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Morphologic variation and taxonomy in European Eleocharis, subser. palustres.
|Series||Opera botanica,, v. 10:2|
|LC Classifications||QK495.C997 S77|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||187|
|LC Control Number||67006394|
The Australian Journal of Botany is an international journal publishing original research encompassing all plant groups including fossil plants. Plant science areas covered by the scope are as follows: ecology and ecophysiology, conservation biology and biodiversity, forest biology and management, cell and molecular biology, palaeobotany, reproductrive biology and genetics, mycology and. Eleocharis (Cyperaceae) is a morphologically and physiologically diverse lineage of species with a cosmopolitan distribution. We here explore phylogenetic relationships in this lineage using maximum parsimony and Bayesian inference analyses of nrDNA ITS and cpDNA tmC-ycf6 and ycf6-psbM sequence data with the goals of comparing our phylogenetic hypotheses to previous classifications.
pycnidium of Coniothyrium coelomycetous anamorph of Coniothyrium scirpi feeds on stem of Eleocharis palustris. Foodplant / open feeder larva of Dolerus anticus grazes on leaf of Eleocharis palustris Other: sole host/prey. Foodplant / feeds on adult of Donacia thalassina feeds on leaf of Eleocharis palustris Remarks: season: Foodplant / saprobe. BOTANISKA NOTISER FÖR ÅR Vol. UTGIVEN AV LUNDS BOTANISKA FÖRENING REDIGERAD AV The Species Concept in Lichen Taxonomy.. Baquar, S. R., Akhtar, Shamim, and Husain, A Strandhede, Sven-Olov: Chromosome Studies in Eleocharis, Subser. Palustres. IV. A Possible Case of an Extra, Reductional Division Giving Rise to Hemi-.
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Get this from a library. Morphologic variation and taxonomy in European Eleocharis, subser. palustres. [Sven-Olov Strandhede]. Comparative chromosomal and morphological studies indicate that four species are present in the area surveyed.
Eleocharis smallii Britt. is primarily diploid with 2n = 16, although sporadic polyploids with 2n = 36 also occur.E. macrostachya Britt. is morphologically similar with unstable polyploid numbers ranging around 2n = 38 and multivalents and univalents present in meiosis.
Morphologic variation and taxonomy in European Eleocharis, subser. Palustres. Opera Botanica 10(2), Within the book are interspersed pages of illustrations and photographs of. THE Heleocharis (Eleocharis) palustris-uniglumis complex shows a considerable variation in chromosome number, the following figures being recorded in Cited by: Invasive species: The nonnative tree species Russian-olive (Elaeagnus angustifolia) has a detrimental effect on common Utah Subser.
palustres. book, Utah, the frequency of common spikerush was significantly (p. Strandhede S.-O. () Morphologic variation and taxonomy in European Eleocharis subser.
Palustres. Opera Bot. 10(2): Šturm R. & Bačič T. () Eleocharis palustris group (Eleocharis R. subser. Eleocharis) in Slovenia: revision in herbarium LJU (in Slovenian).
Hladnikia Cytogeographical survey ofEleocharis aris in Europe 1:Eleocharis palustris Article (PDF Available) in Folia Geobotanica 39(3) September with Reads.
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They are referred to in the text by their Roman numbers. Nilsson RH, Kristiansson E. Variation of Chrysichthys nigrodigitatus, C. maurus and C. auratus from the fish farm of Jacqueville were studied using morphometric and meristic analyses.
The morphological analysis included thirty nine morphometric measurements and eight meristic counts. The Principal Component Analysis and. Chromosome counts and morphological measurements were carried out on Eleocharis uniglumis s.
Strandhede S.-O. (): Chromosome studies inEleocharis, res. III. Observations on Western European Bot. 9/2: 1– Google Scholar. Strandhede S.-O. (): Morphologic variation and taxonomy in EuropeanEleocharis, subser. In the herbarium LJU we have done revision of common spike-rush group (Eleocharis R.
subser. Eleocharis=E. subser. Palustres Svenson =Eleocharis palustris agg.). The revision included a total of 81 herbarium collections (sheets) from Slovenia, which belonged to four taxa: E. uniglumis, E. palustris s. str., E. austriaca and E. mamillata.
In addition to macromorphological characters, we also. Cytogeography of Eleocharis subser. Eleocharis in Southeastern Europe Radim Pi k ner l) & Petr B ur e 2) l) Staré Hut¿ 83, 01 Uherské Hradišt¿; e-mail:[email protected] Morphologic variation and taxonomy in European Eleocharis subser.
Palustres. - opera Bot. 10(2): Keywords: Cyperaceae, Eleocharis austriacay E. ussuriensis, E. leptostylopodiata INTRODUCTION Most problems concerning the central and north European species of Eleocharis subser. Eleocharis (= E. subser. Palustres SVENSON) seemed to be solved by the exhaustive work of STRANDHEDE (, ).
Only Eleocharis mamillata subsp. austriaca remained. Abstract. Eleocharis mamillata is a widespread species in the temperate zone of Eurasia and North America. Populations in mountainous areas of Europe and Asia (the Pyrenees, Alps, Carpathians, Balkans, Ural, Caucasus, Altai) can be separated as subspeciesaustriaca differing mainly by the stylopodium shape from the nominate subspecies.
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Strandhede S-O. () Morphologic variation and taxonomy in European Eleocharis, subser. Palustres. Opera Botanica 10(2): 1– pubblicazione: Stokes C.A. & al. () Seed biology and ecology of natalgrass (Melinis repens). Weed Science 59(4): – pubblicazione. Abstract. Eleocharis subarticulata is recorded as the third species of Cyperaceae with a reduced chromosome number (n = 3), following reports on Rhynchospora tenuis (n = 2) and Fimbristylis umbellaris (n = 3).
For Eleocharis, the numbers recorded to date vary from 2n = 10 to 2n = c.with x = 5 as the possible basic number. The karyotype of E.
subarticulata was studied using conventional.CYTOTAXONOMIC STUDIES IN ELEOCHARIS SUBSER. PALUSTRES: CENTRAL UNITED STATES TAXA' LARRY J. HARMS' Department of Botany, North Dakota State University, Fargo A B S T R A C T Comparative chromosomal and morphological studies indicate that four species are present in .Relationship between taxonomy and molecular divergence Family and crustacean pattern.
Within all families, our analysis shows for both COI and 16S a general increase of the molecular divergence with the taxonomic rank. This would suggest that morphological taxonomy is roughly in agreement with DNA evolution.