A Synopsis of Jamaican Myrsinaceae ePub download
by W. T. Stearn
- ISBN: 0119806002
- ISBN13: 978-0119806007
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- Publisher: British Museum of Natural History; First Edition edition (1969)
- Pages: 178
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Stearn, W. T. 1969: A synopsis of Jamaican Myrsinaceae. 389-433 in: Urban, . Symbolae antillanae seu fundamenta florae Indiae occidentalis . Berlin, etc.
Stearn, W. Stearn, W. Bot. 4: 143-173, t. 6-13. Flowering Plants of Jamaica.
It is a widespread family found in temperate to tropical climates extending north to Europe, Siberia, Japan, Mexico, and Florida, and south to New Zealand, South America, and South Africa. Plants are mostly mesophytic trees and shrubs; a few are lianas or subherbaceous.
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A revision of the genusCybianthus sectionConomorpha (Myrsinaceae). thesis, The City University of New York, N. oogle Scholar. Una nueva clasificación del géneroCybianthus (Myrsinaceae).
William Thomas Stearn /stɜːrn/ CBE FLS VMH (16 April 1911 – 9 May 2001) was a British botanist. Born in Cambridge in 1911, he was largely self-educated, and developed an early interest in books and natural history
William Thomas Stearn /stɜːrn/ CBE FLS VMH (16 April 1911 – 9 May 2001) was a British botanist. Born in Cambridge in 1911, he was largely self-educated, and developed an early interest in books and natural history. His initial work experience was at a Cambridge bookshop, but he also had a position as an assistant in the university botany department. At the age of 29 he married Eldwyth Ruth Alford, who later became his collaborator. He died in London in 2001, survived by his widow and three children.
At present, the Myrsinaceae includes the genera Anagallis, Cyclamen, Lysimachia and Pelletiera which were previously considered to belong to the Primulaceae. Distribution in the Neotropics. Anagallis L. - southern South America (including naturalised species). Ardisia S. more diverse in southern Central American than in South America. Ctenardisia Ducke - few species in Central and South America.
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The phylogenetic interrelationships in Primulaceae, Myrsinaceae, and Theophrastaceae were investigated using DNA sequence dat. A synopsis of Central American Theophrastaceae. More). A synoptical revision of the Theophrastaceae in Central America is presented. Three genera are recognized, viz. Clavija (5 spp.