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Bibliography: p. 61-63.
|Statement||Fernando O. Zuloaga and Thomas R. Soderstrom.|
|Series||Smithsonian contributions to botany ;, no. 59|
|Contributions||Soderstrom, Thomas R.|
|LC Classifications||QK1 .S2747 no. 59, QK495.G74 .S2747 no. 59|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 63 p. :|
|Number of Pages||63|
|LC Control Number||84600221|
Taxonomy. The designation of species originates in taxonomy, where the species is the fundamental unit of classification recognized by the International Commission of Zoological species is assigned a standard two-part name of genus and species. The genus is the generic name that includes closely related species; the gray wolf, for example, is classified as Canis lupus and is. species — Wide ranging, much diffused, and com-mon species vary most — Species of the larger gen-era in any country vary more than the species of the smaller genera — Many of the species of the larger genera resemble varieties in being very closely, but unequally, related to each other, and in having re-stricted ranges. Chapter III.
Zuloaga (), in his classification for the New World species of Panicum, formally recognized the Lorea group as section Lorea and included it within subgenus Phanopyrum. Panicum sect. Lorea was included in the x = 10 Paniceae. C4 acid decarboxylation and CO2 [carbon dioxide] donation to photosynthesis in bundle sheath strands and chloroplasts from species representing three groups of C4 [carbon pathway] plants [Digitaria sanguinalis, Panicum milaceum, Eriochloa borumensis].
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Classification of the Outlying Species of New World Panicum (Poaceae: Paniceae) Paperback – January 1, by Thomas R. Zuloaga, Fernando O. & Soderstrom (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Thomas R.
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Publication info. Panicum arnacites Trinius forms the basis of a new genus, Tatianyx. With these changes in content the descriptions of Homolepis and Streptostachys are emended, two new species—Brachiaria tatianae and Streptostachys ramosa—are described, and the unusual species P.
aristellum Doell is characterized and a possible relationship : Get this from a library. Classification of the outlying species of New World Panicum (Poaceae: Paniceae). [Fernando O Zuloaga; Thomas R Soderstrom]. Classification of the outlying species of New World Panicum (Poaceae: Paniceae).
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Zuloaga, Fernando O. and Soderstrom, Thomas R. "Classification of the Outlying Species of New World Panicum (Poaceae: Paniceae)."Smithsonian Contributions to. Classification of the outlying species of New World Panicum (Poaceae: Paniceae) / By Fernando O.
Zuloaga and Thomas R. Soderstrom Topics: America, Botany, Classification, Panicum. Panicum L. is a cosmopolitan genus with approximately species. Although the genus has been considerably reduced in species number with the segregation of many taxa to independent genera in the.
Classification of the outlying species of new world Panicum (Poaceae: Paniceae) FO Zuloaga, TR Soderstrom Smithsonian Contributions to Bot A guide to collecting bamboos TR Soderstrom, SM Young Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden, Numerical studies based on 64 characters placed American species of the genus Panicum L.
in 23 sections clustered in five major groups. The same major groups were obtained when the five characters that define the subgenera were excluded from the analyses.
Groups 1 and 2 included C 4 species. DARBYSHIRE, S., CAYOUETTE, J., Identification of the species in the Panicum capillare complex (Poaceae) from eastern Canada and adjacent New York State. Canadian Journal of Bot DOMAC, R., Small fl ora of Croatia (in Croatian).
The millipede genus Megaphyllum Verhoeff, in the Balkan Peninsula, with description of new species (Myriapoda: Diplopoda: Julida: Julidae) Eszter Lazányi, Boyan Vagalinski, Zoltán Korsós Classification of the outlying species of New W'orld Panicum (Poaceae: Paniceae).
(Smithsonian contributions to botany ; no. 59). Pannicum barbipulvinatum is a species native to North America, but it has been found in many European countries (as Panicum riparium as well): Germany (Scholz ), Austria (Hohla Zuloaga () proposed a classification for the New World species of Panicum, based on exomorphological, anatomical, and karyological characters, in which he recognized 6 subgen.
Thomas Robert Soderstrom (9 de gener deChicago, Illinois. ) va ser un botànic nord-americà. Es va especialitzar en pastures (Poaceae o gramínies). Durant molts anys va ser el taxònom encarregat de herbacies del Departament de Botànica del Museu Nacional d'Història Natural.
Fig. 2 from Morrone et al, Phylogeny of the Paniceae (Poaceae: Panicoideae): integrating plastid DNA sequences and morphology into a new classification. Cladistics (). Panicoideae. This subtribe of genera and species has been traditionally subdivided to the two major tribes Paniceae and Andropogoneae, the former representing about 32% of the subfamily and the latter.
Panicum arnacites Trin. Tatianyx is a genus of plants in the grass family.   The only known species is Tatianyx arnacites, native to the States of Bahia, Goiás, Mato Grosso, Minas Gerais, and Pará. The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.
Classification of the outlying species of New World Panicum (Poaceae: Paniceae) / Holding Institution: Smithsonian Libraries. Subjects: America Botany Classification Panicum. This problem can be minimized by consulting Brown (), who lists many C 3 and C 4 Panicum species, and Zuloaga () who lists New World Panicum species by subgenus and photosynthetic pathway.
Habitat descriptions also help, because tropical C 3 Panicum spp. tend to be found in high elevation or moist, shaded locations, whereas C 4 Panicum.
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Journal of Systematics and Evolution 55(4): – DOI: /jse ResearchGate Reference page. Zuloaga, F.O., Scataglini, M.A. & Morrone, O. A molecular phylogeny of primarily New World species has facilitated infrageneric classification, including the proposal that the genus Panicumshould be restricted to a group of c.
species (Panicum sensu stricto), all of which have basic chromosome number x=9 (Aliscioni et al., ).