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by Theodore F. Niehaus


Publisher: University of California Press (1971).

Series: University of California publications in botany, v. 60. Paperback: 66 pages. Publisher: University of California Press (1971). ISBN-13: 978-0520093904. Shipping Weight: . pounds. Would you like to tell us about a lower price?

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Niehaus, Theodore . About this Item: University of California Press, Berkeley, California, 1930, University of California Publications in Botany, Volume 11, Number 20 : pages 355-366 with 2 plates and 3 figures. Softbound, minor signs of use, text in very good condition.

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In "A Biosystematic Study of the Genus Brodiaea," Univ. Niehaus does not have the characteristic vascular pattern of the inner perianth segments described by Niehaus (1971) for B. jolonensis.

In "A Biosystematic Study of the Genus Brodiaea," Univ. Publications in Botany Vol. 60 (1971), . Niehaus cites a collection of B. jolonensis ( 662) from Otay Mesa. As of June 2005, we have been unable to locate any brodiaeas at this site, probably because of the extirpation of Niehaus' original collection site. As of June 2006, Tom Chester and I have not found any populations of B. jolonensis in southern California, from Santa Barbara and Los Angeles Counties to Otay Mesa in San Diego County.

University of California publications in zoology - v. 56, no. 3. 1958 Paperback illus. iii, 301-390 p. Former Library book. A contribution from the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology of the University of California. Based on thesis, University of California. Biosystematic Study of the Genus Brodiaea (University of California publications in botany, v. Niehaus, Theodore F.

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Most populations examined in the course of this study consist of few individuals, so it is not surprising that M. cordatum was known from a single, fragmentary specimen prior to 1971. 10. Frequency distribution Monochae ications in Botany asturelands extending less than half a in an intermixed stand with morphots of interspecific hybridization. The jlogical characters (figs. Branchlets to a £ "D a; Almeda: Systematics of the Genus Monochaetum (Melastomataceae) 39 Hybridization is presently occurring at only one locality and appears to have had no major impact on the variation patterns of either taxon.

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A biosystematic study of the genus Brodiaea (Amaryllidaceae). University of California Publications in Botany 60, Berkeley, California. Pomoan plant resource management. For more information about this and other plants, please contact your local NRCS field office or Conservation District, and visit the PLANTS Web site or the Plant Materials Program Web site. Department of Agriculture (USDA) prohibits discrimination in all its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, and marital or family status.

Biosystematic Study of the Genus Brodiaea (University of California publications in botany, v. 60) ebook
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