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Amaryllidaceae

Inger Nordal

Amaryllidaceae

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Published by published on behalf of the East African Governments by Balkema, Royal Botanic Gardens [(distributor)] in Rotterdam, Kew .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Amaryllidaceae.,
  • Botany -- Africa, East.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Inger Nordal.
    SeriesFlora of tropical East Africa
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK495.A484
    The Physical Object
    Pagination31p. :
    Number of Pages31
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21377076M
    ISBN 109061913055


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Southern Africa has long been recognized as a major center of diversity for the Amaryllidaceae, and this is Amaryllidaceae book first comprehensive, illustrated account of the Amaryllidaceae book in the region, covering all eighteen genera and more than taxa.5/5(3).

Amaryllidaceae: Preceded by an Attempt to Arrange the Monocotyledonous Orders, and Followed by a Treatise on Cross-bred Vegetables, and Supplement William Herbert Ridgway, - Amaryllidaceae. This thorough easy-to-use guide is the first book dedicated entirely to the 18 genera in the family Amaryllidaceae in southern Africa.

Apart from the over exceptional watercolour plates there are detailed distribution maps and magnificent photographs showing plants in typical habitat conditions.

There is an index, glossary and bibliography. The book. The Amaryllidaceae book of South Africa. Amaryllidaceae book Just published. Barbara Jeppe commenced illustrating each Amaryllid that grows in South Africa approximately 45 years ago. Barbara passed away in and her daughter Leigh Voight did all the illustrations to complete the book.

The brilliant text was written by Graham Duncan from Kirstenbosch. With fascinating information on the historical background of the amaryllis, details on its horticultural requirements, and an illustrated glossary of almost varieties, Amaryllis is the authoritative guide to the queen of flowering bulbs/5(19).

Categories Vegetables Tags Alliums, Amaryllidaceae, Garlic (Allium Amaryllidaceae book, Root Crops Garlic is one of the best loved and most often used kitchen ingredients. Widely appreciated for its many health benefits, it’s a workhorse in the garden too, acting as a natural pesticide and keeping other plants healthy.

The Amaryllidaceae covers 90 genera and species. The members are widely distributed throughout the world.

The family is chiefly distributed in the tropics and sub-tropics. Amaryllidaceae, amaryllis family of perennial herbs in the flowering plant order Asparagales, containing 73 genera and at least 1, species, distributed primarily in tropical and subtropical areas of the world.

Members of the family have bulbs or underground stems, several strap- or lance-shapedMissing: book. Amaryllidaceae, amaryllis family of perennial herbs in the flowering plant order Asparagales, containing 73 genera and at least 1, species, distributed primarily in tropical and subtropical areas of the world.

Members of the family have bulbs or underground stems, several strap- or lance-shaped leaves grouped at the base of the Missing: book. A list of all accepted names in Amaryllidaceae is available in CSV format.

Statistics. Species of Amaryllidaceae contained within The Plant List belong to 79 plant genera. The Plant List includes 6, scientific plant names of species rank for the family Amaryllidaceae. Of these. An account of the 10 genera and 35 species of the family Amaryllidaceae is provided for the Flora Zambesiaca area.

Crinum is the largest genus with 16 species, followed by Ammocharis and. Graham Duncan has 16 books on Goodreads with ratings. Graham Duncan’s most popular book is Tribe of Mentors: Short Life Advice from the Best in the W.

Amaryllidaceae is well-marked by its showy lily-like epigynous flowers as in common onion. According to Meerow and Snijman (), Amaryllidaceae is about species in 59 genera.

Its center of. I have to hand a most treasured item: a definitive illustrated guide to the southern African family of Amaryllidaceae. It's a comprehensive and handsome publication, pages in all. The launch in Cape Town was held on Saturday at the Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden's book shop and the two authors were present.

The accomplishment in getting. The Amaryllidaceae of Southern Africa, Graham > > Duncan, Barbara Jeppe, Leigh Voigt. > > > > > > > > So pleased and excited to take some time and read through it.

The > > illustrations are lovely, the ink odor doesn't attack my sinuses like so > > many new books, and the text is readable without a magnifier. Amaryllidaceae is the botanical name of a family of flowering plants, sometimes plants in this family are described as amaryllid in the vernacular.

Popular genera. Amaryllis, the Belladonna Lily or Naked Lady; Caliphruria, Amazon lily; Clivia, the Kaffir lily; Crinum, Swamp Lily; Eucharis, Amazon Lily; Galanthus, Snowdrop; Habranthus, Rain lily; Hippeastrum, commonly sold as Amaryllis or Class: Liliopsida.

Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Botany -- Africa, East. Amaryllidaceae -- Africa, East. Amaryllidaceae. View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items. Abstract. Bulbous (rarely rhizomatous), mostly geophytic, perennials, terrestrial, occasionally aquatic or epiphytic, rich in family-specific tunicate.

Leaves annual or persistent, sessile and linear or lorate, or petiolate and lanceolate to widely elliptic, distichous or spirally arranged; sometimes basally sheathing and forming an aerial pseudostem, usually glabrous, rarely. Amaryllidaceae Plants of the Amaryllis FamilyFormerly included within the Lily family.

If you have enjoyed a potted Amaryllis blooming in mid-winter, than you have met the Amaryllis family. Members of this family are typically perennial plants that resprout each year from underground bulbs.

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Phylogenetic analysis of Leucojum and Galanthus (Amaryllidaceae) based on plastid matK and nuclear ribosomal spacer (ITS) DNA sequences and morphology Davis, A.

Southern Africa has long been recognized as a major center of diversity for the Amaryllidaceae, and this is the first comprehensive, illustrated account of the family in the region, covering all eighteen genera and more than taxa.

