4 edition of Taxonomy of Eupatorium section Verticillata (Asteraceae) found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 59-63).
|Statement||Eric E. Lamont.|
|Series||Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden,, v. 72|
|LC Classifications||QK1 .N525 vol. 72, QK495.C74 .N525 vol. 72|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||66 p. :|
|Number of Pages||66|
|LC Control Number||94048904|
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Get this from a library. Taxonomy of Eupatorium section Verticillata (Asteraceae). [Eric E Lamont]. Check other web resources for Eupatorium maculatum L. ePIC: Electronic Plant Information Centre of Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew ; AGRICOLA: Article Citation Database or NAL Catalog of USDA's National Agricultural Library Entrez: Taxonomy of Eupatorium section Verticillata book search engine for PubMed citations, GenBank sequences, etc.
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; PubAg: USDA's National Agricultural Library database of full-text journal articles and citations. Eupatorium is a genus of flowering plants in the aster family, Asteraceae, containing from 36 to 60 species depending on the classification system.
Most are herbaceous perennials growing to –3 m (– ft) tall. A few are genus is native to temperate regions of the Northern are commonly called bonesets, thoroughworts or snakeroots in North : Angiosperms.
Eupatorium into three series, one of which was further divided into four sections. This is counter to the order given in Articles and 5 of the Code, and under Article names of taxa of. Detailed distribution maps for taxa of Eutrochium are available but treated as taxa under Eupatorium (E.
Lamont ). SELECTED REFERENCES. Lamont, E. Taxonomy of Eupatorium section Verticillata (Asteraceae). Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 1– Mackenzie, K. Scientific names applicable to our purple-flowered eupatoriums. The Plants Database includes the following 2 subspecies of Eupatorium perfoliatum.
Click below on a thumbnail map or name for subspecies profiles. Click below on a. Eupatorium Taxonomy of Eupatorium section Verticillata book. – thoroughwort Subordinate Taxa. The Plants Database includes Taxonomy of Eupatorium section Verticillata book following 28 species of Eupatorium.
Click below on a thumbnail map or name for species profiles. Native Introduced Native and Introduced. Eupatorium album white thoroughwort Eupatorium altissimum. Familia: Asteraceae Subfamilia: Asteroideae Tribus: Eupatorieae Genus: Eutrochium Species: E. dubium – E. fistulosum – E. maculatum – E.
purpureum – E. Noteworthy Characteristics. Eupatorium perfoliatum, commonly called boneset, is a large, hairy, clump-forming, Missouri native perennial which typically occurs in wet soils in low woods, thickets, stream banks, meadows and prairies throughout the -topped clusters (compound corymbs) of small, fluffy, white flowers appear above the foliage in late summer to fall.
Systematics and taxonomy. Eupatorium has at times been held to contain as many as species, but many of these have been moved (at least by some authors) to Taxonomy of Eupatorium section Verticillata book genera, including Ageratina, Chromolaena, Condylidium, Conoclinium, Critonia, Cronquistianthus, Eutrochium, Fleischmannia, Flyriella, Hebeclinium, Koanophyllon, Mikania, and : Tracheophytes.
Lamont, E.E. (): Taxonomy of Eupatorium Section Verticillata (Asteraceae). New York Botanical Garden Press. New York Botanical Garden Press. ISBN Família: Asteraceae. Taxonomía. Eupatorium cannabinum describióse por Carlos Linneo y espublizóse en Species Plantarum 2: Etimoloxía.
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Sharma. Tata McGraw-Hill Education, Mar 1, - Toxonomy - pages. 4 Reviews.3/5(4). Eupatoriadelphus (Eupatorium sect. Verticillata; Lamont, ) consists of five species, which occur mainly in eastern North America. One of the species, E. steelei, was only recently described (Lamont, ), and its transfer to Eupatoriadelphus is formalized below (Appendix).Cited by: Distribution, pertinent synonymy, and a key to the varieties of E.
puTpureum are included. KEY WORDS: Eupatorium, Eupatorieae, Asteraceae, Joe Pye weed, systematics. North America As a result of a comprehensive systematic study of Eupatorium section Verticillata (Lamont, unpubl.), a new nomenclatural change is found necessary. Eutrochium steelei, Appalachian Joe Pye Weed, Steele's Joe Pye Weed.
currently features plants images. For many plants, the website displays maps showing physiographic provinces within the Carolinas and Georgia where the plant has been documented.
Lamont, E.E. (): Taxonomy of Eupatorium Section Verticillata (Asteraceae). New York Botanical Garden Press. New York Botanical Garden Press.
ISBN 演化支：: 被子植物 Angiosperms. Taxonomy of Eupatorium Section Verticillata (Asteraceae), by Eric E. Lamont. The author provides a taxonomic treatment, including keys, complete synonymy. Atypical specimens of Eutrochium purpureum (L.) E.
Lamont (= Eupatorium purpureum L.) found in the lower piedmont of North Carolina and South Carolina, represent a distinct and previously unrecognized variety. Eutrochium purpureum (L.) E. Lamont var. carolinianum Sorrie, var. nov. Figs. 1, 2, 3.
TYPE: USA. North Carolina. Eupatorium (syn. Ayapana Spach) is a genus of flowering plants, containing from 36 to 60 species (depending on the classification system), most of which are herbaceous perennial plants growing to m tall. A few are genus is native to temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere.
