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    Call number: AWI Bio-17-90819
    Description / Table of Contents: The authors completed collecting and arranging plates of photomicrographs for common pollen and spores in Quaternary strata. Given China's vast territory, complex vegetation types, a variety of plants, and polen grains with similar morphology probably produced by different plant species in different regions. We have organized this book's photomicrographs of pollen grains and spores in the division of China into five regions, i.e. northwest,northern, southeast, south and southwest China. Photomicrographs of pollen grains and spores in each region are arranged by plant classification system i.e. in order of algae, bryophyte, pteridophyte, gymnosperm, and angiosperm. All 409 plates of color photomicrographs for pollen grains and spores are finally illustrated and described.
    Description / Table of Contents: 本书整理编排了我国第四纪地层常见的孢粉类型显微照相图版,按照西北、北方、东南、华南和西南五个大区编排,并对这些区域的现代植被、第四纪植被史做了简要概述,还重点叙述了各地区第四纪主要孢粉类型、特点以及常见孢粉种类的鉴定形态特征。共分三章,第一章为我国各地区现代植被和第四纪植被概述,重点叙述了古植被与古气候的演变历史;第二章介绍本图鉴中所列出的各地区主要第四纪孢粉类型及其特点,并对不同地区常见孢粉种类
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    Pages: 620 Seiten , zahlreiche Illustrationen
    ISBN: 9787030505682
    Language: Chinese , Latin
    Note: Contents: Preface. - Chapter 1: Overview of modern and Quaternary vegetation in China. - 1.1 Northwest region / Tang Lingyu and Shen Caiming. - 1.1.1 Overview of modern vegetation. - 1.1.1.1 Gobi desert and desert vegetation in eastern Xinjiang. - 1.1.1.2 Extremely arid desert and shrubland vegetation in the Qaidam Basin. - 1.1.1.3 Arid desert shrub and semi-shrub vegetation in the Hexi Corridor. - 1.1.1.4 Sylvosteppe or pine-oak forest in the transitional region between semi-humid and semi-arid monsoonal climate of temperate zone in the Loess Plateau. - 1.1.2 Overview of Quaternary vegetation. - 1.1.2.1 Vegetation and environment since the early Pleistocene in Qinghai. - 1.1.2.2 Holocene vegetation succession of steppe/meadow in north Xizang (Tibet). - 1.1.2.3 Vegetation and environment since the late Pleistocene in the Loess Plateau. - 1.1.2.4 Vegetation and environment since the early Pleistocene in Xinjiang. - 1.2 Northern region / Tang Lingyu and Li Chunhai. - 1.2.1 Overview of modern vegetation. - 1.2.1.1 Coniferous and broadleaved forest and meadow of temperate zone in Northeast China. - 1.2.1.2 Oak forest of river valley, Chinese pine forest, and shrub steppe in the lower valley of Liaohe River, North China plain, southern Shanxi, and central Shaanxi plain. - 1.2.2 Overview of Quaternary vegetation. - 1.2.2.1 Vegetation and environment since the early Pleistocene in North China. - 1.2.2.2 Vegetation and environment since the early Pleistocene in Northeast China. - 1.3 Southeast region / Shu Junwu and Tang Lingyu. - 1.3.1 Overview of modern vegetation. - 1.3.2 Overview of Quaternary vegetation. - 1.3.2.1 Vegetation succession since the mid-Pleistocene in Hubei. - 1.3.2.2 Vegetation and environment since the late Pleistocene in the lower valley of the Yangtze River. - 1.3 .2.3 Forest succession since the last glaciation in southeast coast of Fujian. - 1.3.2.4 Vegetation and environment since the late Pleistocene in the central