2 edition of taxonomy of the circumpolar short-beaked taxa of Carex section Vesicariae. found in the catalog.
taxonomy of the circumpolar short-beaked taxa of Carex section Vesicariae.
Bruce Austin Ford
Written in English
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A preliminary taxonomic review of the South American bearded saki monkeys genus Chiropotes (Cebidae, Platyrrhini), with the description of a new supspecies / Related Titles Series: Fieldiana. Ozarkian counties, and those of the Ouachitas probably support at least 60 Carex taxa each, based on current data, and probably hold as many as taxa. Documenting this number () would take extensive searches for specific species in specialized habitats, but the author believes finding 75 taxa is possible in any county in the Ozarks.
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Carex sect. Vesicariae is a group of about 30 sedge species widespread in temperate and cold regions of Eurasia and North America. In this study we performed a phylogenetic analysis of ten taxa (9.
Taxonomy. Carex vesicaria was first formally named by Carl Linnaeus in Many forms and varieties have been named, but no infraspecific taxa of Carex vesicaria are accepted in Kew's Plants of the World Online as of March Distribution.
Bladder sedge has a circumpolar, boreo-temperate distribution. It is native to northern North America being recorded over most of Canada and the Family: Cyperaceae. Reference: The nomenclature of two hybrid taxa in Carex sect. Vesicariae (Cyperaceae) currently assigned as Carex rostrata var.
borealis and Carex stenolepis The Taxonomy of the Circumpolar. Within the short-beaked taxa of Carex sect. Vesicariae, C. membranacea and C. rotundata were found to form a close species pair with anatomical data providing the most convincing evidence for the.
Abstract In a recent study of Carex sect. Vesicariae in northern Europe, two hybrid species were identified using microsatellite markers.
Whereas both taxa already have names associated with them, we find that these names are not appropriate for : Reidar Elven, A Tiril M Pedersen, Charlotte Sletten Bjorå. In this study we address the origins and taxonomic rank of two taxa of section Vesicariae: Carex rostrata var.
borealis and C. stenolepis. The origin and taxonomic status of C. stenolepis has been the subject of substantial debate over the years, whereas C. rostrata var. borealis has received very little attention in the years since its first Cited by: 1.
between three taxa of Carex section Vesicariae (C. rostrata, C. rostrata var. borealis and C. rotundata) based on 14 microsatellite loci. Marker Carspe_s was excluded from this analysis as it.
Carex species are perennial, tufted, rhizomatous, stoloniferous or tussock-forming, mostly wind-pollinated, monoecious (rarely dioecious) herbs. The leaf blades are usually V- or M-shaped in cross-section.
All species have terminal inflorescences composed of one or several spike(s) of spikelets ().The bracts subtending the spikes of spikelets and the spikelets are leaf- or by: The taxonomy of the circumpolar short-beaked taxa of Carex sect.
Vesicariae (Cyperaceae). – Systematic Botany – Ford, B.A., Ball, P.W. & Ritland, K. Allozyme diversity and genetic relationships among North American members of the short-beaked taxa of Carex sect. Vesicariae (Cyperaceae). Geographic patterns in the genetic diversity of a northern sedge, Carex rariflora Mark Vellend and Marcia J.
Waterway Abstract: We compared the genetic diversity of a northern wetland sedge, Carex rariflora, both within and between populations, in different habitat types, and across geographic regions with different glacial histories.
Twelve. root Universal Root Woese et al. domain Bacteria (None ) Woese et al. phylum Proteobacteria (sic) Garrity et al. class Betaproteobacteria Garrity et al.
emend. Boden et al. order Neisseriales Tønjum emend. Adeolu and Gupta family Neisseriaceae Prévot (Approved Lists ) emend. Adeolu and Gupta genus Kingella Henriksen and Bøvre. Carex, subgenus Carex (Cyperaceae) – A phylogenetic approach using ITS sequences Article (PDF Available) in Plant Systematics and Evolution (1) April with Reads.
Download RIS citation. TY - JOUR TI - THE TAXONOMY OF CAREX TRISPERMA (CYPERACEAE) T2 - Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of by: 2. The taxonomy of the circumpolar short-beaked taxa of Carex sect. Vesicariae (Cyperaceae). Systematic Botany, 17, –Cited by: The first reports ofCarex hybrids in North America appeared in the middle and late ’s.
By the early ’s and up to the middle ’s there was disagreement among the influential North American botanists regarding the extent to which hybrids existed.
Those who recognized hybridization inCarex have been largely supported by recent studies, but only a small proportion of the reported Cited by: Full text of "Contributions from the University of Michigan Herbarium." See other formats.
Amplified fragment length polymorphism analysis reveals high genetic variation in the Ouachita Mountain endemic Carex latebracteata (Cyperaceae) Bruce A. Ford, a Anne C. Worley, a Robert F. Naczi, b Habibollah Ghazvini a.
a Department of Biological Sciences, University of Cited by: 2. BIBLIOGRAPHY Aarssen, L.W., I.V. Hall, K.I.N. Jensen.
The biology of Canadian weeds. Vicia angustifolia L., V. cracca L., V. sativa L., V. tetrasperma (L. The taxonomy from the rank of class and below is based upon currently published taxonomic opinion. For a complete taxonomy, refer to The Taxonomic Outline of Bacteria and Archaea, Release The Taxonomy of Carex section Scirpinae (Cyperaceae).
A., and P. Ball. Allozyme diversity and genetic relationships among North American members of the short-beaked taxa of Carex sect. Vesicariae (Cyperaceae). Syst. Bot 71) (Vesicariae) Ford, B. A., and P. Ball. The taxonomy of the circumpolar sort-beaked taxa. An abundant and diverse fauna of thoracican cirripedes is described on the basis of over isolated valves collected from a single lens of material representing in the order of a few thousand years of Campanian time (c.
80 Ma), from sediment formed on and close to a rocky shoreline at Ivö Klack in southern least twenty-eight species are present in the fauna, belonging to Cited by: Book Title.
A preliminary taxonomic review of the South American bearded saki monkeys genus Chiropotes (Cebidae, Platyrrhini), with the description of a new supspecies / By. Hershkovitz, Philip. Publication Details. Chicago:Field Museum of Natural History, Year.
Allozyme diversity and genetic relationships among North American members of the short-beaked taxa of Carex sect. Vesicariae (Cyperaceae). Systematic BotanyAND. Genetic and macromorphologic evidence bearing on the evolution of meml5ers of Carex section Vesicariae (Cyperaceae) and their natural hybrids.