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Book
viii, 161 pages : illustrations (some color), maps ; 27 cm.
  • Morphological misfits and character evolution in monocots, with particular reference to Pandanales / Paula J. Rudall
  • Comparative labellar micro-morphology of Mormolyca (Maxillariinae: Orchidaceae) / Rafael Arévalo, Barbara S. Carlsward, Galen Bergquist, and Kenneth M. Cameron
  • Tepal apex trichomes, specialized bud closure structures and their systematic value in Asparagales / Terry D. Macfarlane and John G. Conran
  • Anatomical evidence of the meristematic activity of the endodermis and pericycle in the primary thickening of Xyris L. (Xyridaceae) / Graziela Cury, Karen L. M. Sasaki, and Nanuza L. De Menezes
  • Adaptive evolution of the chloroplast genome in the submersed monocotyledon Najas (Hydrocharitaceae) / Ursula M. King, Donald H. Les, Elena L. Peredo, and Lori K. Benoit
  • Pogoniopsis is an epidendroid orchid that has been misclassified in subfamily Vanilloideae (Orchidaceae) / Kenneth M. Cameron and Cassio Van Den Berg
  • Orchid taxonomy on a global scale: a network for data verification / Franco Pupulin
  • Biodiversity and distribution of Iridaceae in Italy / Maretta Colasante
  • Comparative biology of aloes and related genera in the context of recent phylogenetic evidence / Olwen M. Grace and Nina Ronsted
  • A first look at diversification of Beaksedges (tribe Rhynchosporeae: Cyperaceae) in habitat, pollination, and photosynthetic features / Christopher E. Buddenhagen, W. Wayt Thomas, and Austin R. Mast
  • A molecular phylogeny of the subtribe Sporobolinae and a classification of the subfamily Chloridoideae (Poaceae) / Paul M. Peterson, Konstantin Romaschenko, Yolanda Herrera Arrieta, and Jeffery M. Saarela
  • Endemism and the importance of intensive collections efforts for a taxonomic revision of Dichorisandra 1. C. Mikan, Commelinaceae (Commelinales) / L. Y. S. Aona and M. C. E. Amaral.
The Fifth International Conference on the Comparative Biology of Monocotyledons (Monocots V) convened in New York City in June 2013, marking the 20th anniversary of the conference series. The New York Botanical Garden (Bronx) hosted Monocots V, also using facilities of the adjacent, beautiful Fordham University Rose Hill campus. Over 330 participants, including about 80 students, represented 37 countries. Twenty-two symposia covered a wide array of taxonomic groups and subjects, such as life history strategies, morphology, paleobiology, phylogenomics, and reproductive biology. This volume of proceedings from Monocots V comprises 12 papers from 24 contributing authors. Monocot groups represented include Asparagales, Pandanales, Poales, Commelinaceae, and Hydrocharitaceae. Among the volume's dozen papers is the Conference's plenary lecture by Paula J. Rudall (Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew), "Morphological misfits and character evolution in monocots, with particular reference to Pandanales.
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Book
172 p. : ill. (some col.), maps ; 26 cm.
  • Taxonomic history
  • Phylogenetic relationships
  • Morphological characters
  • Pollen morphology
  • Chromosome numbers
  • Intrageneric classification
  • Key to sections of Aralia
  • Reproductive biology
  • Species concepts
  • Distribution and biogeography
  • Taxonomy.
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Book
584 p. : ill., map ; 26 cm.
" . . . includes the countries of Guyana and Surinam, French Guiana (a part of France) and the Venezuelan states of Amazonas, Bolivar, and Delta Amacuro. The checklist contains 257 vascular plant families with 13,367 species." -- from abstract p. [2].
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184 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm.
Stancik, Daniel and Paul M. Peterson. A revision of Festuca (Poaceae: Loliinae) in South American paramos. Smithsonian Contributions from the United States National Herbarium, Volume 56, 184 pages (including 97 fi gures). A taxonomic revision of Festuca L. for the South American paramos of Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, northern Peru, and Venezuela is given. Fifty-six species and six subspecies of Festuca are recognized in the study area. Fifty-three species are native to the fl ora region and three are introduced and cultivated. Keys for determining the species, a classifi cation, synonymies, descriptions, leaf anatomical descriptions, observations, distribution and habitat, specimens examined, illustrations, and leaf surface micrographs are provided. One species: F. turimiquirensis Stancik & P.M. Peterson, and one subspecies: F. tolucensis subsp. culata Stancik & P.M. Peterson, are newly described. The following three names were lectotypifi ed: Bromus caldasii Kunth [=Festuca caldasii (Kunth) Kunth], Festuca fratercula Rupr. ex E. Fourn. (=Festuca amplissima Rupr. subsp. amplissima), and Festuca ovina subvar. jamesonii St.-Yves (=Festuca glumosa Hack. ex E.B. Alexeev).
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180 p. : col. ill., col. map ; 26 cm.
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225 p. : ill., col. map ; 26 cm.
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415 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
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483 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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152 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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Book
150 p. : ill. (some col.), maps ; 25 cm.
  • Notes on trips
  • Collection localities
  • Collection locality maps
  • Collections by number
  • Collections by determined taxa.
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185 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
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Book
590 p. : ill. (some col.) ; maps, ports. ; 26 cm.
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Book
104 p. : ill. (some col.), maps ; 25 cm.
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Journal/Periodical
v. : ill. ; 23 cm.
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15. Begoniaceae [2002]

Book
289 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm.
  • pt. 1. Annotated species list
  • pt. 2. Illustrated key, abridgement and supplement.
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144 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
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255 p. ; 26 cm.
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Book
xvii, 211 p., 17 p. of plates : ill., map ; 26 cm.
Based on work spanning a decade, this study of the Maquipucuna area-on the western slopes of the Andes discusses the climate, vegetation, ecological relationships, and flora, and emphasizes the importance of the Maquipucuna area as a biological reserve. In addition to the checklist of the flora, which enumerates 1,650 species (including 228 species of pteridophytes and over 200 species of orchids), appendices give information on floristic composition of communities, distribution of epiphytes, and elevational ranges of families and genera. The illustrations include a map, landscapes, and characteristic species.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780520098305 20160528
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4 v. ; 26 cm.
  • 1. Subfamilies Anomochlooideae, Bambusoideae, Ehrhartoideae, and Pharoideae / by Emmet J. Judziewicz ... [et al.]
  • 2. Subfamily Chloridoideae / by Paul M. Peterson ... [et al.]
  • 3. Subfamilies Panicoideae, Aristidoideae, Arundinoideae, and Danthonioideae / by Fernando O. Zuloaga ... [et al.]
  • 4. Subfamily Pooideae / by Robert J. Soreng ... [et al.].
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128 p. ; 26 cm.
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