2 edition of synopsis of the indigenous genera of Pacific Rubiaceae found in the catalog.
synopsis of the indigenous genera of Pacific Rubiaceae
Steven P. Darwin
|Statement||by Steven P. Darwin.|
|Series||Allertonia ;, v. 2, no. 1|
|LC Classifications||QK495.R85 D36|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||44 p. :|
|Number of Pages||44|
|LC Control Number||79102415|
Members of the Rubiaceae family are found all over the world. The greatest centers of diversity are found in Central and South America, Africa, Madagascar, Asia, and the tropical Pacific islands. The genus Coffea contains more than 50 species, nearly all of which are native to Africa and Madagascar. These evergreen plants typically grow as a. One table includes a statistical summary of floweringplant taxa: ca. , species of 12, genera, families, and subfamilies and undivided families in 28 superorders, 71 orders, and 71 suborders of Angiospermae. Three other tables summarize the known indigenous distribution of the families and subfamilies of angiosperms about the world.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Darwin, Steven P. Synopsis of the indigenous genera of Pacific Rubiaceae. Lawai, Hawaii: Pacific Tropical Botanical Garden, 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. Full list of the genera in the family the generic name is for an accepted genus, it will appear in bold italics followed by the author(s).
If the name is a synonym, it will appear in italics followed by an equals sign (=) and the accepted name to which it is referred.
Detailed, up to date information can be found on World Checklist of Rubiaceae. Rubiaceae. In: A. Smith, Flora Vitiensis Nova - A New Flora of Fiji.
4: National Tropical Botanical Garden Press; Darwin, SP. A synopsis of the indigenous genera of Pacific Rubiaceae. Pacific Tropical Botanical Garden The Pacific species of Ophiorrhiza L.
(Rubiaceae). Harold L. Lyon Arboretum. PETER K. ENDRESS, in Homoplasy, Rubiaceae. Striking characters of some Rubiaceae are enlarged, often petal-like sepals. This is known from some (but not all) genera of 10 different tribes and, thus, must have evolved several times in parallel (Verdcourt ; Schnell ; Robbrecht ; Bremer and Struwe ).It is an example of a homoplastic tendency of a family, i.e., the frequent.
Kadua is a genus of flowering plants in the family comprises 29 species, all restricted to -two of these are endemic to the Hawaiian of the species are common at high are single-island endemics or very rare, and a few are probably extinct. Kadua affinis is widely distributed in Hawaii and is polymorphic.
Book: Rubiaceae of Thailand: a pictorial guide to indigenous and cultivated genera + pp. ref Abstract: Following a general introduction to the family and its character states (life forms, leaves and stipules, inflorescences and flowers, pollination biology, and fruits), indigenous genera and non-indigenous Thai Rubiaceae.
A list of all accepted names in Rubiaceae is available in CSV format. Statistics. Species of Rubiaceae contained within The Plant List belong to plant genera.
The Plant List inclu scientific plant names of species rank for the family Rubiaceae. Of th are accepted species names. Attaching a link of my blog written synopsis of the indigenous genera of Pacific Rubiaceae book years back.
FAMILY OF THE WEEK: RUBIACEAE. Rubiaceae is a large family. In India there are about 76 genera and species occurring chiefly in the tropical and subtropical Eastern Himalayas extending up to meters and. In cases where given genera are represented by numerous, often endemic, but closely related species (i.e.
when a given genera exhibits wide speciation), the first name will consist of the genus name, followed by spp., with the binomials of closely related, usually indigenous Pacific Island species of this genera. Genera  For a full list, see List of Rubiaceae genera.
According to the World Checklist of Rubiaceae, genera species were accepted as of  Psychotria, with species, is the largest genus within the family, and the third-largest genus of the angiosperms, after the legume Astragalus and the orchid -nine other genera also have more than species.
Rubiaceae, the madder family (order Gentianales) of flowering plants, consisting of genera with more t species of herbs, shrubs, and trees. The family is distributed primarily in tropical areas of the world. Economically important species include coffee and numerous ornamental plants.
Rubiaceae is a family of flowering plants, variously called the madder, bedstraw, or coffee family. There are about genera and more t species in Rubiaceae. There are three subfamilies: Rubioideae, Cinchonoideae and Ixoroideae. References synopsis of the indigenous genera of Pacific Rubiaceae book other websites.
