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Sensitivae Censitae

A Description of the Genus Mimosa Linnaeus (Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden) (Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden)

by Rupart C. Barneby

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Published by New York Botanical Garden .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mimosa,
  • Flowering Plants (Angiospermae),
  • Gardening,
  • Gardening/Plants,
  • GAR,
  • GAR000000,
  • Classification,
  • Reference / General,
  • General,
  • America

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages835
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8234702M
    ISBN 10089327366X
    ISBN 109780893273668

    Introduction. Mimosa is one of the most diversified genera among angiosperms, with more than species (Bessega et al. ; Simon et al. ).Most of Mimosa’s diversity is found in Brazil, which is the main center of diversity and endemism of the genus (Simon et al. ), harboring circa to species (BFG ; Flora do Brasil (under construction) ).   The obligate fungal pathogens collected on the Mimosa pigra complex in the Neotropics are listed. Surveys were concentrated mainly in Mexico and two new species, Mycosphaerella mimosae-pigrae and Microstroma ruizii-belinii, are described from the Pacific taxonomy of the plant host is discussed in relation to the distribution of species in Mycosphaerella.

    Mimosa is a genus of about species of herbs and shrubs, in the mimosoid clade of the legume family generic name is derived from the Greek word μιμος (mimos), an "actor" or "mime," and the feminine suffix –osa, "resembling", suggesting its 'sensitive leaves' which seem to 'mimic conscious life'.. Two species in the genus are especially notable. One is Mimosa pudica. DESCRIPTORS:: Climbing: Not climbing [] [] [] ; Conservation Status: Not Threatened ; Further editing: Novoselova MS, Seneviratne GI (Sinhala & Tamil Names), (Americas update) Sokolova IV [] [], Agababian M - Names ; Habit: Herb [] [] [], Shrub [] ; Lifespan: Annual [], Perennial [] [] ; Source(s):

    Full text of "Phytologia" See other formats Kf PHYTOLOGIA An international journal to expedite plant systematic, phytogeographical and ecological publication Vol. 77 August No. 2 CONTENTS TURNER, B.L., Mimosa rupertiana B.L. Turner, a new name for M. occi- dentalis Wooton & Standley) B.L. Turner, not M. occidentalis Britton & Rose 81 BUTTON, B.E. t C.S. KEENER, Three new . Full text of "LEGUMES FROM THE CENTRAL PART OF THE STATE OF CHIHUAHUA, MEXICO" See other formats LEGUMES FROM THE CENTRAL PART OF THE STATE OF CHIHUAHUA, MEXICO A. Eduardo Estrada Alfonso Martinez M. Facultad de Ciencias Forestales Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon A.P. 4 1, , Linares, N.L. MEXICO ABSTRACT Our study of the legumes from the .


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Sensitivae censitae: a description of the genus Mimosa Linnaeus (Mimosaceae) in the New World. Author(s): Barneby, R. Author Affiliation: New York Botanical Garden, Bronx, NYUSA.

Book: Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden Cited by: NYBG Shop is the official store of The New York Botanical Garden. References: Barneby, R. Sensitivae censitae: a description of the genus Mimosa Linnaeus (Mimosaceae) in the New World. Mem. New York Bot. Gard. Barneby, R.C. () Sensitivae censitae: a description of the genus Mimosa Linnaeus (Mimosaceae) in the New World.

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Barneby, R.C. A note on Mimosa invisa C. Martius ex Colla and M. invisa C. Martius (Mimosaceae). Brittonia 39(1): Barneby, R.C. Sensitivae Censitae: A description of the genus Mimosa Linnaeus (Mimosaceae) in the New World.

Mem. Bot. Gard.65, 1– [Google Scholar] Barneby, R.C. Toward a Census of Genus Mimosa (Mimosaceae) in the Americas: A New Species from Mexico (Baja California Sur) and Two from Planaltine Brazil (Goiás, Minas Gerais).