Graham Pages:   Autumn Flowers and the new Amaryllidaceae Book We have reached that time of year again at the end of summer as the nights draw in and the weather becomes cooler. As the hope of autumn and winter rains sit on the horizon, it is time to look out for our Renosterveld autumn flowers, particularly those in the Amaryllidaceae family.

Download book Download PDF Download All Download JPEG Download Text Amaryllidaceae: preceded by an attempt to arrange the monocotyledonous orders, and followed by a treatise on cross-bred vegetables, and supplement.

This book review was also published in the most recent issue of The Bulb Garden, the newsletter of the Pacific Bulb Society. Graham Duncan, Barbara Jepp, and Leigh Voigt (). The Amaryllidaceae of Southern Africa, Umdaus Press, Pretoria, South Africa.

When I first learned of the impending publication of The Amaryllidaceae of Southern Africa, I wondered whether it would be.

The Amaryllidaceae of Southern Africa is certainly a magnum opus on Southern Hemisphere geophytes that spans 45 years, 28 of which were devoted to botanical illustrations by Barbara Jeppe. Jeppe's daughter Leigh Voigt continued the work for the next 16 years. Amaryllidaceae usually have numerous flowers held in an umbrella-like cluster at the end of a leafless stem, called a scape.

In unusual genera like Gethyllis (kukumakranka), however, the scape carries only one flower and remains subterranean. Flowers are frequently large and showy and vary from star-like to trumpet-shaped or g: book. Botany, Ethnobotanical Uses, Biological and Chemical Properties of Gethyllis afra L.

(Amaryllidaceae) Pages Collen Musara and Alfred Maroyi. Medicinal Plants and Economic Development (MPED) Research Centre, Department of Botany, University of Fort. Leigh Voigt, Barbara Jeppe, Graham Duncan. likes. This easy-to-use layman’s guide is the first book dedicated entirely to the 18 genera in the family Amaryllidaceae in Southern ers: Find Amaryllidaceae by Herbert W - McGraw-Hill Companies, The, Hardcover.

Very Good. Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition. Les amarilidacees (Amaryllidaceae) son una familia de llantes herbales, perennes, bulboses o rizomatusas, pertenecientes al orde Asparagales de les ser fácilmente reconocíes polos sos flores trímeras dispuestes n'inflorescencies similares a umbeles, que tópense arrodiaes de dos bráctees na estremidá d'un familia ta compuesta per alredor de 73 Clas: Liliopsida.

The Amaryllidaceae is a widely distributed, monocotyledonous family, represented by 59 genera and over species all over the world (Figure 1) (1,2). South America (28 genera) and South Africa (19 genera) are the regions with major diversity. Gallery showing all our illustrations filed under the keyword Amaryllidaceae.

TL-2 Sitwell & Blunt p Barnhart, John Hendley, Barron, Leonard, Copy 1: Plates are in color. Amaryllidoideae is a subfamily of monocot flowering plants in the family Amaryllidaceae, order Asparagales. The most recent APG classification, APG III, takes a broad view of the Amaryllidaceae, which then has three subfamilies, one of which is Amaryllidoideae, and the others are Allioideae and Agapanthoideae.

The subfamily consists of about seventy genera, with over eight hundred species, Clade: Angiosperms. Amaryllidaceae: preceded by an attempt to arrange the monocotyledonous orders, and followed by a treatise on cross-bred vegetables, and supplement, By.

Herbert, William, Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. London,J. Ridgway and Sons, Notes: Sitwell &. Amaryllidaceae: Preceded by an Attempt to Arrange the Monocotyledonous Orders, and Followed by a Treatise on Cross-bred Vegetables, and Supplement: Autor: William Herbert: Verlag: James Ridgway, Original von: Harvard University: Digitalisiert: 1.

Juni Länge: Seiten: Zitat exportieren: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. Amaryllidaceae. The Amaryllidaceae are perennial herbs from a bulb with contractile roots, comprising 50 genera and species. The leaves are alternate and more or less basal, simple, usually linear or lorate, flat, entire, parallel-veined, sheathing at base; stipules g: book.

For documenting flora of India that is being discussed on efloraofindia google e-group along with supplementing the working of the group. Efloraofindia (earlier Indiantreepix) is the largest Google e-group in the world in this field & largest nature related in India devoted to creating awareness, helping in identification etc.

along with discussion & documentation of Indian Flora. Amaryllidaceae (daffodils, narcissi, etc.)A dfamily of bulbous herbs which differ from Liliaceae only in the inferior ovary in their flowers. The flowers are solitary or occur in inflorescence is enclosed at first in a scarious flowers are regular and showy, with 6 similar perianth segments in 2 whorls, and sometimes with a trumpet-like g: book.

by Sheila Black 1. In my dream state of New Mexico, the onion fields sing and breathe. They know how to discard a skin without regret. But also, how to make beauty of what is lost.

In my dream state, I hand you armfuls of onions that desiccate in the clear clear desert air. They resemble the wings of moths or translucent birds. They fly through the hot wind.Nerine Herbert, family Amaryllidaceae, is a genus of about 30 species that are native to South Africa, Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia, and Swatini (formerly known as Swaziland).

Species of Nerine are autumn-flowering, perennial, bulbous plants, which inhabit areas with summer rainfall and cool, dry winters.

Most Nerine species have been cultivated for their elegant flowers, presenting a source of Author: Lucie Cahlíková, Nina Vaněčková, Marcela Šafratová, Kateřina Breiterová, Gerald Blunden, Daniela Hul.Amaryllidaceae definition is - a family of plants (order Liliales) found mostly in tropical regions and having perfect showy flowers with the tube of the perianth adnate to the g: book.