2 edition of Jamaican species of Columnea and Alloplectus (Gesneriaceae). found in the catalog.
Jamaican species of Columnea and Alloplectus (Gesneriaceae).
William T. Stearn
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This page was last edited on 14 December , at Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may Columnea: Species: C. domingensis. Binomial name; Columnea domingensis (Urb.) B.D. Morley. Columnea domingensis is a species of plant in the family Gesneriaceae. According to Liogier it can be found in the Dominican Republic and in Haiti. References External links. Media related to Clade: Tracheophytes.
*Observations on a computer-aided survey of the Jamaican species of Columnea and Alloplectus. In V. H. Heywood (Ed.), Modern Methods in Plant Taxonomy: (). (Editor & part-author) Wild Flowers of Greece painted b y Niki A. Goulandris, Text b y C. N. Goulimis. pages. Paraphyly of Section Stygnanthe (Columnea, Gesneriaceae), a New Section Inferred from ITS and Chloroplast DNA Data, and a Revision of the Species of Section Angustiflorae Syst. Bot. Sherk, L. C. and R. E. Lee.
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The Jamaican species of Columnea and Alloplectus (Gesneriaceae) (Bulletin of the British Museum) Paperback – January 1, by William Thomas Stearn (Author)Author: William Thomas Stearn. The Jamaican species of Columnea and Alloplectus (Gesneriaceae) (Bulletin of the British Museum) Jan 1, by William T.
Stearn Paperback. Polyploidy, the Nucleotype, and Novelty: The Impact of Genome Doubling on the Biology of the Cell. Doyle et al. A Flower in Fruit’s Clothing: Pollination of Jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus, Moraceae) by a New Species of Gall Midge, Clinodiplosis ultracrepidatasp.
nov. (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae) Gardner et : James F. Smith, Maggie T.-Y. Ooi, Lacie J. Schulte, Keron C. Campbell, Judeen Meikle, John L. Books by Stearn, W.T. at Pemberley Natural History Books. COVID Notice Please read our notice regarding COVID (Coronavirus)Missing: Columnea.
Gesneriaceae is one of the families where hybridization is common (Ellstrand et al. ): genera in which natural hybrids have been found are the New World Columnea Linnaeus ( ; Morley. The Jamaican species of Columnea and Alloplectus (Gesneriaceae).
Bull. Mus. West Indies, Jamaica. nut. Hist. (Bot.), 4: The readership of this book is a varied one. Some will know. A Revision of the Macaronesian Genus Argyranthemum Webb ex Schultz BIP. (Compositae-Anthemideae) by Humphries, C.j.
at Pemberley Books. Título: The Jamaican Species of Columnea and Alloplectus (Gesneriaceae) Creador: William Thomas Stearn Género: Alloplectus Impresora: no defined Identidad Clave: 1EtEAAAAYAAJ Código del libro: CORNELL Oficiales de Idiomas: CORNELL El número de hojas: Lanzamiento: Creeping alloplectus, Alloplectus repens.
Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn and lithographed by Walter Hood Fitch for Sir William Jackson Hooker's 'Curtis's Botanical Magazine,' London, Reeve Brothers, Fitch () was a tireless Scottish artist who drew over 2, lithographs for the 'Botanical Magazine' starting from A total of taxa are listed: species endemic to Jamaica, 22 varieties endemic to Jamaica and 22 species endemic to the Greater Antilles; taxa are assessed as Rare, as Vulnerable, Columnea crassifolia – Smaller growing compact species, also easier to grow than some others.
Columnea microphylla – Very strong long trailing habit. Columnea Care. Columnea are epiphytic and require a very open potting mix. Most species are trailing plants and the majority are from from Central and South America.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Stearn, William T. (William Thomas), Jamaican species of Columnea and Alloplectus (Gesneriaceae). The conservation status of the Jamaican flora is analysed according to the criteria of the IUCN.
A total of taxa are listed: species endemic to Jamaica, 22 varieties endemic to Jamaica and 22 species endemic to the Greater Antilles; taxa are assessed as Rare, as Vulnerable, 91 as Endangered and 52 as Indeterminate (apparently extinct).Cited by: Columnea rubriacuta, C.
gigantifolia and C. nov. were recovered in clade A that includes all of the sampled species from section Collandra.
Columnea moorei was recovered as part of clade B that includes all sampled species of section Columnea. Analyses of the dataset that included all combined data, but missing nrDNA sequences for the four Cited by: 5.
A unique overview of popular plants in cultivation that belong to the Gesneriad family, including African Violets, Columnea, Streptocarpus, Gloxinia and others.
Learn to differentiate between these significant genera, and to understand the different cultural requirements for these and other cultivated gesneriads.
nized species of Alloplectus were shown to nest in Drymonia. A third species (Crantzia in Fig-ure ID and " Alloplectus cristatus " in Clark & Zimmer ) was shown to be unrelated to oth-er traditionally recognized genera. Figure IE. Alloplectus and Columnea form a. A breeding programme using Jamaican species of Columnea demonstrated that a majority are interfertile, and made possible the synthesis of artificial hybrids between C.
urbanii Stearn and C. rutilans Swartz resembling wild plants previously suspected to be of hybrid : MORLEY, BRIAN. Grow columnea in bright light, but out of direct sun. Too much of the sun's rays can cause this houseplant's leaves to develop sunburn. It grows equally well in natural as artificial light, so columnea is a fab choice for corporate offices.
If the plant gets enough light, it produces colorful red or orange flowers. Statistics. The Plant List includes scientific plant names of species rank for the genus these are accepted species names.
The Plant List includes a further 30 scientific plant names of infraspecific rank for the genus do not intend The Plant List to be complete for names of infraspecific rank.
These are primarily included because names of species rank are. William T. Stearn has written: 'Peonies of Greece' 'Botanical Latin' 'The Jamaican species of Columnea and Alloplectus (Gesneriaceae)' 'Botanical gardens and botanical literature in.
The Jamaican species of Columnea and Alloplectus (Gesneriaceae) John Lindley, gardener-botanist and pioneer orchidologist bicentenary celebration volume: Lilies, and related flowers, Lilies of the world, their cultivation & classification: Link, Klotzsch and Otto's "Icones plantarum hortirefii botanici Berolinensis".Columnea sections from most Alloplectus, which have capsular fruits.
The Caribbean "Alloplectus" species may, for example, relate to sect. Stygnanthe or Collandra in Columnea by having berry fruits.
More observations on fruit 1I wish to thank the Directors .Columnea consanguinea is a species of flowering plants in the genus are endemic to Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Nicaragua, and are distinctive for possessing red translucent heart-shaped markings on their leaves that serve to attract their main pollinators - the hummingbird Heliodoxa jacula - to their more inconspicuous : Tracheophytes.