2 edition of Bibliographic index to the spore morphology of bryophytes and pteridophytes found in the catalog.
Bibliographic index to the spore morphology of bryophytes and pteridophytes
|Series||Publications du Département d"écologie,, no 29|
|Contributions||Institut français de Pondichéry.|
|LC Classifications||Z5356.B7 T48 1991, QK533.6 T48 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||222 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||222|
|LC Control Number||95902545|
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The spore Index presents the results of the bibliographic analyses of references covering genera. This comprises: the relevant bibliographic entries: author, year, type of study [R: Replica; S: Scanning electron microscopic; T: Transmission electron microscopic] belonging to families (72 Hepaticae; 93 Mosses and 36 Pteridophytes); i1.
index, 22; Sixibme index (by C. Tisot), 27 (). Thanikaimoni, G. Bibliographic Index to the Spore Morphology of Bryophytes and Pteridophytes. Publications du D6partement d'Ecolo Inst. Franc. Pondich6ry. Zavada, M.
Comparative morphology of monocot pollen and evolu-tionary trends of apertures and wall. The fundamental objective of this work was the inventory ofthe bryophytes of the Macarao National s: Three actions were proposed to evaluate the flora of mosses, liverworts and.
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Coupled with biomechanical data, organic geochemistry and cladistic analyses utilizing abundant genetic data, scientific studies are revealing new facets of how plants have evolved over time. This collection of papers examines these early stages of plant physiology evolution by describing the initial physiological adaptations necessary for survival as upright structures in a dry, terrestrial.
Darwin Initiative funding saw the completion of a book on the Bryophytes of Ascension Island and led to joint UK/ Brazil projects on South Atlantic Oceanic Islands. Ongoing Projects. The key innovations in land plants, specifically: 1.
The biology and evolution of fungal associations in liverworts, hornworts and pteridophytes. Thanikaimoni, G., Bibliographic index to the spore morphology of bryophytes and pteridophytes. Publications du département d'écologie, Institut Français de Pondichery: pp.
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Pollen grains of all seed plants and spores from important pteridophytes and bryophytes will be treated. If a species. [NOTE THIS PAGE HAS BEEN MOVED TO THE BIODIVERSITY RESEARCH COLLECTION WEBSITE, WHERE IT IS BEING UPDATED link] On October 6,the Storrs L.
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The concept for a book providing an introduction to the biology of bryophytes emanates from our passion for these land plants and the lack of recent manuals offering general insights into their. A Manual of the Spores of New Zealand Pteridophyta; a discussion of spore morphology and dispersal with reference to the identification of the spores in surface samples and as microfossils.
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Full text of "Journal of the Arnold Arboretum." See other formats. Index to American Botanical Literature - literature searches from Glossary of Pollen and Spore Terminology - excellent definitions for palynological terms Web of On-line Dictionaries - language, vocabulary and international translation site Botanical Glossaries - glossary links for lichens, fungi, pteridophytes, bryophytes and gymnosperms.
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