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Description of some new genera and species of tropical Leguminosæ

Bentham, George

Description of some new genera and species of tropical Leguminosæ

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Published by R. Taylor in London .
Written in English

  • Legumes -- Anatomy.

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    Statementby George Bentham ; read May 4, 1865.
    SeriesLandmarks of science II
    LC ClassificationsQ111 .H35, QK495.L52 .H35
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 297-320, [11] leaves of plates
    Number of Pages320
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19451590M

    All the genera in this sub-tribe, twenty-two in number, were formerly included in the genus Erica; and some botanists still consider all the species to belong to that genus, with the exception of those included in Calluna, while others adopt about half the new genera. In this uncertainty, I shall only describe two of the doubtful genera, partly.   Tropical dry forests have high diversity and plant abundance of potentially biologically nitrogen fixing (BNF) legume species, attributed to the ecological advantage of fixation. However, there are few estimates of N quantities annually fixed, hindering the understanding of factors that control BNF, like low phosphorus availability. The quantities of N Cited by:

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Similar Items. Related Subjects: (1) Legumes -- Anatomy. Confirm this request. You may have. After more than 3 months investigation, 6 species were discovered new in Hubei;3 species were new discovered in Shennongjia. Most species are Oriental (%), % of. The Fabaceae or Leguminosae, commonly known as the legume, pea, or bean family, are a large and economically important family of flowering includes trees, shrubs, and perennial or annual herbaceous plants, which are easily recognized by their fruit and their compound, stipulate leaves.

Many legumes have characteristic flowers and fruits. The family is widely distributed, Clade: Tracheophytes. A list of all accepted names in Leguminosae is available in CSV format. Statistics.

Species of Leguminosae contained within The Plant List belong to plant genera. The Plant List inclu scientific plant names of species rank for the family Leguminosae. Of th are accepted species names. LOURENÇO W.R., MONOD L.: Description of a new genus and species of scorpion (Bothriuridae) from Brazil.

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Legumin definition, a globulin obtained from the seeds of leguminous and other plants. See more. Why are there more species in the tropics than in the temperate regions of the globe. Many of the world's species live in the tropics (perhaps more than. A reappraisal of Acacia cowleana and allied taxa, including the description of a new species, A.

elachantha, from the tropical dry-zone of Australia. Australian Systematic Botany McDonald, M.W. & Maslin, B.R. (a). Author: Johnson, Diretmus argenteus Johnson, Diagnosis: metamorphosis from juvenile to adult stages.

Juveniles: cephalic and preopercular spines, both directed caudally. Adults: no spines on head; body, without caudal peduncle, about as long as high.D ; A (18) ; P (16) Vertebrae Colour: : to cm SL. Habitat:. NBDMD differed significantly (pCited by: Boeck, Short description: Aetideopsis armata is an aetideid calanoid copepod known after both sexes (female mm and male mm).

The species is widespread in the northern part of the Atlantic Ocean, in the Mediterranean and Adriatic seas, in the Indian Ocean and the Pacific probably meso-bathypelagic species.

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adj. Switch to new thesaurus. Adj. leguminous - relating to or consisting of legumes: Translations. Agronomic performance of lettuce subjected to green manure with different leguminous species.

Investigating niche partitioning of ectomycorrhizal fungi in specialized rooting zones of the monodominant leguminous tree Dicymbe corymbosa.- New Phytologist New species of Auritella (Inocybaceae) from Cameroon.- IMA Fungus New boletes from Guyana I: Binderoboletus segoi gen.

et sp. nov., Guyanaporus albipodus gen. et sp. nov., Singerocomus rubriflavus gen. et sp. In fact, the paucity of Leguminosæ is one of the most remarkable peculiarities of the New Zealand flora, especially taking into account that the order is the one most strongly developed in Australia, the nearest land-area to New Zealand.

Of the 7 indigenous genera, Carmichælia has an outlying species in Lord Howe Island, but is otherwise. The Fabaceae or Leguminosae, [6] commonly known as the legume, pea, or bean family, are a large and economically important family of flowering includes trees, shrubs, and perennial or annual herbaceous plants, which are easily recognized by their fruit and their compound, stipulate leaves.

Many legumes have characteristic flowers and fruits. The family is. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.

From looking at species as only strongly-marked and well-defined varieties, I was led to anticipate that the species of the larger genera in each country would oftener present varieties, than the species of the smaller genera; for wherever many closely related species (i.e., species of the same genus) have been formed, many varieties or.

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LEGUMINOSAE (now separated into CAESALPINIACEAE, FABACEAE, MIMOSACAE, PAPILIONACEAE) - The Pea Family. This is one of the largest and most useful plant families.

- 17, species, distributed almost throughout the world. It includes many well-known vegetables particularly of temperate regions (Beans, Peas), ornamental trees in tropical regions (Bauhinia. Calotropis procera is a species of flowering plant in the dogbane family, Apocynaceae, that is native to North Africa, Tropical Africa, Western Asia, South Asia, and Indochina.

