2 edition of Osmundaceae found in the catalog.
by Published on behalf of the East African Governments by A.A. Balkema, Royal Botanic Gardens in Rotterdam, Kew, Richmond, Surrey
Written in English
|Statement||by B. Verdcourt.|
|Series||Flora of tropical East Africa|
|LC Classifications||QK524.O8 .V47 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p. :|
PDF | On Jan 1, , Jefferson Prado and others published Osmundaceae | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. Buy Flora of Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 1: Lycopodiaceae - Salicaceae (): NHBS - Peter Sell, Gina Murrell, Sarah Holme, Alan C Leslie, Stuart Max Walters, Arthur O Chater, R Gwynn Ellis, Philip H Oswald, Christopher D Preston, Cambridge University Press.
Recommended Uses: Useful as a specimen in moist areas. Its urn shape and orange spore producing fertile leaves make this fern attractive as an individual specimen in areas that have adequate moisture. Osmundaceae é a única família na ordem Osmundales, a mais pequena e antiga ordem de fetos leptosporangiados (Polypodiopsida).Ocupa uma importante posição filogenética como táxon irmão dos restantes leptosporangiados existentes (Hasebe et al. ,  Pryer et al. ,  Schuettpelz e Pryer ). Osmundaceae caracteriza-se por possuir rizomas com uma anatomia caraterística em Classe: Polypodiopsida.
Osmundaceae. 紫萁科 zi qi ke Authors: Zhang Xianchun, Kunio Iwatsuki & Yoko Kadokawa. Plants terrestrial, with mostly unbranched, often massive, erect, or shortly creeping, ascending, sometimes treelike trunk clothed in roots and persistent stipes, hairy at apex. Rhizome anatomy distinctive, an ectophloic siphonostele (with a pith of. Osmundaceae are considered intermediate in several respects between eusporangiate and leptosporangiate ferns. In the absence of sori, simultaneous maturation of spores, and development of sporangia from several initial cells, they are much like eusporangiate ferns.
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Evolution of the fern family Osmundaceae based on anatomical studies (University of Michigan. Museum of Paleontology Contributions) [Miller, Charles Nash] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Evolution of the fern family Osmundaceae based on anatomical studies (University of Michigan.
Museum of Paleontology Contributions)Author: Charles Nash Miller. Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Summary: This title deals with the family Osmundaceae - flora found in Eastern Africa.
It is intended as a reference guide for those concerned with the utilization and classification of these plants. Rating: (not yet rated).
A new Todea from New Guinea with remarks on the generic delimitation in recent Osmundaceae (Filices). Blumea – Blumea – Google Scholar. The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity by: Osmundaceae, the royal fern family, the only family of the fern order Osmundales.
A primitive group consisting of three present-day genera of large ferns— Osmunda, Todea, and Leptopteris—the family contains about 20 species; 5 to 10 extinct genera date from the Late Permian Period (about million to million years ago).
Thamnopteris and Zalesskya are the earliest known members of the. Page iii - The scope and nature of the work cannot Osmundaceae book better stated in brief than by quoting the opening paragraph of the authors' introduction: " The present work is the first complete Illustrated Flora published in this country.
Its aim is to illustrate and describe every species, from the Ferns upward, recognized as distinct by botanists and growing wild within the area adopted, and to. A list of all accepted names in Osmundaceae is available in CSV format. Statistics. Species of Osmundaceae contained within The Plant List belong to 3 plant genera.
The Plant List includes scientific plant names of species rank for the family Osmundaceae. Of these 13. Osmundaceae synonyms, Osmundaceae pronunciation, Osmundaceae translation, English dictionary definition of Osmundaceae.
Noun 1. Osmundaceae - large family of ferns widely distributed in temperate and tropical areas family Osmundaceae genus Osmunda - type genus of the. Contribute to Dave's Garden Add a New Plant to the List.
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Knott, James Edward, – Handbook for vegetable growers. Title. SBM —dc22 Printed in the United States of America Flora of Tropical East Africa - Osmundeaceae () - CRC Press Book This title deals with the family Osmundaceae - flora found in Eastern Africa. It is intended as a reference guide for those concerned with the utilization and classification of these plants.
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Stem morphotaxa assigned to the Osmundaceae are much more widespread in the Mesozoic and, like modern members of the family, are assigned to the subfamily Osmundoideae.
Most cannot be placed in modern genera and thus have been classed in a number of morphogenera. Miller () reviewed these forms and placed them in a new genus, Osmundacaulis, divided into three groups.
Wetland plants and plant communities of Minnesota & Wisconsin Steve D. Eggers, Donald M. Reed, United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Paul District Snippet view - Description: The Osmundaceae (royal fern family) is a family of four to six extant genera and 18–25 known species.
It is the only fern family of the order Osmundales an order in the class Polypodiopsida (ferns) or in some classifications the only order in the class Osmundopsida.
This is an ancient (known from the Upper Permian) and fairly isolated group that is often known as the "flowering. The Ophioglossaceae (adder's-tongue family) comprises primitive ferns that have traditionally been considered part of a group informally known as fern-allies.
In New York, the family is represented by about a dozen native species, all of which are listed as protected plants. ↑ New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Regulation §, Protected Native Plants.
Osmundaceae. Fertile portion on a separate leaf, lacking green pinnae; bases of vegetative pinnae with conspicuous tufts of cinnamon colored hair. Osmundastrum. The pteridophyta of Fernando Po (contribution to a Flora of the island). I: Lycopodiaceae, Selaginellaceae, Psilotaceae, Schizaeaceae, Gleicheniaceae, Osmundaceae, Cyatheaceae.
Osmundaceae definition is - a large family of widely distributed ferns with naked sori and brightly stalked annulate sporangia that open longitudinally. Find sources: "Osmundastrum" – news newspapers books scholar JSTOR (November ) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Osmundastrum is genus of leptosporangiate ferns in the family Osmundaceae with one accepted species, Osmundastrum cinnamomeum, the Clade: Tracheophytes.About this book.
Language: Chinese with scientific nomenclature. Lycophytes and Ferns of China is divided into introduction, Lycopodium class, ferns, references, appendix 1 (New names and conbinations appearing in Lycophytes and Ferns of China), appendix 2 (Provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities of China); Index to Chinese name, and index to Latin names.The New York Flora Atlas is a source of information for the distribution of plants within the state, as well as information on plant habitats, associated ecological communities, and taxonomy.
In addition, users can learn about the location of vouchered specimens and see images to get a better visual for each plant.