2 edition of Flora of China, family 153: Malvaceae found in the catalog.
Flora of China, family 153: Malvaceae
by The Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University, with the support of the China International Foundation in [Jamaica Plain? Mass.]
Written in English
|Statement||by Shiu-ying Hu|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||80|
|LC Control Number||57047426|
The large malvaceous genus Abutilon is in need of critical revisionary study. The present nomenclator is presented as a first step toward such an eventual study, and it will also be useful to herbarium curators. It brings together, on a global basis, more than names in specific rank, a number of names in infraspecific rank, and 25 names in infrageneric rank, giving bibliographic detail and. Stone, R.D. & Ntetha, N.A. () Warneckea parvifolia (Melastomataceae–Olisbeoideae), a new “sand-forest” endemic from northeastern KwaZulu-Natal (South Africa) and southernmost Mozambique, and a phylogenetic analysis of eastern and southern African representatives of W. section Warnecke.
Fossil leaves from the Bangmai Formation of Lincang, Yunnan Province, southwest China, presented a variety of plant–insect interactions in the late Miocene. Six principal functional feeding types (36 DTs) in leaves of more than 13 families were identified, i.e., hole feeding, leaf mining, surface feeding, skeletonization, galling and marginal. Full text of "The family flora and materia medica botanica: containing the botanical analysis, natural history and chemical and medical properties and uses of plants (Volume 1)" See other formats.
(family: Malvaceae) locally known as “khaddar/shohat” is a glabrous shrub found in southern Hejaz region of Saudi Arabia. In traditional medicine leaves, root, and fruits of G. tenax are used for the treatment of digestive diseases, liver disorders, jaundice, and inflammatory conditions [4, . Both the continental or island origin of Hainan, and the Indo-Malaysian or East Asian affinity of its flora, are debatable. In this study, families, genera and species of Hainan plants were recognized. Patterns of seed plant distribution were quantified at the generic and the family levels.
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Flora of China, family Malvaceae. [Jamaica Plain. Mass.] The Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University, with the support of the China International Foundation, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Shiu-ying Hu.
Astonishingly, a span of nearly 50 years separates the publication of two of her major works, The Flora of China, FamilyMalvaceae () and Food Plants of China (). Inthe Holly Society of America established The Shiu-Ying Hu Award to honor Professor Hu for her lifetime study of the genus Ilex, and named her the award’s.
Biocomplexity: Flora of the northern Andes, including the preparation of a manual of the vascular flora of the Parque Nacional Guaramacal, Venezuela; floristic accounts of Malvales and Ericaceae for neotropical and paleotropical flora projects.
Byttneria is a species in this family with about species can be found mostly in tropical America, South East Asia, Africa, China and Madagascar (Tang et al., ). Pollen morphology and. Check other web resources for Urena lobata L. var. chinensis (Osbeck) S.
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; PubAg: USDA's National Agricultural Library database. Sida acuta, the common wireweed, is a species of flowering plant in the mallow family, is believed to have originated in Central America, but today has a pantropical distribution and is considered a weed in some areas.
References: Chinese Academy of Sciences. Flora reipublicae popularis sinicae. Nasir, E. & S. Ali, eds. Flora of [West] Pakistan. Note: Malva. The Flowering Plants Handbook is an easy to use identification guide to the worlds flowering plants designed for both specialists and non-specialists and from beginner to expert.
Out of t MT was mulberry ( %), MT Tasar ( %), 1, MT Eri ( %) and MT Muga ( %) silk. The most important Species for Tasar industry belong to the genus Antheraea which is purely local Asiatic genus confined to Indo-Australian Palaearctic region extending eastward to China and Japan.
Flora of China – ASCLEPIADACEAE 萝沸科 luo mo ke ( endemic) in Chi na. Some authorities include this family in the Apocynaceae. Genera 1–6 are sometimes placed in a separate family, the Periplocaceae, here.
Solanum membranisepalum (Solanaceae): A new name for the Flora of China. Phytotaxa – Zhang L-B. Callicarpa qianyiyongii (Lamiaceae): A new name for the Flora of China. Phytotaxa – Duan Y-F and L-B Zhang. Eight new names and lectotypification of six names in Lamianae (asterids I) for the Flora of China.
A study on the diversity trends of Glossopteris flora from the Barakar, Raniganj, and Panchet formations of Tatapani–Ramkola Coalfield is published by Saxena et al.
 A study on the architecture of the ovuliferous reproductive organs of Permian glossopterids is published by Mcloughlin & Prevec (). Family: Malvaceae Juss. Genus: Abelmoschus Medik. Abelmoschus esculentus (L.) Moench; Okra is a cultigen (a plant that has been altered by humans through a process of selective breeding).
The exact origin of okra is unknown, but it is thought to have come from Africa, where it. Both the continental or island origin of Hainan, and the Indo-Malaysian or East Asian affinity of its flora, are debatable.
In this study, families, genera and species of Hainan plants were recognized. Patterns of seed plant distribution were quantified at the generic and the family levels.
The floras of Vietnam, and the adjacent Guangxi and Guangdong provinces of mainland China. China is ranked among the top six megadiverse countries of the world (Huang et al., ) and has 31 species of vascular plants belonging to genera and families (Wu et al., –). Considered as “a plantsman's paradise” and “the mother of gardens”, China attracted many botanists in the world to collect specimens and germplasm during the last half of the 19th century.
The Global Flora: A practical flora to vascular plant species of the world. Christenhusz, M.J.M., M.S. Vorontsova, M.F. Fay, & M.W. Chase. Results from an online survey of family delimitation in angiosperms and ferns: recommendations to the Angiosperm Phylogeny Group for thorny problems in plant classification.
The ratio of naturalized species number per family and genus in Taiwan to the total number of species per family and genus worldwide (Mabberley, ) was used for comparisons. Information on species that could be classified as weeds in Taiwan was obtained from Lin ().
Hu, Shiu-Ylng: Flora, ofChina #i,fa.m., Malvaceae. ("~6~J~1"~, pi. '4, index" 3 pp.~'fhe"""first'part of the new flora, sponsored by China international Foundation, worked out in the Arnold Arboretum. Bibliographic references, descriptions and keys to generaand species.
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Flora Hawaiiensis or New illustrated flora of the Hawaiian Islands. Publ. privately, Honolulu. [See Mill et al., Taxon – () for citation of each of the 1, articles included in this work.].
Circumscription of Malvaceae (Malvales) as determined by a preliminary cladistic analysis of morphological, anatomical, palynological, and chemical characters.
Brittonia .Flora of China – Wagner, Warren L. and Harris, E. M. "A unique Hawaiian Schiedea (Caryophyllaceae: Alsinoideae) with only five fertile stamens." American Journal of Botany – Wagner, Warren L.
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