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Acanthaceae to Myricaceae Water Willows to Wax Myrtles (Aquatic and Standing Water Plants of the Central Midwest) by Robert H. Mohlenbrock

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Published by Southern Illinois University Press .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Botany & plant sciences,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • North Central & Mid-West states,
  • Science / Botany,
  • Handbooks & Manuals,
  • Life Sciences - Botany,
  • Plants - General

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages416
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11315257M
ISBN 100809327902
ISBN 109780809327904

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Veteran botanist, scientific author, and professor Robert H. Mohlenbrock brings the full depth of his expertise and scholarship to his latest book, Acanthaceae to Myricaceae:&#; Water Willows to Wax Myrtles, the third of four volumes in the Aquatic and Standing Water Plants of the Central Midwest series.&#; This easy-to-use illustrated reference guide covers aquatic and standing water. Acanthaceae to Myricaceae Water Willows to Wax Myrtles Add to Cart. Robert H. Mohlenbrock. $ Hardcover (Other formats: E-book) pages, 6 x 9, illustrations 07/28/ Aquatic and Standing Water Plants of the Central Midwest. Get this from a library! Acanthaceae to Myricaceae: water willows to wax myrtles. [Robert H Mohlenbrock] -- "Veteran botanist, scientific author, and professor Robert H. Mohlenbrock brings the full depth of his expertise and scholarship to his latest book, "Acanthaceae to Myricaceae. Veteran botanist, scientific author, and professor Robert H. Mohlenbrock brings the full depth of his expertise and scholarship to his latest book, ""Acanthaceae to Myricaceae: Water Willows to Wax Myrtles"", the third of four volumes in the ""Aquatic and Standing Water Plants of the Central Midwest"" series. This easy-to-use illustrated reference guide covers aquatic and standing water plants.

Veteran botanist, scientific author, and professor Robert H. Mohlenbrock brings the full depth of his expertise and scholarship to his latest book, Acanthaceae to Myricaceae: Water Willows to Wax Myrtles, the third of four volumes in the Aquatic and Standing Water Plants of the Central Midwest series. This easy-to-use illustrated reference guide covers aquatic and standing water plants for the. ติดต่อเรา/Contact us. [email protected] +66 53 ; ศูนย์วิจัยและพัฒนาสง่า สรรพศรี องค์การสวนพฤกษศาสตร์ เลขที่ หมู่ที่ 9 ต.แม่แรม อ.แม่ริม จ.เชียงใหม่ About this book. Volume 2 deals with 62 families (see table of contents). Indices for local and botanical names are included. Contents. 1. Asteraceae 2. Campanulaceae 3. Ericaceae 4. Plumbaginaceae 5. Primulaceae 6. Myrsinaceae 7. Sapotaceae 8. Ebenaceae 9. Styracaceae Symplocaceae Oleaceae Apocynaceae Acanthaceae to Myricaceae: Water Willows to Wax Myrtles, Cyperaceae: Sedges, Filicineae, Gymnospermae and Other Monocots Excluding Cyperaceae, and Nelum.

  Plate XXVIII, Plate XXIX, Plate XXX, Plate XXXI, Plate XXXII, Plate XXXIII, Plate XXXIV. Download: Download full-size image Plate XXVII. 1–7 Allophylus africanus, 8–11 Iodes ovalis, 12–14 Piliostigma reticulatum.. Download: Download full-size image Plate XXVIII. 1–3 Bombax brevicuspe, 4–6 Sesuvium sessile, 7–9 Coula edulis, 10–12 Baissea multiflora, 13–15 Sabicea floribunda. A list of all accepted names in Acanthaceae is available in CSV format. Statistics. Species of Acanthaceae contained within The Plant List belong to plant genera. The Plant List inclu scientific plant names of species rank for the family Acanthaceae. Of these . From inside the book. What Common terms and phrases. Acanthaceae Achyranthes aspera adoens Hochst Apocynaceae applied mixed applied once Leguminosae Leguminosae Forms Liliaceae Malvaceae mixed with butter mixed with honey mixed with milk mixed with water Moraceae Myricaceae Nigella sativa Oleaceae pasted with honey Plumbaginaceae. Myricaceae, the wax myrtle family of dicotyledonous flowering plants, in the beech order (Fagales), found throughout the world, with three genera of trees and shrubs having aromatic leaves. Many of the species bear yellow glandular dots on the surface, from which the characteristic odour of these plants emanates, and have single-seeded fruits often covered with waxy granules, bumps, or layers.