2 edition of Biosystematic studies of the Mimulus moschatus complex in the Pacific Northwest found in the catalog.
Biosystematic studies of the Mimulus moschatus complex in the Pacific Northwest
Robert James Meinke
Written in English
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Biosystematic studies of the Mimulus moschatus complex in the Pacific Northwest The Mimulus moschatus complex of species is distinguished within the genus by having firmly adherent placentae, glandular-sticky foliage and stems, prismatic calyces with equal to sub-equal teeth, elongate pedicels, and deciduous, funnelform corollas ranging in Cited by: 1.
Attribute Name Values; Creator: Ezell, Wayland Lee, Abstract: A biosystematic study was made in seven populations of Mimulus nanus Hook.
& Arn. and M. cusickii (Greene) Piper (Scrophulariaceae) in central Oregon, and a taxonomic revision was made of the four species of section Eunanus reported from Oregon--M.
nanus, M. cusickii, M. clivicola Greenm. and M. jepsonii by: 2. moschatus was introduced to gardens inspreading from there into semi-natural habitats; it was recorded from the wild by It is a very distinct species which has not hybridised with the other Mimulus taxa, and ought to be well recorded.
Its distribution is stable. Erythranthe guttata, with the common names seep monkeyflower and common yellow monkeyflower, is a yellow bee-pollinated annual or perennial plant.
It was formerly known as Mimulus guttatus. Erythranthe guttata is a model organism for biological studies, and in that context is still referred to as Mimulus may be as many as scientific papers focused on this : Angiosperms. Mimulus moschatus Douglas ex Lindl.
State Status: Threatened None GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Muskflower is a yellow-flowered, herbaceous perennial with sticky stems and leaves and a musk-like scent.
It typically grows in wet soil along brooks and springs. AIDS TO IDENTIFICATION: Like all members of the figwort family (Scrophulariaceae), Muskflower has. Mimulus guttatus Seep-Spring Monkeyflower. Spreading to upright.
Stems fleshy. Leaves oval to round, irregularly toothed, with pointed tip; upper leaves sessile, more or less clasping stem. Flower stalks 1/4–3 in. long, usually 5 or more yellow flowers near top of flower stem. Michael Moore wrote numerous classic works on the herbal plants of the West and Southwest, including Los Remedios:Traditional Herbal Remedies of the Southwest, Medicinal Plants of the Desert and Canyon West, and Medicinal Plants of the Mountain West, as well as a host of clinical herb was the founder and director of Southwest School of Botanical Medicine, in Bisbee, Arizona, where Cited by: Biosystematics, genetics and physiological ecology of the Erythranthe section of Mimulus (Experimental studies on the nature of species) Hardcover – January 1, by William M.
Hiesey (Author), Malcolm A. Nobs (Author), Olle Bjorkman (Author) & 0 moreCited by: Mimulus washingtonensis Washington Monkeyflower. Erect stem with many branches, coated with finely stemmed glands. Leaves egg-shaped, shallowly toothed, with petioles as long as blades.
Vascular Plants of the Pacific Northwest, in five parts, offers the first complete guide, with keys, to the ferns, fern-related, and seed-bearing plants of Washington, northern Oregon, Idaho north of the Snake River plains, the mountainous western part of Montana, and southern British volume gives complete regional synonymy, type collections, geographic ranges, “genuine Brand: University of Washington Press.
The Mimulus genus was named by Linnaeus in ; the name is derived from "mimus" ("buffoon") for the clownish appearance of the flower as you stare into the corolla. Genetic research has shown that Mimulus belongs in the Lopseed Family (Phrymaceae), not in the Snapdragon Family (Scrophulariaceae).
Distribution of Mimulus moschatus Click here to view the full interactive map and legend. Species Information. General: Perennial herb from a well-developed, creeping rhizome, slimy and sticky-white-hairy throughout, often musk-scented; stems decumbent to creeping, rooting at the lower nodes, cm long, freely branched.
Mimulus. in Illustrated flora of the Pacific States. Vol. Thompson, D. Mimulus. in The Jepson manual, [1st edition] See also: Modliszewski, J.
Shy monkeyflower (Mimulus sookensis, Phrymaceae) has come out of hiding: new species of Mimulus for the Pacific Northwest and California. Abelmoschus moschatus (Abelmosk, Ambrette seeds, Annual hibiscus, Bamia Moschata, Galu Gasturi, Muskdana, Musk mallow, Musk okra, Musk seeds, Ornamental okra, Rose mallow seeds, Tropical jewel hibiscus, Yorka okra; syn.
Hibiscus abelmoschus L.).Bushy plant about ft. tall and wide. Has deep green, deeply cut leaves. Five-petaled, in. flowers, come in cherry red or pink with white.
You Are Visitor Number (since the 1st December ) Mimulus guttatus complex. The Mimulus guttatus complex comprises a large number of species, and is taxonomically controversial.
On this page are mounted pictures of all the species that I and my group have worked on. Click on. Native Plants and Fungi of the Pacific Northwest: Mosses, Lichens and Ferns Northwest native plant resources available from the Western Libraries collection and the Web, including identification manuals and field guides.
A biosystematic study of Pacific Northwestern blue-eyed grasses (Sisyrinchium, Iridaceae). Brittonia. Henderson, D. A letter to Duward Massie, USDA Forest Service, dated 9 August On file at the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest, in the Forest Botany files.
Hitchcock, C. and A. Cronquist. Flora of the Pacific. Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station General Technical Report September PNW- 11 1 Dwarf Mistletoe and Host I ree interactions in Managed Forests of the Pacific Northwest EDITOR'S Donald M.
