MORFOLOGIA DE LOS GRANOS DE POLEN DE LA FAMILIA POLYGALACEAE DEL VALLE DE MEXICO
- Polygala lancifolia (Polygalceae) a new record for the Argentine flora. Mulgura De Romero, Maria Ema; Fortunato, Renee H. // Darwiniana;1986, Vol. 27 Issue 1-4, p565
Polygala lancifolia A. St. Hil. et Moq. is described and illustrated; a key to distinguish it from the related species P. darwiniana A. W. Bennet and P. argentinensis Chodat is given.
- Characterizing Polygala L. (Polygalaceae) Species in Southern Brazil Using ISSR. Lüdtke, Raquel; Agostini, Gustavo; Miotto, Silvia T. Sfoggia; Souza-Chies, Tatiana T. // Plant Molecular Biology Reporter;Jun2010, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p317
The genus Polygala is one of the seven Polygalaceae genera that occur in the Brazilian flora, covering approximately 110 species. During the taxonomic review of Polygalaceae in Southern Brazil, difficulties were found when classifying species with very similar morphology, and morphological data...
- A Colorful New Subtropical for U.S. Gardens. Flores, Alfredo // Agricultural Research;Jan2006, Vol. 54 Issue 1, p7
The article reports on the research by Alan Meerow, a plant geneticist at the Subtropical Horticulture Research Station in Miami, Florida, on Polygala myrtifolia, the evergreen shrub known as cape milkwort. Meerow has worked together with the Agricultural Research Service horticulturist Tomas...
- Gaywings. Nuffer, Barbara // New York State Conservationist;Jun2006, Vol. 60 Issue 6, p27
The article offers information on gaywings. Gaywings are also known as fringed polygala, fringed milk-wort, and bird-on-the-wing. They are beautiful native wildflowers found in rich, moist woods from Georgia to New Brunswick. Folk tales suggest that eating plants in the milkwort or Polygalaceae...
- Genetic diversity of fragmented populations ofPolygala reinii(Polygalaceae), a perennial herb endemic to Japan. Nakagawa, Masato // Journal of Plant Research;Oct2004, Vol. 117 Issue 5, p355
Genetic variation at 10 allozyme loci was analyzed in 14 populations ofPolygala reinii(Polygalaceae), a perennial herb endemic to central Honshu, Japan, with a fragmented geographical distribution. The levels of genetic variation within species (P=80.0,A=3.10,HE=0.303) and within populations...
- Appendix 3: List of Santa Ana River Species. // Flora of the Santa Ana River & Environs with References to World;2007, p443
A variety of plant species in the Santa Ana River Watershed in California that appeared January 2007 issue of the book "Flora of the Santa Ana River & Environs: With References to World Botany" is presented.
- New and interesting plants. // Garden;Oct2012, Vol. 137 Issue 10, p10
The article features four new plant species including the Rosa Glyndebourne or "Harpulse," the Salvia "African Sky," the Parthenocissus Red Wall or "Troki," and the Rhododendron Metallica or "Hachmann's Metallica."
- NEW PLANT TAXA FROM COLORADO, NEW MEXICO, AND ARIZONA. Duane Atwood, N.; Welsh, Stanley L. // Western North American Naturalist;May2013, Vol. 73 Issue 1, p113
Descriptions of previously undescribed taxa are provided for plant taxa from Colorado (Phacelia), New Mexico (Phacelia; Mentzelia), and Arizona (Xylorhiza).
- ancestor:. Schlegel, Rolf H. J. // Encyclopedic Dictionary of Plant Breeding & Related Subjects;2003, p30
A definition of the term "ancestor," is presented, which refers to the form or stock from which an organism has descended or the actual or assumed earlier type from which a species or other taxon evolved.