Species of Eupatorium, although poisonous (to humans and grazing livestock), have been used in folk. Eupatorium perfoliatum Boneset Michigan Native Butterfly Farm was established to promote awareness of the life cycle, habitat, and conservation of indigenous butterfly species and raise healthy, vibrant Monarch and Painted Lady butterflies for education, exhibits, and memorable wedding and special occasion butterfly releases.
The Atlas of Florida Plants provides a source of information for the distribution of plants within the state and taxonomic information. The website also provides access to a database and images of herbarium specimens found at the University of South Florida and other herbaria.
Eric E. Lamont; Eric E. Lamont. Eupatorium Steelei (Asteraceae), a New Species from the Southern Appalachian Mountains of Eastern U.S.A.
Taxonomy of Eupatorium section Verticillata. Ageratina adenophora, commonly known as crofton weed or sticky snakeroot, is a species of flowering plant in the daisy family native to Mexico and Central America.
Originally grown as an ornamental plant, it has become invasive into farmland and bushland is toxic to horses, who develop respiratory disease after eating : Asteraceae. The Alabama Plant Atlas is a source of data for the distribution of plants within the state as well as taxonomic, conservation, invasive, and wetland information for each species.
The website also provides access to a database and images of plants photos and herbarium specimens found at. Eric E. Lamont has written: 'Taxonomy of Eupatorium section Verticillata (Asteraceae)' -- subject(s): Classification, Eupatorium Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights What has the author Eric E.
Chloroplast DNA (cpDNA) restriction site analysis was used to assess relationships among samples of Eupatorieae from eastern North America.
A total of cpDNA variants was recorded from 35 species using 13 restriction enzymes. Phylogenetic analysis usingGalinsoga, Flaveria, andHelianthinae as outgroups indicated that samples ofAgeratina, Hofmeisteria, Mikania, andStevia, Cited by: Eupatorium Rugosum 'Chocolate' from Burncoose Nurseries available online to buy - Information: fluffy white flower heads, with attractive purple stems and chocolate brown leaves.
WhiteHeight. Plant Taxonomy is also a personal story of what it means to be a practicing taxonomist and to view these activities within a meaningful conceptual framework. Tod F. Stuessy recalls the progression of his own work and shares his belief that the most creative taxonomy is done by those who have a strong conceptual grasp of their own by: Classic textbook first published in and updated inTaxonomy of Flowering Plants was created to provide a factual and simplified account of basic principles needed by beginning students in a course in taxonomy together with illustrated descriptions of more than a hundred families of flowering plants representative of the North American by: Detailed distribution maps for taxa of Eutrochium are available but treated as taxa under Eupatorium Taxonomy of Eupatorium section Verticillata (Asteraceae).
Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 1– Mackenzie, K. Scientific names applicable to our purple-flowered eupatoriums. Rhodora – Wiegand, K. and C. Weatherby. Eutrochium maculatum, commonly known as Joe Pye weed, is native to damp meadows, thickets and coastal areas in eastern North America.
Plants typically grow ’ tall on branched, purple-speckled stems clad with serrate, lance-shaped, medium green leaves (to 8”. Taxonomy and economic botany of Paullinia: CUNY Lamont, Eric (PhD) USA: Eupatorium section Verticillata (Asteraceae) Taxonomy: CUNY Lowen, Rosalind (PhD) USA: The genera Nectriella and Pronectria: CUNY Williams, David E.
(PhD) USA: Arachis genetic diversity: CUNY Kawasaki, María-Luisa (PhD) Brazil. Systematics of Chusquea section Swallenochloa, section Verticillatae, section Serpentes, and section Longifoliae (Poaceae-Bambusoideae).
Ann Arbor, Mich.: American Society of Plant Taxonomists, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Lynn G Clark. Genus Eupatorium can be annuals, herbaceous perennials, subshrubs or evergreen shrubs, with small tubular flowers borne in terminal panicles or corymbs Details E.
purpureum is a clump-forming perennial with lance-shaped, sometimes purple-tinged leaves to 25cm long, and domed clusters of small, purplish-pink flowers in late summer and early autumn. Eupatorium section Verticillata (Asteraceae) Taxonomy: Columbia Leavenworth, George (MA) USA: Forestry: CUNY Lekagul, Thep (MA) Thailand: Genera of the Fagaceae: Columbia Liebovitz, Sidney (MA) USA: Phytochemistry: Columbia Liew, Fah Seong (PhD) Malaysia: Vascular plants, expecially Pteridophytes.
Plant Taxonomy (BIOL) - Stephen G. Saupe, Ph.D.; Typha) that only grow in wet areas, while others are 'facultative' wetland species such as Fraxinus nigra, Eupatorium perfoliatum, Vitis riparia) that will grow in wet or drier areas.
The purpose of today's lab is to introduce you to some of the more common wetland species that occur in. Eric E. F. Smith has written: 'Joseph Powell and his drawings of Clapham' -- subject(s): In art.Eupatorium maculatum is a purple flowering plant employed download pdf a medicinal herb by indigenous cultures to treat diuretical and renal problems.
Using material collected in Canada, one PA called lycopsamine (8) was isolated from the whole plant extract with methanol. 33 The structure and configuration were elucidated mainly through interpretation.Chromolaena odorata (L.) Ebook. King & H.E. Robins (syn. Eupatorium ebook L.) (Compositae), also known as Christmas bush, bitter bush, Siam weed, and baby tea (English); akintola-ta-ku (Yoruba, Western Nigeria) and ishero (Urhobo, Southwestern Nigeria) is a scrambling shrub.
It is known to have originated from South and Central America but now.