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Key to families and index to the Genera of southern African flowering plants

R. Allen Dyer

Key to families and index to the Genera of southern African flowering plants

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Published by Botanical Research Institute, Dept. of Agricultural Technical Services in [Pretoria] .
Written in English

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  • Africa, Southern
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    • Dyer, R. Allen 1900- -- Indexes.,
    • Botany -- Africa, Southern -- Indexes.

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      Cover title.

      StatementR.A. Dyer.
      SeriesFlora of southern Africa, Flora of southern Africa (1975)
      ContributionsDyer, R. Allen 1900-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQK394.D933 D94 1977
      The Physical Object
      Pagination60 p. :
      Number of Pages60
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2591153M
      ISBN 100621028665
      LC Control Number85143475
      OCLC/WorldCa13700094

      Common Name: SUMAC or CASHEW FAMILY Habit: Shrub, tree; generally dioecious or flowers bisexual and unisexual; resin clear, often weathering black, generally aromatic, latex milky or : simple to ternate- or odd-pinnate-compound, alternate, deciduous or evergreen; stipules escence: raceme or panicle; flowers generally : generally unisexual, radial; sepals generally 5.


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Key to families and index to the Genera of southern African flowering plants by R. Allen Dyer Download PDF EPUB FB2

Key to families and index to the Genera of southern African flowering plants. [Pretoria]: Botanical Research Institute: Dept. of Agricultural Technical Services, (OCoLC) Named Person: R Allen Dyer: Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: R Allen Dyer.

Abstract Southern Africa has a total of plant families with the 52 largest families covering over 90% of the flora. The large number of plant species in this region (ca.

24 ) makes. The names of compilers appear directly below the family names and also below the genus names in some cases. A reference to a family or genus treatment from the book should therefore be cited as in the examples below. Family treatment: ROUX, J.P. Pteridaceae. In G. Germishuizen & N.L. Meyer (eds), Plants of southern Africa: an annotated.

Key to the Families and Index to the Genera of Southern African Flowering Plants | R. Dyer, Publisher: Botanical Research Institute ()ISBN: Condition: Very good.

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About this book Taxonomic treatment of some seed plant families and their genera indigenous and naturalised in the subregion, with a key to the families, and genera in each family. Families and genera are described, with information on chromosome numbers and notes on distribution Key to families and index to the Genera of southern African flowering plants book size, both local and worldwide, and with lists of.

Seed plants of southern tropical Africa: families and genera 1 After the publication of Seed plants of southern Africa: families and genera (Leistner ) the Executive of SABONET expressed the wish to have the scope of this work extended to cover all 10 countries in which the organisation is active.

Key to families and index to the Genera of southern African flowering plants (Flora of southern Africa) Jan 1, by R. Allen Dyer Paperback. It contains some of the best information needed to identify southern African grasses. Keys to grass genera and species are provided, and in some instances also keys to easily confused taxa.

treatment – The genera of South African flowering plants, in – followed, two and a half decades later, by a second edition in Dr Robert Allen Dyer in turn revised the treatment by Dr Phillips in his book The genera of southern African flowering plants in andexpanding the coverage to include Basutoland (Lesotho), Swaziland.

Author of The families of flowering plants, Key to the families of flowering plants of the world, Flora of west tropical Africa, Evolution and phylogeny of flowering plants, The genera of flowering plants, Angiospermae, Common wild flowers, British wild flowers, Wild flowers in colour.

Mabberley's Plant-book is internationally accepted as an essential reference text for anyone studying, growing or writing about plants. With s entries, this comprehensive dictionary provides information on every family and genus of seed-bearing plant (including conifers), plus ferns and clubmosses, besides economically important mosses and algae.

The book is intended as a companion volume to Seed Plants of Southern Africa: Families and Genera, which covered Namibia, Botswana, South Africa, Swaziland and Lesotho, and is aimed at the serious student of our botanical diversity. It provides identification keys, descriptions, local and worldwide distribution, and a list of references to all.

