5 edition of taxonomy and ecology of the genus Ferocactus found in the catalog.
taxonomy and ecology of the genus Ferocactus
George E. Lindsay
|Other titles||Genus Ferocactus|
|Statement||George Lindsay. New studies of Ferocactus : a review of Ferocactus Britton & Rose / contributed by J. Hugo Cota ; with written additional contributions by Madelyn Lee: Ferocactus synonyms, Larry Mittich: Biography of George Lindsay, Frank Thrombley: Ferocactus acanthodes ; with illustrations by T.M. Bock ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Cota, J. Hugo.|
|LC Classifications||QK495.C11 L56 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 444 p. :|
|Number of Pages||444|
|LC Control Number||96061169|
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and Mexico: : George Lindsay: BooksAuthor: George Lindsay. Once the family has been determined, it [s time to find the genus. Every family has one (type genus) to hundreds • In alifornias flora, there are many genera that you can also learn to recognize in the field including Eriogonum, Arctostaphylos, Ceanothus, and Delphinium.
• In some families, the genera (plural of genus) are betterFile Size: 4MB. knowledge of dipterocarp taxonomy, ecology and silviculture, to identify gaps in this knowledge and to spell out priority areas for new research.
This action accorded with the views of many members of the informal Round Table on Dipterocarps who had been meeting on a regular basis to share information on the Size: 1MB. For each family and genus (except for Orchidaceae) a short morphological description is provided followed by notes on taxonomy, distribution, evolution, and ecology.
For most genera a line drawing of a representative species is provided. Included families are: Aneuraceae, Burmanniaceae, Corsiaceae, Ericaceae. Inthe International Organization for Succulent Plant Study set up a working party, now called the International Cactaceae Systematics Group, to produce a consensus classification of the cactus family, down to the level of genus.
Their classification has been used as the basis for systems published since the mids. Treatments in the 21st century have generally divided.
Subspecies, varieties, forms and taxonomy and ecology of the genus Ferocactus book of plants belonging to the Ferocactus macrodiscus group.
Ferocactus macrodiscus (Mart.) Britton & Rose: The 'macrodiscus' subspecies has a blue-green epidermis and areoles 0,5 to 1 cm long. The spines are yellow or red and curved. It is the most prevalent. The Genus Ferocactus: Taxonomy and Ecology: Explorations in the U.S. and Mexico (AUTOGRAPHED EDITION) George Lindsay et al Published.
Notes and selected literature of the main works and studies in the ecology, distribution and taxonomy of the genus is included. Discover the world's research 17+ million members. The Taxonomy of the Genus Ferocactus: Explorations in the USA and Mexico. by Lindsay, G., Cota, H. and Lee, M. Used; hardcover; Signed; Condition A very bright and clean copy in fine condition is a fine dust jacket.
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Angela Glatston is the Conservation Coordinator for the Rotterdam Zoo, as well as the Chair of the Board of the Red Panda Network/5(4). Ferocactus is a genus that has long been a major stereotype for the entire cactus family.
Their imposing "barrel" shape can be seen in paintings and other forms of desert art, cartoons, and movies. Bolstered by errant folklore, the Ferocactus has been nicknamed "The Traveler's Friend". This is due to the belief that these "living barrels" are reservoirs of fresh drinking water.
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Included in the chapters that follow are the results of long-term investigations into biosafety and biodiversity in the different climatic belts (from subarctic to subtropical) that. Origin and Habitat: Ferocactus stainesii (Ferocactus pilosus) is endemic to Mexico, where it occurs in the states of Coahuila, Durango, Nuevo León, San Luis Potosí, Tamaulipas, and Zacatecas.
It occurs throughout much of the northern portion of the Mexican Altiplano and therefore is somewhat variable. This species is common. Disclaimer: ITIS taxonomy is based on the latest scientific consensus available, and is provided as a general reference source for interested parties.
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J.H. Cota-Sánchez. A review of Ferocactus Britton and Rose. 35 In: The Genus Ferocactus: Taxonomy and Ecology. Yaloff and R. Brown (eds.) Termites Press, CA. J.H. Cota-Sánchez and K. Remarchuk. The aquatic flora of SASK Water canal system in Saskatchewan. University of Saskatchewan Press.
41 pp. Modern Taxonomy for Microbial Diversity. By Indira P. Sarethy, Sharadwata Pan and Michael K. Danquah. Submitted: September 13th Reviewed: November 14th Published: May 14th DOI: /Cited by: 2. The taxonomy and ecology of the genus Ferocactus: explorations in the USA and Mexico by George E.
Lindsay; Columnar cacti and their mutualists: evolution, ecology, and conservation by Theodore H. Fleming; Cactaceae of South America: the Ritter collections by Urs Eggli.
journal article manuscript. The first manuscript "A review of Ferocactus Britton and Rose" is a book chapter published in in The Genus Ferocactus: Taxonomy and Ecology, pp. The second manuscript," Chromosome numbers in Ferocactus (Cactaceae: Cactoideae)" wasCited by: 1. Capuchin monkeys are one of the most widely distributed genera of primates in Central and South America.
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Use the taxonomy browser, or perform a BLAST search to find sequences of interest. Suborder: Haplorrhini: Infraorder: Simiiformes: Family: Cebidae: Subfamily: Cebinae: Genus: Cebus: Species: Cebus albifrons (white-fronted capuchin) Cebus apella (tufted capuchin) Cebus capucinus (white-faced capuchin) Cebus kaapori (Kaapori capuchin) Cebus libidinosus (black-striped capuchin) Cebus nigritus (black capuchin) Cebus olivaceus (wedge-capped capuchin).
Thelocactus bicolor and T. hexaedrophorus are compared to Ferocactus hamatacanthus and Hamatocactus setispinus in 19 characters. setispinus has a greater similarity to T. bicolor than to the other 2 species and is placed in Thelocactus as T.
setispinus (comb. nov.). The following characteristics of Thelocactus are discussed: ribs and tubercles, Cited by: 8. Genus: Ferocactus Britton & Rose – barrel cactus Subordinate Taxa.
Ferocactus eastwoodiae California barrel cactus Ferocactus emoryi Emory's barrel cactus Ferocactus hamatacanthus turk's head Ferocactus viridescens San Diego barrelcactus Ferocactus wislizeni candy barrelcactus Legal Status. Wetland Status. Interpreting Wetland Status. The stem epidermis of 23 species and three subspecies of Ferocactus Britton & Rose from the tribe Cacteae-Cactaceae are described and compared using scanning electron and light microscopy.
Epidermal-hypodermal samples were removed, prepared for observation, and analyzed using a similarity method. Our observations showed that most epidermal cells had an Cited by: 3. The Genus Ferocactus (Taxonomy and Ecology Explorations in the USA and Mexico) Tireless Termites Press USA.
Mabberley, D.J. The Plant-Book (A portable dictionary of the higher plants) Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, USA. Rebman, Jon P. Disclaimer: ITIS taxonomy is based on the latest scientific consensus available, and is provided as a general reference source for interested parties.
However, it is not a legal authority for statutory or regulatory purposes. While every effort has been made to provide the most reliable and up-to-date information available, ultimate legal requirements with respect to species are Biological classification: Species.
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[George F Freytag; Daniel G Debouck]. George Edmund Lindsay ( – ) was an American botanist and museum director. From tohe was director of the San Diego Natural History Museum and served as Director of the California Academy of Sciences from to At both institutions, Lindsay led research field trips and expeditions in the Baja California Peninsula and was active in trans-national Born: 17 AugustPomona, California.
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