2 edition of Afroalpine vascular plants found in the catalog.
Afroalpine vascular plants
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|Series||Symbolae botanicae Upsalienses -- 15:1, Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis -- 15:1|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||411|
|LC Control Number||57005594|
About the Book: Taxonomy of Vascular Plants This book has been prepared as a text to meet these needs a srequired by undergraduate and post graduate students of systematic botany. Its level of presentation is sufficiently elementary not to pre suppose formal training in all of the allied botanical sciences,yet it does open channels to further 5/5(1). Professor Hedberg's books, 'Afroalpine vascular plants' () and 'Features of Afroalpine plant ecology' (). The Crater, which is a little world to itself, is furnished with fine stands of Senecio johnstonii subsp. barbatipes, and is full of swamps and streams which drain into the Suam River, which. Botanists define vascular plants by three primary characteristics: Vascular plants have vascular tissues which distribute resources through the plant. Two kinds of vascular tissue occur in plants: xylem and phloem. Phloem and xylem are closely associated with one another and are typically located immediately adjacent to each other in the : Embryophytes. Morphology and Evolution of Vascular Plants, 3rd Edition (Series of Books in Biology) | Ernest M. Gifford, Adriance S. Foster | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books.
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About this book. Facsimile edition of a book first published inand based on pioneering research on the seven highest East African mountains. It provides basic ecological information on the afroalpine flora and its adaptations to the tropical-alpine climate.
Afroalpine vascular plants book Customer Reviews. Record created: /09/13 Record updated: /04/ Created by IUCN - Powered by DrupalCited by: Detailed studies of this afroalpine flora have led to a description of five life-forms of vascular plants, the morphological peculiarities of which are interpreted as ecological adaptations to the.
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Preface to list of the plants collected by Mr. Thomson F.R.G.S. on the mountains of Eastern Equatorial Africa by D. Oliver in J. Linn. Soc. Bot. – Google Scholar Jackson, G. Cited by: The full text of this article hosted at is unavailable due to technical : J.
Raven. Unknown plant species were collected and identified using the "Flora of Tropical East Africa" (Hubbard and Milne-Redhead), "Upland Kenya Wild Flowers" (Agnew ), "Kenyan Trees and Shrubs" (Dale and Greenway ) and "Afroalpine Vascular Plants" (Hedberg ).
To the Dendrosenecios the nomenclature proposed by Nordenstam () was applied. The distributions of mosses and vascular plants endemic to each of seven Afroalpine areas is listed in Table I (derived largely from Hedberg, with additions from the recent literature; and Kis, }.
The number of vascular plant endemics ranges from about 2 % on the Aberdares to about 14 % on the Ruwenzori by: Out of the overall identified vascular plant species, species are endemic to Ethiopia, of which 27 species are Bale mountain area endemic.
Species richness showed a significant (p Cited by: 1. The afroalpine zone vegetation is characterized by closed cover of tussock grasses over which tower giant rosettes of giant groundsels (Dendrosenecio spp.) and the tall inflorescences of Lobelia spp.
Shrubs and subshrubs such as lady’s mantle (Alchemilla argyrophylla and A. johnstonii), cabbage groundsel (Senecio brassica), other senecio species, and strawflowers as well as several forbs comprise the.
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(Umbelliferae) from tropical Africa, Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, VolumeIssue 4, Afroalpine vascular plants. A taxonomic revisionCited by: 6.On the highest mountains of Africa, above the dwarf or download pdf woodlands, are found shrublands and grasslands. These are alpine (alpine zone) in character (hence the term ‘Afro–alpine’) and, besides containing plants found at lower altitudes in middle and high latitudes, they also include endemics (see endemism), e.g.
the giant lobelias and groundsels on Ruwenzori and Kilimanjaro.Evolution of Nonvascular Plants. Nonvascular plants ebook the first plants to evolve. Compared to other plants, their small size and lack of specialized structures, such as vascular tissue, stems, leaves, or flowers, explains why these plants evolved first.
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