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A determination of three British species of Juncus, with jointed leaves

A determination of three British species of Juncus, with jointed leaves

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Published by R. Taylor in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Juncus -- Great Britain.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Hugh Davies ; read November 1, l808.
    SeriesLandmarks of science II
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQ111 .H35, QK495.J87 .H35
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationp. 10-14
    Number of Pages14
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19447679M

    Other species of the Juncus genus have been used in wetland projects around the world [23] [24] [25]; however, while the suitability of J. acutus has been examined for wastewater treatment in CWs. Flickr photos above were identified by the individual photographers but not reviewed by EoPS. Contact us to report errors.

    n rush Any plant belonging to the order Juncaceæ, especially a plant of the genus Juncus; also extended to some sedges (Carex), horsetails (Equisetum), and a few other plants. The typical rush is Juncus effusus, the common or soft rush, marked by its dense clump of slender cylindrical leafless steams, 2 or 3 feet high, from matted creeping rootstocks, some of the stems barren, the others.   Unfortunately, the find had dried up considerably, but Mr. R. D. Meikle of the Royal Botanical Gardens was able to determine it as specimen of the Jointed Rush, Juncus .

    Start studying species list test 2 a. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. leaves spiral, P3+3 A G(3) monoecious = M-F flowers. Strelitziaceae apomorphies. leaves distichous (1 leaf per node, 2 lines) P3+3 A G(3), flowers bisexual Juncus acutus. Juncaceae apomorphies. Leaves spiral. Many wetland plants are sedges, Figure 4(c), having triangular stems and leaves repeating in three ranks. Scirpus, Typhus, and the common reed are the three most commonly used wetland plants. The US database indicating use is Typhus»Scirpus» Juncus; note that Phragmites is generally considered an unwanted invasive species in the US. •.


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A determination of three British species of Juncus, with jointed leaves Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. A determination of three British species of Juncus determination of three British species of Juncus, with jointed leaves. [Hugh Davies]. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): ersitylibrary (external link)Author: Hugh Davies.

"A Determination of Three British Species of Juncus, with jointed Leaves" in Transactions of the Linnean Society of London – Works by this author published before January 1, are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least years ago.

Pages in category "Juncaceae" This category contains only the following page. Europe, Asia, Africa, N. America. British. Juncus Triglumis L.

A small species inches high. Leaves radical, short, and grasslike, sheathing the base of the stem. Flowers brown, in a single terminal cluster of 2 or 3 and rarely 5. Perianth-segments obtuse, scarious at. Juncus rushes are characterized by their nude leaves, which are either thin and more or less flattened or round and containing spongy grow as tussocks or more isolated stalks, bearing inflorescences near the tip.

Many species are exceptionally hardy and some are considered weeds in gardening; a few are invasive weeds of significance. On the other hand, there is some use of rushes as.

A Determination of Three British Species of Juncus, with jointed Leaves. By the Rev. Hugh Davies, F.L.S. with descriptions of four British Species. Extracts from the Minute-Book of the Linnean Society of London.

The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community. Click on the images for a better view. Juncus inflexus is a stiff, erect rush forming tussocks in grassland, heathland or waters edge, the glaucous stems (which is often referred to as a leaf but is actually a stem) are round in section (unifacial), with a small number of very obvious ribs and with the true leaves reduced to basal sheathing scales, the inflorescence is a branched panicle borne.

الأسل (جنكوس) Juncus يُعد أكثر أجناس الفصيلة الأسلية أهمية إذ يضم قرابة نوع تتمثل في نباتات الوطن العربي بعشرات الأنواع أهمها. أسل المصب s: وهو نبات معمر، مزود بجذمور قصير مائل أو أفقي كثير الفروع.

The Botanical Magazine/Volume 1/3 The Botanical Magazine/Volume 5/ Transactions of the Linnean Society of London/Volume 10/A Determination of Three British Species of Juncus, with jointed Leaves.

Stace's Flora has become a standard reference for identification of the flora of the British Isles, with the first edition appearing in and the second in The three editions of the book have been helpful not only to British botanists but also important to those of other parts of northern Europe, even those with floras in the local language.

The RED / AMBER / GREEN dots indicate how easy it is to identify the species - see our Identification Difficulty page for more information.

A coloured rating followed by an exclamation mark denotes that different ID difficulties apply to either males and females or to the larvae - see the species. Find link is a tool written by Edward Betts. searching for Juncus found ( total) alternate case: juncus Bonemills Hollow ( words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article and dominant species are lesser pond-sedge and the rushes Juncus articulatus and Juncus inflexus.

Areas of scrub and willow carr provide additional. Frequencies of endophytes isolated from wheat leaves of three cultivars at three growth stages. was reported on annual species of juncus microflora by.

The present book is unique in the. ←A Determination of Three British Species of Juncus, with jointed Leaves Transactions of the Linnean Society of London, Volume 10 On the Proteaceae of Jussieu. Leaves spiral, tristichous or rarely distichous (Distichia, some spp.

of Juncus), basal or on the lower part of the stem, linear or filiform, with an open and sometimes auriculate or closed sheath. Taxonomy, morphology and geographic distribution of three species of Juncus were studied by Knapp and Naczi inThey concluded that the seeds of this species differ in shape and size (Knapp.

Taxonomic and nomenclatural notes on Juncus Taxonomické a nomenklatorické poznámky k rodu two names are elevated to the species rank (J.

hesperius and J. exiguus), and a new species is loose, basal leaves 0–3, cauline leaves 2–3 (4), compressed, pluritubular, im-perfectly septate, rarely subcompressed, c.

2–8 (–12) cm long, 1. Panicle terminal, forked, more or less compound, the flowers from 3 to 5 or 6 together, sessile, in little heads enveloped in membranous bracteæ. Calyx-leaves (which all authors copying one another call petals) lanceolate, pointed, longer than the stamina.

Style very short, with 3 long downy stigmata. Capsule sharply triangular, of a polished Author: James Jr. Sowerby. Seeds/Fruit: Seeds are – mm long, reddish brown and ribbed with a parachute-like pappus. Leaves: Leaves are deeply lobed and basal leaves end with a large, pointed segment.

Leaf margins have small, weak teeth (Frankton and Mulligan ). Basal leaves are stalked, but upper leaves are stalkless and clasp the stem. Stems: Mature plants.Botany for high schools and colleges. Botany.

OHARACEJE. plant is composed of a jointed stem, which bears whorls of leaves at regular intervals. The stem is one-celled in trans- verse section, as in Nitella, or it has a large axial cell, which is surrounded by many long narrow ones, which form a cortical envelope, as in many species of Oliara.This book is contains 71 species, 35 genera of the family Apiaceae Lindl.

(Umbelliferae Juss.) and 1 species, 1 genus belonging to the family Cornaceae to the flora of vascular plants in Mongolia.