It looks like little green, fuzzy testicles. The Madder family is large, consisting of some genera and 6, to 7, species, most of them in tropical climates. There are about 20 genera native to the United States, mostly in Florida with some species occurring in the southwestern states.
The first part is short, including a list of most of the genera recorded in Thailand and a scientific description of Rubiaceae.
The list of genera clearly indicates the indigenous and nonindigenous Rubiaceae genera of Thailand, and these have been illustrated in the book.
Part 2 comprises a detailed overview of Rubiaceae morphology. A tropical flora summarized - A statistical analysis of the vascular plant diversity of Malaya I.M.
Turner, School of Biological Sciences, National University of Singapore, Singapore School of Biological Sciences National University of Singapore Singapore Summary The flora of Malaya (Peninsular Malaysia and the Republic of Singapore) contains, at the latest estimate, species.
The psychoactive plant taxa were categorized according to the ethnic groups they were associated with: Native American (including North, Central and South America, 49 genera), European (15), Temperate Asian (including China, Russia, 10), Middle Eastern and African (19), Indomalayan (including India and Southeast Asia, 10), Australasia (including Australia, New Guinea, New Zealand, Pacific.
- 3 - Matt K. Matsuda, Pacific Worlds: A History of Seas, Peoples and Cultures (Cambridge, ). ISBN Katerina Martina Teaiwa, Consuming Ocean Island: Stories of People and Phosphate from Banaba (Bloomington, ).
ISBN Nicholas Thomas, Islanders: The Pacific in the Age of Empire (New Haven, ). ISBN All these books (marked † below) will be. For documenting flora of India that is being discussed on efloraofindia google e-group along with supplementing the working of the group. Efloraofindia (earlier Indiantreepix) is the largest Google e-group in the world in this field & largest nature related in India devoted to creating awareness, helping in identification etc.
along with discussion & documentation of Indian Flora. Tafuna (Samoan: Tāfuna) is a village on the east coast of Tutuila Island, American is located on a mile north of Pago Pago International Airport (Tafuna Airport) and one mile south of Nu'uuli, American Ottoville district is a part of Tafuna.
Near the Catholic church at Ottoville is an archeological park containing a well-preserved ancient Polynesian mound as well as a. Indigenous peoples live on all continents, from the Arctic to the Pacific, via Asia, Africa and the Americas.
There is no singularly authoritative definition of indigenous peoples under international law and policy, and the Indig-enous Declaration does not set out any definition.
In fact, its articles 9 and. This flora, in eight volumes, keys, describes and illustrates all of the flowering plants and vascular non-flowering plants, both native and naturalized within the borders of British Columbia.
Keys are included for all genera, species, subspecies and varieties. Native of: Mauritius, India, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines; naturalized elsewhere References: Catalogue of life The Plant List Ver.
WCSP GRIN Dinesh Valke’s Flickr Post Flowers of India PIER Flora of Thailand Aluka - Entry for SPERMACOCE ocymoides Burm. [family RUBIACEAE] Aluka - Filed as Borreria ocymoides (Burm.). "On the other hand, genera are monotypic; together they account for more than a third of all genera in the Rubiaceae, but fewer than 1% of all species" err, species is more than 1% of 13, species — Preceding unsigned comment added by21 June (UTC).
Rubiaceae de Jussieu The Rubiaceae is a family of about genera including s species of herbs and shrubby plants and the fourth largest family of flowering plants after the Asteraceae, Orchidaceae and Fabaceae. Important members of the family include Coffea (coffee), Gardenia, Cinchona (Quinine and other alkaloids), Rubia tinctorum (source of Madder, a natural dye) and.
Keywords: Rubiaceae, dating, divergence times, Bayesian inference, phylogeny. Online enhancements: appendixes. Introduction Rubiaceae represent one of the ﬁve most species-rich ﬂow-ering plant families, with ;13, species (Goevarts et al.
) classiﬁed in ; genera, more than 40 tribes, and three subfamilies. Rubiaceae Week: Spermadictyon suaveolens from Morni Hills and Shimla: This one is one of the few Rubiaceae members I have with me to share.
Shot at different times in and from Morni Hills and Shimla Hamiltonia suaveolens Roxb., Hort. Beng. 15, ; Spermadictyon suaveolens Roxb., Pl.
