CHECKLIST OF HINTON'S COLLECTIONS OF THE FLORA OF SOUTH-CENTRAL NUEVO LEON AND ADJACENT COAHUILA
- Flora of Kumalar Mountain (Afyon). Ak�i�ek, Ekrem // Turkish Journal of Botany;2003, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p383
This study was carried out to determine the flora of Kumalar Mountain (Afyon) which is located in the transition zone between the Aegean and Central Anatolia. After the evaluation of 2204 plant specimens collected from the research area between 1996 and 2001, 89 families, 388 genera and 898 taxa...
- Seed Production and in situ Germination of Lamyropsis microcephala (Asteraceae), a Threatened Mediterranean Mountain Species. Mattana, Efisio; Fenu, Giuseppe; Bacchetta, Gianluigi // Arctic, Antarctic & Alpine Research;Aug2012, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p343
Seed reproduction is considered a critical bottleneck of the plant life cycle, constraining population growth, especially in the Mediterranean area. In this study, we investigated seed reproduction of Lamyropsis microcephala (Asteraceae), a threatened species occurring only in the Gennargentu...
- A CYCLE TRIP THROUGH EAST GIPPSLAND. Williamson, H. B. // Victorian Naturalist;Feb2011, Vol. 128 Issue 1, p10
An excerpt from the journal "The Victorian Naturalist" XXVIII that was published in the August 1911 issue is presented.
- Plant species evaluated for new crop potential Carr, M. E. // Economic Botany;Jul/Sep1985, Vol. 39 Issue 3, p336
No abstract available.
- Addendum to the Flora of Cumberland Island National Seashore, Camden County, Georgia. Zomlefer, Wendy B.; Kruse, Lisa M. // Castanea;Jun2011, Vol. 76 Issue 2, p183
Cumberland Island National Seashore, Camden County, Georgia, is administered by the National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior, and includes over 85% of the terrestrial acreage (7,880 ha; 19,472 acres) comprising Cumberland Island. A series of collecting trips over one year...
- Flowering finds in our own backyards. Tangley, Laura // National Wildlife (World Edition);Dec99/Jan2000, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p52
Reports on the continued discovery of plant species in the United States. Common assumption that all plant species in the country have already been found and given scientific names; Estimated number of California plants that remain undiscovered; Majority of plant discoveries between 1975 and...
- THE GENUS ISOSTIGMA (ASTERACEAE, HELIANTHEAE) IN ARGENTINA: TWO NEW RECORDS AND NOTES ON DISTRIBUTION. Peter, Guadalupe // Darwiniana;2004, Vol. 42 Issue 1-4, p207
Isostigma dissitifolium and I. speciosum are newly reported for Argentina (Misiones Province). Five species have been previously recorded: I. cordobense, I. crithmifolium, I. hoffmannii, I. molfinianum and I. peucedanifolium. All distributions are updated. I. dissitifolium and I. speciosum are...
- THE GENUS MASSARIA (ASCOMYCOTA) IN LITHUANIA. Treigienė, Aušra; Rukšėnienė, Jonė // Botanica Lithuanica;2005, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p55
This paper deals with 5 species of the genus Massaria recorded in Lithuania. Four of them, M. anomia, M. conspurcata, M. sorbi, M. ulmi, are new to the country. These collections are described and illustrated, with distribution in Lithuania indicated. An identification key is provided.
- Colorado Picks Winners for 2000 Plant Select(R) Program. // American Nurseryman;06/15/2000, Vol. 191 Issue 12, p14
Features plant species in the Rocky Mountain Region that were named winners in the 2000 Plant Select program by the Colorado State University in Fort Collins and the Denver Botanic Gardens. Ease of growth; Drought tolerance; Plant origins.