2 edition of Taxonomy of Memecylon (Melastomataceae) in Borneo found in the catalog.
Taxonomy of Memecylon (Melastomataceae) in Borneo
|Series||Opera botanica -- no.69|
|LC Classifications||QK 475 B83 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||47 p. :|
|Number of Pages||47|
The lack of opportunity and stimulation for a carrier as plant taxonomist is the main reason why the three scientists who have completed their PhD in plant taxonomy (Kenfack ; Nguembou ; Taedoung ) left plant taxonomy for other fields such as forestry conservation. Taxonomic research is not amongst the country's maybom247.com by: 2. DOI: /phytotaxa Abstract. Memecylon sect. Buxifolia R.D. Stone (Melastomataceae, Olisbeoideae) is a group of forest shrubs and small understory trees distributed from tropical East Africa (Kenya and Tanzania) to eastern South Africa and with a disjunct occurrence in Madagascar.
On the occurrence of Memecylon clarkeanum Cogn. (Melastomataceae) - a vulnerable species from Nilgiris, Tamil Nadu, India C. Udhayavani 1 & V.S. Ramachandran 2 1,2 Taxonomy & Floristic Lab, Department of Botany, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu , IndiaAuthor: C. Udhayavani, V.S. Ramachandran. Memecylon flavescens, is an endangered taxon belongs to the family Melastomataceae. The present study is an attempt to investigate the presence of phytochemicals in methanolic extracts of stem and leaf by GC/MS and to estimate the content of total phenols .
the genus Memecylon is represented by 39 species of which 21 are endemic to the country and the Western Ghats is reported to host 29 species However, while studying the molecular taxonomy of the genus Memecylon L. of the Western Ghats, the authors did collect 3 more Memecylon species (M. procerum Thw., M. clarkeanum Cogn. andM. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. Memecylon maxwellii (Melastomataceae), a New Species of Limestone Endemic Woody Tree Item Preview Taxonomy Archive. Additional Collections. Uploaded by rdmpage on January 21, SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).
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Memecylon is a plant group in Melastomataceae. It consists of species of small to medium-sized trees and shrubs occurring in the Old World tropics. Memecylon is a monophyletic group basal to the Melastomataceae clade. Memecylon taxa have more than published maybom247.com: Melastomataceae.
Memecylon pendulum Chih C. Wang, Y. midrib impressed adaxially and slightly raised H. Tseng, Y. Chen & Kun C. Chang, a new species abaxially, lateral veins 4 to 7 per side, coriaceous, of Melastomataceae from Taiwan, is described and drying dull greenish yellow; petioles 3–5 mm, illustrated.
This new species is allied to M. channeled adaxially. MEMECYLON MAXWELLII (MELASTOMATACEAE), A NEW SPECIES OF LIMESTONE ENDEMIC WOODY SHRUB Lahiru S. Wijedasa1, 2, 3 ABSTRACT Memecylon maxwellii, a new limestone endemic species, is described here in honour of J.
Maxwell. The. Memecylon ponmudianum, a new species of Melastomataceae from Thiruvananthapuram district, Kerala, India, is described and illustrated. The new species resembles M. terminale and M. subramanii but differs from the former by its larger and sessile leaves with cordate.
A new species, Memecylon pseudomegacarpum (Melastomataceae), is described from southern Peninsular Thailand, Peninsular Malaysia and Singapore. This taxon was previously known under the misapplied name M. megacarpum, which is now considered endemic to maybom247.com by: 1.
We have no more specific information for this species, but in general the wood of Memecylon species is usually white to brown, very dense and heavy, sinking in water. It is also often very durable. Where the wood gets large enough it is often used traditionally for purposes such as.
Mar 15, · A new species of Melastomataceae, Memecylon idukkianum Nampy & Syam Radh, is described and illustrated from Mathikettan Shola National Park, Kerala, India. It is morphologically allied to M.
varians Thwaites, an endemic species from Sri Lanka, but differs in the quadrangular branchlets, leaves with an acute or obtuse apex, petioles 5 – 9 mm long, 15 – flowered cymes, white flowers Author: S.
Syam Radh, Santhosh Nampy. The genus Memecylon L. consists of about species, mainly in the Old World tropics (Mabberley, ). In India, the genus is represented by about 33 species (Clarke, ; Santapau and Henry, ), of which 13 are endemic to peninsular India (Nayar, ).
Cite as: USDA, Agricultural Research Service, National Plant Germplasm System. Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN-Taxonomy). National Germplasm Resources Laboratory, Beltsville, Maryland. Memecylon macrocarpum is a species of plant in the Melastomataceae family.
It is endemic to Sri Lanka. World Conservation Monitoring Centre ().Family: Melastomataceae. Shrubs or small to medium sized trees. Leaves entire, glabrous, mid-rib prominent with distinct to obscure intra-marginal and lateral veins.
Inflorescence cymes, compound, bracteates, usually thyrsoid to umbel-shaped, often condensed to sessile fascicles of flowers or few-flowered heads at tips of peduncles; Flowers tetramerous; calyx campanulate to cupuliform or urceolate, glabrous.
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Memecylon pseudomegacarpum maybom247.com (Melastomataceae), a new species of tree from Peninsular Malaysia A new species, Memecylon pseudomegacarpum (Melastomataceae), is described from southern Peninsular Thailand, Peninsular Malaysia and maybom247.com by: 1.
Maxwell’s contribution to botanical specimen collection and taxonomy of Melastoma- his collection books. To answer this question, I sat down with Max in and went through was about specimen labels surrounding the Melastomataceae genus—Memecylon (which he. + citations, h-index 46 (Google Scholar) Five important publications Bremer, K.
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- 23 chapters, pp., 89 line drawings, 24 tables; 7 chapters by or in cooperation with. Memecylon subcordatum (Melastomataceae) is an endemic and critically endangered species of the Kalakkad-Mundanthurai Tiger Reserve in India.
Twenty five inter-simple sequence repeat primers were used to screen 86 maybom247.com: Madepalli Byrappa gowdu Viswanathan, Chinnaiyan Rajasekar, Perumal Sathish Kumar. Memecylon subcordatum (Melastomataceae) is an endemic and critically endangered species of the Kalakkad-Mundanthurai Tiger Reserve in India.
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A web site about the Flora of Mozambique. Memecylon L. Fayaz, F. () Encyclopedia of Tropical Plants Firefly Books, New Zealand Description of the genus.
Short Communication The correct name for Memecylon grandiflorum (Melastomataceae)A.E. van Wyk, H. G.W.J. Schweickerdt Herbarium, Department of Botany, University of Pretoria, PretoriaRepublic of South Africa H.G.W.J.
Schweickerdt Herbarium, Department of Botany, University of Pretoria Pretoria Republic of South Africa The correct name for Memecylon grandiflorum A. & R. Fernandes is Cited by: 1.Lectotypification of Memecylon flavescens Gamble (Memecylaceae DC.) Moumita Das Das(1), Debabrata Maity(2*) and Arabinda Pramanik(1) 1.
Central Botanical Laboratory, Botanical Survey of India, A. J.C. Bose Indian Botanic Garden, Howrah 2.Welcome to the India Biodiversity Portal - A repository of information designed to harness and disseminate collective intelligence on the biodiversity of the Indian subcontinent.