3 edition of The morphology and taxonomy of Aneilema R. Brown (Commelinaceae) found in the catalog.
|Statement||Robert B. Faden.|
|Series||Smithsonian contributions to botany ;, no. 76|
|LC Classifications||QK1 .S2747 no. 76, QK495.C73 .S2747 no. 76|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 166 p., 7 leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||166|
|LC Control Number||90009629|
About this book. Material of six osteolepiforrn genera is described, including Askerichthys n. gen., a new Late Carboniferous genus from Norway, MegaIichthys Agassiz, from the Carboniferous of Great Britain, Latvius Jarvik, from the Late Devonian of Germany and Latvia, and Osteolepis Agassiz, and Gyroptychius McCoy, from the Middle Devonian of Great Britain and northeast. Three new, endemic species of Commelinaceae from central and southern Somalia are described. Aneilema trispermum is unique in the genus in having capsules with three one-seeded locules. The annual, buff-orange-flowered Commelina arenicola differs from the annual C. subulata Roth and related perennials in having a capsule with an indehiscent dorsal locule.
Taxonomy, in a broad sense the science of classification, but more strictly the classification of living and extinct organisms. The internationally accepted taxonomic nomenclature is the Linnaean system created by Swedish naturalist Carolus Linnaeus, who drew up rules for assigning names to plants and animals. is a platform for academics to share research papers.
Taxonomy relies greatly on morphology to discriminate groups. Computerized geometric morphometric methods for quantitative shape analysis measure, test and visualize differences in form in a highly effective, reproducible, accurate and statistically powerful way. Plant leaves are commonly used in taxonomic analyses and are particularly suitable to landmark based geometric morphometrics. Paredes AM, Brown DT, Rothnagel R, Chiu W, Schoepp RJ, Johnston RE, Prasad BVV. Three-dimensional structure of a membrane-containing virus. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. ; – [PMC free article] [Google Scholar] Pletnev SV, Zhang W, Mukhopadhyay S, Fisher BR, Hernandez R, Brown DT, Baker TS, Rossmann MG, Kuhn RJ.
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[Robert B Faden] -- Vegetative and reproductive morphology and their variation within Aneilema, one of the largest genera of Commelinaceae, are described in detail. The taxonomic usefulness of.
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Brown (Commelinaceae) By Robert B. Faden Get PDF (23 MB)Author: Robert B. Faden. Aneilema is a genus of monocotyledonous plants of approximately 60 species.
The vast majority of the species are native to sub-Saharan Africa, but a few are found in Oceania and one, Aneilema brasiliense, is from South America. It is the third largest genus in the family Commelinaceae after Commelina and Tradescantia, and it is one of only six genera in the family to occur in both the Eastern.
"Brown's Stages" were identified by Roger Brown and described in his classic book (Brown,). The stages provide a framework within which to understand and predict the path that normal expressive language development usually takes, in terms of morphology. The apical meristem of an inflorescence produces a varying number of bracts and their axillary meristems, and then arrests its growth.
The Commelinaceae inflorescence axis lacks a terminal basic inflorescence type is a terminal pedunculate thyrse (Fig.
2A, B, E, F) with an indeterminate central axis to which several to many cincinni are attached (Faden, ). Faden RB () The morphology and taxonomy of Aneilema R. Brown (Commelinaceae).
Smithsonian Contr Bot – Article Google Scholar Faden RB () Floral attraction and floral hairs in the Commelinaceae. Ann Missouri Bot Garden – Article Google. The Morphology and Taxonomy of Aneilema R. Brown (Commelinaceae) Smithsonian Contributions to Botany Number 76 Smithsonian Institution Press Pages 61 - (Includes a picture).
Kirby, G. Wild Flowers of Southeast Botswana Struik Nature, Cape Town South Africa Page The family Eriocaulaceae in India- R. Ansari & N. Balakrishnan * The Herbarium Handbook- D. Bridson & L. Forman (rev. ed) * The morphology and taxonomy of Aneilema R. Br (Commelinaceae)- Robert B. Faden* INTRODUCTION.
The genus Commelina L. belongs to the family Commelinaceae and comprises about species in the world (Govaerts, ).It is represented by 22 species in India (Karthikeyan et al., ) and is fairly distributed in southern India with 18 genus is easily distinguished from other genera of this family by its annual or perennial herbaceous habit, terminal.
This volume includes a discussion of the history and development of plant nematology, the status of research on this field, and information pertaining to professional societies and publications.
It also discusses nematode morphology, anatomy, taxonomy, and ecology, including the origin of plant nematodes and population dynamics. The morphology and taxonomy of Aneilema (Commelinaceae) Smithisonian Contributions to Botany Jan ; ; R B Faden; Faden, R.B. The morphology and taxonomy of Aneilema The Morphology and Taxonomy of Aneilema R.
Brown (Commelinaceae) Smithsonian Contributions to Botany Number 76 Smithsonian Institution Press Pages 61 - (Includes a picture). Mapaura, A. & Timberlake, J. (eds) (). A revision of the genus Aneilema R. Brown (Commelinaceae) with a cytotaxonomic account of the West African species Article in Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 59() - June.
As nouns the difference between taxonomy and morphology is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while morphology is (uncountable) a scientific study of form and structure, usually without regard to function especially.
Faden, R.B. New taxa of Aneilema R. (Commelinaceae) from Southern and tropical East Africa. Bothalia 15(1&2) Pages 94 - (Includes a picture). Faden, R.B. The Morphology and Taxonomy of Aneilema R.
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