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|Other titles||Genus Carex L. (Cyperaceae) in Europe|
|LC Classifications||QK495.C997 K66 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1- > :|
|LC Control Number||2012396600|
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Carex Europaea, Volume 1: The Genus Carex L. (Cyperaceae) in Europe is primarily useful for European users, being scholars, specialists, professionals, botanists of every part of the continent, ecologists, naturalists, and all kinds of students of natural history, and public or private organizations involved in environment and plant protection.
This e-paper is a documentary book about the nomenclature and distribution of European taxa and hybrids within the genus Carex L. (Cyperaceae). Of all European taxa are given their Accepted Names and all known synonyms both with full citation. Altogether there are about names : CD-ROM.
An essential reference to the genus Carex, commonly known as sedges, in Europe. book reviews and letters. Subscriptions from £30 per year.
Go to British Wildlife Carex Europaea. An essential reference to the genus Carex, commonly known as sedges, in Europe. Thorough attention is paid to all taxa and hybrids of the genus Carex L. (Cyperaceae) in Europe. It is first of all a documentary book about the nomenclature and distri- bution of European Carices.
Of all European taxa are given their Accepted Names and all known synonyms, both with full citation. Altogether there are about 4, names involved. Carex buekii Wimmer ( 83) is the name currently applied Carex Europaea book a species belonging to Carex sect. Phacocystis Dumortier () (Cyperaceae) that occurs throughout Central-Eastern Europe to SW.
Flora Europaea, published in five volumes over three decades, remains the definitive reference for the identification of ferns, conifers, and flowering plants growing wild or widely cultivated in Europe.
Now available on CD-ROM, the entire text has been faithfully reproduced and uniquely enhanced to include interactive identification keys, a. Noteworthy Characteristics.
Carex elata is a dense, clump-forming sedge rising ' tall which is grown for its foliage effect. Grass-like, sharply keeled, dark green leaves are up to 30" long.
Commonly called tufted sedge. Insignificant flowers appear in May on inflorescences of staminate and pistulate spikes which are not showy but are noticeable and persist into July.
From inside the book. What people Ausbildung ausgeprägt besiedelt besonders Bestände Betula bildet Birke Böden bodensauren Buche Buchenwald Calamagrostis Carex Carpinus communis dominieren dominiert Dryopteris Eiche Einheit Erica Esche Europa europaea extremen Fagetum Fagus fehlen ferner Festuca feuchten Fichte Fichtenwald Fraxinus.
PREFACE. Our knowledge of the present and past fauna of Europe is as yet insufficient to indicate with precision the original homes of its component elements, but I hope that the lines of research laid down here, and the method of treatment adopted, will aid zoologists and geologists in collecting materials for a more comprehensive study of the history of our animals.
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Koopman J. Carex Europaea, volume 1, 2 nd edition, e-book. Margraf Publishers, Weikersheim. The section Ammoglochin Dum.
(Carex, Cyperaceae) in the Netherlands Article (PDF Available) in Gorteria 38(2) July with Reads. From inside the book. What people are Abietetum polonicum acidofilne acidofilnych Alno-Ulmion boru bory buczyn Calamagrostio Carex Charakterystyka florystyczno-fitosocjologiczna Charakterystyka ogólna dąbrowy dąbrów Dentario dolnoreglowe Dryopteris drzewostan drzewostanu europaea Fagetalia Fagion Festuca Carex Europaea book fitocenoz.
Carex Europaea, volume 1. Book. The genus Carex (Cyperaceae) in Poland Jacob Koopman, Helena Więcław & Piotr Kobierski The authors have in. Check other web resources for Carex pendula Huds.
Flora Europaea: Database of European Plants (ESFEDS) ePIC: Electronic Plant Information Centre of Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Abstract. The population structure of Carex dioica – a rare boggy species in Ukraine – has been studied for the first time.
As a result, five types of spatial arrangement of C. dioica individuals, depending on their reproduction and living conditions, were established: scattered-diffuse, densely-diffuse, group, spotted and mosaic.
Intensive vegetative propagation (often in the. Carex cespitosa L. (Cyperaceae) has been traditionally regarded as widespread in Europe, being reported from most r, its distribution is currently overestimated due to the ambiguous use of the name C. cespitosa, together with frequent taxonomic confusion, mainly with the closely related C.
elata All. and C. nigra (L.) Reichard. We present a critical Cited by: 3. Jacob Koopman English Language Editor of the journal "Nature Conservation Research" Academic degree, title, position: PhD degree; freelance scientist from the Netherlands, living in Poland since Research interests: Vascular plants in general, the genus Carex (Cyperaceae) in Europe in particular; Bryophyta.
Scientometric indicators: Web of Science. The sedges (Carex L.) of Russia and adjacent states. Note: in Russian; Euro+Med Editorial Committee.
Euro+Med Plantbase: the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity (on-line resource). FNA Editorial Committee.
Flora of North America. Koopman, J. Carex europaea: the genus Carex L. (Cyperaceae) in Europe, 1. U.S. National Plant Germplasm System COVID Update, Ma Shipments may be delayed requesting germplasm, scientists should consider their capacity to. Carex pallidula is a European species which is often overlooked because it is similar in appearance to C.
far, this species has been recorded from ten European countries. During herbarium studies in andthe occurrence of C. pallidula was confirmed for another six European countries (Albania, Austria, Greece, Romania, Serbia, and Switzerland), Cited by: 1. We studied the competition between mycorrhiza-forming Trientalis europaea L.
and nonmycorrhizal Carex bigelowii Torrey ex Schweinitz in a climate chamber experiment. The plants were grown either singly or together with a conspecific or heterospecific individual, with arbuscular mycorrhizal inoculum present or by: 8. 18 Bathurst Walk, Iver, Buckinghamshire, SL0 9AZ, U.K.
Tel: +44 (0) / Fax: +44 (0) Email: [email protected]@ Ferrez Y. & Trivaudey M.-J. () – A propos de Carex melanostachya Willdenow dans le val de Saône. Monde Pl. Koopman J. () – Carex Europaea. Carex pendula (pendulous sedge, also known as hanging, drooping or weeping sedge) is a large sedge of the genus occurs in woodland, scrubland, hedges and beside streams, preferring damp, heavy clay is sometimes grown as a garden plant because of its distinctive appearance.
It is native to western, central and southern parts of Europe occurring Family: Cyperaceae. is an internet online database of the wild plants growing on the islands of Malta and Gozo.
This is the profile for the plant - Carex divisa / Divided Sedge / Sogħda kommuni. Each plant profile in the database contains nomenclature info, botanical data, plant description, large, high-resolution pictures, images and photos of the plants and its parts.
Find some of my artworks here created over the last few years. I intend to dig deeper for early works too. Feedback welcomed. Carex microglochin in World Checklist of Selected Plant Families. The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Published on the internet.
Accessed: Jan International Plant Names Index. Carex microglochin. Published online. Accessed Jan 27 Govaerts, R.
et al. Carex microglochin in Kew Science Plants of the. Brom erec to Carex host: Carex lepor to Chaeroph tem: Cham nobil to Coton hor: Coton sim to Drosera angl: Drosera int to Erodium cicut: Erod marit to Galeopsis tet: Galins parv to Groenlandia: Gyma con to Hyper tet: Hypochaer rad to Lamium mac.
Carex is a vast genus of more than 2, species of grass-like plants in the family Cyperaceae, commonly known as sedges (or seg, in older books).Other members of the family Cyperaceae are also called sedges, however those of genus Carex may be called true sedges, and it is the most species-rich genus in the study of Carex is known as : Cyperaceae.
Rarer species are expected to show stronger geographic differentiation than more common species. However, if rare species hybridize with common species, differentiation may be quite similar between the two due to genetic admixing via backcrossing.
We studied morphological differentiation of plants of 21 natural populations of the more common Carex flava, 16 of the less common Carex Cited by: 2. : Carmex Moisture Plus Lip Balm SPF 15 Clear, Gloss Finish, Soft Vanilla Flavor, Assorted Colors oz: Lip Balms And Moisturizers: Beauty/5(84).
Documenta CIBA-GEIGY (Grass weeds 1.2. ; Monocot weeds 3. ; Dicot weeds 1. ) Note: four books on weeds worldwide in scope Davis, P. H., ed. Flora of Turkey and the east Aegean islands. GRIN-Global Help: About GRIN-Global Systematics of the Acutae group of Carex (Cyperaceae) in the Pacific Northwest.
Syst. Bot. Monogr. Tutin, T. et al., eds. Flora europaea. Check other web resources for Carex aquatilis Wahlenb.: Flora Europaea: Database of European Plants (ESFEDS) Flora of North America. Elachista cinereopunctella is a moth of the family Elachistidae found in Europe. Description.
The wingspan is 7–9 millimetres (– in). The larvae feed on Carex digitata, rare spring sedge (Carex ericetorum), glaucous sedge (Carex flacca), dwarf sedge (Carex humilis), Carex ornithopoda, Carex pilosa, tufted hairgrass (Deschampsia cespitosa), melic grass (Melica Family: Elachistidae.
BOOK REVIEWS Vest; and still others for purely nomenclatural reasons, bringing the nomenclature more up to date, e.g. Euphrasia arctica Lge. ex Rostr. is replaced by E. frigida Pugsley. With regard to the pteridophytes, the generic names follow Flora Europaea. Carex arenaria, or sand sedge, is a species of perennial sedge of the genus Carex which is commonly found growing in dunes and other sandy habitats, as the species epithet suggests (Latin arenarius, "sandy").It grows by long stolons under the soil surface.
External links. Flora Europaea: Carex arenaria L. ; Nordic virtual floraFamily: Cyperaceae. Elachista utonella is a moth of the family Elachistidae found in Asia and Eruope. Description. The wingspan is 8–9 millimetres (– in). There is one generation per year in Great Britain, but there are possibly two generations in continental : Elachistidae.
Morphology and microscopy. arvensis Linn. is an annual herb, not generally exceeding 15 cm in height. Leaves lance-shaped; stem slender, hairy; inflorescence single flower head up to 4 cm wide with bright yellow to yellow-orange ray florets around a center of yellow disc florets.[25,26]C.
officinalis Linn. [Figure 1] is an annual or biennial plant attaining height of cm. Leaves. Carex bigelowii is a species of sedge known by the common names Bigelow's sedge, Gwanmo sedge, and stiff sedge.
It has an Arctic–alpine distribution in Eurasia and North America, and grows up to 50 centimetres (20 in) tall in a variety of : Cyperaceae. is an internet online database of the wild plants growing on the islands of Malta and Gozo. This is the profile for the plant - Carex flacca subsp.
serrulata / Glacuous Sedge / Sogħda tax-xagħri. Each plant profile in the database contains nomenclature info, botanical data, plant description, large, high-resolution pictures, images and photos of the .Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion Librivox Free Audiobook Biunix Believe and Follow Podcast Talk to Strangers Esto con los milicos no pasaba Hablando en Libertad It's Okay Dead Pool Podcast.
Trientalis europaea is a native herb of open pine‐woods, sessile oak‐birchwoods and heather‐moors, among moss in damp grassy places, usually rooting in humus, and mostly absent from both the driest and the wettest sites.
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