5 edition of Dryopteridaceae found in the catalog.
J. P. Roux
|Statement||by J. P. Roux, Monika Shaffer-Fehre, Bernard Verdcourt.|
|Series||Flora of tropical East Africa|
|Contributions||Verdcourt, Bernard., Shaffer-Fehre, Monika., Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.|
|LC Classifications||QK524.D79 R68 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||54 p. :|
|Number of Pages||54|
|LC Control Number||2008428573|
There is a total of about separate taxa in the book. This table is sortable alphabetically (numerically for the taxa column) by clicking on the table headings. The default sequence is the order in which the plants are presented in the book. To return to that sequence, reload the page.
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Perennial wetland fern forming small tufts, deciduous. Leaves 1–2 pinnate, narrow, pale green, 30–90 cm long. Inner fertile leaves almost erect. Stalks with pale brown scales. Spore cases roundish. Abstract. Terrestrial or epilithic, very rarely epiphytic ferns of very different size. Stem erect or ascending, sometimes creeping, Dryopteridaceae book (mostly radially), very often bearing old leaf bases which may be incrassate to form trophopods, scaly; scales basally attached, more often non-clathrate than clathrate, superficially glabrous, entire or, if dentate, the teeth usually consisting of.
The book Flora of Tropical East Africa: Dryopteridaceae, H. Beentje Dryopteridaceae book published by Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
Family synonyms of American Dryopteridaceae are placed under the tribes, where they correspond more closely with the taxonomy. Red Data Book Vascular Plants, Third Edition (Wigginton, ), version 3 Red Data Book Vascular Plants: Ireland, version 1 NBNSYS Dryopteridaceae.
Print version. Dryopteridaceae book hierarchy Kingdom Plantae Subkingdom Viridaeplantae Phylum Pteridophyta Class Polypodiopsida Order Polypodiales Family Dryopteridaceae Members of.
Dryopteridaceae. Plants of the Wood Fern Family The Wood Fern family was segregated from the Maidenhair Fern family and has become widely accepted as its own family, but not yet well defined.
Various genera are sometimes segregated into several smaller families. Dryopteridaceae, the shield fern family, containing 40–50 genera and about 1, species, in the division Pteridophyta (the lower vascular plants). Dryopteridaceae are distributed nearly worldwide but are most diverse in temperate regions and in mountainous areas in the tropics.
Most species are. See text. The Dryopteridaceae are a family of leptosporangiate ferns in the order Polypodiales. They are known colloquially as the wood ferns. In the Pteridophyte Phylogeny Group classification of (PPG I), the family is placed in the suborder sunplena.com: Polypodiopsida.
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Fraser-Jenkins, K.N. Gandhi, B.S. Kholia. The Dryopteridaceae is a family of ferns that can be found almost anywhere on the world. Many are cultivated as ornamental plants. This short article about biology can be made sunplena.com: Pteridopsida.
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Buy An Annotated Checklist of Indian Pteridophytes, Part 2: Woodsiaceae to Dryopteridaceae (): NHBS - CR Fraser-Jenkins, KN Gandhi, BS Kholia, Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh. In addition, the most recent published book covering the whole of India accurately was a Nineteenth Century work, and since then nearly all names of.
Buy Monograph of the neotropical fern genus Polybotrya (Dryopteridaceae) (Illinois Natural History Survey bulletin) on sunplena.com FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders. Nov 11, · The Dryopteridaceae, in the order of Polypodiales, is a family of fern, consisting of around 20 genera with about species, cosmopolitan distributed, mainly in temperate or subtropical regions in Asia.
Plants are medium-sized, terrestrial, epilithic. For vascular plants occurring in wildlands or otherwise outside of cultivation in California, the Jepson eFlora contains taxonomic treatments, distribution maps, illustrations, photographs, and.
Dryopteridaceae by J.P. Roux, every new fascicle of the Flora of Tropical East Africa (FTEA). Somehow, due to all the The importance of thes e books can not be over-emphasised, Author: Benny Bytebier. Dryopteridaceae Common names Wurmfarngewächse in German niervarenfamilie in Dutch wood ferns in English woodferns in English Dryoptéridacées in French träjonväxter in Swedish wood fern family in English Bibliographic References.
Perianth: Six, in two whorls of three each, gamophyllous rarely polyphyllous. In Narcissus and Eucharis at the junction of corolla tube and limb there is a crown or corona. The last published book covering the whole of India accurately was a Nineteenth Century work, and since then nearly all names of genera and even the majority of species have changed, while some more recent Census-lists have been beset by inaccuracies and errors to the point of being unreliable.
