UNA ESPECIE NUEVA DE HIBISCUS (MALVACEAE) DEL ESTADO DE OAXACA
- Scaptodrosophila aclinata: A New Hibiscus Flower-breeding Species Related to S. hibisci (Diptera: Drosophilidae). McEvey, Shane F.; Barker, J.S.F. // Records of the Australian Museum;9/12/2001, Vol. 53 Issue 12, p255
Describes the Scaptodrosophila aclinata species from Northern Territory which is related to Scaptodrosophila hibisci. Details of distinguishing features; Distribution; Hybridization studies.
- From the Editor. Grant, Mike // Plantsman: New Series;Sep2011, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p140
An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various reports within the issue on topics including the Hibiscus plant hybrid, Petrocosmea species, and the Chelsea Plant of the Year.
- Hibiscus. Engels, Gayle // HerbalGram;May-Jul2007, Issue 74, p1
The article provides a profile for the Hibiscus sabdariffa plant, which is a member of the Malvaceae family. The hibiscus plant is commonly found in North Africa and Southeast Asia. The article also mentions its historical and cultural significance, research into its purposes and the future...
- Index to typifications of names in Willdenowia 44(1). // Willdenowia;2014, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p147
A subject index for the January 2014 issue of the journal "Willdenowia" is presented.
- Variability of cirrus clouds in a convective outflow during the Hibiscus campaign. Fierli, F.; Di Donfrancesco, G.; Cairo, F.; Marécal, V.; Zampieri, M.; Orlandi, E.; Durry, G. // Atmospheric Chemistry & Physics;2008, Vol. 8 Issue 16, p4547
Light-weight microlidar and water vapour measurements were taken on-board a stratospheric balloon during the HIBISCUS 2004 campaign, held in Bauru, Brazil (49Â°W, 22Â° S). Cirrus clouds were observed throughout the flight between 12 and 15 km height with a high mesoscale variability in...
- Sida picklesiana (Malvaceae), a new species from the Murchison-Gascoyne region of Western Australia. Markey, Adrienne S.; Dillon, Steven J.; Cockerton, Geoff T. B.; Barker, Robyn M. // Nuytsia;2011, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p127
This article provides a description of the recently discovered species Sida picklesiana A.S.Markey, S.J.Dillon & R.M.Barker. This species is known from an area near Wiluna in Western Australia's Murchison-Gascoyne region, where it occurs in a variety of habitats. Sida picklesiana has...
- The genus Hoheria in cultivation. Hutchins, Graham // Plantsman: New Series;Jun2006, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p100
The article provides information on the characteristics of Hoheria, a plant genus that belongs to the Malvaceae. The size and shape of the plant's leaves varies depending on the species. Species are identified according to the number of carpels and the shape of the wings. The are two types of...
- Trichospermum lessertianum comb. n., the correct name for the Cuban species of Trichospermum (Malvaceae, Grewioideae) also found in Mexico and Central America. Dorr, Laurence J. // PhytoKeys;Apr2011, p17
The correct name for the Cuban species of Trichospermum Bl. (Malvaceae: Grewioideae) also found in Mexico and Central America is T. lessertianum (Hochr.) Dorr, comb. n. The name T. mexicanum (DC.) Baill., incorrectly applied to this Cuban species, should be restricted to a species endemic to...
- Neutral Constituents of Alcea rosea Leaves. Rakhmatova, M.; Kiyamova, S.; Khidyrova, N.; Shakhidoyatov, Kh. // Chemistry of Natural Compounds;Jul2015, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p769
The article discusses a study conducted to know the polyisoprenoid compositions of two varieties of Alcea rosea, which include rose hollyhock and ruby hollyhock, growing in Samarkand Province. Topics discussed include extracts of the dried and ground plant leaves on obtained by the literature...