Parasitic flowering plants are of great general and scientific interest besides their economic importance when attacking crop plants. This beautifully illustrated book covers all parasitic families and most of the genera and discusses all main aspects of their biology. The name(s) of the compiler(s) of each family appear(s) directly below the family data page title.

A reference to a family treatment from the website should therefore be cited using the following format: Author, Initials. Family name. In O.A. Leistner (ed.), Seed plants of southern Africa: families and genera.

Strelitzia National. Asteraceae or Compositae (commonly referred to as the aster, daisy, composite, or sunflower family), is a very large and widespread family of flowering plants (Angiospermae). The family includes o currently accepted species, in over 1, genera in 13 terms of numbers of species, the Asteraceae are rivaled only by the Orchidaceae.

This book provides identification keys to all families and genera of seed plants indigenous to and naturalized in southern Africa. Families and genera are described, together with notes on their distribution and size, both local and worldwide, and with lists of the most important literature.

Chromosome numbers are included in the descriptions. Flora of the Southern and Mid-Atlantic States Louisiana (Florida Parishes), and New Jersey (Coastal Plain counties). Arrangement of families (and genera within families, increasingly) is phylogenetic.

connects you with everything you need to know about naturally occurring plants in the Southern & Mid. Retrieved from "?title=The_Genera_of_South_African_Flowering_Plants&oldid=".

Achariaceae were traditionally a small South African family of flowering plants. Recent phylogenetic analyses using DNA sequence data affirm that Achariaceae nested within the cyanogenic taxa of the former Flacourtiaceae (tribes Pangieae, Lindackerieae [Oncobeae, in part], and Erythrospermeae).

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The odd pages cover every familiy of parasitic plant known in the world and most of the genera, organised systematically." - Peter Thomas, in: Bulletin of the British Ecological Society () "This book finally places parasitic plants in the position they deserve.

The book has a. This landmark book is the first to collate in a single source useful practical morphological characters following the molecular data and aims to help identify flowering plants to genus and family level anywhere in the world.

It is a practical teaching and identification guide, as well as, a useful reference work to the world’s flowering plants.

deliverables one of which is the production of keys to all genera of bees of the world (COP decision IX/22; output ). This volume is an important step in that direction and it hoped that other workers will follow the example of Eardley, Kuhlmann and Pauly and that similar taxonomic keys.

du Plessis, N. BULBOUS PLANTS OF SOUTHERN AFRICA: A GUIDE TO THEIR CULTURE AND PROPAGATION. Cape Town: Tafelberg, SB S87 Dyer, R. Allen.

THE GENERA OF SOUTHERN AFRICAN FLOWERING PLANTS: VOLUME 1: DICOTYLEDONS and VOLUME 2: GYMNOSPERMS AND MONOCOTYLEDONS. Pretoria: Department of Agricultural Technical.

For the purposes of the Mustard family, all you need to remember is "4 petals with 6 stamens tall and 2 short". If you find that combination in a flower, then you know it is a member of the Mustard family.

Worldwide there are genera and species. About 55 genera are found in North America. Reference is made to botanical works of art with southern African Kalanchoe species as subject, especially plates of those that appeared in The flowering plants of South Africa and (The) (F-)flowering plants of Africa.

The number of southern African species of Kalanchoe is noted. The common names recorded for, and applied to, the kalanchoes of. This volume, the tenth in the series, comprises modern treatments for the families and genera of the eudicot orders Sapindales and Cucurbitales. The circumscription of the orders, families and genera conforms to the most recent systematic studies.

The family treatments include descriptions of the families and the genera, genera classification keys, discussions of relationships and data on. Key differences from similar families The single collection has been compared to many families but due to the lack of information it has proved very difficult to identify distinct differences.

The morphology of the flowers appears to be distinct from the listed families: Achariaceae, Buxaceae, Capparaceae, Chloranthaceae, Euphorbiaceae.

- Around 10% of the world's flowering species are found in South Africa, the only country in the world with an entire plant kingdom inside its borders. "The flower is the poetry of reproduction. It is an example of the eternal seductiveness of life" ~ Jean Giraudoux.

