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Studies in the anatomy and morphology of spikelet and flower of the Gramineae

Ethel Belk

Studies in the anatomy and morphology of spikelet and flower of the Gramineae

by Ethel Belk

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Published in Ithaca, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Grasses,
  • Flowers -- Anatomy,
  • Flowers -- Morphology

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 183, [2] l.
    Number of Pages183
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14993205M

    a textbook of systematic botany with great thoroughness, each by a different specialist. The purpose of this work is to find where specific lines should be drawn, revise specific descriptions, make ecological studies on the different species of the genus, etc.   The 42 structural characters fall into several groups: morphology of culm and leaf (6 characters), morphology of spikelet (7), morphology of flower (9), morphology of fruit and embryo (9), morphology of seedling (1), anatomy of vegetative structures (5), biochemistry (2), and structure of the chloroplast genome (3).

      Flowering Plants. Monocots by Elizabeth A. Kellogg, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. This volume is the outcome of a modern phylogenetic analysis of the grass family based on multiple sources of data, in particular molecular systematic studies resulting from a concerted effort by researchers worldwide, including the author. In the classification given here grasses are subdivided into 12 subfamilies with 29 tribes and over genera. The keys and descriptions for the taxa.

    XXVI, No. 5 6 DECEMBER, STUDIES IN THE ECOLOGICAL EVOLUTION OF THE ANGIOSPERMS BY J. W. BEWS, M.A., CHAPTER VI THE EFFECT OF CLIMATIC DIFFERENTIATION ON DERIVATIVE TYPES E have seen how, under the infiuence of the biota, during longcontinued favourable conditions, various derivative types of plant form have been produced. The effect of drier . Bamboos / b æ m ˈ b uː / are evergreen perennial flowering plants in the subfamily Bambusoideae of the grass family word "bamboo" comes from the Dutch or Portuguese languages, which probably borrowed it from Malay.. In bamboo, as in other grasses, the internodal regions of the stem are usually hollow and the vascular bundles in the cross-section are scattered throughout the stem Clade: Tracheophytes.


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Studies in the anatomy and morphology of spikelet and flower of the Gramineae by Ethel Belk Download PDF EPUB FB2

The role of floral anatomy in the solution of morphological problems. — Studies in flower structure. Studies in the anatomy and morphology of the spikelet and flower of the Gramineae.

Thesis, Cornell Univ. Benson, M. and Welsford, E. Cited by: The grasses, and in particular the cereals, have long been investigated as models for studies of chromosome number, morphology, dynamics, and evolution (e.g., Avdulov ; Stebbins ). Download Citation | The Gramineae: A study of Cereal, Bamboo and Grass | Agnes Arber (–) was a prominent British botanist specialising in plant morphology and comparative anatomy.

85 Chapter 3 ANATOMY AND MORPHOLOGY Paul H. Moore INTRODUCTION The plant breeder must have a thorough knowledge of the morphology and anatomy of the particular crop w i t h which he is working, including i n f o r m a t i o n on the range of variants in expression of particular t r a i t s and the degree to which the expressed t r a i t s are governed by genetic or environmental f a c t o r by: Poaceae (/ p oʊ ˈ eɪ s i aɪ /) or Gramineae is a large and nearly ubiquitous family of monocotyledonous flowering plants known as grasses, commonly referred to collectively as e includes the cereal grasses, bamboos and the grasses of natural grassland and cultivated lawns and pasture.

The Poaceae are the most important source of the world's dietary energy : Tracheophytes. MORPHOLOGY OF THE RICE PLANT T he cultivated rice plant (Oryza sativa L.) be- longs to the tribe Oryzeae under the sub-family Pooideae in the grass family Gramineae (Poa- ceae).

Biosystematists recently divided the genus Oryza into several sections and placed O. The Gramineae family contains vitally important food plants such as wheat, millet and rice, leading Arber to begin her study with the history of human interaction with these plants. It was the first published general description of these important plants, and remains a classic example of.

