4 edition of Gleasonia, Henriquezia, and Platycarpum (Rubiaceae) found in the catalog.
1984 by Published for Organization for Flora Neotropica by the New York Botanical Garden in New York .
Written in English
|Statement||by George King Rogers.|
|Series||Flora neotropica,, monograph no. 39|
|LC Classifications||QK495.R85 R64 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||135 p. :|
|Number of Pages||135|
|LC Control Number||84019080|
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Gleasonia, Henriquezia, and Platycarpum (Rubiaceae). New York: Published for Organization for Flora Neotropica by the New York Botanical Garden, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: George King Rogers.
Flora Neotropica Monographs: Gleasonia, Henriquezia and Platycarpum No. 39 by Gleasonia. Rogers (, Hardcover) Be the first to write a review About this product Best pick.
Aliform-confluent xylem parenchyma discovered in the rubiaceous genus Gleasonia strengthens its controversial alliance with the problematical genera Henriquezia and by: 4.
By considering Gleasonia aberrant and assuming that Rogers () was correct when he stated the close relationship between Gleasonia, Henriquezia, and Platycarpum, the I3b clade can thus in general be described as having imbricate, zygomorphic corollas, and comprising the tribe Henriquezieae and a tentative new tribe comprising the genera Cited by: on platycarpum, henriquezia and gleasonia in Gleasonia is subregular, in Platycarpum and Henriquezia distinctly zygomorphous, thefilaments being inserted at unequal height, bent.
Wood anatomical generic descriptions of Henriquezia, Platycarpum and Gleasonia are given and compared with data from Rubiaceae. An attempt is made to construct a cladogram according to Hennig’s principles. The resulting arrangement of the taxa concerned is discussed and compared with earlier conclusions based on phenetic comparison.
PublicationCited by: 6. Title: On the position of Platycarpum Humb. et Bonpl., Henriquezia Spruce ex Bth. and Gleasonia Standl: Published in: Mededelingen van het Botanisch Museum Henriquezia Herbarium van de Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht, (1), - Cited by: Wood anatomy and classification of Henriquezia Spruce, Platycarpum Humb.
et Bonpl. and Gleasonia Standl. By Jifke Koek-Noorman. Abstract. Wood anatomical generic descriptions of Henriquezia, Platycarpum and Gleasonia are given and compared with data from Rubiaceae.
An attempt is made to construct a cladogram according to Hennig’s : Jifke Koek-Noorman. Because Gleasonia is generally regarded as rubiaceous, the intergeneric ties are evidence pertinent to the long-standing problem of the familial affinities of Henriquezia and Platycarpum.
Other. WOODANATOMY OFHENRIQUEZIA,PLATYCARPUMANDGLEASONIA borderedpits ontangentialandradialwalls. Length pm. Rays uniseriate,heterogeneous consistingofupright,squareandprocumbent cells, rows ofupright orsquare cells alternating with rows ofpro- cumbentcells, some parts ofprocumbent cellsover a veryshortdistancebi.
On the position of Platycarpum Humb. et Bonpl., Henriquezia Spruce ex Bth. and Gleasonia Standl induced me to study once more and now in somewhat more detail the relation between this genus and the nearly related Platycarpum Humb.
et Bonpl. and the position these two genera occupy with regard to the habitually rather similar Gleasonia Cited by: Gleasonia that Gleasonia itself is rubiaceous, which no author has disputed. Every specimen of Gleasonia, Henriquezia, and Platycarpum has vessel elements with vestured pits (Figs.
These were apparently noticed as early as by Record and Hess (where their detection is implicit), but have and Platycarpum book been considered as evidence of relationship. abaxially acuminate Amazonas anthers anthesis apex acute apice basal base Bentham Berg bracts bras Brazil broadly Burmannia Burmanniaceae calyx Campomanesia capitula Capsule cells cm de comprimento cm diam cm long Colombia corolla dehiscent densely Dimorphandra Drupe Ducke duidana elliptic Engler F neg filaments floral tube flowers foliolos.
Rogers GK. The wood anatomy of Gleasonia, Henriquezia, and Platycarpum (Rubiaceae) and its bearing Henriquezia their classification: some new considerations. Brittonia [ Links ] Rogers GK. Gleasonia, Henriquezia,and Platycarpum (Rubiaceae). New York, Flora Neotropica monograph [ Links ] Sano Y.
The Wood of Gleasonia, Henriquezia, and Platycarpum (Rubiaceae) and Its Bearing on Their Classification: Some New Considerations (pp. ) George K. Rogers DOI: / Gleasonia, Henriquezia and Platycarpum Rubiaceae. Missouri Botanical Garden, Saint Louis, p.
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Henriquezia. Spruce ex Benth. Henriquezieae is a tribe of flowering plants in the family Rubiaceae and contains 20 species in 3 genera. Its representatives are found in northern South America.
Genera. Currently accepted names. Gleasonia Standl. (5 sp) Henriquezia Spruce ex Benth. (3 sp) Platycarpum Bonpl. (12 sp) ReferencesFamily: Rubiaceae. (Capirona, Henriquezia, Isertia) ou unidas num capuz cônico (i.e.
caliptradas), de formas variadas, persistentes ou decíduas. Folhas simples, opostas ou verticiladas, inteiras, decussadas ou às vezes dísticas, geralmente pecioladas, glabras ou pubescentes, ocasionalmente com domácias pequenas nas axilas abaxiais das nervuras laterais Cited by: Henriquezia is a genus of three species of shrubs or trees in the family Rubiaceae, sometimes classified as Henriqueziaceae, native to Amazon basin.