Taiwan. - 1.4 South region / Mao Limi, Tang Lingyu and Shen Cairning. - 1.4.1 Overview of modern vegetation. - 1.4.1.1 Vegetation in the southern zone of middle subtropical evergreen broadleaved forest. - 1.4.1.2 Vegetation in the zone of south subtropical evergreen broadleaved forest. - 1.4.1.3 Tropical semi-evergreen monsoonal forest and tropical monsoonal forest. - 1.4.2 Overview of Quaternary vegetation. - 1.4.2.1 Vegetation in the Zhujiang delta and Chaozhou plain since the Pleistocene recorded by pollen and spores. - 1.4.2.2 Vegetation and climate since the late Pleistocene in Leizhou Peninsula and Holocene vegetation and climate in Hainan Island. - 1.4.2.3 Late Quaternary pollen and spores, vegetation and climate records in the South. - 1.4.2.4 Vegetation and climate since the late Pleistocene in Hong Kong. - 1.5 Southwest region / Shu Junwu, Tang Lingyu and Shen Caiming. - 1.5.1 Overview of modern vegetation. - 1.5.1.1 Vegetation of evergreen broadleaved forest in the Yunnan , Guizhou and western Sichuan Plateau. - 1.5.1.2 Vegetation of coniferous forest in southeast Xizang. - 1.5.2 Overview of Quaternary vegetation. - 1.5.2.1 Holocene vegetation in northwest Yunnan. - 1.5.2.2 Vegetation and monsoonal climate history since the late Pleistocene in western and south-central Yunnan. - 1.5.2.3 Holocene vegetation in western Sichuan. - 1.5.2.4 Vegetation and environment since the late Pleistocene in Guizhou. - 1.5.2.5 Vegetation and monsoonal climate history since the late Pleistocene in southeastern Xizang. - Chapter 2 Main types of Quaternary pollen and spores and their characteristics in different regions of China. - 2.1 Northwest region / Tang Lingyu and Mao Limi. - 2.1.1 Types of Quaternary pollen and spores in Northwest China. - 2.1.2 Identifiable features of major Quaternary pollen and spores in Northwest China. - 2.1.2.1 Identifiable features of main Compositae pollen types. - 2.1.2.2 Identifiable features of Artemisia, Tamarix, and Zygophyllum pollen. - 2.1.2.3 Identifiable features of Rhamnus, Hippophae, and Elaeagnus pollen. - 2.1.3 Descriptions of morphological features for major Quaternary spores and pollen in Northwest China. - 2.1.3.1 Photomicrographs for major Quaternary pollen types in Northwest China. - 2.1.3.2 Descriptions of morphological features for major Quaternary pollen types in Northwest China. - 2.2 Northern region / Tang Lingyu. - 2.2.1 Types of Quaternary pollen and spores in Northern China. - 2.2.2 Identifiable features of major Quaternary pollen and spores in Northern China. - 2.2.2.1 Identification keys of pollen morphology for several saccate genera of Pinaceae. - 2.2.2.2 Identifiable features of pollen morphology for genera of Betulaceae. - 2.2.2.3 Identifiable features of tricolpate pollen from Salix and Cruciferae. - 2.2.2.4 Identifiable features of tricolpate pollen from Ranunculaceae and Labiatae. - 2.2.3 Descriptions of morphological features for major Quaternary spores and pollen in Northern China. - 2.2.3.1 Photomicrographs for major Quaternary pollen types in Northern China. - 2.2.3.2 Descriptions of morphological features for major Quaternary pollen types in Northern China. - 2.3 Southeast region / Tang Lingyu and Shu Junwu. - 2.3.1 Types of Quaternary pollen and spores in Southeast