Prosyllabus Tracheophytorum. Tentamen Systematis Plantarum Vascularium (
Tracheophytorum). GEOS, Moscow, p. 200. Doyle, J.A., 2006. Seed ferns and the
origin of angiosperms. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 133, 169e209.
Author: Michael Krings
Publisher: Academic Press
Transformative Paleobotany: Papers to Commemorate the Life and Legacy of Thomas N. Taylor features the broadest possible spectrum of topics analyzing the structure, function and evolution of fossil plants, microorganisms, and organismal interactions in fossil ecosystems (e.g., plant paleobiography, paleoecology, early evolution of land plants, fossil fungi and microbial interactions with plants, systematics and phylogeny of major plant and fungal lineages, biostratigraphy, evolution of organismal interactions, ultrastructure, Antarctic paleobotany). The book includes the latest research from top scientists who have made transformative contributions. Sections are richly illustrated, well concepted, and characterize and summarize the most up-to-date understanding of this respective and important field of study. Features electronic supplements, such as photographs, diagrams, tables, flowcharts and links to other websites Includes in-depth illustrations with diagrams, flowcharts and photographic plates (many in color for enhanced utility), tables and graphs
Prosyllabus tracheophytorum: Tentamen systematis plantarum vascularium (
Tracheophyta). Geos, Moscow. Emerson, R. and Whisler, H. C. 1968. Cultural
studies of Oedogoniomyces and Harpochytrium, and a proposal to place them in
a new ...
Author: J. K. Misra
Publisher: CRC Press
Examining the progress and shifts that have taken place towards understanding fungi, this volume examines most of the major groups, including Chytridiomycota, Zygomycota, Ascomycota, and Basidiomycota. Topics include advances in morphological and molecular taxonomy of the highly toxigenic Fusarium species, understanding the phylogeny of the alternarioid hyphomycetes, and methods used in fungal evolutionary biology along with theory, examples, and potential applications. Also discussed are proteomics research for rapid diagnosis to invasive candidiasis as well as ways in which molecular biologists and morphosystematists can develop synergy.
In this volume treatments are offered for 52 families containing 432 genera belonging to 13 eudicot orders, many of which have recently been newly designed; four families remain unassigned to order. Emphasis is on the early-diverging eudicots and basal core eudicots. The wealth of information contained in this volume will make it an important source of reference for both the scholar and the practitioner in the fields of pure and applied plant sciences.
Prosyllabus Tracheophytorum. Tentamen systematic plantarum vascularium (
Tracheophyta). Geos, Moscow. Doyle JA and MJ Donogue. 1993. Phylogenesis
and angiosperm diversification. Paleobiol. 19: 141–167. Dumortier B-C. 1829.
Author: Armen Takhtajan
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Armen Takhtajan is among the greatest authorities in the world on the evolution of plants. This book culminates almost sixty years of the scientist's research of the origin and classification of the flowering plants. It presents a continuation of Dr. Takhtajan’s earlier publications including “Systema Magnoliophytorum” (1987), (in Russian), and “Diversity and Classification of Flowering Plants” (1997), (in English). In his latest book, the author presents a concise and significantly revised system of plant classification (‘Takhtajan system’) based on the most recent studies in plant morphology, embryology, phytochemistry, cytology, molecular biology and palynology. Flowering plants are divided into two classes: class Magnoliopsida (or Dicotyledons) includes 8 subclasses, 126 orders, c. 440 families, almost 10,500 genera, and no less than 195,000 species; and class Liliopsida (or Monocotyledons) includes 4 subclasses, 31 orders, 120 families, more than 3,000 genera, and about 65,000 species.This book contains a detailed description of plant orders, and descriptive keys to plant families providing characteristic features of the families and their differences.
Reiumde Methodo ; cum Variis Plantarum Methodis ) . DOUEL'D , A. B. 2001. Prosyllabus Tracheophytorum . Opyt Sistemy Sosudistykh Rastenié (
Tracheophyta ) ( Prosyllabus Tracheophytorum . Tentamen Systematis Plantarum
Author: Franklyn Dewayne Ott
Category: Freshwater algae
This voluminous publication aims to satisfy a great need of those phycologists who do research on the fresh-water Rhodophycophyta for a compendium which provides quick and easy access to the scientific names associated with this group of little known plants. While relatively small numerically, the Rhodophycophyta may be, in themselves, of little significance, it may be of interest to the reader to note that there are approximately 4000 known species of the Rhodophycophyta and that these are distributed into some 600 genera. The vast majority, by far, are inhabitants of the marine environment. Of this number, however, about 62 genera with an estimated 600 species are found in non-marine habitats. It is on this small group of genera that this contribution is focused. The author intends to accomplish at least five desirable goals. The first of these is a simple alphabetical listing, the Â_quick listÂ_, of the taxonomic of Rhodophycophyta to accommodate the taxa that will give to the user a birdÂ_s-eye view of what may be available herein. The second goal is an alphabetical listing to the complete nomenclatural and taxonomic citations of the included taxa which includes taxonomic name, author, date of publication, journal or book reference. A third goal is to provide a comprehensive bibliography for each of the numerous papers cited in the nomenclatural and taxonomic index. The fourth major objective was to provide to the user an alphabetical index to taxonomic names, enabling the reader to trace the fate of a given epithet, mostly species, varietas and formae through their tortuous journey, for some, which they may have undergone since their initial publication. The fifth and last objective is to review the 62 currently recognized genera of this freshwater group (pp 351-914) to help place these into their respective, contemporary status.
Doweld , A. B. 2001 : Prosyllabus tracheophytorum . Tentamen systematis
plantarum vascularium ( Tracheophyta ) . Geos , Moscow . Dumortier , B.-C. 1829
: Analyse des familles des plantes , avec l'indication des principaux genres qui s'
Prosyllabus Tracheophytorum : Tentamin Systematis Plantarum Vascularium (
Tracheophyta ) . Geos , Moscow . Fu , L. K. & Jin , J. M. ( eds . ) . 1992. China
Plant Red Data Book : Rare and Endangered Plants . Vol . 1. Science Press ,
Most are given fully , some in abbreviated form : in both cases as they appear in
Doweld's Prosyllabus Tracheophytorum . The only changes made are such as to
comply in general with the Strelitzia format . von ADANSON , M. 1763. Familles ...
Author: John Malcolm Anderson
This book offers a global synthesis of gymnosperm families, fossil and extant, providing a new and distinctive perspective on the macroevolutionary biodiversity trends within this group through their 375 million-year history. The stratigraphic ranges of the 84 gymnosperm families are plotted according to their first and last appearances in the fossil record. Also included is a systematic coverage of floral kingdoms, biodiversity patterns, insect associations and other fields, traced period by period from the Devonian to Quaternary.