1 edition of Santalaceae of Nevada found in the catalog.
Santalaceae of Nevada
F. Raymond Fosberg
by Division of Plant Exploration and Introduction, Bureau of Plant Industry, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Statement||by F.R. Fosberg|
|Series||Contributions toward a flora of Nevada -- no. 5, Contributions toward a flora of Nevada -- no. 5.|
|Contributions||University of Nevada|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. ;|
Phoradendron juniperinum is a species of flowering plant in the sandalwood family known by the common name juniper is native to the southwestern United States and northern Mexico, where it grows in various types of woodland : Santalaceae. "Santalaceae" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus, MeSH (Medical Subject Headings).Descriptors are arranged in a hierarchical structure, which enables searching at various levels of specificity.
Phoradendron coryae Trel. (Cory's mistletoe or oak mistletoe) is a hemiparasitic plant native to the southwestern United States and northern is reported from Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Chihuahua, Coahuila and Sonora.. The species generally grows on oaks (Quercus spp.) but has also been found on Condalia, Berberis, Vaquelinia and has larger leaves than many other Family: Santalaceae. The Santa Claus Book is a delightful, full-color, intimate history of Santa and his elves, describing their day-to-day adventures as they prepare for and fulfill St. Nick's annual rounds. Get A Copy Amazon/5.
Anders Backlund, in Comprehensive Natural Products II, Chemosystematics of Cyclopeptide Alkaloids. In this study, the chemosystematic implications of the discovery of anorldianine, a cyclopeptide alkaloid, found in the species Heisteria nitida of the family Santalaceae are interpreted and discussed. Anorldianine had previously been reported from only Canthium arnoldianum of. Media in category "Santalaceae" The following 7 files are in this category, out of 7 total.
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Santalaceae of Nevada / Related Titles. Series: Contributions toward a flora of Nevada ; no. Fosberg, F. Raymond (Francis Raymond), University of Nevada. Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info.
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Dept. of Agriculture, If you are generating a PDF of a journal article or book chapter, please feel free to enter the Author: F. Raymond Fosberg. Santalaceae, the sandalwood family (order Santalales), which includes about 36 genera and more than species of semiparasitic shrubs, herbs, and trees, distributed in tropical and temperate regions.
In some genera the unlobed, usually alternate leaves are reduced to scalelike structures. The Santalaceae, sandalwoods, are a widely distributed family of flowering plants (including small trees, shrubs, perennial herbs, and epiphytic climbers) which, like other members of Santalales, are partially parasitic on other plants.
Its flowers are bisexual or, by abortion ("flower drop"), : Tracheophytes. The Santalales are an order of flowering plants with a cosmopolitan distribution, but heavily concentrated in tropical and subtropical regions. It derives its name from its type genus Santalum (sandalwood).
Mistletoe is the common name for a number of parasitic Santalaceae of Nevada book within the : Angiosperms. Santalaceae Plants of the.
Sandalwood Family Members of the Sandalwood family are parasitic plants that feed off the roots of other plants, but they also have chlorophyll for photosynthesis. They have regular flowers, either bisexual or unisexual, with 4 or 5 sepals, but 0 petals and the same number of stamens as sepals.
Santalaceae is a family of flowering plants in the order Santalales, placed ungrouped in the Core Eudicots. They are commonly known as mistletoes, previously considered distinct.
This short article about biology can be made longer.(unranked): Angiosperms. ADVERTISEMENTS: In this article we will discuss about: 1. Characters of Santalaceae 2. Distribution of Santalaceae 3. Economic Importance 4.
Affinities. Characters of Santalaceae: Plants mostly semi-parasites, flowers tetra or pentamerous; carpellate, ovary unilocular, single basal ovule with integument reduced to one or absent and the seed without a seed-coat.
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The santalaceae (sandalwood) family is a group of partly parasitic herbs, shrubs and trees. There are 65 species in the US (in 15 genera), some introduced; major native genera in the West are limited to arceuthobium.
A list of all accepted names in Santalaceae is available in CSV format. Statistics. Species of Santalaceae contained within The Plant List belong to 39 plant genera. The Plant List includes 2, scientific plant names of species rank for the family Santalaceae. Santalaceae sensu stricto, the type family for the sandalwood order (Santalales), include approximately 40 genera and over species distributed worldwide.
Because the family possesses. As of 3/15/ in response to the COVID pandemic, the Nevada State Library, Archives and Public Records building is temporarily closed to the public and the Talking Book Library is NOT mailing out any books (please visit this page for more information).The entire staff of our information agency are working during this time and are continuing to provide many services other than in-person Author: Joy Holt.
texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK Santalaceae of Nevada. by Fosberg, F. Raymond (Francis Raymond), ; Contributions towards a flora of Nevada. Created on. January 8 Andrea Mills Archivist. Santalaceae – Sandalwood Family Plants in the generally tropical Sandalwood Family (Santalaceae) are green, hemiparasitic, annual and perennial herbs, shrubs, and trees with simple, alternate leaves, tiny flowers with 0 petals and 4 to 5 sometimes petal-like sepals, and fruit usually in the form of a nut.
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Follow. Switch View View Slideshow. Arceuthobium campylopodum Engelm. Daniel L. Nickrent. Arceuthobium campylopodum Engelm. Santalales, the sandalwood order of flowering plants, consisting of 8 families, genera, and about 1, species.
All the families in Santalales are parasitic to some degree, attaching either to the roots or branches of their hosts.
They include Santalaceae, Loranthaceae, Balanophoraceae. Santalaceae Common names Sandelholzgewächse in German sandalwood in English sandelhoutfamilie in Dutch Santalacées in French sandalwood family in English sandelträdsväxter in Swedish mistelteinfamilien in Norwegian Bokmål mistelteinfamilien in Nynorsk, Norwegian mistelväxter in Swedish.
Santalaceae A family of herbs, shrubs, and trees that are semi-parasitic on roots and flowers are small and inconspicuous, bisexual or unisexual, with 3–6 fused tepals, the stamens adnate to the perianth, and the ovary is inferior or are 36 genera, with about species, occurring in tropical and temperate regions.The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.This banner text can have markup.
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