czwartek, 18 października 2012

Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society - 170 (1-2), 2012


Original Articles

    Phylogenetic position of the Himalayan genus Erioscirpus (Cyperaceae) inferred from DNA sequence data (pages 1–11)

    Okihito Yano, Hiroshi Ikeda, Mark F. Watson, Keshab R. Rajbhandari, Xiao-Feng Jin, Takuji Hoshino, A. Muthama Muasya and Hideaki Ohba

    Phylogenetic and biogeographical inferences for Pancratium (Amaryllidaceae), with an emphasis on the Mediterranean species based on plastid sequence data (pages 12–28)

    Olga De Castro, Salvatore Brullo, Paolo Colombo, Stephen Jury, Paolo De Luca and Antonietta Di Maio

    Chromosome studies in Orchidaceae: karyotype divergence in Neotropical genera in subtribe Maxillariinae (pages 29–39)

    Ana Paula Moraes, Ilia J. Leitch and Andrew R. Leitch

    How genetically variable are Neottia ovata (Orchidaceae) populations in northeast Poland? (pages 40–49)

    Emilia Brzosko and Ada Wróblewska

    Fly pollination in Cypripedium: a case study of sympatric C. sichuanense and C. micranthum (pages 50–58)

    Peng Li, Robert Pemberton, Guiling Zheng and Yibo Luo

    A ballistic pollen dispersal system influences pollination success and fruit-set pattern in pollinator-excluded environments for the endangered species Synaphea stenoloba (Proteaceae) (pages 59–68)

    Qigang Ye, Eric Bunn and Kingsley W. Dixon

    Host selectivity, haustorial anatomy and impact of the invasive parasite Parentucellia viscosa on floodplain vegetative communities in Japan (pages 69–78)

    Kenji Suetsugu, Yuko Takeuchi, Kazuyoshi Futai and Makoto Kato

    Regeneration niche of three epiphytic species of Gesneriaceae from Chilean rainforests: implications for the evolution of growth habits in Coronanthereae (pages 79–92)

    Fernanda Salinas and Juan J. Armesto

    Flower development and vasculature in Xyris grandis (Xyridaceae, Poales); a case study for examining petal diversity in monocot flowers with a double perianth (pages 93–111)

    Margarita V. Remizowa, Andrey N. Kuznetsov, Svetlana P. Kuznetsova, Paula J. Rudall, Maxim S. Nuraliev and Dmitry D. Sokoloff

    Multivariate morphometric analysis of the Potamogeton compressus group (Potamogetonaceae) (pages 112–130)

    Zdenek Kaplan and Karol Marhold

Book Reviews

    The biology of island floras by D. Bramwell, & J. Caujapé-Castells, eds. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011. 522 pp. Hardbound. L70. (page 131)

    Maarten J. M. Christenhusz

    Early Flowers and Angiosperm Evolution by Else Marie Friis, Peter R Crane & Kaj Raunsgaard Pedersen. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011. 585 pp. Hardback. ISBN 978-0-521-59283-3. L95.00. (pages 131–132)

    Paula J. Rudall

    Dispersal in plants. A population perspective by R. Cousens, C. Dytham & R. Law. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008. 221 pp. Hardback: ISBN 978-0-19-929911-9. L75. Paperback: ISBN 978-0-19-929912-6. L39.95. (pages 132–133)

    Ovidiu Paun

    Sarraceniaceae of South America by Stewart McPherson, Andreas Wistuba, Andreas Fleischmann and Joachim Nerz. Poole: Redfern Natural History Productions, 2011. 562 pp., 488 images. Hardback. ISBN 978-0-9558918-7-8. L34.99. Sarraceniaceae of North America by Stewart McPherson and Donald Schnell. Poole: Redfern Natural History Productions, 2011. 808 pp., 571 images. Hardback. ISBN 978-0-9558918-6-1. L34.99. (page 133)

    Michael F. Fay

    Webb's An Irish Flora (8th edition) by John Parnell and Tom Curtis. Illustrations by Elaine Cullen. Cork: Cork University Press, 2012. 560 pp. Hardback. ISBN 978-185918-478-3. €35.00; L30.00. (pages 134–135)

    Michael F. Fay

    Flora of Nepal, Volume 3, Magnoliaceae to Rosaceae edited by M. F. Watson , S. Akiyama , H. Ikeda , C. A. Pendry , K. R. Rajbhandari and K. K. Shrestha . Edinburgh: Royal Botanic Gardens, 2011. 512 pp. Hardback. ISBN 978-1-906129-78-1. L90. (pages 135–136)

    Maarten J. M. Christenhusz

    Lichens. An Illustrated Guide to the British and Irish Species. Sixth Edition by Frank S. Dobson. Slough: The Richmond Publishing Co., 2011. 496 pp. Paperback: ISBN: 978 0 85546,315 1. L35.00 plus postage (L5 UK, L10 overseas). Hardback: ISBN: 978 0 85546, 316 8. L50.00 plus postage (L5 UK, L10 overseas). (pages 136–137)

    William Purvis

    Botany and History Entwined: Rachel Hunt's Legacy by Charlotte A. Tancin, Lugene B. Bruno, Angela L. Todd and Donald W. Brown. Pittsburgh: Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation, 2011. 98 pp. Paperback. ISBN 978-0-913196-85-4. US$22.00 plus shipping. (pages 137–138)

    Julia Buckley

    Joseph Hooker: Botanical Trailblazer by Pat Griggs, with an introduction by Jim Endersby. Kew Publishing, 2011. 64 pp. Paperback. ISBN 9781842464694. L8. (pages 138–139)

    L. M. Gardiner

    Wood Science for Promoting Legal Timber Harvest edited by Alex C. Wiedenhoeft and Pieter Baas . Leiden: International Society of Wood Anatomists, 2011. 176 pp. Paperback, ISSN 0928-1541. US$35; €25. (pages 139–140)

    J.R. Barnett

Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society - 170 (2), 2012


Original Articles

    Pollination biology of four sympatric species of Habenaria (Orchidaceae: Orchidinae) from southern Brazil (pages 141–156)

    Marcelo Pedron, Cristiano Roberto Buzatto, Rodrigo B. Singer, Joao A. N. Batista and Alfred Moser

    Molecular evolution and diversification of the moss family Daltoniaceae (Hookeriales, Bryophyta) with emphasis on the unravelling of the phylogeny of Distichophyllum and its allies (pages 157–175)

    Boon-Chuan Ho, Lisa Pokorny, Benito C. Tan, Jan-Peter Frahm, A. Jonathan Shaw and Dietmar Quandt

    Molecular phylogenetics of Paphiopedilum (Cypripedioideae; Orchidaceae) based on nuclear ribosomal ITS and plastid sequences (pages 176–196)

    Araya Chochai, Ilia J. Leitch, Martin J. Ingrouille and Michael F. Fay

    Species delimitation in Lippia section Goniostachyum (Verbenaceae) using the phylogenetic species concept (pages 197–219)

    Nataly O'Leary, Silvia S. Denham, Fatima Salimena and María Ema Múlgura

    Distribution of 5S and 35S rRNA gene sites in 34 Chenopodium species (Amaranthaceae) (pages 220–231)

    Bozena Kolano, Hanna Tomczak, Renata Molewska, Eric N. Jellen and Jolanta Maluszynska

    Genetic footprints of habitat fragmentation in the extant populations of Sinojackia (Styracaceae): implications for conservation (pages 232–242)

    Jinju Zhang, Qigang Ye, Puxin Gao and Xiaohong Yao

    Is Epipactis pseudopurpurata distinct from E. purpurata (Orchidaceae)? Evidence from morphology, anatomy, DNA and pollination biology (pages 243–256)

    Anna Jakubska-Busse, Jarosław Proćków, Marcin Górniak and Edyta M. Gola

    A comparison of the wood anatomy of 11 species from two cerrado habitats (cerrado s.s. and adjacent gallery forest) (pages 257–276)

    Julia O. Sonsin, Peter E. Gasson, Claudia F. Barros and Carmen R. Marcati

    Cryopreservation of in vitro-propagated protocorms of Caladenia for terrestrial orchid conservation in Western Australia (pages 277–282)

    Patcharawadee Watanawikkit, Sureeya Tantiwiwat, Eric Bunn, Kingsley W. Dixon and Kongkanda Chayanarit


    Corrigendum (page 283)
    A new group of Early Devonian plants with valvate sporangia containing sculptured permanent dyads


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