2 edition of Mexican cacalioid genera allied to Senecio (Compositae) found in the catalog.
Mexican cacalioid genera allied to Senecio (Compositae)
Richard W. Pippen
|Statement||by Richard W. Pippen.|
|Series||Contributions from the United States National Herbarium, v. 34, pt. 6|
|LC Classifications||QK1 .U5 vol. 34, pt. 6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||447|
|LC Control Number||68061567|
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Mexican "cacalioid" genera allied to Senecio (Compositae). Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Thesis/dissertation: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Richard W Pippen. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Notes.
Senecio jatrophoides (Kunth) Hemsl., Homonyms Digitacalia jatrophoides (Kunth) Pippen Bibliographic References. Pippen () In: Contrib. U.S. Nat. Herb, Pippen RW () MEXICAN "CACALIOID" GENERA ALLIED TO SENECIO (COMPOSITAE). has»=28, a number unreported for Senecio (Fedorov, ).
In a recent study of Mexican cacalioids, Pippen () recognizes four genera, but he offers a table summarizing the distinctions between these "Cacalioid genera" and Sene cio (table 2, p.
Incorporated into the table are the cacalioid features of discoid heads and white or creamy. (shelved 6 times as mexican-authors) avg rating — 13, ratings — published on the Senecioneae of Panama.
A large group of Mexican senecios collected by E. Gibson () for his work on Senecio section Palmatinervii were also on deposit at Kansas State University. Several non-"Cacalioid" species of Senecio to which various authors have given separate generic status were also.
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Rob. & Brettell. A phytogeography section for the genus. In contrast, genera in the "cacalioid complex" of the subtribe Tussilagininae commonly have discoid and whitish capitula, an ecalyculate involucre, slender (undilated) filament collars, polarised.
Some members of Senecioneae are well-known horticultural plants (e.g., species of Doronicum, Emilia, Gynura, Ligularia, Pericallis, and Senecio). Other Senecionids are known for poisoning of livestock, mainly by alkaloids in Senecio spp.
(mostly cattle and horses) and by furanoeremophilanes in Tetradymia spp. (mostly sheep). The Mexican and Central American complex of Senecio, s.l., and Cacalia, s.l., is divided into eleven informal groups, with several subgroups, in order to define more or less natural assemblages for detailed revisionary studies.
The groups are separated by a key. The discussion accounts for the disposition of the segragate genera recognized by H. Robinson and co-workers, as well as the. NEW TAXON IN PSACALIUM (ASTERACEAE:SENECIONEAE) FROM OAXACA,MEXICO Billie L. Turner Plant Research Center, The University of Texas at Austin, 1 University Station FO, Austin, Texas Abstract: A new peltate-leaved taxon of Psacalium, Psacalium putlanum, is described.
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(shelved 4 times as mexican-fiction) avg rating — 22, ratings — published Proposals for a revision of generic and sectional limits in Senecio and allied genera are outlined and, on the basis of the study of species of Senecio sensu lato, a scheme is put forward to.
Some recent systematic investigations have placed great reliance on micromorphological floral features in generic delimitation in the Senecioneae. In order to test the taxonomic value of those features, 31 species of New World “Cacalioid” and “Senecionoid” Senecioneae were examined for five micromorphological characters: 1) configuration and distribution of the stigmatic area on the.
Part 6. Mexican "Cacalioid" genera allied to Senecio (Com positae). By Richard W. Pippen. (Published ) Part 7. The lichen genera Getrelia and Platismatia (Par meliaceae). By William Louis Culberson and ChicitaF. Culberson. (Published J ). iii. With new maps, updated appendicxes, and a new chapter providing an up-to-date consideration of the immigration debate centered on Mexican communities in the US, this new edition of Mexicanos provides a thorough and balanced contribution to understanding Mexicans' history and their vital importance to 21st-century s: The Mexican tussilaginoid genera (Asteraceae: Senecioneae) consists of 13 genera distributed from the USA to Panama, with most species occurring in montane regions from Central Mexico to Guatemala.Discussion.
Genera ca.species + (29 genera, species in the flora). Most (not all) members of Senecioneae are characterized by a combination of calyculate involucres of subequal to equal phyllaries in 1–2 series, receptacles epaleate, anthers not tailed, style branches truncate or truncate-penicillate, and pappi of fine bristles; exceptions for all those traits are known.