See more ideas about south african flowers, plants, african flowers pins. Detailed growing and cultural details are given, uses of the tree and its parts by man, mammals, birds, bees, butterflies, moths and insects, family relationships and some of the common names in many of the southern African languages.

The second feature that sets this book apart from many other tree books is the historical emphasis. The Genera of South African Flowering Plants, (embrivíu Gen.

Afr. Pl.), ye un llibru con ilustraciones y descripciones botániques escritu pol botánicu, taxónomu, curador sudafricanu; Edwin Percy Phillips y espublizáu nun primer edición nel añu y una segunda edición en Ver tamién. Cronoloxía de la botánica; Llista de naturalistes y epónimos.

Each of the families of flowering plants found in Southern Africa is discussed, and detailed treatment is given of endemic, indigenous and introduced genera, including approximate numbers of species, distribution, and chromosome numbers.

Economic uses of certain of the plants are described. An introductory chapter deals with physiography and vegetation zones. The Thymelaeaceae / ˌ θ ɪ m ɪ l iː ˈ eɪ s iː / are a cosmopolitan family of flowering plants composed of 50 genera (listed below) and species.

It was established in by Antoine Laurent de Jussieu. The Thymelaeaceae are mostly trees and shrubs, with a few vines and herbaceous plants. Buy The Flowering Plants of Africa: An Analytical Key to the Genera of African Phanerogams (Classic Reprint) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders.

Flowering Plants Dicotyledons: Lamiales (except Acanthaceae including Avicenniaceae) - Ebook written by Joachim W. Kadereit. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.

Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Flowering Plants Dicotyledons: Lamiales (except Acanthaceae including Avicenniaceae).

Distribution and occurrence: World: 5, native to southern Africa ; Australia: 1 becoming naturalised in NE NSW and coastal Qld. There are two smaller clump-forming species of Strelitzia, S. reginae and S. juncea, and three arborescent species, S.

alba, S. caudata and S. nicolai. All may be in cultivation here, as well as cultivars of these species. families, e.g. all legumes are arranged alphabetically under their bean or pea family called Leguminosae. The families are also arranged alphabetically. The non-flowering plants (fungi, lichens and ferns) are discussed first, followed by the Gymnosperms and finally the most common group called the Angiosperms (the flowering seed plants).

& Obermey.) Källersjö. A key to the species is given for each of the new genera and there is a short description of every species. Pentzia emend. Källersjö here encompasses 23 species, all of them perennials. The relationships of Pentzia with two other genera, Marasmodes DC.

and Cymbopappus B. Nord., are discussed. The Canellaceae has three Neotropical genera and two African ones. The Greater Antilles is the center of diversity and endemicity for the family, with three genera (Canella, Cinnamodendron and Pleodendron).

In the Neotropics, most species have local distribution and are very rare, except for Canellawinterana (L.)Gaertn. Distribution.

All Families; The Plant List — all families. The Plant List contains a working list of plants of the world. The species included are grouped into genera, families and 4 major groups.

Use the Browse function to explore the taxonomic hierarchy embedded within The Plant List. Families, they thought, were likely to be the largest "natural" unit recognizable in flowering plants.

Art Cronquist's magnum opus, his An Integrated System of Classification of Flowering Plants, came out in just about the time that molecular studies were becoming common.

Of the 63 families in his Liliopsida or monocots, there have since.Botrychium biternatum Southern Grape-fern Bourreria cassinifolia Little Strongbark Bourreria succulenta Strongbark Brickellia cordifolia Flyr's Nemesis; Heart-leaf Brickellbush Bursera simaruba Gumbo-limbo Byrsonima lucida Locustberry, Long Key Locustberry.

C. Cakile lanceolata Coastal Searocket Calamintha ashei Ashe's Savory, Ashe's Calamint. Grasses as the first plant e-taxonomy model system. Grasses and floristic knowledge. Grasses (Poaceae) are undisputedly the most economically important family of flowering plants (), including wheat (Triticum aestivum L.), rice (Oryza sativa L.), maize (Zea mays L.), sugar cane (Saccharum officinarum L.), bamboos, forage grasses, and lawn grasses.

As a group so .