2 edition of revision of the North American species of the section Boraphila Engler of the genus Saxifraga (Tourn) L. found in the catalog.
revision of the North American species of the section Boraphila Engler of the genus Saxifraga (Tourn) L.
Arthur Monrad Johnson
|Other titles||Studies in the biological sciences. No. 4|
|Statement||by Arthur Monrad Johnson.|
|LC Classifications||QK495.S3 J6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||109 p. :|
|Number of Pages||109|
Revision of the North American Liliaceae: descriptions of some new species of North American plants; from the Proceedings of the American academy of arts and sciences, vol. xiv, issued July, , by Sereno Watson and American Academy of Arts and Sciences (page images at . The monotypic Saxifragodes, from southern South America, does not appear to be related to Andean species of Saxifraga, which lack crystals, but rather to species of Saxifraga section Micranthes in North America. The taxonomic affinities of five species in section Micranthes .
Two species of the garter snake in the genus Thamnophis are found in the same geographic region. These species are not likely to meet and attempt to reproduce because one lives mainly in the water, while the other species spends most of its time on land. This is known as A. behavioral isolation. B. habitat isolation. C. temporal isolation. Descriptions of Fourteen New Species and One New Genus of North American Mammals One of 78 reports in the series: North American Fauna available on this site. Showing 1 Cited by: 2.
Species/sub-species where the North American range of the species is equal to or smaller than the size of the state of Virginia were considered to be of limited distribution (LD on the tables). Disjunct Populations (DP) were those species/sub-species populations in the Northeast separated from the core section of the species/sub-species range. A revision of the North American species of Oxytropis DC. Proc. Calif. Acad. Sci. IV, G.M. Leaf structure in some tundra species of the genus Saxifraga (Saxifragaceae). Bot. Žurn. Cytotaxonomical and genetic studies in the genus Elymus, section Psammelymus Hack.
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By: Johnson, Arthur Monrad, Publication info: Minneapolis, Holding Institution: New York Botanical Garden, LuEsther T. Mertz Library. A revision of the North American species of the section Boraphila Engler of the genus Saxfiagu (Tourn.) L.
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93, article 8 McDunnough, James H. (James Halliday), b. Abstract. With c. 85 species, the genus Micranthes is among the larger genera of the Saxifragaceae. It is only distantly related to the morphologically similar genus Saxifraga, in which it has frequently been included as Saxifraga section Micranthes.
To study the molecular evolution of Micranthes, we analysed nuclear ribosomal (internal transcribed spacer, ITS) and plastid (trnL–trnF) Cited by: species, which are no longer capable of intercrossing.
Rafinesque, in his "New Flora of North America", published inwrote (page 6) as follows: "All species might have been varieties once, and many varieties are gradually becoming species by assuming con-stant and peculiar characters;" but further on (page 18) he adds, "exceptFile Size: 2MB.
Saxifraga in the narrow sense, as adopted here, includes most sections of the traditional genus as well as a majority of the species. In North America fewer species belong to Saxifraga than to Micranthes. Eight species of Saxifraga are endemic to North America.
A single introduced species has established itself in the flora area; other garden. Type species: Saxifraga fusca Maximovicz. Japan. Nat'l Herb., No. I) A very striking species of the section Hydatica.
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