Species. Henriquezia jenmanii; Henriquezia nitida; Henriquezia verticillata; References. Rogers, G.K. ():Gleasonia, Henriquezia, and Platycarpum Family: Rubiaceae. Ti Henriquezieae ket ti tribu dagiti agsabsabong a mula iti pamilia ti Rubiaceae ken aglaon kadagiti 20 a sebbangan kadagiti 3 a representatibona ket mabirukan iti akin-amianan nga Abagatan nga Amerika.
Dagiti henero. Dagiti agdama a maawat a nagan. Published at irregular intervals sincethis series is the official publication of the Organization for Flora principal goal of OFN is the publication of a complete flora of the tropical American region.
Editor: Thomas Zanoni, Institute of Systematic Botany, The New York Botanical Garden. Henriquezia is a genus of three species of shrubs or trees in the family Rubiaceae, sometimes classified as Henriqueziaceae, native to Amazon basin.
Species. Henriquezia jenmanii; Henriquezia nitida; Henriquezia verticillata; References. Rogers, G.K. ():Gleasonia, Henriquezia, and Platycarpum (Rubiaceae).Flora Neotropica Monograph Number An Rubiaceae in uska familia han Rubiaceae in nahilalakip ha ordo nga Gentianales, classis nga Magnoliopsida, punoan nga Tracheophyta, ngan regnum nga Plantae.
An familia nga Rubiaceae in naglalakip hin ka mga species, sumala ha Catalogue of Life. By having two stipular lobes somewhat lateral above each petiole (vs. one lobe centered over the petiole), the newly describedGleasonia prancei differs from other species ofGleasonia while agreeing with species ofHenriquezia.
This augments the Author: George K. Rogers. Gleasonia, Henriquezia, and Platycarpum (Rubiaceae) George King Rogers Volume 38 Olacaceae H. Sleumer Volume 37 Sarcosomataceae (Pezizales, Sarcoscyphineae) John W.
Paden Volume 36 Connaraceae Enrique Forero Volume 35 Ericaceae Part I. Cavendishia James L. Luteyn Volume 34 Carlowrightia (Acanthaceae) Thomas F. Daniel Volume This third collection of articles by John Dillon covers the periodthe decade since the appearance of The Great Tradition.
Once again, the subjects covered range from Plato himself and the Old Academy, through Philo and Middle Platonism, to the Neoplatonists and by: 1. 2 Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro – IBRAG / DBA V, R. São Francisco XavierPHLC salaMaracanã,Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brasil.
[email protected] 3 Instituto de. Mus. () Bremekamp, C.E.B. Bremekamp, A monograph of the genus Pavetta LReprium nov. Spec. Regni Veg. () Bremekamp, C.E.B. Bremekamp, On the position of Platycarpum Humb.
et Bonpl., Humb. et Bonpl., Henriquezia Spruce ex Benth. and Spruce ex Benth. and Gleasonia StandiActa bot. neerl. 6: () Cited by: 4. New York Botanic Garden List of Flora Neotropica Monographs These volumes provide, in monographic form, taxonomic treatments of native or naturalized plant groups or families growing in the Americas between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn.
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Pamilya sa mga tanom nga bulak ang Rubiaceae sakop sa kahanay nga Gentianales, klase nga tanom nga bulak, ka-ulo nga Tracheophyta, ug kaginharian nga tanom. Ang kabanay nga Rubiaceae pagsakop espesye, segun Catalogue of Life. Matang nga nahiubos. Acranthera; Acrobotrys; Acrosynanthus; Acunaeanthus; Adenorandia; Adina; Adinauclea; Afrocanthium Division: Tracheophyta.
For support for of the preparation of a book called Flowering Plants of the Neotropics. Center for Environmental Research and Conservation. Support for research on plants dispersed by. Gleasonia, Henriquezia, and Platycarpum (Rubiaceae) George King Rogers.
Volume 38 Olacaceae H. Sleumer. Volume 37 Sarcosomataceae (Pezizales, Sarcoscyphineae) John W. Paden. Volume 36 Connaraceae Enrique Forero. Volume 35 Ericaceae Part I. Cavendishia James L. Luteyn. Volume 34 Carlowrightia (Acanthaceae) Thomas F.
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The chrome azurol-S test, which is a chemical spot-test for Al accumulation in wood, was applied to wood samples of members of the Rubiaceae. A positive reaction was found in specimens. Comparison of the results with earlier analyses of leaves of Rubiaceae shows that Al accumulation occurs more frequently in leaves than in wood.
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Bremer, B. & Eriksson, T. Time tree of Rubiaceae: phylogeny and dating the family, subfamilies, and tribes. International Journal of Plant Sciences (6): DOI: / PDF.The Rubiaceae are a family of flowering plants, commonly known as the coffee, madder, or bedstraw consists of terrestrial trees, shrubs, lianas, or herbs that are recognizable by simple, opposite leaves with interpetiolar family contains ab species in genera, which makes it the fourth-largest angiosperm family.
Rubiaceae has a cosmopolitan distribution Clade: Tracheophytes.