3 edition of Flora Nordica found in the catalog.
by Bergius Foundation, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in Stockholm
Written in English
|Statement||editor-in-chief, Bengt Jonsell ; project committee 2003, Arne Anderber ... [et. al.] ; editorial staff 2003, Magdalena Agestam ... [et. al.].|
|Contributions||Jonsell, Bengt., Bergianska stiftelsen.|
|LC Classifications||QK324 .F564 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||274 p. :|
|Number of Pages||274|
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Flora Nordica as well as in Stace’s new British Flora it is clearly mentioned that the papillae are white and clavate. 4. Plant distribution and rarity Within the last 15 years a spate of floristic arti-cles dealing with new finds in Denmark have been published in readily available local journals (e.g., the. The author gives an account of his work with some difficult groups within the Apiaceae and how they are presented in the newly published sixth volume of Flora by: 1.
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Flora Danica takes its inspiration from Simon Pauli’s Flora Nordica book of the same name from Simon Pauli was a doctor, anatomist and botanist and worked as the physician for two Danish kings. He combined medicine and botany in the book, which contains approximately. Flora Nordica 1. Lycopodiaceae - Polygonaceae.
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The books. Flora Nordica, written in English, addresses professionals and advanced amateurs in Norden and ing to present plans, the complete work will comprise 15 volumes. For all species, subspecies, varieties and hybrids – also casual aliens – the treatment includes synonyms, official names in Nordic languages, and distribution information.
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Pettersson, B. An alien flora on Drumsö (Helsingfors) introduced by cork bark imported from Morocco and Spain. Mem. Soc. pro Fauna & Flora Fennica Flora Nordica is a research project with the aim to produce a scientifically based flora of the vascular plants in northern Europe.
This flora should be a synthesis of previous research, indicating problems which should be considered in future research; it will comprise 15 volumes) and is written in English.
Lectotypifications of Lìnnaean names for Flora Nordica Vol. 1 (Lycopodiaceae — Papaveraceae) Article in Nordic Journal of Botany 14(2) - June with 70 Reads How we measure 'reads'. The last third of this book deals with technical aspects of the Flora Nordica series: Principles and conventions of the Nordic Flora, Standard literature, the list of Nordic herbaria, and the multilingual dictionary of Botanical terms.
Fifteen authors contributed to this volume. Nomenclatural notes to Flora Nordica Vol. 6 (Thymelaeaceae–Apiaceae) Article in Nordic Journal of Botany 27(2) - March with 23 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Taxonomy and naming.
Silaum was first formally described in by the Scottish botanist in charge of the Chelsea Physic Garden, Philip Miller; this description was published in his own reference series, The Gardeners Dictionary (abr., ed.
4 ()). The etymology of Silaum was not explicitly offered by Miller, who applied a plant name used by Pliny, though it may refer to the mountainous Family: Apiaceae.
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Volume I. Edited by B. Jonsell. xxii + The Bergius Foundation. the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Stockholm. E ISBN I O. The Flora Nordica Project was initiated in to produce "a comprehensive, diagnostic Flora of high scientific standard covering the vascular plants", some 4, altogether, of Denmark, Finland.
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. Kai Larsen (15 November in Hillerød – 23 August ) was a Danish botanist.
Kai Larsen was professor of botany (Emeritus from ) at Århus University, was the Danish editor of Flora Nordica, editor of Flora of Thailand, advisor to Flora of China and executive member of Flora Malesiana. He was a member of the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters. Catalogue for Bibliotek Nordica - list of all participatiing artists detailing their contribution to this portable library project for aritsts' books from the Nordic Countries - curated by codex.
Nordic Journal of Botany Nordic Journal of Botany Jonsell, Bengt â Lidâ s Floraâ has for decades been one of the most popular and widely used folras of vascular plants not only in its home country Norway but also in Sweden, and this not only because from the 3rd edition it came to include both countries but especially because an up-to-date counterpart, well balancing.
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Für später vormerken. If your book order is heavy or oversized, it requires increased shipping charges.Flora Nordica has figures, mostly line drawings of important diagnostic characters, sometimes with SEM photographs. Many taxa of the book are circumpolar or have vicariants in other parts of the circumpolar region.Angelica was supposedly revealed to the 14th Century physician Mattheus Sylvaticus by the archangel as a medicinal plant, hence the common name of archangel and subsequent specific epithet archangelica given by Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus.
In the 17th Century the herbalist Nicholas Culpeper wrote ' some called this an herb of the Holy Ghost; others more moderate called it Angelica.