3 edition of A Revision of the Genus Mapania found in the catalog.
December 1992 by Balogh Scientific Books .
Written in English
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Data are provided for their phylogeny; aberrations and mutations; biochemistry and physiology; cytogenetics; biology (including host plants, parasitoids and diseases); ecology Cited by: most species of Mapania occur. This revision is notable as the first covering the whole genus, but that is not surprising when one considers the frequently inadequate collections engendered by the large size and cryptic distinguishing features of many of the species, and their scattered occurrence in the tropics.
The author provides detailed. Mapania Aubl., a genus in tribe Hypolytreae contains a group of mostly forest-dwelling sedges which are widely distributed throughout the tropics (Simpson ). Borneo and Peninsular Malaysia are considered to be centres of diversity for Mapania with 25 and Download RIS citation.
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ABSTRACT. Mapania belongs to Mapanioideae, a quite controversial subfamily in Cyperaceae due to the existence of unusual characters in both reproductive and vegetative organs.
The genus is represented by seven species in Northern Brazil but taxonomic valuable information related to the leaf organs is still by: 4.
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The genus Megaselia was established by Rondani in to include one species which he named Megaselia crassineura. However, this species had already been described as Phora costalis by von Roser in Although the genus was designated inzoologically the first paper was inwhen Meigen described Trineura rufipes.
Revision of the ostracode genus Fossocytheridea Swain and Brown Mesozoic ancestral root for the modern eurytopic Cyprideis Jones Neil E. Tibert1,* Jean-Paul Colin2, R. Mark Leckie,1 and Jean-François Babinot3 1Department of Geosciences, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts,USA email: [email protected] 23 Impasse des Biroulayres, Cited by: A Revision of the Genus Mapania.
by D.A. Simpson. Kew: Royal Botanic Gardens, The members of the genus Mapania are sedges of the tropical rain-forest. Sparse material and superficial similarities between species have hampered progress with their.
TAXONOMIC REVISION OF THE GENUS MURDANNIA ROYLE (COMMELINACEAE) IN INDIA THESIS Submitted to the Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree of DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY By ANNA ANCY ANTONY A Supervising Teacher Dr.
Santhosh Nampy DEPARTMENT OF BOTANY ST. BERCHMANS’. Tripaphylus Richiardi in Anonymous, is one of the genera of the Sphyriidae Wilson, and it currently accommodates ten species.
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This character is entirely different from the Limenitiini, subfamily Limenitinae. The figured larva of kardama is depicted through the courtesy of Mr. harada. Pupa (Fig. 6a, b, c): The pupal body is short and stout. The pupae have been known only from several species such as.
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The Australian Journal of Botany is an international journal publishing original research encompassing all plant groups including fossil plants.
Plant science areas covered by the scope are as follows: ecology and ecophysiology, conservation biology and biodiversity, forest biology and management, cell and molecular biology, palaeobotany, reproductrive biology and Cited by: 1.A Revision of the genus Mapania (Cyperaceae) by D.
A. Simpson (RBG Kew, Pb E15) deals with the 73 species of these tropical sedges and includes a cladistic analysis. The Rattans o Sarawak by J.
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