China. - 2.3.2 Identifiable features of major Quaternary pollen and spores in Southeast China. - 2.3.2.1 Identifiable features of pollen morphology for Fagaceae. - 2.3.2.2 Identification keys of pollen morphology for several genera of Fagaceae. - 2.3.2.3 Identifiable features of pollen morphology for several genera of Fagaceae. - 2.3.2.4 Identifiable features of pollen morphology for several genera of tropical and subtropical. - 2.3.3 Descriptions of morphological features for major Quaternary pollen and spores in Southeast China. - 2.3.3.1 Photomicrographs for major Quaternary pollen types in Southeast China. - 2.3.3.2 Descriptions of morphological features for major Quaternary pollen types in Southeast China. - 2.4 South region / Mao Limi and Tang Lingyu. - 2.4.1 Types of Quaternary pollen and spores in South China. - 2.4.2 Identifiable features of main Quaternary pollen and spores in South China. - 2.4.2.1 Modern distribution and paleophytogeography of Sonneratia and its identifiable features of pollen morphology. - 2.4.2.2 Modern distribution and paleoecology significance of Rhizophoraceae and its identifiable features of pollen morphology. - 2.4.3 Photomicrographs and descriptions of morphological features for major Quaternary pollen and spores in South China. - 2.4.3.1 Photomicrographs for major Quaternary pollen and spores in South China. - 2.4.3.2 Descriptions of morphological features for major Quaternary pollen and spores in South China. - 2.5 Southwest region / Tang Lingyu and Shu Junwu. - 2.5.1 Types of Quaternary pollen and spores in Southwest China. - 2.5.2 Identifiable feature of main Quaternary pollen and spores in Southwest China. - 2.5.2.1 Plant distribution and pollen features of Pinaceae in Southwest China. - 2.5.2.2 Identification keys of pollen morphology for Pinaceae. - 2.5.3 Descriptions of morphological features for major Quaternary pollen and spores in Southwest China. - 2.5.3.1 Photomicrographs for common pollen in Southwest China. - 2.5.3.2 Descriptions of morphological features for major Quaternary pollen and spores in Southwest China. - Chapter 3 Plates and descriptions of Quaternary pollen and spores in different region of China. - 3.1 Northwest region / Tang Lingyu and Mao Limi. - Spores of the pteridophyte Plates 1-3. - Gymnosperm pollen Plates 3-10. - Angiosperm pollen Plates 11-63. - 3.2 Northern region / Tang Lingyu and Li Chunhai. - Spores of the algae Plates 1-3. - Spores of the bryophyte Plate 4. - Spores of the pteridophyte Plates 5-9. - Gymnosperm pollen Plates 9-24. - Angiosperm pollen Plates 25-63. - 3.3 Southeast region / Tang Lingyu, Zhou Zhongze and
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    Call number: AWI Bio-01-0065
    In: Iconographia diatomologica, Volume 9
    Description / Table of Contents: Inhalt: Abstract. - Resumen. - Einleitung. - Material und Methode. - Zur Frage korrekter oder vermeintlich nicht korrekter Gattungs-Kombinationen. - Ergebnisse und Diskussion. - Tabellen 1-11 und Text-Fig. 1 - graphische Darstellung zur Geobotanik der Diatomeen aus den Anden. - Zusammenfassung. - Systematisch-taxonomischer Teil. - Dank. - Literatur. - Bildtafeln und Legenden - in traditioneller, d.h. hypothetisch phylogenetischer Reihenfolge. - Index. - Appendix.