The ancestry and origin of the lodicules, palea, lemma, and glumes have been the subject of a vast and largely inconclusive literature. Recent work on lodicules in maize and rice has shown that they express petal-identity genes (Ambrose et al., ; Kyozuka et al., ).

Because they are in the position of petals and because the early. Structure of the Flower and Spikelet in Rice Rice belongs to the Poaceae (grass) family, which is widely distributed throughout the world. Grasses form a complex inflorescence, consisting of a main axis, branches, spikelets and florets (Bortiri & Hake, ; Hirano et al.

Belk, E. Studies in the anatomy and morphology of the spikelet and flower of the Gramineae. Ph.D. dissertation, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. [Anthoxanthum.] Bennett, B.A. Siberian wild rye (Elymus sibiricus L., Poaceae) in western North America: Native or introduced.

BEN [Botanical Electronic News] #   It is left only to summarize this review because it is hoped that the literature has been summarized with reasonable adequacy in the preceding pages.

The aim has been to see barley literature not only from the viewpoint of the geneticist and cytologist but also from the standpoint of the plant breeder, agronomist and farmer. In a review of this kind it has been necessary to pass over with only Cited by: Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts We investigated spikelet development in four distantly related species of the grass tribe Andropogoneae to determine whether spikelet development and the formation of unisexual florets are uniform throughout the tribe.

(source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary This volume is the outcome of a modern phylogenetic analysis of the grass family based on multiple sources of data, in particular molecular systematic studies resulting from a concerted effort by researchers worldwide, including the author.

This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Spikelet structure: As members of the grass family, the bamboos have reduced flowers called 'florets' as part of a spikelet.

The spikelet proper is a basic unit of a bamboo flower. There is no proper perianth in the floret, being substituted by lodicules. The origin of lodicules and other bracts (lemma and palea) is.

The "moving wall" represents the time period between the last issue available in JSTOR and the most recently published issue of a journal.

Moving walls are generally represented in years. In rare instances, a publisher has elected to have a "zero" moving wall, so their current issues are available. The structure, anatomy and morphology of mature seeds: an overview More general seed structural features: Seeds are the dispersal and propagation units of the Spermatophyta (seed plants): Gymnosperms (conifers and related clades) and Angiosperms (flowering plants).

A comparison of these to major groups is presented on the "Seed evolution" webpage. Kellogg, E. Ontogenetic studies of florets in Poa (Gramineae): allometry and heterochrony. Evolution Unified vocabulary of anatomy and morphology of a flowering plant. Plant Physiology Sánchez-Ken, Kellogg, E.

Book Review: Genera graminum (Clayton and Renvoize). BIBLIOGRAPHY Ahuja, A. Studies on the epidermis of some members of the Cyperaceae, Curr. Sci., Akiyama, S. On the systematic anatomy of the leaves of some Japa­. Development of the floret and embryo sac of Oryzopsis virescens and O.

hymenoides was studied. Evidence from this study and from other studies on grass floret and embryo sac development has brought the following interpretations. Histogenesis of the lemma, palea, posterior lodicule and the gynoecial wall is similar, and indicates their foliar nature.

They are determinate organs, have a shallow. About this book. The Families and Genera of Vascular Plants, Volume 13 is the outcome of a modern phylogenetic analysis of the grass family based on multiple sources of data, in particular molecular systematic studies resulting from a concerted effort by researchers worldwide, including the author.Each pair of spikelets consists of one pedicel- late spikelet and one sessile spikelet.

Each spikelet con- sists of two staminate florets, the upper floret being de- velopmentally in advance of the lower. Florets consist of two different bracts at the base, the palea and the lemma, and a flower.his studies on the interspecific hybrids, proposed that the basic genomes in Saccharum were x=8 and x= In gramineae, t w o genomes predominate as the basic chromosome numbers, x=7 for the temperate and x=IO for the tropical grasses.

one of the genomes in sugarcane as w e l l. Hence, x=IO must be The other genome, x-6 or x=8 could.