3 edition of The North American species of gayophytum and boisduvalia found in the catalog.
The North American species of gayophytum and boisduvalia
|Statement||by William Trelease.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 28027.|
|Contributions||Missouri Botanical Garden.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||16 p., 10 leaves of plates|
|Number of Pages||16|
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TV News. The North American species of gayophytum and boisduvalia [electronic resource] / By William Trelease and Missouri Botanical Garden. Abstract. Cover title."Reprinted in advance from the fifth annual report of the Missouri Botanical Garden.""Issued January 5, "Electronic of access: Internet.4 Abstract.
repr. 5th Ann. Rep. Missouri Bot. Garden 16 pp. Mode of access: Internet LAMIACEAE Epling, C. Notes on the Scutellariae of western North America.
Madrona Epling, C. The American species of :// Darlington, J. Stuckey, R.L. LOASACEAE A monograph of the genus Mentzelia.
Ann. Bot. Gard. LYTHRACEAE Distributional history of Lythrum Boisduvalia stricta (A. Gray) Greene: GAST5: Gayophytum strictum A. Gray: Classification. Click on a scientific name below to expand it in the PLANTS Classification Report.
Rank North America; Arid West: FACW Western Mountains, Valleys, and Coast: FACW ?symbol=EPTO4. Dense Spike-primrose is an annual with simple or branched stems that are cm high. The sessile lower leaves are narrowly lance-shaped and mm long with entire or sparsely-toothed margins, while the upper leaves are shorter and ?elcode=PDONA on top of the seedpods.
Boisduvalia is named in honor of Jean Alphones Boisduval, a 19th century French naturalist and author of a floral book of France. Chamerion is from the Greek Chamae or Khamai meaning lowly or on the ground and Erion for wool and angustifolium means narrow-leaved.
Fireweed is with 51 South American species (Dietrich ). at least four times, Boisduvalia and Gayophytum at least twice. and the others once each (review in Seavey & Raven ). BREEDING SYSTEMS Approximately of the species ofOnagraceae, or about 42%, are outcrossing; anot or about 6%, include at least some modally outcrossing popu The evening primrose family consists of seventeen genera and species.
Although representatives are found world-wide, they are especially abundant in the Americas. Plants from several genera are cultivated as garden ornamentals, examples include North American species of Clarkia, Epilobium, Gaura and Ludwigia, as well as cultivars of Abstract— Pedicularis is a genus of over species distributed throughout tundra and alpine habitats of the Northern Hemisphere.
Phylogenetic relationships of North American species to Asian Species with Images This page provides a complete list to taxa that have images. Use the controls below to browse and search for images by family, genus, or ?taxon=Onagraceae. COSEWIC Assessment and Status Report on the Dense Spike-primrose Epilobium densiflorum in Canada.
Epilobium densiflorum is a densely white-hairy annual herb arising from a taproot. Its leaves are essentially stalkless and alternate varying from elongate lance-shaped to ovate-lanceolate within the :// The family Onagraceae in the order Myrtales are composed of about species in 17 genera with a worldwide distribution, although the family is most species‐rich in the New World (Table 1; Raven, ; Mabberley, ).Raven (, ) divided the Onagraceae into seven tribes (); only tribe Onagreae, with nine genera, contains more than two :// ABUTILON Kearney, T.
A tentative key to the North American species of Abutilon. Leafl. West. Bot. ACACIA Isely, D. Legumes of the United ?article=&context=bioscifacpub. The North American invasive species Epilobium ciliatum Raf. was recently recorded for the first time in Slovenia and Croatia. Book. Full-text available The six species of Boisduvalia have The Onagraceae, comprising seven tribes, 16 genera, and approximately species (Raven, ), is undoubtedly one of the most thoroughly examined angiosperm families of moderate size (Raven,Raven, ; Sytsma and Smith, ).
North American flora, series II, Vol. 5. Munz PA; Gaura, a genus of 21 species in North America, forms a monophyletic group within tribe Onagreae. Gayophytum (Epilobium-Boisduvalia Monograph of the north and central American species of the genus Senecio, Part II. Ann. Missouri Bot. Gardens. Greenman, J.M.
Monograph of the north and central American species ?family=&sciname=Alaria marginata.Request PDF | On Sep 1,Michael Witgen and others published The Native New World and Western North America | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate