Botanische Jahrbücher für Systematik, Pflanzengeschichte und Pflanzengeographie - Band 127

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Botanische Jahrbücher für Systematik, Pflanzengeschichte und Pflanzengeographie Band 127 Heft 4

2009. 71 pages, 16x24cm, 180 g
Language: English

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Original paper

Centaurea phrygia subsp. phrygia as a German polemochore in Sor-Varanger, NE Norway, with notes on other taxa of similar origin

Alm, Torbjørn Piirainen; Often, Anders

p. 417-432, published: Jun 1, 2009

DOI: 10.1127/0006-8152/2009/0127-0417

Original paper

Pollen morphology of some Allium L. species (Alliaceae) from Iran

Neshati, Fatemeh; Fritsch, Reinhard M.; Zarre, Shahin

p. 433-451, published: Jun 1, 2009

DOI: 10.1127/0006-8152/2009/0127-0433

Original paper

Pericarp structure in Monarda (Lamiaceae)

Ryding, Olof

p. 453-458, published: Jun 1, 2009

DOI: 10.1127/0006-8152/2009/0127-0453

Original paper

New Allium (Alliaceae) species from Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Uzbekistan

Fritsch, Reinhard M.

p. 459-471, published: Jun 1, 2009

DOI: 10.1127/0006-8152/2009/0127-0459

Original paper

Two novel and critically endangered subspecies of Nasa humboldtiana (Loasaceae) from Peru

Henning, Tilo; Weigend, Maximilian

p. 473-488, published: Jun 1, 2009

DOI: 10.1127/0006-8152/2009/0127-0473

Original paper

A new species of Colchicum (Colchicaceae) from southern Italy

Persson, Karin

p. 489-489, published: Jun 1, 2009

DOI: 10.1127/0006-8152/2009/0127-0489

Original paper

Index of new names and new combinations

Editor,

p. 491-491, published: Jun 1, 2009

DOI: 10.1127/0006-8152/2009/0127-0491

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Botanische Jahrbücher für Systematik, Pflanzengeschichte und Pflanzengeographie Band 127 Heft 3

2008. 167 pages, 16x24cm, 400 g
Language: English

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Original paper

Morphological analysis of shoots and roots in Thelethylax minutiflora and T. insolata (Podostemaceae Podostemoideae): taxonomic and evolutionary implications

Jäger-Zürn, Irmgard

p. 245-272, published: Sep 4, 2008

DOI: 10.1127/0006-8152/2008/0127-0245

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Morphology of Thelethylax isalensis (Perr.) C. Cusset (Podostemaceae Podostemoideae)

Jäger-Zürn, Irmgard

p. 273-282, published: Sep 4, 2008

DOI: 10.1127/0006-8152/2008/0127-0273

Original paper

A new species of Colchicum (Colchicaceae) from southern Italy

Persson, Karin

p. 283-288, published: Sep 4, 2008

DOI: 10.1127/0006-8152/2008/0127-0283

Original paper

Aspects of dispersal in Cymbalaria muralis (Scrophulariaceae)

Junghans, Thomas; Fischer, Eberhard

p. 289-298, published: Sep 4, 2008

DOI: 10.1127/0006-8152/2008/0127-0001

Original paper

Pericarp structure and phylogeny of the Phlomis group (Lamiaceae subfam. Lamioideae)

Ryding, Olof

p. 299-316, published: Sep 4, 2008

DOI: 10.1127/0006-8152/2008/0127-0002

Original paper

Notes on Asiatic Fragaria species V: F. nipponica and F. iturupensis

Staudt, Günter; Olbricht, Klaus

p. 317-341, published: Sep 4, 2008

DOI: 10.1127/0006-8152/2008/0127-0317

Original paper

Notes on Potentilla XX. Potentilla compacta in Tibet

Soják, Jiří

p. 343-347, published: Sep 4, 2008

DOI: 10.1127/0006-8152/2008/0127-0343

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Notes on Potentilla XXI. A new division of the tribe Potentilleae (Rosaceae) and notes on generic delimitations

Soják, Jiří

p. 349-358, published: Sep 4, 2008

DOI: 10.1127/0006-8152/2008/0127-0349

Original paper

Applied Vulnerability Assessment of Useful Plants: A case study of Tibetan Medicinal Plants from Nepal

Wagner, Ariane; Kriechbaum, Monika; Koch, Marcus A.

p. 359-387, published: Sep 4, 2008

DOI: 10.1127/0006-8152/2008/0127-0359

Original paper

Afro-alpine Dianthoseris actually a congener of Crepis s.str. (Compositae, Cichorieae, Crepidinae)

Enke, Neela; Kilian, Norbert; Nemomissa, Sileshi; Gemeinholzer, Birgit

p. 389-405, published: Sep 4, 2008

DOI: 10.1127/0006-8152/2008/0127-0389

Book review

Literaturbericht

Porembski, S.;Lack, H.W.;

p. 407-412, published: Sep 4, 2008

DOI: 10.1127/0006-8152/2008/0127-0407

Scientific communication

Register der neuen Namen und neuen Kombinationen [Index of new names and new combinations]

unknown; anonymous

p. 413-413, published: Sep 4, 2008

DOI: 10.1127/0006-8152/2008/0127-0413

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Botanische Jahrbücher für Systematik, Pflanzengeschichte und Pflanzengeographie Band 127 Heft 2

2007. 125 pages, 16x24cm, 320 g
Language: English

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Original paper

Diversity, development and systematic significance of seed pedestals in Scrophulariaceae (s.l.)

Rebernig, Carolin A.; Weber, Anton

p. 133-150, published: Dec 6, 2007

DOI: 10.1127/0006-8152/2007/0127-0133

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Life form and life strategy analyses of the epiphytic bryophyte communities of Madeira's laurel and ericaceous forests

Kürschner, Harald; Stech, Michael; Sim-Sim, Manuela; Fontinha, Susana; Frey, Wolfgang

p. 151-164, published: Dec 6, 2007

DOI: 10.1127/0006-8152/2007/0127-0151

Original paper

Nomenclatural synopsis of the genus Colchicum (Colchicaceae), with some new species and combinations

Persson, Karin

p. 165-242, published: Dec 6, 2007

DOI: 10.1127/0006-8152/2007/0127-0165

Original paper

Index of new names and new combinations

Author, Anonymous

p. 243-243, published: Dec 6, 2007

DOI: 10.1127/0006-8152/2007/0127-0243

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Special Issue "The evolution of flower syndromes"

Contributions of the XVII. International Botanical Congress, Vienna, 20. July 2005

Ed.: Claudia Erbar; Peter Leins

2006. 114 pages, 60 figures, 6 tables, 16x24cm, 300 g
Language: English

ISBN 978-3-510-66045-2, paperback, price: 86.00 €

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synopsis

This special issue of Botanische Jahrbücher is devoted to flower syndromes and their evolution, which present exciting problems. Floral syndromes characterize flowers ecologically according to their pollination agents. Often in coevolution with pollinators, pollination syndromes evolved to a large extent independently of each other. They often consist of many functionally correlated characters. The change of one or two features may result in the attraction of new flower visitors. A symposium entitled "The evolution of flower syndromes", which was held at the XVII. International Botanical Congress in Vienna on July 20, 2005, brought together active researchers in floral biology - botanists and zoologists - from several countries with the objective of new insights in the evolution of flower pollination at different levels. All contributions of this symposium are included in this volume.

What exactly is a syndrome? This question is discussed by Stefan Vogel (U. of Vienna, Austria). Klaus Lunau (U. Düsseldorf, Germany) reports on the importance of real and mimic stamens in zoophilous plants attracting flower visitors. Andrew A. Beattie (Macquarie University, Australia) reviews the evidence for the scarcity of ant pollination, and indicates the evolution of two very different pollination systems. The occurrence of wind pollination characters evolved in Richea species (Ericaceae) is described by Philip G. Ladd (Murdoch University, Australia). Isabel Cristina Machado and co-workers (Federal University of Pernambuco, Brasilia) report on bat pollination in Cleome spinosa having trimonoecious, andromonoecious and pistillate individuals. A synopsis of different modes of secondary pollen presentation in Astrales and the connection of the mechanisms in a presumed phylogenetic relationship are presented by Peter Leins and Claudia Erbar (University of Heidelberg, Germany). Corinna U. Koch and Otto von Helversen (University of Erlangen, Germany) show special cases of secondary pollen presentation in Cuban bat pollinated Lobelia species.

Original paper

Preface

Erbar, Claudia; Leins, Peter

p. 3-4, published: Dec 19, 2006

DOI: 10.1127/0006-8152/2006/0127-0003

Original paper

Floral syndromes: empiricism versus typology

Vogel, Stefan

p. 5-11, published: Dec 19, 2006

DOI: 10.1127/0006-8152/2006/0127-0005

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Stamens and mimic stamens as components of floral colour patterns

Lunau, Klaus

p. 13-41, published: Dec 19, 2006

DOI: 10.1127/0006-8152/2006/0127-0013

Original paper

The evolution of ant pollination systems

Beattie, Andrew J.

p. 43-55, published: Dec 19, 2006

DOI: 10.1127/0006-8152/2006/0127-0043

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Is there wind pollination in the southern heaths (Styphelioideae, Ericaceae)?

Ladd, Philip G.

p. 57-67, published: Dec 19, 2006

DOI: 10.1127/0006-8152/2006/0127-0057

Original paper

Cleome spinosa (Capparaceae): polygamodioecy and pollination by bats in urban and Caatinga areas, northeastern Brazil

Machado, Isabel; Cristina Lopes, Ariadna; Valentina Leite, Ana; Virgíniade Brito Neves, Cleci

p. 69-82, published: Dec 19, 2006

DOI: 10.1127/0006-8152/2006/0127-0069

Original paper

Secondary pollen presentation syndromes of the Asterales a phylogenetic perspective

Leins, Peter; Erbar, Claudia

p. 83-103, published: Dec 19, 2006

DOI: 10.1127/0006-8152/2006/0127-0083

Original paper

Secondary pollen presentation in Cuban bat pollinated Lobelia: precise deposition of pollen and mechanical species isolation

Koch, Corinna U. von Helversen

p. 105-114, published: Dec 19, 2006

DOI: 10.1127/0006-8152/2006/0127-0105

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