Books from the Research Collection: Books on Trees: Botanical Art: Bulletin of the New York Botanical Garden: C: Circa Instans: Collectors' Field Notes and Notebooks: Cuban Plants and Landscapes: G: Great Flower Books: J: Journal of the New York Botanical Garden: L: Latin American Plant Literature: M.

Twenty Mimosa -nodulating bacterial strains from Brazil and Venezuela, together with eight reference Mimosa -nodulating rhizobial strains and two other β-rhizobial strains, were examined by amplified rRNA gene restriction analysis.

They fell into 16 patterns and formed a single cluster together with the known β-rhizobia, Burkholderia caribensis, Burkholderia phymatum, and Burkholderia. SENSITIVAE CENSITAE: A DESCRIPTION OF THE GENUS MIMOSA LINNAEUS j2mm. (MIMOSACEAE) IN THE NEW WORLD Rupert C.

Barneby C Once again, Rupert Barneby has, in some pages ( pages of text, 55 pages of bibliography, lists, and indices), provided us with a monumental survey of a fascinating group of leguminous plants.

He describes and discusses the. The importance of the Brazilian Subtropical Highland Grasslands evidenced by a taxonomically verified endemic species list. SENSITIVAE CENSITAE: A DESCRIPTION OF THE GENUS MIMOSA LINNAEUS 2mm. (MIMO4SACEAE) 12mm. IN THE NEW WORLD Rupert C. Barneby c Once again, Rupert Barneby has, in some pages ( pages of text, 55 pages of bibliography, lists, and indices), provided us with a monumental survey of a fascinating group of leguminous plants.

He describes and. Rupert C. Barneby (New York): Sensitivae censitae: A description of the genus Mimosa Linnaeus (Mimosaceae) in the New World () Rudolf M. Schuster (Amherst): The Hepaticae and Anthocerotae of North America east of the hundredth meridian, vols.

5. Mimosa pudica is a well-known species of is a creeping annual or perennial herb often grown for its curiosity value: the compound leaves fold inward and droop when touched or shaken, re-opening minutes later.

The species is native to South America and Central America, but is now a widespread weed. Description. The stem is erect in young plants, but becomes creeping or trailing with age. The Press continues to focus on advancements in knowledge about the classification, utilization, and conservation of plants and fungi through publication of general books, books in series, and.

Sensitivae censitae: a description of the genus Mimosa Linnaeus (Mimosaceae) in the New World. Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden 1- Bässler, M. Mimosaceae, in ‘Flora de la República de Cuba. Fascículo 2’. pp, Koeltz Books: Koenigstein, Germany.

Bentham, G. Notes on Mimosoideae, with a synopsis of species. Barneby, R. Sensitivae censitae: a description of the genus Mimosa Linnaeus (Mimosaceae) in the New World. New York Botanical Garden. Bronx, New York. Burch, D. A genus Poinsettia (Euphorbiaceae) in Florida.

Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden Dressler, R. A synopsis of Poinsettia (Euphorbiaceae. Sensitivae censitae, a description of the Genus Mimosa Linnaeus (Mimosaceae) in the New World. Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden, Vol. 65, pp. Memoirs of. Mimosa is a genus of plants. It includes around different species of herbs and is classified in the subfamily Mimosoideae of the legume family word "mimosa" comes from the Greek word μιμος that means "mimic".

The best known species of mimosa are Mimosa pudica and Mimosa tenuiflora. Mimosa pudica is found in Central and South America. Sensitivae censitae, a description of the Genus Mimosa Linnaeus (Mimosaceae) in the New World.

Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden, Vol. 65, pp. Boulos L and el-Hadidi MN. The Weed Flora of Egypt. The Plant-Book, 2d ed.

Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. MacDonald GE. Two new species, Mimosa myrioglandulosa V. F. Dutra & F. C. P. Garcia and M. trinerva V. F. Dutra & F. C. P. Garcia, and one new variety M. foliolosa Benth. var.Sensitivae Censitae A Description of the Genus Mimosa Linnaeus (Mimosaceae) in the New World (Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden Vol.

65) by Rupart C. Barneby, Rupert C. Barneby Hardcover, Pages, Published by The New York Botanical Garden Press ISBNISBN: X.