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    Pages: 672 Seiten , Illustrationen
    ISBN: 3904144200
    Series Statement: Iconographia diatomologica 9
    Language: German , English , Latin
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    Heidelberg : Spektrum Akademischer Verlag
    Call number: AWI Bio-01-0152
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    Pages: XII, 522 Seiten , Illustrationen
    ISBN: 3827410010
    Series Statement: Süßwasserfauna von Mitteleuropa 8/3
    Language: English , Latin
    Note: Contents: ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. - GENERAL PART. - Introduction. - Area covered. - Abbreviations, scale bars and arrows. - Material examined. - General structure of the podocopid Ostracoda. - Carapace. - Appendages. - Exo- and endoskeleton. - Respiration and blood circulation. - Digestive and nervous systems, eyes and excretory glands. - Reproduction. - Reproductive organs. - Structure of the sperm. - Reproductive modes. - The biological species concept and clonal taxonomy. - Development. - Ecology. - Terminology. - Life histories. - Food and prédation. - Dispersal abilities. - Fossil record. - The utility of the Ostracoda in (palaeo)ecology and evolution. - Ostracon, IRGO, CYPRIS, ISO, and EOM. - The Index and Bibliography of Nonmarine Ostracoda. - NODE - Nonmarine Ostracod Distribution in Europe. - Practical methods. - Previous faunistic synopses and checklists. Numbers of species recorded. - Classification of the Ostracoda. - Diagnosis of the Podocopida. - Evolutionary origin of non-marine Ostracoda. - Classification of the Podocopida. - SYSTEMATIC RECORD OF SPECIES. - Superfamily DARWINULOIDEA Brady &Norman, 1889. - Family Darwinulidae Brady & Norman, 1889. - Genus Darwinula Brady & Robertson, 1885. - 1. Darwinula stevensoni (Brady & Robertson,1870). - Genus Penthesilenula Rossetti & Martens, 1998. - 1. Penthesilenula brasiliensls (Pinto & Kotzian, 1961). - Superfamily CYPRIDOIDEA s. str. Baird, 1845. - Family Candonidae Kaufmann, 1900. - Subfamily Candoninae Kaufmann, 1900. - Genus Paracandona Hartwig, 1899. - 1. Paracandona euplectella (Robertson, 1889). - Genus Nannocandona Ekman, 1914. - 1. Nannocandona faba Ekman, 1914. - Genus Candona s. str. Baird, 1845. - 1. Candona Candida (O.F. Müller, 1776). - 2. Candona weltneri Hartwig, 1899. - 3. Candona sanociensis Sywula, 1971. - 4. Candona improvisa Ostermeyer, 1937. - 5. Candona neglecta Sars, 1887. - 6. Candona lindneri Petkovski, 1969. - 7. Candona meerfeldiana Scharf, 1983. - 8. Candona muelleri Hartwig, 1899. - 9. Candona angulata Müller, 1900. - Genus Fabaeformiscandona Krstic, 1972. - 1. Fabaeformiscandona fabaeformis (Fischer, 1851). - 2. Fabaeformiscandona holzkampfi (Hartwig, 1900). - 3. Fabaeformiscandona alexandri (Sywula, 1981). - 4. Fabaeformiscandona fragilis (Hartwig, 1898). - 5. Fabaeformiscandona angusta (Ostermeyer, 1937). - 6. Fabaeformiscandona tyrolensis (Löffler, 1963) nov. comb. - 7. Fabaeformiscandona brisiaca (Klie, 1938). - 8. Fabaeformiscandona fabella (Nüchterlein, 1969). - 9. Fabaeformiscandona balatonica (Daday, 1894). - 10. Fabaeformiscandona acuminata (Fischer, 1851). - 11. Fabaeformiscandona caudata (Kaufmann, 1900). - 12. Fabaeformiscandona siliquosa (Brady, 1910). - 13. Fabaeformiscandona tricicatricosa(Diebel & Pietrzeniuk, 1969). - 14. Fabaeformiscandona loz.eki (Absolon, 1973) nov. comb. - 15. Fabaeformiscandona levanderi (Hirschmann, 1912). - 16. Fabaeformiscandona hyalina (Brady & Robertson, 1870). - 17. Fabaeformiscandona protzi (Hartwig, 1898). - 18. Fabaeformiscandona brevicornis (Klie, 1925). - 19. Fabaeformiscandona wegelini (Petkovski, 1962). - 20. Fabaeformiscandona latens (Klie, 1940). - 21. Fabaeformiscandona breuili (Paris, 1920) nov. comb. - 22. Fabaeformiscandona bilohata (Klie, 1938). - 23. Fabaeformiscandona bilobatoides (Löffler, 1961). - Genus Schellencandona Meisch, 1996. - 1. Schellencandona schellenhergi (Klie, 1934). - 2. Schellencandona insueta (Klie, 1938). - 3. Schellencandona belgica (Klie, 1937). - 4. Schellencandona triquetra (Klie, 1936). - Genus Pseudocandona Kaufmann, 1900. - 1. Pseudocandona zschokkei (Wolf, 1920). - 2. Pseudocandona marchica (Hartwig, 1899). - 3. Pseudocandona rostrata (Brady & Norman, 1889). - 4. Pseudocandona sarsi (Hartwig, 1899). - 5. Pseudocandona hartwigi (G.W. Müller, 1900). - 6. Pseudocandona lobipes (Hartwig, 1900). - 7. Pseudocandona stagnalis (Sars, 1890). - 8. Pseudocandona semicognita (Schäfer, 1934). - 9. Pseudocandona eremita (Vejdovsky, 1882). - 10. Pseudocandona szoecsi (Farkas, 1958). - 11. Pseudocandona insculpta (G.W. Müller, 1900). - 12. Pseudocandona compressa (Koch, 1838). - 13. Pseudocandona sucki (Hartwig, 1901). - 14. Pseudocandona pratensis (Hartwig, 1901). - 15. Pseudocandona albicans (Brady, 1864). - Genus Cryptocandona Kaufmann, 1900. - 1. Cryptocandona vavrai Kaufmann, 1900. - 2. Cryptocandona kieferi (Klie, 1938). - 3. Cryptocandona reducta (Alm, 1914). - 4. Cryptocandona phreaticola (Klie, 1927). - 5. Cryptocandona leruthi (Klie, 1936). - 6. Cryptocandona dudichi (Klie, 1930). - Genus Mixtacandona Klie, 1938. - 1. Mixtacandona laisi (Klie, 1938). - 2. Mixtacandona transleithanica (Löffler, 1960). - 3. Mixtacandona spandli Rogulj & Danielopol, 1993. - Genus Candonopsis Vavra, 1891. - 1. Candonopsis kingsleii (Brady & Robertson, 1870). - 2. Candonopsis scourfieldi Brady, 1910. - Subfamily Cyclocypridinae Kaufmann, 1900. - Genus Cypria Zenker, 1854. - 1. Cypria exsculpta (Fischer, 1855). - 2. Cypria ophtalmica (Jurine, 1820). - 3. Cypria subsalsa Redeke, 1936. - 4. Cypria sywulae nom. nov. - 5. Cypria reptans Bronshtein, 1928. - Genus Physocypria Vavra, 1897. - 1. Physocypria kraepelini G.W. Müller, 1903. - Genus Cyclocypris Brady & Norman, 1889. - 1. Cyclocypris globosa (Sars, 1863). - 2. Cyclocypris serena (Koch, 1838). - 3. Cyclocypris laevis (O.F. Müller, 1776). - 4. Cyclocypris ovum (Jurine, 1820). - 5. Cyclocypris helocrenica Fuhrmann & Pietrzeniuk, 1990. - Family Ilyocyprididae Kaufmann, 1900. - Subfamily Ilyocypridinae Kaufmann, 1900. - Genus Ilyocypris Brady & Norman, 1889. - 1. Ilyocypris gibba (Ramdohr, 1808). - 2. Ilyocypris monstrifica (Norman, 1862). - 3. Ilyocypris decipiens Masi, 1905. - 4. Ilyocypris bradyi Sars, 1890. - 5. Ilyocypris inermis Kaufmann, 1900. - 6. Ilyocypris lacustris Kaufmann, 1900. - 7. Ilyocypris getica Masi, 1906. - Family Notodromadidae Kaufmann, 1900. - Subfamily Notodromadinae Kaufmann, 1900. - Genus Notodromas Lilljeborg, 1853. - 