3 edition of Wood anatomy of the neotropical sapotaceae. found in the catalog.
Wood anatomy of the neotropical sapotaceae.
B. Francis Kukachka
1980 by Forest Products Laboratory, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in Madison, Wis .
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 4 of cover.
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|Contributions||Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.)|
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Wood anatomy of the neotropical Sapotaceae by B. Francis Kukachka; 45 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Anatomy, Diseases and pests. Wood Anatomy of the Neotropical Sapotaceae. XXIII. Gayella Paperback – January 1, by B. Kukachka (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other Author: B.
Kukachka. WOOD ANATOMY OF THE NEOTROPICAL SAPOTACEAE XX. MANILKARA By B. Kukachka, Botanist1/ Forest Products Laboratory,2/ Forest Service U.S. Department of AgricultureIntroduction The genus Manilkara was described by Adanson in but was generally reduced to the earlier described ()Mimusops of d by Dubard in.
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Wood Anatomy Of The Neotropical Sapotaceae. WOOD ANATOMY OF THE NEOTROPICAL SAPOTACEAE XIV. ELAEOLUMA By B. Kukachka, Botanis1/ t Forest Products Laboratory, 2/ Forest Service U.S. Department of AgricultureIntroduction According to Aubréville (1)3/ the genusGymnolum a was established by Baillon in and was based onLucuma glabrescen s (Mart.
and Eichl.). Wood Anatomy of the Neotropical Sapotaceae. XXIV. Ecclinusa [B. Kukachka] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Wood specimens indicate that several species occur in the Americas ranging from Southern Mexico to the Peruvian Amazon. The woods of the neotropical Gambeya are an off-white colour unique among the predominant browns and red browns typical of the Sapotaceae sapotaceae Subject Category: Organism Names see more details.
The wood is further Author: B F Kukachka. Paralabatia is a small genus of five or six species ranging from the Amazon to the West Indies.
From the anatomical standpoint the genus as constituted by Aubreville [see FA 24, ] forms a group of closely related species. In marked contrast, the four species cited by Baehni [see FA 27, ] belong to four different anatomical groups.
The woods of Paralabatia are somewhat similar to those Author: B. Kukachka. Kukachka, B. Francis (Bohumil Francis), Wood anatomy of the neotropical Sapotaceae. (Madison, Wis.: Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory, ), also by United States Forest Service and Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.) (page images at HathiTrust).
Abstract. Trees or shrubs, rarely geoxylic suffrutices or lianas, sometimes spiny; branching usually sympodial; latex nearly always present in trunk, branches and fruits, usually white, rarely yellow or blue; indumentum nearly always of malpighiaceous hairs (simple in Delpydora).Leaves alternate, spirally arranged or distichous, less frequently opposite or verticillate, simple, entire or very.
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Tecnico. The genus of the tropical fruit tree family Sapotaceae Labatia, first described inwas named after Labat. It was maintained as a distinct entity until the s when it was submerged in the genus Pouteria.
Init was proposed that a new genus called Neolabatia be recognized, containing six species formerly known as Labatia, but this Born:near Paris. Abstract. Our main goals were to identify diagnostic characters at the species, genus, and subfamily levels, find anatomical features with potential for future morphological and molecular (combined) phylogenetic analyses, and to reconstruct the evolution of wood anatomical characters in two subfamilies of Primulaceae in a molecular phylogenetic by: 2.
Wood anatomy of the neotropical Sapotaceae: I. Bumelia / (Madison, Wis.: Forest Products Laboratory, ), by B. Francis Kukachka and Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.) (page images at HathiTrust) Wood anatomy of the neotropical Sapotaceae.
Wood anatomy has been investigated from 35 species belonging to the Neotropical clade of the polyphyletic genus Schefflera (Araliaceae), representing three of the five subgroups (Didymopanax. The Neotropical genus Pradosia is believed to be monophyletic and includes 26 recognized species.
Here we reconstruct the generic phylogeny by a species-tree approach using (∗)BEAST, 21 recognized species (36 accessions), sequence data from three nuclear markers (ITS, ETS, and RPB2), a relaxed lognormal clock model, and a fossil by: This article describes the wood anatomy of seven species of Tachigali Aublet with the aim of identifying 1) diagnostic characters at the species level and 2) anatomical features with potential for.
WOOD ANATOMY OF LIMNANTHACEAE AND TROPAEOLACEAE IN RELATION TO HABIT AND PHYLOGENY. (SAPOTACEAE) Vol Page MORPHOLOGICAL VARIATION AND SYNOPSIS OF THE MUHLENBERGIA REPENS COMPLEX (POACEAE) Vol Page BOOK NOTICE.
Vol Page If you are generating a PDF of a journal article or book chapter. References Background references cited on web pages: IAWA Committee. IAWA list of microscropic features for hardwood identification.
IAWA Journal Definition. In biogeography, the Neotropic or Neotropical realm is one of the eight terrestrial realm includes South America, Central America, the Caribbean islands, and southern North Mexico, the Yucatán Peninsula and southern lowlands, and most of the east and west coastlines, including the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula are Neotropical.
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B.F. Kukachka, Research Papers dence of the planted species and the frequency FPL () andwith which they are represented in. Affinities at the family/order level include Fabaceae, Lauraceae, Moraceae, Sapotaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Arecaceae, Sapindales, Ericales, and Humiriaceae.
The fossil woods are fragmentary and have not been found in-place, but the size and angularity of the specimens suggests minimal transport from the site of by: 1. wood (61) 3.
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ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF NEOTROPICAL WOOD AND BARK EXTRACTS Ivelisse Roviral, Amy Berkovl, Ainsley Parkinson1, Scott Mori3 and Barbara Meurer-Grimes1 lDepartment of Biological Sciences, Lehman College and The Graduate School of the City University of New York, Bedford Park Boulevard West, Bronx, New YorkU.S.A.
Junikka, L. & Koek-Noorman, J. Anatomical structure of barks in Neotropical genera of Annonaceae. — Ann.
Bot. Fennici 44 (Supplement A): 79– The bark anatomy of 32 Neotropical genera of Annonaceae was studied. A family description based on Neotropical genera and a discussion of individual bark compo-nents are presented.
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At the end of this book, a glossary including botanical and wood terms used in this book is given. In an Illustrated Glossary (p. ), schematical drawings of some plant parts and of wood.
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Index at the end of the book. Top edge of the book a little bit dusty. Book outside and inside clean; binding in good condition. Really good copy. Extant neotropical rainforest biomes are characterized by a high diversity and abundance of angiosperm trees and vines, high proportions of entire-margined leaves, high proportions of large leaves (larger than mm2), high abundance of drip tips and a suite of characteristic dominant families: Sapotaceae, Lauraceae, Leguminosae (Fabaceae), Melastomataceae and Palmae Cited by: Neotropical ichthyology: an overview; Fossils and geological evidence; The stage for neotropical fish diversification: a history of tropical south american rivers; The temporal context for the diversification of neotropical fishes; Phylogeny of fossil characiformes and paleobiogeography of the Tremembe formation, Sao Paulo; Brazil; Maastrichtian to early late paleocene freshwater osteichthyes.
Neotropical synonyms, Neotropical pronunciation, Neotropical translation, English dictionary definition of Neotropical. adj. Of or designating the biogeographic region that includes southern Mexico, Central and South America, and the West Indies. or adj of or denoting a.2 Gielis.
Neotropical species of the family Pterophoridae, part I. Zool. Med. Leiden 80 () slopes, with less attention to the lowland rain forest of the Amazon Basin. During these trips a large number of Pterophoridae were collected. It became evident that the limited number of species known in represented only the tip of the iceberg.Laplacea has long been synonymised with the Neotropical Gordonia J.
Ellis, but is recognised as a distinct genus following phylogenetic work (Prince and Parks ). Distribution in the Neotropics. Laplacea Kunth can be found throughout the Neotropics growing mainly in cloud forests at altitudes of between 1,m.
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