It is commonly known as Apple of Sodom, a name derived from the Hebrew Tapuah green globes are hollow but the flesh contains a toxic milky sap that is.

This article is about Fabaceae s.l. (or Leguminosae), as defined by the APG System. For Fabaceae s.s. (or Papilionaceae), as defined by l. Many Atya species shrimp were discovered by Uwe Werner in Central and South America.

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The Palaeomonidae family. 2. Digynia begins with the remainder of the Contortæ; then follow some incomplete flowers, as Chenopodium, t.Beta, t. and afterwards the fine alpine genus of Gentiana, t. 20, famous for its extreme bitterness and consequent stomachic virtues.

The rest of the Order consists of the very natural Umbelliferous family, characterized by having. Recent studies showed that Ara h1 was considered as major peanut allergen (Koppelman et al., ) and Ara h 1, a vicilin; Ara h 2, a 2S albumin; and Ara h 3, a legumin, are also major peanut allergens (Bublin et al., ).Similarly, in consistent with findings of aforementioned studies, our results also indicated the presence of Ara h 1, Ara h 2 and Ara h3 in peanut extract.

Species of Acacia s.l. are generally trees or shrubs; some African and American species, however, have a scandent habit (Ross ). Most have free staminal filaments, although some African and American species have filaments that are shortly united at the base.

Much debate has centred around whether Acacia s.l. A short description of the diversity and importance of the clade in terms of number of genera/species, biogeographic distribution (present and past, if known), unique or noteworthy paleobotanical evidence, and ecological and economic uses of the members of the clade may be included.

Synonymy and etymologyCited by: The islands of the tropical Pacific as the homes of new genera and new species.—The significance of a large endemic element.—Synopsis of the eras.—The era of endemic genera.—The endemic genera of Compositæ.—Their affinities and mode of dispersal.—The mystery of the suspension of the dispersing agencies.—Mr.

Bentham’s views. hot habanero. Its species are native to the Americas, where they have been cultivated for thousands of years by the people of the tropical Americas, and are now cultivated worldwide.

Some of the members of Capsicum are used as spices, vegetables, and medicines. The fruit of Capsicum plants have a variety of names depending on place and Size: KB.

(next page 38 identical species are given) It has always been my greatest fear that there has been so much modification since Glacial, that it w d. upset view.— Some few genera may formerly have been mundane & Tropical & not now so.— The list referred to in the letter is tipped into Hooker following p.

xcvi. Markea; Markea. The genus Markea is in the family Solanaceae in the major group Angiosperms (Flowering plants). Statistics are at the end of the page.

Species in Markea. See "Status", "Confidence level", "Source" for definitions. Legumin definition: a protein obtained mainly from the seeds of leguminous plants | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.

a reserve protein of the globulin group, contained in the seeds of leguminous plants. Legumin from the cotyledons of pea plants has been very thoroughly studied. Legumin and another reserve protein, vicilin, are stored in the aleurone grains of these plants.

Abstract. Two main theories attempt to explain species coexistence: the neutral theory considers all the species as equivalents so biodiversity is mainly regarded as a function of total available resources (i.e. niche expansion), while the niche theory stresses the relevance of differences in niche use between species (i.e.

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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading On the Origin of Species, 6th Edition + /5(). The new combination Erysiphe trifoliorum (=Erysiphe trifolii) is introduced, and its former varieties E.

trifolii var. intermedia and var. desmanthi are reassessed and raised to species rank. Furthermore, three new species of the genus Erysiphe, viz. Erysiphe baptisiae on Baptisia australis in Europe, E.

baptisiicola on Baptisia spp. in North America and E. sesbaniae on Cited by: 5. This page was last edited on 25 Octoberat Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may Caesalpinioideae: genera and ~ species Pantropical Caesalpinia, Senna, Mimosa, Acacia Includes the former subfamily Mimosoideae 80 genera and ~ species; mostly tropical and warm temperate Asia and America; Faboideae Papilionoideae: genera and ~14, species Cosmopolitan Astragalus, Lupinus, Pisum; Economic and cultural importance.

The spore shape of all of the species is spheroid. The spore size ranged from 7 to 19 µm in the genus Hypnum. The surface ornamentation is verrucate in all species of Hypnum. The spore walls of Hypnaceae include sclerine (the distinction between exine and perine difficult to define) and intine.

The Moss species belong to corticolous habitat type.legumin: (ă-vē'nin), A prolamine, containing about 25% glutamyl residues, found in oats (Avena) and in various legumes; considered highly nutritious. Synonym(s): legumin, plant casein.It may be admitted that it would profit an incipient species, if it were rendered in some slight degree sterile when crossed with its parent form or with some other variety; for thus fewer bastardised and deteriorated offspring would be produced to commingle their blood with the new species in process of formation.