ESTUDIO FLORISTICO DE LA REGION DE HUEHUETOCA, ESTADO DE MEXICO
- Corrections. // Greenhouse Grower;Oct2015, Vol. 33 Issue 12, p14
Corrections to the articles "State of the 2015 Young Plant Market" in the September 2015 issue, and "Let's Talk About Starflowers: Why is Pentas not More Popular?" in the August 2015 issue are presented.
- EL ENDEMISMO EN LA FLORA FANEROGAMICA MEXICANA: UNA APRECIACION ANALITICA PRELIMINARY. Rzedowski, Jerzy // Acta Botanica Mexicana;sep1991, Issue 15, p47
This contribution is essentially a complement to the data and concepts exposed in a previous paper, devoted to the topic of diversity and origins of the Mexican phanerogamic flora. A part of the mentioned paper deals with the subject of endemism which, according to evidence and estimations,...
- NOTAS SOBRE HERNANDIACEAE: PRIMER REGISTRO DE GYROCARPUS AMERICANUS JACQ. PARA MÃ‰XICO Y DE SPARATTANTHELIUM AMAZONUM MART. PARA OAXACA. Hernández, Jaime Ernesto Rivera // Acta Botanica Mexicana;ene2007, Issue 78, p67
Gyrocarpus americanus Jacq. is reported for the first time from Mexico, where it grows in the coastal area of Oaxaca: comments are included about its distribution. Sparattanthelium amazonum Mart. is reported for the first time from Oaxaca, where it grows in the region of the Chimalapas.
- Inflorescence structures and evolution in subfamily Chloridoideae (Gramineae). Liu, Q.; Zhao, N.-X.; Hao, G. // Plant Systematics & Evolution;Mar2005, Vol. 251 Issue 2-4, p183
Inflorescence structures of 81 species and two subspecies (representing 61 genera) of the Chloridoideae have been investigated using stereo microscopy (SM). Inflorescences of the Chloridoideae are true polytelic inflorescences. Thirteen inflorescence subtypes are distinguished based on modes of...
- Diascia integerrima. Rodda, Kelli // NMPRO - Nursery Management & Production;Jun2005, Vol. 21 Issue 6, p10
Describes the Diascia integerrima Coral Canyon which was discovered in South Africa's East Cape Drakensberg Mountains. Characteristics of the plant; Ability of the plant to grow well in various soil conditions and is drought resistant; Landscape and production practices tips for growing the plant.
- Welcome early guests. Grimshaw, John // Garden;Feb2012, Vol. 137 Issue 2, p36
The article provides information on Hepatica flowering plants in Great Britain. The most common Hepatica species in British gardens are European Hepatica nobilis, which was also the first species in cultivation. If grown in shade, hepaticas will withstand exceptional dryness in summer, but not...
- An Assessment of Angiosperm Diversity of Adyar Estuary, Chennai - A Highly Degraded Estuarian Ecosystem, Tamil Nadu, India. Karthigeyan, Kaliyamurthy; Kumaraswamy, Ilangovan; Arisdason, Wilson // CheckList;2013, Vol. 9 Issue 5, p920
Estuaries are coastal ecosystems which are commonly known to support unique flora and fauna. The Adyar estuary is a severely damaged ecosystem due to developmental activities in the urban city of Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. Botanical explorations were conducted in and around Adyar estuary during...
- Ecological Status of the Coastal Waters of AyvalÄ±k (Aegean Sea, Turkey) Assessed Using the EEI Method. TAŞKIN, Ergun // Ekoloji Dergisi;2015, Vol. 24 Issue 95, p10
Macroalgae and angiosperms are proposed as biological elements to assess the ecological status of coastal waters and transitional systems by the EU Water Framework Directive. Recently, the Ecological Evaluation Index (EEI) was intercalibrated in the Mediterranean eco-region by the Mediterranean...
- Early Cretaceous Archaeamphora is not a carnivorous angiosperm. Oki Wong, William; Dilcher, David Leonard; Labandeira, Conrad C.; Ge Sun; Fleischmann, Andreas // Frontiers in Plant Science;May2015, p1
Archaeamphora longicervia H. Q. Li was described as an herbaceous, Sarraceniaceaelike pitcher plant from the mid Early Cretaceous Yixian Formation of Liaoning Province, northeastern China. Here, a re-investigation of A. longicervia specimens from the Yixian Formation provides new insights into...