NOTA SOBRE EL TIPO, LA IDENTIFICACION Y LA LOCALIDAD DEL TIPO DE OUERCUS OBLONGIFOLIA VAR. PALUDINERVIS (FAGACEAE) EN CHIHUAHUA
- Homonyms, Synonyms, and Frustrations: An Introduction to the Name Problems of Oaks. Lamant, Thierry; Sternberg, Guy // International Oaks;Spring2000, Issue 10, p6
The article presents an overview of the nomenclature of oaks. It highlights the confusion experienced by scientists to navigate the Latin names and conflicting authors. The research results, botanical collections, herbaria, or nursery catalogs are often compromised due to confusion caused by the...
- Iberian Baetic endemic lora and the implications for a conservation policy. Pérez-García, Francisco J.; Medina-Cazorla, José M.; Martínez-Hernández, Fabián; Garrido-Becerra, Juan A.; Mendoza-Fernández, Antonio J.; Salmerón-Sánchez, Esteban; Mota, Juan F. // Annales Botanici Fennici;Apr2012, Vol. 49 Issue 1, p43
The Baetic ranges in the Iberian Peninsula are extremely rich and outstanding in biological terms. Based on the existing literature, herbarium sheets and our own field research, we provide a checklist of the endemic flora growing in the Baetic chorological province. The checklist includes 418...
- Herbarium help. Dobbyn, Andrea // Wildlife Australia;Winter98, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p4
States that a set of botanical identification tools was installed at the Queensland Herbarium's Plant Information Center in 1998. Reference to the Herbarium's move to Mount Coot-that Botanic Gardens in Brisbane; Comment from Chief Botanist Dr. Gordon Gummer.
- Manihot Esculenta (Euphorbiaceae), A New Alien Species In Italy. Stinca, Adriano; D'Auria, Giuseppe; Motti, Riccardo // Hacquetia;Dec2014, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p355
In the present work the presence of Manihot esculenta Crantz is reported for the first time for Italy and Europe, a neophyte native to South America: ecology and invasive status are presented.
- LIZ OAKES: SPECIAL CLIMBING POWER. Fedarko, Kevin // Skiing;Feb2006, Vol. 58 Issue 6, p60
The article features ski mountaineer Liz Oakes. A personal and career background of Oakes is presented. She focused on attempting to complete the intensive regimen to become the youngest of only four U.S. women certified by the American Mountain Guides Association, which applies rigorous...
- Cheviot Hills Domain - a wonderful reserve. Studd, Jenny // New Zealand Tree Grower;May2004, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p12
Presents the highlights of a trip to Cheviot Hills Domain in the town of Cheviot, between Kaikoura and Christchurch, in New Zealand by farm foresters. Description of the Domain; Tree varieties planted in the area; Uses of oak trees.
- QUERCUS LESUEURI, UN MIEMBRO MERIDIONAL DEL COMPLEJO DE Q. X UNDULATA (FAGACEAE, SUBGENERO QUERCUS). Spellenberg, Richard // Acta Botanica Mexicana;1998, Issue 42, p25
Quercus gambelii Nutt. is a widespread white oak (Quercus, subgenus and section Quercus, subsection Gambelieae) in the southern Rocky Mountain region of the United States, extending to west-central Chihuahua in the Sierra Madre Occidental of Mexico. Quercus arizonica Sarg., rather distantly...
- Fire in a Thermic Oak-Pine Forest in Linville Gorge Wilderness Area, North Carolina: Importance of the Shrub Layer to Ecosystem Response. Dumas, Shay; Neufeld, Howard S.; Fisk, Melany C. // Castanea;Jun2007, Vol. 72 Issue 2, p92
In the fall of 2000, a ground fire burned much of the Linville Gorge Wilderness Area, North Carolina, providing an opportunity to study the effects of fire on an oak-pine forest that had not been burned in 50 years. There was no immediate overstory mortality in our study plots. Most aboveground...
- Scenery of the While Mountains. Wright, Walter W. // Historical New Hampshire;Fall1972, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p172
The article reviews the book "Scenery of the White Mountains," by William Oakes, with a foreword and commentary by Sherman Adams.