2 edition of revision of Macrocarpaea found in the catalog.
revision of Macrocarpaea
Joseph Andorfer Ewan
|Statement||by Joseph Ewan.|
|Series||Smithsonian Institution. United States National Museum. Contributions from the United States National Herbarium,, v. 29, pt. 5|
|LC Classifications||QK1 .U5 vol. 29, pt. 5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 209-249, 1 p.|
|Number of Pages||249|
|LC Control Number||s 48000005|
(Plants) a large coniferous tree of New Zealand, Cupressus macrocarpa, used for shelter belts on farms and for rough timber. Also called: Monterey cypress. Property Name Property Value Reference; Molecular Weight: g/mol: Computed by PubChem (PubChem release ) XLogP3-AA: Computed by .
Macrocarpaea apparata-a species named after Harry Potter's adventures IMAGES (Gentianaceae: Helieae: Macrocarpaea: Macrocarpaea apparata) The Apparating Moon-gentian (Macrocarpaea apparata).. This new species was described in , see link. Photos with higher resolution to be used for publications are available courtesy of Jason R. Grant or Lena Struwe (see Address page). Macrocarpa definition at , a free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms and translation. Look it up now!
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The genus Macrocarpaea, with species and two hybrids of m herbs, shrubs, epiphytes and small trees to 10 m tall, is the largest genus of the tribe Helieae of the gentian family (Gentianaceae).Species of Macrocarpaea have diurnal and nocturnal pollinators, visited during the day by hummingbirds, insects and butterflies, and at night by bats, moths and many different kinds of : Gentianaceae.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ewan, Joseph, Revision of Macrocarpaea. Washington: G.P.O., (OCoLC) Material Type. A Monographic Revision of the Neotropical Genus Macrocarpaea (Gentianaceae first three chapters consider the classification of the family and review the advances in research since the earlier revision published inwhich resulted in the reclassification of some plants and the naming of new genera.
This volume provides the basis for. Extracts of both roots and stem of Macrocarpaea glabra (L.f.) Gilg (Gentianaceae) have been shown to yield 1-hydroxy-3,7-dimethoxyxanthone (I) and 8-h Cited by: Macrocarpaea apparata has the largest leaves known to date within the genus Macrocarpaea ( cm long and cm wide).
The tobacco-like leaves are broadly ovate to narrowly ovate to elliptic, and sterile plants typically similar to the coffee-family (Rubiaceae) or sunflower-family (Asteraceae). Macrocarpaea je rod rostlin z čeledi to polodřevnaté byliny, keře a malé stromy s velkými vstřícnými listy a bledě zbarvenými zvonkovitými květy, které revision of Macrocarpaea book specializované na opylování netopýry a zahrnuje asi druhů a je rozšířen ve Střední a Jižní íce druhů roste ve středních Andách.
Ewan J () A revision of Macrocarpaea, a neotropical genus of shrubby gentians. Contr US Natl Herb – Google Scholar Grant JR () De Macrocarpaeae Grisebach (ex Gentianaceis) speciebus novis II: typification of the Ruiz & Pavon names.
Progress toward a taxonomic revision of Macrocarpaea(Gentianaceae: Helieae) has revealed numer- ous novelties in this morphologically diverse and unexpectedly species-rich genus. Eleven new. A monographic revision of the neotropical genus Macrocarpaea (Gentianaceae: Helieae) has been initiated.
The taxonomic and nomenclatural background is provided as an introduction in this first of. of Macrocarpaea known from this area is Macrocarpaea gran-pajatena J.R. Grant. Etymology: Named for Parque Nacional del Río Abiseo in Peru, where it occurs.
Macrocarpaea abiseo has thick leathery leaves with scarcely visible secondary veins. It appears to belong to a group of species from southern Ecuador and Peru with these. A revision of the Neotropical genus Bonyunia M. Schomb. ex Progel (Loganiaceae, Antonieae) is provided, including a key to species, description, distribution, IUCN Red List status, and discussion.
This volume provides the basis for the biotechnological approaches that are considered in the companion book The Gentianaceae – Volume 2: Biotechnology and Applications. Show all. Table of contents A Monographic Revision of the Neotropical Genus Macrocarpaea (Gentianaceae) in Ecuador.
The genus Macrocarpaea (Griseb.) Gilg (Gentianaceae, Helieae) is among the largest woody genera of tropical gentians, with most of its species occurring in the wet mountainous forests of the Andes. Phylogenetic and dispersal-vicariance analyses (DIVA) of 57 of the currently recognized species in the genus, using two data sets from nuclear DNA (ITS and 5S-NTS sequences) and morphology.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource ( pages): color illustrations: Contents: Morphological Characteristics of the Family Gentianaceae --Classification and Evolution of the Family Gentianaceae --A Monographic Revision of the Neotropical Genus Macrocarpaea (Gentianaceae) in Ecuador --A Review of Taxonomy and Distribution of the.
Macrocarpaea zophoflora; Mga kasarigan. Mga sumpay ha gawas. An Wikimedia Commons mayda media nga nahahanungod han: Macrocarpaea. Cite this chapter as: Grant J.R. () Erratum to: A Monographic Revision of the Neotropical Genus Macrocarpaea (Gentianaceae) in Ecuador.
In: Rybczyński J., Davey M., Mikuła A. (eds) The Gentianaceae - Volume 1: Characterization and Ecology. Macrocarpaea: Henero sa mga tanom nga bulak ang Macrocarpaea. Ang Macrocarpaea sakop sa kabanay nga Gentianaceae. Matang nga nahiubos. Macrocarpaea acuminata; Macrocarpaea affinis; Macrocarpaea angelliae; Macrocarpaea angustifolia; Macrocarpaea apparata; Macrocarpaea.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: English. Description: 1 online resource ( pages) Contents: Morphological Characteristics of the Family Gentianaceae --Classification and Evolution of the Family Gentianaceae --A Monographic Revision of the Neotropical Genus Macrocarpaea (Gentianaceae) in Ecuador --A Review of Taxonomy and Distribution of the.
The Plant List includes scientific plant names of species rank for the genus Macrocarpaea. Of these 31 are accepted species names.
Species names. The status of the species names for the genus Macrocarpaea recorded in The Plant List, are as follows: Status. Author of Biographical dictionary of Rocky Mountain naturalists, John Banister and his natural history of Virginia,A short history of botany in the United States, Introduction to the facsimile reprint of Frederick Pursh's Flora Americae Septentrionalis, (Historiae naturalis classica tomus civ), A revision of Macrocarpaea, A short history of botany in the United States, The.
Chapter 3: A monographic revision of the neotropical genus Macrocarpaea (Gentianaceae) in Ecuador. Pages in J. J. RybczynsKi et al., eDs. The Gentianaceae-Volume 1: Characterization and.A Revision of Macrocarpaea, A Neotropical Genus of Shrubby Gentians; Volume 29 Part 5 Joseph Ewan Published by United States National Herbarium, Washington D.
C. ().as mentioned earlier, should be excluded from Macrocarpaea. Rather, M. sub caudata is probably related to M. acuminata and to certain of the West Indian species such as M. pinetorum Alain and M. domingensis Urban & Ekman. LITERATURE CITED Ewan, J.
A revision of Macrocarpaea, a neotropical genus of shrubby gentians.