1. Notodromas monacha (O.F. Müller, 1776). - 2. Notodromas persica Gurney, 1921. - Subfamily Cyproidinae Hartmann, 1963. - Genus Cyprois Zenker, 1854. - 1. Cyprois marginata (Straus, 1821). - Family Cyprididae Baird, 1845. - Subfamily Cypridinae Baird, 1845. - Genus Cypris O.F. Müller, 1776. - 1. Cypris pubera O.F. Müller, 1776. - 2. Cypris bispinosa Lucas, 1849. - 3. Cypris striata (Jurine, 1820). - Subfamily Eucypridinae Bronshtein, 1947. - Genus Eucypris Vâvra, 1891. - 1. Eucypris virens (Jurine, 1820). - 2. Eucypris kerkyrensis Stephanides, 1937. - 3. Eucypris moravica Jancaffk, 1947. - 4. Eucypris lilljeborgi (G.W. Müller, 1900). - 5. Eucypris elliptica (Baird, 1846). - 6. Eucypris crassa (O.F. Müller, 1785). - 7. Eucypris anglica Fox, 1967. - 8. Eucypris pigra (Fischer, 1851). - Genus Koencypris n. gen. - 1. Koencypris ornata (O.F. Müller, 1776). - Genus Prionocypris Brady & Norman, 1896. - 1. Prionocypris zenkeri (Chyzer & Toth, 1858). - Genus Tonnacypris Diebel & Pietrzeniuk, 1975. - 1. Tonnacypris lutaria (Koch, 1838). - Genus Trajancypris Martens, 1989. - 1. Trajancypris serrata (G.W. Müller, 1900). - 2. Trajancypris clavata (Baird, 1838). - 3. Trajancypris laevis (G.W. Müller, 1900). - Subfamily Cypricercinae McKenzie, 1971. - Genus Bradleycypris McKenzie,1982. - 1. Bradleycypris obliqua (Brady, 1868). - Genus Bradleystrandesia Broodbakker, 1983. - 1. Bradleystrandesia fuscata (Jurine, 1820). - 2. Bradleystrandesia reticulata (Zaddach, 1844). - 3. Bradleystrandesia hirsuta (Fischer, 1851). - Subfamily Herpetocypridinae Kaufmann, 1900. - Genus Herpetocypris Brady & Norman, 1889. - 1. Herpetocypris reptans (Baird, 1835). - 2. Herpetocypris brevicaudata Kaufmann, 1900. - 3. Herpetocypris chevreuxi (Sars, 1896) 4. Herpetocypris helenae G.W. Müller, 1908. - 5. Herpetocypris interm
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    Call number: AWI Bio-00-0281
    In: Flora of the Russian Arctic, Volume III
    Description / Table of Contents: This volume - the third of six - continues the first comprehensive English-language flora of the Russian Arctic. Flora of the Russian Arctic translates Arkticheskaya Flora SSSR, the authoritative work of botanists of the komarov Botanical Institute prepared under the editorship of A. I. Tolmachev and B. A. Yurtsev. This unexcerpted translation was prepared by distinguished systematist G. C. D. Griffiths under the editorship of J. G. Packer, Professor Emeritus of Botany at the University of Alberta. It represents the first time this work has been made available in a language other than Russian. This third volume of Flora of the Russian Arctic describes the nine families here listed. Together, the six volumes in the series will treat some 360 genera, 1650 species and 220 infraspecific taxa, including many new combinations and previously undescribed species and subspecies. The original distribution maps and detailed keys to genera and species complement the species discussions. The Russian Arctic spans 160 degrees of longitude, from the Norwegian frontier to the Bering Strait. The comprehensive content and accomplished scholarship of this work, along with the size of the area covered, make Flora of the Russian Arctic an essential part of any botanical library.