Cor. Rubiaceae famil yppt yvani Katta Vani. Rubiaceae Vera Tuibeo. Rubiaceae Vera Tuibeo. DISTRIBUIÇÃO GEOGRÁFICA DE ESPÉCIES DO BIOMA MATA ATLÂNTICA COM POTENCIAL DE paulakettenhuber. Coffea arabica uses ppt,vsr&nvr college,tenali Katta Vani. English.
An Rubiaceae in uska familia han Magnoliopsida. An 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.
Family Rubiaceae – Madder family: Contains 90 Genera and accepted taxa overall: Down one level: Genus Aidia Lour. P: Genus Antirhea Comm. ex Juss. – quina P: Genus Asperula L. – woodruff P: Genus Badusa A. Gray P: Genus Bikkia Reinw.
P: Genus Bobea Gaudich. – 'ahakea P: Genus Bouvardia Salisb. – bouvardia P: Genus Calycophyllum. The summary phylogenetic tree of Rubiaceae (Fig. 58) shows three major clades, which correspond to a certain extent with three of the four subfamilies recognized by Robbrecht (a): Rubioideae, Cinchonoideaeand Ixoroideae s Rubiaceae adalah salah satu suku tumbuhan t Sistem Klasifikasi APG II suku ini termasuk dalam bangsa Gentianales.
Suku ini terdiri atas pepohonan, perdu, liana, atau herbal yang tumbuh di atas tanah. Termasuk di dalamnya sejumlah tumbuhan penghasil alkaloid penting seperti kafeina (dalam kopi yang dihasilkan dari beberapa jenis Coffea) dan kinina (dari kulit batang Cinchona).
The genus overview within the Rubiaceae of Thailand: A Pictorial Guide to Indigenous and Cultivated Genera by Puff et al. ( ) is a useful recent reference. Some morphological features that are characteristic of the Rubiaceae have been described, measured, and named very differently by different authors, and the differing terminology.
Africa, tropical and subtropical Asia, introduced elsewhere. Throughout the Philippines. Often common in and near settlements, gardens, waste places, etc.
Note: According to the Global Rubiaceae Checklist, identity of Philippine plants so-named uncertain. The New Zealand native Coprosma repens is a commonly used plant for hedges. The south African Rothmannia globosa is seen as a specimen tree in horticulture.
Rose madder, the crushed root of Rubia tinctorum, yields a red dye, and the tropical Morinda citrifolia yields a yellow dye. Genera For a full list, see List of Rubiaceae genera References. Doyle and Fuller () have revised the palm flora to consist of 30 described species in 15 genera of which 14 genera and 24 species are considered indigenous, and of these, all 24 species and one genus are endemic to Fiji.
All but one of Fiji’s endemic palms are forest species and the status of at least 12 (50%) are of conservation concern. A synopsis of the Rubiaceae of the states of Mato Grosso and Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil, with a key to genera, and a preliminary species list Revista de Biologia Neotropical 3: Reynolds, S.T.
& Forster, P.I. A taxonomic revision of Ixora L. (Rubiaceae: Ixoroideae) in Australia Austrobaileya 7: Chamchumroon, V. Hedyotis and related genera (here called the Hedyotis-Oldenlandia complex) are highly debated groups in the Rubiaceae family with no consensus to date on their generic delimitations.
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.
Traditional Trees of Pacific Islands: The Culture, Environment And Use [Craig R. Elevitch, Craig R. Elevitch] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Traditional Trees of Pacific Islands: The Culture, Environment And UseReviews: 1. Figueiredo, E.
(). The Rubiaceae of Cabinda (Angola) Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society Delprete, P.G. & Cortés-B., R. ( publ. ). A synopsis of the Rubiaceae of the states of Mato Grosso and Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil, with a key to genera, and a preliminary species list Revista de Biologia Neotropical 3: The Native Hawaiian Species ofMorinda (Rubiaceae) Hawaiian Plant Studies HAROLD ST.
JOHN 2 As ON MOST OTHER ISLANDS in the tropical Pacific Morinda citrifolia L. occurs on the Hawaiian Islands. It was an economic plant for the aboriginal people who used it as a dye plant and as a medicine.Rubiaceae stipules have a wide variety of forms, and are often important characters for vegetative identification of the plants.
Gentry (, p. ) has a useful illustration of the stipules of various genera. Most Rubiaceae have decussate leaves (i.e., opposite leaves in two ranks 90° apart).