3 edition of On the Eriogoneæ, a tribe of the order Polygonaceæ found in the catalog.
On the Eriogoneæ, a tribe of the order Polygonaceæ
|Statement||by George Bentham ; read April 7, 1835.|
|Series||Landmarks of science II|
|LC Classifications||Q111 .H35, QK495.P78 .H35|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 401-420.  leaves of plates|
|Number of Pages||420|
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Persicaria is a genus of herbaceous flowering plants in the knotweed family, Polygonaceae. Plants of the genus are known commonly as knotweeds or smartweeds. It has a cosmopolitan distribution, with species occurring nearly worldwide.. References. The order in which Polygonoideae tribes are shown here has been modified somewhat from Reveal's system, based on phylogenic data shown in Schuster et al. () "Age Estimates for the Buckwheat Family Polygonaceae Based on Sequence Data Calibrated by Fossils and with a Focus on the Amphi-Pacific Muehlenbeckia.
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George Bentham presented a paper entitled “On the Eriogoneae, a tribe of the order Polygoneae.” As may be seen from the dates given on the first page of individual signatures as well as the subsequently published table of contents, this notice was published in the May issue (pages –) of the.
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In the Plant theory Eriogonoideae is split off from Polygonaceae. In the first version of the plant theory Eriogonoideae was placed in Subphase 5.
Now it is placed in Subphase 7, as cases have shown. Tribes: Brunnichieae, Coccolobeae, Eriogoneae, Gymnopodieae, Leptogoneae, Pterostegieae, Triplarideae. Ruprechtia is a genus of 37 species of dioecious trees, shrubs, and lianas in the tribe Triplarideae of the Polygonaceae.
Its range extends from Uruguay and northern Argentina to northern Mexico. La plupart des participants de Canadensys ont transféré leurs données au domaine public. Most Canadensys participants have dedicated their data to the public domain.
• Premise of the study: Taxonomic groups have often been recognized on the basis of geographic distinctions rather than accurately representing evolutionary relationships.
This has been particularly. Recent phylogenetic studies have provided a revised hypothesis of the evolutionary relationships within Polygonaceae, particularly regarding placement of certain tropical taxa. Based on phylogenetic data, we recognize three subfamilies: Eriogonoideae, Polygonoideae, and Symmerioideae.
Within the Eriogonoideae we accept six tribes, two of which, Leptogoneae and Gymnopodieae, are new. Polygonaceae are distributed worldwide and comprise ca.
1, species of annual and perennial herbs, shrubs, vines, and trees (Brandbyge ).They are classified in 51 genera that are typically segregated into two subfamilies corresponding to Polygonoideae Jaretsky and Eriogonoideae Arnott (e.g. Brandbyge ; Freeman and Reveal ).All members of the former possess ocrea.
Download Citation | Systematics of Eriogonoideae s. (Polygonaceae) | Abstract— Eriogonoideae s. (buckwheats and spineflowers, Polygonaceae) comprises morphologically diverse plants (ca.
Polygonaceae has long been recognized as a monophyletic family but the circumscription of groups within it has been in constant flux. Two groups currently recognized are the subfamilies Eriogonoideae and Polygonoideae.
An analysis using three chloroplast regions (rbcL, matK, and ndhF) and increased taxon sampling of Eriogonoideae does not support this delimitation. The second intron and. An updated molecular phylogeny of Polygonoideae (Polygonaceae): Relationships of Oxygonum, Pteroxygonum, and Rumex, and a new circumscription of Koenigia.
Taxon 64(6): – DOI: / JSTOR ResearchGate Reference page. Stevens, P.F. onwards. Angiosperm Phylogeny Website. At tribal level, Polygonaceae was divided into several tribes according to many current systems of classification. The minimum number of its tribes was three Viz.
Eriogoneae, Pterogocarpae and Apterocarpae senso Meissner (). Whereas the maximum number of them. The annual vine Polygonum perfoliatum L.
(mile-a-minute weed) is an invasive weed in natural areas and has been targeted for biological control in the United States. Host specificity of the Asian weevil Rhinoncomimus latipes Korotyaev, a potential biological control agent of mile-a-minute weed, was evaluated in China using qualitative laboratory choice and no-choice tests on 28 plant.
Polygonaceae Juss. Including Coccolobaceae Barkley, Eriogonaceae (Dum.) Meissner, Rumicineae (Rumicaceae) Dum. Habit and leaf form. Herbs (commonly), or trees, or shrubs, or lianas. ‘Normal’ plants, or switch-plants; sometimes with the principal photosynthesizing function transferred to stems.
Leaves well developed (usually), or much reduced. In addition, our constructed phylogeny based on multiple cpDNA fragments partly confirms the recent taxonomic treatment of the Polygonaceae. For example, the clustering of Rheum, Oxyria and Rumex with high support confirms that these three genera should be placed in a recently established tribe, Rumiceae (Sanchez et al., ).
The other four. tribe Eriogoneae. A second tribe, Pterostegeae, contains only 2 discordant, monotypic genera: the shrubby per ennial genus Harfordia of Baja California and the more widespread annual, Pterostegia, of the western United States.
While time and evolution have obscured the relationships between Eriogoneae and Pterostegeae, the affi. Premise of the study: Taxonomic groups have often been recognized on the basis of geographic distinctions rather than accurately representing evolutionary relationships.
This has been particularly true for temperate and tropical members from the same family. Polygonaceae exemplifies this problem, wherein the woody tropical genera were segregated from temperate members of the family and placed. Age Estimates–Fossil Calibration Points.
We used seven fossils and a maximum age constraint of Myr on the root of the tree in order to calibrate the B east analyses. Based on the current consensus for the likely appearance of angiosperms Myr ago –, we consider this to be the maximum age for l pollen fossil dates and a leaf fossil of Muehlenbeckia from.
north of Mexico Key to the Genera James L. Reveal Professor Emeritus, University of Maryland College Park, MarylandU.S.A. [NOTE: The following is a tentative treatment of the eriogonoid genera primarily for the Flora of North America project. Comments, corrections, questions on this initial draft are welcomed and should be sent to Reveal.] Key to Polygonaceae Juss.
subfam. (as Eriogoneae) was first published by Arnott and inPolygonoideae was published (as Polygoneae) by Eaton (In ternational Plant Names Index, IPNI ). Inthe sub family Coccoloboideae was proposed Luerssen (). The taxonomy of Polygonaceae has been constantly changing with respect to the circumscription of subfamilies, tribes, and.For information about licensing photos for publication or to order prints please contact Mark Turner • Turner Photographics LLC • Wynn Road • Bellingham, WA USA voice e-mail [email protected] Polygonaceae are a family of flowering plants known informally as the knotweed family or smartweed—buckwheat family in the United States.
The name is based on the genus Polygonum, and was first used by Antoine Laurent de Jussieu in in his book, Genera Plantarum. The name may refer to the many swollen nodes the stems of some species have, being derived from Greek, poly .