2 edition of genus Melochia L. (Sterculiaceae) found in the catalog.
genus Melochia L. (Sterculiaceae)
|Statement||by Aaron Goldberg.|
|Series||Contributions from the United States National Herbarium -- v. 34, pt. 5., Systematic plant studies|
|Contributions||United States National Museum.|
|LC Classifications||QK1 .U5 v.34 pt.5, QK1 .U5 v.34 pt.5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||191-363 p., 9 p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||363|
|LC Control Number||67062198|
The Melochia cordata Burm. f. when transferred to the genus Sida becomes Sida cordata (Burm. f.) Borssum Waalkes. ii. When Antirrhinum spurium L. was transferred to the genus Linaria by Miller, it becomes Linaria spuria (L.) Mill. "Towards a revision of Pseudobombax Dugand (Malvaceae- Bombacoideae): typification of names published by E. Hassler and R. Chodat in the related genus Bombax L." Candollea 69 (1)– Dorr, Laurence J.
Page 30 30 MINOR PRODUCTS OF PHILIPPINE FORESTS Genus GRAMMATOPHYLLUM GRAMMATOPHYLLUM MEASURESIANUM Weathers. Grammatophyllum measuresianum has many bulbous stems, which are slightly compressed and vary in length from 20 to 40 centimeters. stout spines, and contains many seeds. * Greenish, H. G., A text book of materia medica, . The genus Melochia L. (Sterculiaceae). Contr U S Natl Herb. ; 34 2 Bhakuni R S, Shukla Y N, Thakur R S. Melochicorine, a pseudooxindole alkaloid from Melochia corchorifolia. Phytochemistry. ; 9 Cited by: 5.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Goldberg, Aaron. Genus Melochia L. (Sterculiaceae). Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, (OCoLC) Melochia corchorifolia, the chocolateweed, is a weedy tropical plant that is typically seen in the has been most frequently observed to grow in open areas, such as highways.
Although Melochia corchorifolia does not have any common usage, it has been utilized as a homeopathic remedy.
Its weedy and invasive characteristic inhibits its wider : Malvaceae. Melochia is a genus of flowering plants in the mallow family, comprises 54 species from the tropical and subtropical regions of the world, ranging from India eastwards through Malesia and the Pacific Islands to the Americas and the Caribbean.
Some taxonomy books have placed genus Melochia in family Sterculiaceae, but Sterculiaceae is now generally considered Family: Malvaceae. Melochia: Other Source(s): Source: Malvales of North America Update, database (version ) Acquired: Notes: Updated for ITIS by the Flora of North America Expertise Network, in connection with an update for USDA PLANTS () Reference for: Melochia: Source: NODC Taxonomic Code, database (version ) Acquired: Notes Biological classification: Genus.
Melochia genus Melochia L. book Other Source(s): Source: Malvales of North America Update, database (version ) Acquired: Notes: Updated for ITIS by the Flora of North America Expertise Network, in connection with an update for USDA PLANTS () Reference for: Melochia tomentosa: Source: The PLANTS Database, database (version Biological classification: Species.
Genus: Melochia: Family: Malvaceae: Subfamily: Byttnerioideae: Tribe: Hermannieae: Nomen number: Place of publication: Sp.nom.
cons. Wagner, W. et al. Manual of the flowering plants of Hawai'i Manual of the flowering plants of Hawai'i Check other web resources for Melochia umbellata (Houtt.). Erect branched herbs. Young stem, petioles, bracts and calyx lobes stellate hairy mixed with simple hairs.
Leaves varying in size and shape, 2 - 5 x 1 - cm, ovate- oblong, cordate or attenuate at base, margin serrate, acute at apex, sparsely hairy on. This page was last edited on 14 Julyat Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may using.
Book reviewed in this article: Methods for Estimating Primary Production of Forests. I.B.P. Handbook No. By P. Newbould. The Teaching of Ecology. British Ecological Society Symposium No. A key is given for the two Melochia L. species occurring in Singapore. Keywords. Conservation assessment, Flora, lectotypification Introduction The genus Melochia L.
has about 54 species mainly in the Americas, along with two species in Asia. Traditionally, Melochia has been placed in the family Sterculiaceae.
However, phylogenetic analysis. References  Primary references . De Candolle, A.P. Ordo XXVI. Byttneriaceae. – in Prodromus systematis naturalis regni vegetabilis, sive enumeratio contracta ordinum generum specierumque plantarum huc usque cognitarum, juxta methodi naturalis normas digesta, Pars 1, Sistens Thalamiflorarum ordines LIV.
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Melochia L. species are morphologically characterized by a pentacarpelar gynoecium with free papillose styles at the apex, whereas some are connate. The. Abstract. The present chapter more than triples the number of plants identified in the Voynich Codex, from 4 species identified in by Rev.
Hugh O’Neill, to 37 by Tucker and Talbert into 55 species by Tucker and Janick inand to 57 species in Tucker and Janick (, Chap. 4).The phytomorphs in the Voynich Codex are listed alphabetically by Author: Arthur O.
Tucker, Jules Janick. ITIS link: Melochia tomentosa L. BioLib link: Melochia tomentosa L. Catalogue of Life link: Melochia tomentosa L.
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new genus and species, respectively. Dalla Torre & Harms () listed Riddelia and Antiphyla as taxonomic synonyms of Melochia L. (Sterculiaceae). Perhaps Riddelia Raf. was misinterpreted as yet another orthographic variant of Riedlea Vent. (= Melochia), along with. Linneaus named the genus Lechea for Swedish botanist Johan Leche (–), who taught in Finland and is regarded as the father of Finnish meteorology and space research, based on his documentation of the northern lights and early measurements of air temperature in collaboration with Anders Celsius.Title Page Page ii Page iii Title Page Page III Subclass level classification follows Chase, M.W.
& Reveal, J.L., A phylogenetic classification of the land plants to accompany APG III. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society,– Genera and species of Angiosperms are presented in families following family circumscriptions in The Angiosperm Phylogeny Group,