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systematic study of Delarbrea Vieill. (Araliaceae)

Porter Prescott Lowry

systematic study of Delarbrea Vieill. (Araliaceae)

by Porter Prescott Lowry

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Published by Pacific Tropical Botanical Garden in Lawai, Kauai, Hawaii .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Delarbrea.,
  • Araliaceae.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Porter P. Lowry II.
    SeriesAllertonia -- v. 4, no. 3., Allertonia -- v. 4, no. 3.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 170-201 :
    Number of Pages201
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16594125M

    AbstractBackground and Aims. Seemannaralia appears to be fundamentally different from all other Araliaceae in the presence of a well-developed symplicate zone.   Systematic review update Ffluorodeoxyglucose positron emission tomography (PET) and PET/computed tomography imaging in primary staging of patients with malignant melanoma: a systematic review Milly A Schröer-Günther, Robert F Wolff, Marie E Westwood .

    In recent literature the acronym "HUH," purportedly referring to specimens housed in the Harvard University Herbaria, has appeared (P. P. Lowry, A systematic study of Delarbrea Vieill. ment. Systematic review fi ndings are often used within the healthcare setting but may be applied elsewhere. For example, the Campbell Collaboration advocates the application of systematic reviews for policy-making in education, justice and social work. Systematic reviews can be conducted on all types of primary research.

    Delarbrea. The morphological study of Raquet () reached the same conclusion, and demonstrated that one of the few characters thought to differentiate Pseudosciadium (the pres-ence of a stipe at the base of the fruits) was also found in sev-eral species of Delarbrea, culminating in the taxonomic transfer.   A Systematic Study of Three Genera of Araliaceae Endemic to or Centered on New Caledonia: Delarbrea, Myodocarpus, and Pseudosciadium Lowry, P.P. A systematic study of Delarbrea Vieill.


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Systematic study of Delarbrea Vieill. (Araliaceae) by Porter Prescott Lowry Download PDF EPUB FB2

A SYSTEMATIC STUDY OF DELARBREA VIEILL. (ARALIACEAE) Porter p. Lowry II1 ABSTRACT Delarbrea is a distinct, well-delimited genus of araliaceous treelets and small trees comprising six species, two of which are further divided into two subspecies each.

A systematic study of Delarbrea Vieill. (Araliaceae). [Porter Prescott Lowry] based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.

PDF | On Jan 1,Porter P. Lowry II and others published A systematic study of Delarbrea Vieill. systematic study of Delarbrea Vieill.

book | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. F A SYSTEMATIC STUDY OF DELARBREA VIEILL. (ARALIACEAE) Ponrrn P. Lownv IIr ABSTRACT Delarbrea is a distinct, well-delimited genus ofaraliaceous.

Petersburg. Specimens examined in this study were mostly taken fro trunkm osr stem wits h a secondary xylem radius of mor thae n 10 mm (8 mm in D. mon-tana Vieill. ex R. Vig. subsp arborea.

(Vieill. e x) Lowiy, and in Delarbrea paradoxa Vieill para. subsp. doxa, and 5. 3 - A Systematic Study of Delarbrea Vieill. (Araliaceae) by Porter P. Lowry II. August ($) Book titles and other non-periodical abbreviations should follow TL-2 (Taxonomic Literature, ed.

2), which is now available. Early lineages in Apiales: Insights from morphology, wood anatomy and molecular data. A systematic study of Delarbrea Vieill. to be compiled as a Red Data Book under the auspices of the. Delarbrea Vieill. (including Pseudosciadium Baill.) and Myodocarpus Brongn.

& Gris are tropical woody genera historically placed in the family Araliaceae, but which exhibit several features, including bicarpellate flowers, clawed petals with inflexed tips, and/or schizocarpic fruits, that have led some workers to regard them as intermediate between Araliaceae and the closely related Apiaceae.

Inclusion of the endemic New Caledonian genus Pseudosciadium Baill. in Delarbrea Vieill. (Apiales, Myodocarpaceae) Article (PDF Available) in Adansonia 26(2) December with 64 Reads. PhD Thesis() Washington University St Louis, Missouri, USA Lowry, b P.P.

