3 edition of A systematic study of the genus Limnanthes R. Br. found in the catalog.
A systematic study of the genus Limnanthes R. Br.
Charles Thomas Mason
|Series||University of California publications in botany., v. 25, no. 6, University of California publications in botany ;, v. 25, no. 6.|
|LC Classifications||QK1 .C2 vol. 25, no. 6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||506|
|LC Control Number||a 53009040|
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Get this from a library. A systematic study of the genus Limnanthes R. Br. [Charles Thomas Mason]. Abstract. Meadowfoam (Limnanthes spp.) is a spring-flowering annual, endemic to moist habitats in the Pacific Northwest from California to British Limnanthaceae includes two genera, Limnanthes with nine species, and Floerkea with one species (Mason ; Ornduff and Crovello ).
The plants grow as low-flowering rosettes with pinnate and bipinnatifid : D. Southworth, S. Kwiatkowski. Genera Floerkea; The monotypic genus Floerkea inhabits shaded, vernally wet habitats in eastern North American deciduous forests, Hofmann and Ludewig () undertook a similar detailed study of the morphology of Limnanthes douglasii and made systematic inferences from their : Tracheophytes.
Charles Thomas Mason (), United A systematic study of the genus Limnanthes R. Br. book botanist, usually credited as Charles T. Mason and sometimes as Charles T. Mason, Jr. A systematic study of the genus Limnanthes R. Br. book, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ ; Taxa .
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(), Univ. Calif. Limnanthes R. A systematic study of the genus Limnanthes R. Br. book. The generic limits of Limnanthes are highly controversial.
It was long believed to count ten species (e.g. Jäger & al.Mabberley ). However, recent authors tend to reduce the number of species, accepting several of the former species at a lower taxonomic rank.
It is obvious that Limnanthes macounii needs further study. At this time, Californian botanists should concentrate their efforts on finding more about the distribution of this species in California, and the search should be extended to Oregon and Washington.
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1) Limnanthes floccosa is an autogamous derivative of the outcrosser, L. alba. Limnanthes floccosa comprises five subspecies of which three are facultatively autogamous, and two are predominantly.
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The Limnanthaceae is a small family of North American annual herbs with uncertain relationships. It is generally recognized to consist of two genera, Limnanthes and Floerkea, together containing 10 species with 13 varieties and subspecies.
To help clarify relationships within this family, a comparative flavonoid investigation was undertaken. All taxa were compared on the basis of flavonoids.
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More problematic is the recent discovery of Limnanthes macounii Trel. (Limnanthaceae) in a seasonally fallow field in west-central California (Buxton & Ornduff, ). Previously known only as a rare endemic of southeastern Vancouver Island in Canada, L.
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