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revision of the eastern Asiatic Myrsinaceæ

Egbert H. Walker

revision of the eastern Asiatic Myrsinaceæ

by Egbert H. Walker

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Published by Bureau of Printing in Manila .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Asia.
    • Subjects:
    • Myrsinaceae.,
    • Botany -- Asia.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Egbert H. Walker.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQK495.M87 W3
      The Physical Object
      Pagination258 p., 1 l.
      Number of Pages258
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6421387M
      LC Control Number41017152
      OCLC/WorldCa6192415

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Revision of the eastern Asiatic Myrsinaceæ. Manila, Bureau of Printing, (OCoLC) Material Type: Biography, Thesis/dissertation, Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Egbert H Walker.

-New species and nomenclatorial changes in eastern Asiatic Myrsmaceae.1 Egbert H. Walker, _1!. TT TT T TT _ U. National Mu \ ^v^uiiiinuiiicatcu. uy xlcju^linu *y. jljjxu wi>.) This is the fourth paper2 the writer has published on the Myr sinaceae of China and Japan preliminary to a critical revision of this group.

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Bretschneider. Initiating a revision of the Malaysian Myrsinaceae for the Flora of Peninsular Malaysia project, this paper revises Ardisia subgenus Bladhia from the region.

Five taxa are recognised including a new species — Ardisia subverticillata Julius & Utteridge; a key, species descriptions, conservation assessments and distribution maps are by: 2. The Myrsinaceae of the Ryukyu Islandsll By Egbert H.

W ALKER* Abstract This is a systematic treatment of the 3 genera and 11 species of Myrsinaceae known to occur in this Archipelago. All species that have been attributed intheliterature tothis area have.

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Ardisia crenata Sims was a member of Myrsinaceae family in classical taxonomy view, but in the system of APG III (), it is included in the expanded family of Primulaceae and the primary. The Eastern Asiatic Region (also known as Oriasiaticum, Sino-Japanese Region, East Asian Region, Temperate Eastern Region) is the richest floristic region within the Holarctic Kingdom and situated in temperate East has been recognized as a natural floristic area since August Grisebach's volume Die Vegetation der Erde and later delineated by such geobotanists as Ludwig Diels, Adolf.

AJ:{NO VJEHOEVER: Be-view~; of Books Revision of the Ectstern Asiatic lJIJyrsincwcae, By E. I-I. Walkm After 10 of inten:ive study, carried on at the Smith­ sonia.n Institute, 'vValker presents an elttborate taxonomic survey of the Eastern Asiatic representatives of a botanical family.

While. The history of the book in East Asia is closely linked to problems of language and script, problems which have also had a profound impact on the technology of printing and on the social and intellectual impact of print in this area.

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The resulting publication was A Bibliography of Eastern Asiatic Botany, published in A Revision of the Eastern Asiatic Myrsinaceae eventually became Walker's dissertation for which he received his Ph.D. in botany from Johns Hopkins University in Author: Walker, Egbert H.

quinquegona Bl. is the most common representative in eastern Asia. According to the interpretation in my revision, A. depressa is the western equivalent, varying only in minor respects, as in size of inflorescence, punc-tation, prominence of lateral nerves in the leaves, and ribbed fruits.

I have seen only a photograph of the type. Books shelved as east-asian: Kafka on the Shore by Haruki Murakami, Norwegian Wood by Haruki Murakami, Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden, Colorless Ts. Ancient Near Eastern Studies at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer-Sheva.

The book includes an appreciation of the honoree and a list of his numerous publications. Thirty-nine scholars, colleagues and former students from Israel, Europe, the United States of America and New Zealand have contributedAuthor: Mayer Gruber, Shmuel Aḥituv, Gunnar Lehmann, Zipora Talshir.

エグバート・ハミルトン・ウォーカー(Egbert Hamilton Walker、年 6月12日 - 年 3月10日 )はアメリカ合衆国の植物学者である。 沖縄、琉球諸島などの植物を研究した。. シカゴに生まれた。2歳のときにポリオに罹患し、障害が残った。 ミシガン大学、ウィスコンシン大学で学び、年 典拠管理: WorldCat Identities, 植物学者:.

Abstract. A morphological and anatomical investigation is presented of the two species of Heberdenia, H. bahamensis (Macaronesia) and H. penduliflora (Mexico).Cited by: 9. But these Afro-Asiatic influences have been systematically ignored, denied, or suppressed since the eighteenth century - chiefly for racist reasons.

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Reviews Asis usual with local Floras offar-flungareas, some literature has obviously escaped attention. A few examplesareDanser’s workonLoranthaceae-Loranthoideae,reference to which should replace that to Van Tieghem’s obsolete work, Ding Hou’s revision of Gaimardia,that of myself onNothofagus, and Schlittler’s contraction “Handbk” for Handbook is rather peculiar.SULEIMAN M MAGNIFICENT Suleiman the Magnificent in From an engraving made in Constantinople by Melchior Lorichs cf.

p. PREFACE I MUST BEGIN by telling my readers that this book is only partially my own. The inspiration to undertake it and a portion of the material it contains were derived from an unfinished life of Suleiman the Magnificent which was written by my beloved friend, the late. Mediaeval researches from Eastern Asiatic sources: fragments towards the knowledge of the geography and history of Central and Western Asia from the 13th to the 17th century by Bretschneider, E.,