Both have one style with a stigma, punctiform in Pakaraimaea, in Schoutenia.
Plant Monographs/Genera Surveys with Botanical Illustrations. Anderson, Frank J. An Illustrated Treasury of Orchids. New York: Abbeville Press, pages, 72 color plates from paintings. The author was curator of rare books at the New York Botanical Garden and . Type species Schoutenia ovata Korth. (for Tropicos, 21 October ) BioLib link: Schoutenia Korth. Catalogue of Life link: Schoutenia ; GRIN link: Schoutenia Korth. (+species list (Note: includes synonyms)) IUCN link: Schoutenia threatened species; Tropicos link: Schoutenia Korth.
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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.
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Schoutenia is a genus of flowering ionally included in the family Tiliaceae, it is included in the expanded Malvaceae in the APG and most subsequent systematics.
Pieter Willem Korthals described it in /8 and named it after the explorer Willem Schouten. Selected species. Schoutenia cornerii; Schoutenia furfuracea; Schoutenia kunstleri; FootnotesClade: Angiosperms. A monograph of the genus Bos. The natural history of bulls, bisons, and buffaloes.
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(Tiliaceae). Reinwardtia Royen, P. van (). Sterculiaceae. In 'Manual of the Forest Trees of Papua and New Guinea.' Part 3, (Department of Forests: Port Moresby.), pp.
Smith, L.S. New species of and notes on Queensland plants - V. Contributions from. A monograph of the genus Schoutenia Korth. (Tiliaceae). Reinwardtia 7(2): นอกจากต้นรวงผึ้งแล้ว ในประเทศไทยพบพืชสกุล Schoutenia อีก 4 ชนิด ได้แก่ เมงครวน S.
accrescens (Mast.) Merr. ฮับ S. curtisii Roekm. หงอนไก่ S. kunstleri King และแดงสะแง S. ovata Korth. The grass genus Digitaria is found in the temperate and tropical regions of the world, and consists of both annual and perennial forms. Although a few species are common weeds, the genus contains very palatable forage grasses and some which are grown, as cereals.
Several other species may prove to be of economic value. This well printed extensive monograph of an important genus should therefore. A MONOGRAPH OF THE GENUS SCHOUTENIA*) Korth.
(Tiliaceae) The genus consists of 8 species in Siam, Indochina, the Malay Peninsula, Sumatra, Borneo, Java, and the Lesser Sunda Islands.
It is here divided into 2 subgenera, the monotypic Schoutevia with S. cvata Korth. and Chartacalyx with S. accrescens (Mast.) Curtis as type species. The Genus Actinidia, A World Monograph, This book, The Genus Actinidia, A World Monograph demonstrates just how much we have learnt over the past 40 years.
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Book. May ; Ong P.T. Leaf anatomy and micromorphology study was carried out on five selected taxa in the genus Schoutenia Korth. of Malvaceae subfam. Brownlowioideae. The five chosen taxa.
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[Kobuski, C. E.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Monograph of the American Species of the Genus Dyschoriste,Annals of the Missouri Botanical GardenAuthor: C. E. Kobuski.By far the most important work on the genus, hoi^ver, was pub- lished in by Pieper in Engl., Bot.
Jahrb. 62, Beibl. llil: 2 — 89 • Although he actually monographs only the African members of the genus, he gives a thorough review of the genus as a whole.