Lowry, II A systematic study of Delarbrea Vieill. (Araliaceae)Allertonia 4: () Lowry, P.P. Lowry, II Diversity, endemism, and extinction in the flora of New Caledonia: a review C.-I. A systematic study of Delarbrea Vieill. (Araliaceae). Allertonia Lowry, P.P. & Plunkett, G.M. Recircumscription of Polyscias (Araliaceae) to include six related genera, with a new infrageneric classification and a synopsis of species.

Plant Diversity and Evolution (): Canis dirus bacular ontogenetic stage scores compared with the baculum of C.

lupus. Lateral (left) and dorsal (right) views. From top (stage ) to bottom (C. lupus), these specimens are LACMRLP. Delarbrea - A genus of six species from Malesia to the Pacific; one species occurs naturally in Australia; one species naturalised on Norfolk Island (Delarbrea paradoxa).

Lowry (); Plunkett (). References. Lowry, Porter, P. II (). A systematic study of Delarbrea Vieill. Abstract.

IAWA Journal, Vol. 24 (2), – BARK ANATOMY AND INTERCELLULAR CANALS IN THE STEM OF DELARBREA PARADOXA (ARALIACEAE) by 1 2 3 3 M. Kolalite, A. Oskolski, H. Richter & U. Schmitt SUMMARY The anatomy of the primary tissues and secondary phloem in the stem of Delarbrea paradoxa Vieill.

Generic relationships in Araliaceae: looking into the crystal ball P.P. Lowry, II 1 [email protected] G.M. Plunkett, 2 J.

Wen, 3 1 Missouri Botanical Garden, PO BoxSt Louis, MissouriUnited States of America; Departement de Systematique et Evolution, Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Case Post 57 rue Cuvier, Paris CEDEX 05 France Missouri Botanical Garden, PO. () Journal of Allan Cunningham while on Norfolk Island: May to September NSW Records Office, () Flora of New South Wales.

A Revised List of the Norfolk Island Flora, with some Notes on the Species. A Systematic Study of Delarbrea Vieill. 3 A Systematic Study of Delarbrea Vieill. (Araliaceae) by Porter P. Lowiy II. August ($) No. 4 A Biosystematic Revision of Hawaiian Tetramolopium (Compositae: Astereae) by Timothy K.

Lowrey. November ($) No. 5 Rheophyles of the World: Supplement by C.G.G.J, van Steenis. June ($). Lowry PP., II A systematic study of Delarbrea Vieill. (Araliaceae) Allertonia. a; – Lowry PP., II A systematic study of three genera of Araliaceae endemic to or centered in New Caledonia: Delarbrea, odocarpus and Pseudosciadium.

b PhD thesis, Washington University, St. Systematic reviews are central to evidence-based medicine and increasingly inform healthcare decision-making around the world. At DRG Abacus, we have extensive experience in all aspects of systematic review, from defining research questions and developing comprehensive search strategies, through to the assessment and analysis of the data.

Systematic Botany publishes on botanical topics such as taxonomy, speciation, morphometrics, molecular phylogeny, conservation, biogeography, and methods. Book Review (1) Simulations and an Empirical Study of Model Uncertainty using Cornales.

Phylogenetic studies have demonstrated that Schefflera, the largest genus of Araliaceae, is grossly polyphyletic, comprising five distinct clades within the family. In an effort to establish monophyletic genera among the elements that currently comprise Schefflera, the genus Plerandra is expanded to encompass all of the members of one of these clades.aliaceae.

Thus, no comprehensive study of relation-ships among and within the genera of Araliaceae is presently available. Furthermore, many studies over the past three decades have proposed the re-circumscription of araliad genera, but a unified concept of generic delimitation has not been em-ployed.

For example, the d efinitions of several. Lowry PP II () A systematic study of Delarbrea Vieill. (Araliaceae). Allertonia – Google Scholar; Lowry II PP (a) A systematic study of three genera of B., Tilney, P.M. et al. Evidence from fruit structure supports in general the circumscription of Apiaceae subfamily Azorelloideae.

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