Systematic Anatomy of the Dicotyledons

Systematic Anatomy of the Dicotyledons

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1908 edition. Excerpt: ...H. Sprucezma, Berg and H. succosa, DC., Henriettella fascicularis, Tr., H. Mac/adyenii, Tr. and H. membranifolia, Cogn., Loreya nigricans, Tr., Mammia pachygyna, Korth., Mecranium amygdalinum, Tr. and M. haemanthum, Tr., Medinilla astronioides, Tr., M. magnifica, Lindl., ll/I. myrti/ormis, Tr., M. papillosa, Bak., M. parvifolia, Bak., M. pauciflora, Hook. f. and M. rubicunda, Bl., zllelastoma imbricatum, Wall., M. Malabathricum, L., M. normals, L. and M. obvolutum, Jack, Jvferiania boliviensis, Cogn. and M. calophylla, Tr., Miconia afiinis. DC., M. cubensis, Sauv., M. d2')'ficil1's, Tr., M. /oveolata, Cogn., M. glandulifera, Cogn., M. hirtella, Cogn., M. Hlacina, Tr., M. uadrangularis, Naud., M. Si'ntem'si'i, Cogn. (in the species last named the cells 0 the one-layered hypoderm have ve wide and deep lumina. are sometimes transversely divided, and are further provide with exceptionally thick and gelatinous inner walls which have a milky white colour and extend upwards in the form of a wedge between the lateral walls) and M. theaezans. Cogn., Mouriria domingensis, Spach., M. grandiflom, DC., M. guianensis, Aubl. and M. myrtilloides, Poir., Ochthocharis borneensis, Bl., Pachyloma coriaceum, DC. and P. huberioides, Tr., Sonerila gnmdiflom, R. Br. and S. moluccana, Roxb., Tetrazygia angustifolia, DC., T. bicolor, Cogn., T. crotonifolia, DC., T. discolor, DC., T. elaeagnoides, DC., T. hispida, Macf. and T. pallens, Cogn. According to Holtermann, Kendrickia Walkeri also has a hypoderm, which occupies half the thickness of the leaf. In M iconia tetrzmdra, Naud. the upper epidermis in transverse section consists of a varying number of layers, the cells of which are of unequal size; in this species cells of varying size are cut off...show more

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  • Paperback | 322 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 17mm | 576g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236763912
  • 9781236763914