Woodsiaceae to Dryopteridaceae [Hardcover Author: C.R. Fraser-Jenkins, K.N Gandhi, B.S. Kholia. Dryopteridaceae/Wood Fern Family Tectaria incisa cav. 13 Life History: Fertile all year (Wunderlin ). Spread by natural dispersal of spores and aided by dumping of yard refuse (D.
sunplena.com, University of Florida, personal communication). Cold-sensitive tropical. Prefers moist to. A list of all accepted names in Dryopteridaceae is available in CSV format.
Statistics. Species of Dryopteridaceae contained within The Plant List belong to 66 plant genera. The Plant List includes 7, scientific plant names of species rank for the family Dryopteridaceae.
Of these. Smith et al. () divided the Polypodiales into fifteen families, a practice continued in their revision, with members of the eupolypods placed in two unranked clades.
The families are listed in the table. While many of these families had previously been recognized with similar circumscriptions, the authors noted that Dryopteridaceae was more narrowly bounded than in historical Class: Polypodiopsida.
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Dryopteridaceae. Indusia peltate (round and attached at the center); blades once-pinnate (except in Polystichum braunii) and conspicuously spiny toothed; fronds leathery and evergreen.
Polystichum. Indusia reniform, attached at the sinus; Blades once-pinnate (with the pinnae deeply lobed) to 3-pinnate, not conspicuously spiny toothed. Megalastrum is a genus of ferns in the family Dryopteridaceae, subfamily Elaphoglossoideae, in the Pteridophyte Phylogeny Group classification of (PPG I).
The genus has around species, mainly found in tropical America and Africa. Taxonomy. The genus name Megalastrum was first published by Richard Holttum in Species. As of JanuaryPlants of the World Online recognized the. Male fern (Dryopteris filix-mas), with spores and sunplena.comar plant of the Dryopteridaceae family and ranging throughout the Northern Hemisphere.
The leaves (fronds) of Dryopteris filix-mas are 8 inches (20 cm) to foot (1 m) long and are rolled up into a crosier at the early stage of their development. Instead of seeds, reproduction involves spores, which are stored in sporangia. Dryopteridaceae synonyms, Dryopteridaceae pronunciation, Dryopteridaceae translation, English dictionary definition of Dryopteridaceae.
Noun 1. Dryopteridaceae - alternative names for one of a number of families into which the family Polypodiaceae has been subdivided in some classification.
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Aug 22, · Sword fern with round sori, Lake Quinault Nature Trail, Olympic National Park,Washington, USA Sword Fern Polystichum munitum Dryopteridaceae POMU Fern Many ferns have the Sorus(plural sori) in a distinct pattern, this sword fern is a good example.
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Get this from a library. Monograph of the neotropical fern genus Polybotrya (Dryopteridaceae). [Robbin Craig Moran]. These genera are placed in Dryopteridaceae on the basis of morphology and, for most, molecular studies as well. Wang Chuhao.
Ctenitis, Lastreopsis, Bolbitidaceae, and Lomagramma. Dryopteridaceae Herter Wood Fern Family Alan R. Smith Plants perennial, terrestrial or on rock, occasionally hemiepiphytic or epiphytic. Stems creeping to erect, rarely arborescent, sometimes climbing, branched or unbranched, dictyostelic, bearing scales.
Leaves. Information about Tectaria incisa (Dryopteridaceae) is provided by the Hawaiian Ecosystems at Risk project (sunplena.com). Tectaria incisa Books Hawaii's ferns and fern allies Palmer, Daniel D.
Hawaii's ferns and fern allies. Contribuition no. to the Hawaii Biological Survey. University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu. Definition of Dryopteridaceae in the sunplena.com Dictionary.
Meaning of Dryopteridaceae. What does Dryopteridaceae mean. Proper usage and audio pronunciation of the word Dryopteridaceae. Information about Dryopteridaceae in the sunplena.com dictionary, synonyms and antonyms. Monographofthe NeotropicalFernGenus Polybotrya(Dryopteridaceae) sunplena.com Volume34,Article 1 NovemberGet this from a library!
A classification of the genus Dryopteris (Pteridophyta: Dryopteridaceae). [Christopher R Fraser-Jenkins].Synonyms for Dryopteridaceae in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for Dryopteridaceae. 3 synonyms for Dryopteridaceae: Athyriaceae, family Athyriaceae, family Dryopteridaceae.
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