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Liu, Thing-Fong Tzeng, Shorong-Shii Liou (Feb, ),Abelmoschus moschatus (Malvaceae), an aromatic plant, suitable for medical or food uses to improve insulin sensitivity, Phytotherapy Research(2) doi=/ptr Increased global temperature and associated changes to Arctic habitats will likely result in the northward advance of species, including an influx of pathogens novel to the Arctic.
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We compared levels of genetic diversity at a gene associated with adaptive immune. Paratrichodorus allius, a vector of the tobacco rattle virus which causes the corky ringspot disease (CRS) in potato, was identified in soil samples from Oregon and Washington.
Two populations from potato fields in Pasco, WA and Umatilla, OR reproduced successfully on alfalfa, wheat, and corn which are commonly rotated with potato, and most weeds associated with this crop in the Pacific Cited by: Tom Volk's Fungus of the Month for June.
This month's fungus is Bridgeoporus nobilissimus, the giant polypore of the Pacific Northwest. For the rest of my pages on fungi, please click Bridgeoporus nobilissimus is a polypore fungus with a very large, perennial fruiting body.
For a long time this fungus was in the "Guinness Book of World Records" as the largest known. A synthesis of the literature on the biology, ecology, and management of western hemlock dwarf mistletoe.
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The M. guttatus species complex consists of several morphologically and ecologically distinct taxa, which, for the most part, are able to intercross; this makes it both an evolutionarily fascinating group to study and a taxonomic nightmare.
In this study I found that on one ecologically diverse hillside on Vancouver Island, British Columbia (B. C.), Canada, three distinct species of the M. Dichotomous Key. trees by common name trees by scientific name dichotomous key mystery tree.
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wing-stemmed monkey-flower, Page 2 information, late August is ostensibly the optimal window for observing flowering. Throughout its range this species is reported to bloom in July and August (Gleason and Cronquist ).
Habitat: Michigan collections of winged monkey-flower offer sparse habitat data, referring only to wet, open places. The University of Michigan Herbarium has strong roots in mycology. In the herbarium became its own department under the directorship of mycologist Calvin H.
Kauffman. Directorship of the herbarium went on to several other mycologists in the s including Edwin B. Mains, Alexander H. Smith, and Robert L. Shaffer. Thus, equipped with a hand-lens, a basic set of maps and the very recommendable and comprehensive guide to the flora of the Pacific North-West by J.
Pojar and A. McKinnon, I started to explore the Olympic mountains on foot, by way of its many hiking trails. Soon this journey was transformed from a leisure trip to a botanic field-trip, as I. Provides authoritative information on the flora of Western Australia. Brief Description Amanda Spooner, Monday 6 January Prostrate, mat-forming annual or perennial, herb.
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FOR 12/6/ Mushrooms have been described as the guardians of the forest. Fungi are certainly a fascinating, diverse, mysterious, often magical group of species that not many people know much about, and that many fear. The purpose of this investigation is to familiarize the reader with.
Pinaceae-like reproductive morphology in Schizolepidopsis canicularis sp. nov. from the Early Cretaceous (Aptian-Albian) of Mongolia Andrew B.
Leslie, Ian Glasspool, Patrick S. Herendeen, Niiden Ichinnorov, Patrick Knopf, Masamichi Takahashi, Peter R. CraneCited by: Contact D. Hill Jr. Library. 2 Broughton Drive Campus Box Raleigh, NC () James B. Hunt Jr. Library. Partners WayCited by: 2. The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity by: Mimulus luteus and Mimulus x robertsii Taxonomic note: Mimulus x robertsii is the hybrid between M luteus proper and M guttatus.
There seems to be a lot of confusion between M x robertsii and M luteus proper, with most wild British Isles plants assigned to the latter now believed to belong to the former (the popular name "Blood-drop Emlets.
seed, fertilized and ripened ovule, consisting of the plant embryo, varying amounts of stored food material, and a protective outer seed coat. Seeds are frequently confused with t. The non-native Monkeyflower (Mimulus guttatus) originated from the western part of North-America and was first recorded in the Netherlands in (Mennema et al., ).
Over the past decade, this plant species showed a rapid range extension. At the. Mimulus lewisii and Mimulus cardinalis are two plants that occupy the same habitat but do not interbreed in nature.
However, they can be readily crossed in the laboratory to produce fertile offspring. The likely reason that prevents interbreeding of these plants in nature is they show seasonal differences in flowering. The answer is the number 3. Natural variation in the regulation of the accumulation of mineral nutrients and trace elements in plant tissues is crucial to plant metabolism, development, and survival across different habitats.
Studies of the genetic basis of natural variation in nutrient metabolism have been facilitated by the development of ionomics. Ionomics is a functional genomic approach for the identification of the Cited by:. Blechnum Linnaeus, Sp.
Pl. 2: ; Gen. Pl. ed. 5,Deer ferns [Greek blechnon, an ancient name for ferns in general] Clifton E. Nauman Plants terrestrial or rarely on rock. Stems creeping to ascending or erect, slender to stout, sometimes climbing .Studies done on this species have resulted in the first successful isolation of Rio Mamore virus and the first evidence for the existence of hantavirus in Peru (Powers ).
Other areas that have reported cases of hantavirus from Oligoryzomys species include Paraguay, the Chaco, Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Brazil, Venezuela and Panama (Chu ).AbstractDespite a long history of examining the geographic context of speciation, differences in geographic range have rarely been considered a legitimate isolating mechanism.
This likely results from the complex relationship between historical and ecological processes in determining the spatial distribution of species. Ecogeographic isolation is the proportion of geographic isolation that Cited by: