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The genus Bartsia (Scrophulariaceae-Rhinanthoideae)

Ulf Molau

The genus Bartsia (Scrophulariaceae-Rhinanthoideae)

by Ulf Molau

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Published by Council for Nordic Publications in Botany in Copenhagen .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plants,
  • Scrophulariaceae,
  • Classification,
  • Systematik

  • Edition Notes

    StatementUlf Molau
    SeriesOpera botanica -- v. 102, Opera botanica -- v. 102.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK495.S43 M64 1990x
    The Physical Object
    Pagination99 p. :
    Number of Pages99
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25604109M
    ISBN 108788702472
    ISBN 109788788702477
    OCLC/WorldCa23070498

    North American plant genera, e.g., Bolbitis, that occur within our study area, but restricted to insular islands of the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean, such as . Bellardia is a genus of Calliphoridae, described by Robineau-Desvoidy in synonyms: genus Bellardia / Ambodicria / genus Ambodicria / Maravigna / genus Maravigna / Miaspia / genus Miaspia / Pseudonesia / genus Pseudonesia.

      Eyebright is an herb with the botanical name Euphrasis officinalis and belongs to the family of Orobanchaceae which was earlier part of the Scrophulariaceae family. Currently, there are more than species of this herb on Earth. Other common names of Eyebright are Meadow eyebright, red eyebright, euphrasia, Augentrostkraut, Herbe d Native: Europe but has been introduced to Asia and North America. Kühn and Klotz () also state that ‘researchers say the most dangerous species for the neighbouring country [Argentina] is yellow glandweed or yellow bartsia (Parentucellia viscosa), an annual herb native to the Mediterranean region which has already spread into 10 provinces of Chile within 48 years’.

    Advances in high-throughput sequencing (HTS) have allowed researchers to obtain large amounts of biological sequence information at speeds and costs unimaginable only a decade ago. Phylogenetics, and the study of evolution in general, is quickly migrating towards using HTS to generate larger and more complex molecular datasets. In this paper, we present a method that utilizes microfluidic PCR. Olacaceae s. str. R. Brown (). 1. Dulacia Sleumer [= Liriosma]. 13 species of South America. 2. Olax L. 42 species in Old World tropics and S. Africa. 3. Ptychopetalum Benth. 5 species, 2 in tropical S. America, species in tropical W and Central Africa.. Schoepfiaceae Blume () Molecular data (Nickrent , , Vidal-Russel and Nickrent ) all indicate that these genera are.


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The genus Bartsia (Scrophulariaceae-Rhinanthoideae) by Ulf Molau Download PDF EPUB FB2

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The genus Bartsia (Scrophulariaceae-Rhinanthoideae) by Molau, Ulf. Publication date Topics Scrophulariaceae, Plants, Systematik, Plants, Scrophulariaceae, Scrophulariaceae, Bartsia Publisher Copenhagen: Council for Nordic Publications in Botany Collection inlibrary; printdisabled Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files.

IN Pages: References: Molau, U. The genus Bartsia (Scrophulariaceae - Rhinanthoideae). Opera Bot. Tęšitel, J. et al.

Phylogeny, life history evolution. Disclaimer: ITIS taxonomy is based on the latest scientific consensus available, and is provided as a general reference source for interested parties. However, it is not a legal authority for statutory or regulatory purposes. While every effort has been made to provide the most reliable and up-to-date information available, ultimate legal requirements with respect to species are contained in Biological classification: Genus.

Phylogenetic analysis of the genus Bartsia L. (Orobanchaceae): a mostly South American genus wrapped in a European Clade. Presentation abstract. Botany Providence, Rhode Island.

The Plant List Bartsia in The Plant List Version Published on the internet. Accessed: Feb. Bartsia. Missouri Botanical Garden. PDF | We propose a new classification for the South American species of the genus Bartsia L.

and relatives recently included in an expanded treatment of | Find, read and cite all the research. For my my Ph.D., I worked on the plant The genus Bartsia book Neobartsia (Orobanchaceae), previously classified as Bartsia, and something I struggled a lot with was finding old publications on the group.

After much work and tedious hours scanning old publications, I’ve The genus Bartsia book some resources here with hopes that they are useful to other people. Let me know if Continue reading "Neobartsia". The genus Bartsia is revised to comprise 49 species, 45 of which are endemic to the Andes, 2 Afromontane, 1 Circumboreal and 1 Mediterranean.

The genus is divided into 7 sections, 5 of which are described as new. Chromosome numbers are reported for 20 taxa. Generic delimitation, phylogeny, photogeography, pollination biology, pollination and mating systems and dispersal biology are by: Reference: Tęšitel, J.

et al. Phylogeny, life history evolution and biogeography of the rhinanthoid Orobanchaceae. Folia Geobot. Phytotax.

Bartsia L. (incl. Bellardia All.) Bartsia is a genus with about 55 species. It has a circumboreal distribution with a few species in Europe, the Mediterranean and in mountainous regions in Africa. However, it is most diverse and numerous in the Andes where 45 species occur, all.

The genus Bartsia (Scrophulariaceae-Rhinanthoideae). Opera Botanica 1– PDF Reference page. (as Bartsia bartsioides) Links.

International Plant Names Index. Neobartsia bartsioides. Published online. Accessed 04 February GBIF; USDA, ARS, Germplasm Resources Information Network. This page was last edited on 11 Octoberat Files are available under licenses specified on their description page.

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Bartsia (or Odontites), a genus of annual grasses of the family Scrophulariaceae. The stem of a bartsia plant is usually ramose with opposite leaves. The flowers are clustered in one-sided spicate heads. The crowns are bilabiate and are pink, reddish, or yellow.

The fruit is a capsule. Bartsias are semiparasite plants. Seasonal dimorphism has been noted. An exception is the genus Bartsia which, according to previous taxonomic treatments, includes a remarkable radiation (ca.

45 species) in the Andes, two species distributed in Afromontane regions. Broad‐scale phylogenetic studies of Orobanchaceae (Wolfe et al., ; Bennett and Mathews, ) and the Rhinantheae clade (Těšitel et al., ) had suggested that Bartsia was not monophyletic, but Scheunert et al.

() were the first to include species from the complete geographic distribution of the genus, as well as the two species Cited by: The genus Castilleja was named for Domingo Castillejo, Spanish botanist and Professor of Botany in Cadiz, Spain, in by Jose Celestino Mutis in Linnaeus' son's book Supplementum Plantarum.

The moving around does not stop there as the genus Castilleja has recently been transferred with other hemiparasitic members of the family. I’m a data scientist and evolutionary biologist interested in genomics, bioinformatics, big data, and phylogenomics.

As a data scientist, my main interests lie in distilling information from complex data using bioinformatics to find impactful solutions. As an evolutionary biologist, I have a special interest in evolutionary processes in the páramos, a high elevation ecosystem in.

Bartsia (Orobanchaceae) Christopher P. Randle. 08 March Notice About Flora of North America Provisional Publications. Preparation of each volume of the Flora of North America is a multi-year process involving dozens of authors and editors. To facilitate access to taxonomic treatments that meet specific editorial criteria.

Linnæus named the genus Bartsia, one of the Scrophulariaceæ, after him.—J. BARUCCO, Giacomo, an Italian painter of the Venetian school, especially an imitator of Palma the Younger.

He flourished at the beginning of the seventeenth century, and was a native of Brescia, in which place the greatest number of his works is to be seen.—R.

Linnaeus himself, though he afterwards made a new genus, Bartsia, for it, called it Euphrasia, both in his Flora Suecia, his monograph on the flora of Sweden, that appeared inand in his great work, Systema Vegetabilium, published in Later, however, he named it .GENUS FAMILY Acanthosyris Santalaceae Actinanthella Loranthaceae Aeginetia* Orobanchaceae Bartsia Orobanchaceae** Bdallophytum Cytinaceae Benthamina Loranthaceae Berhautia Loranthaceae Mabberley, D.J.

The Plant-book; a portable dictionary of the higher plants. Nickrent, Dan. (Department of Plant Biology, Southern Illinois.The taxa column shows the approximate number of accepted species, subspecies and varieties of the corresponding genus that have been reported in New York.

There is a total of about separate taxa in the book. This table is sortable alphabetically (numerically .