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    Pages: XXXV, 472 Seiten , Illustrationen
    Edition: First English edition
    ISBN: 3443500242
    Series Statement: Flora of the Russian Arctic : a critical review of the vascular plants occurring in the Arctic region of the former Soviet Union 3
    Uniform Title: Arktičeskaja flora SSSR
    Language: English , Latin
    Note: Contents Acknowledgements Editor's Preface Translator's Preface Preface to Volume V of the Russian Edition, Salicaceae-Portulacaceae Preface to Volume VI of the Russian Edition, Caryophyllaceae-Ranunculaceae Abbreviations Used in Citing Floristic and Systematic Literature FAMILY XX / Salicaceae — Willow Family GENUS 1 / Populus - Poplar GENUS 2 / Chosenia - Chosenia GENUS 3 / Salix - Willow FAMILY XXI / Betulaceae — Birch Family GENUS 1 / Betula - Birch GENUS 2 / Alnaster - Green Alder GENUS 3 / Alnus - Alder FAMILY XXII / Urticaceae — Nettle Family GENUS 1 / Urtica - Nettle FAMILY XXIII / Polygonaceae — Buckwheat Family GENUS 1 / Oxyria - Mountain Sorrel GENUS 2 / Rumex - Dock, Sorrel GENUS 3 / Rheum - Rhubarb GENUS 4 / Koenigia - Koenigia GENUS 5 / Polygonum - Knotweed, Smartweed FAMILY XXIV / Chenopodiaceae — Goosefoot Family GENUS 1 / Chenopodium - Goosefoot GENUS 2 / Monolepis - Monolepis GENUS 3 / Atriplex - Orache GENUS 4 / Corispermum - Bugseed FAMILY XXV / Portulacaceae — Purslane Family GENUS 1 / Claytonia - Spring Beauty GENUS 2 / Montia - Blinks FAMILY XXVI / Caryophyllaceae — Pink Family GENUS 1 / Stellaria - Chickweed, Stitchwort GENUS 2 / Cerastium - Mouse-ear Chickweed GENUS 3 / Sagina - Pearlwort GENUS 4 / Minuartia - Minuartia GENUS 5 / Honkenya - Sea Sandwort GENUS 6 / Arenaria - Sandwort GENUS 7 / Moehringia - Groue Sandwort GENUS 8 / Merckia - Mercfo'a GENUS 9 / Spergula - Corn Spurry GENUS 10 / Spergularia - Sand Spurry GENUS 11 / Agrostemma - Corn Cockle GENUS 12 / Viscaria - Catchfly GENUS 13 / Silene - Campion GENUS 14 / Lychnis - Lychnis GENUS 15 / Coronaria - Ragged Robin GENUS 16 / Gastrolychnis - Gastrolychnis GENUS 17 / Gypsophila - Baby's-breath GENUS 18 / Dianthus - Pink FAMILY XXVII / Faeoniaceae — Peony Family GENUS 1 /Paeonia - Peony FAMILY XXVIII / Ranunculaceae — Buttercup Family GENUS 1 / Caltha - Marsh Marigold GENUS 2 / Trollius - Globe Flower GENUS 2a / Coptis - Goldthread GENUS 3 / Aquilegia - Columbine GENUS 4 / Delphinium - Larkspur GENUS 5 / Aconitum - Monkshood GENUS 6 7 Anemone - Anemone GENUS 7 / Pulsatilla - Pasque Flower GENUS 8 / Atragene - Alpine Clematis GENUS 9 / Oxygraphis - Oxygraphis GENUS 10 / Beckwithia - Beckwithia GENUS 11 / Batrachium - White Water Crowfoot GENUS 12 / Ranunculus - Buttercup GENUS 13 / Thalictrum - Meadow Rue APPENDIX I / Summary of Data on the Geographical Distribution of Vascular Plants of the Soviet Arctic TABLE 5 / Distribution of Vascular Plants of the Soviet Arctic, Salicaceae-Ranunculaceae Index of Plant Names
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    In: Flora Qinghaiica, Vol. 2
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    Pages: 463 Seiten , Illustrationen
    ISBN: 7225017543
    Language: Chinese , Latin
    Note: Contents: Crassulaceae / Pan Jin-tang, Chen Shi-long (Sedum). - Saxifragaceae / Pan Jin-tang. - Rosaceae / Wu Zhen-Ian. - Leguminosae / Wu Yu-hu, Xia Zhen-dai (Vicieae). - Geraniaceae, Tropaeolaceae, Linaceae, Zygophyllaceae, Rutaceae, Simaroubaceae, Meliaceae, Polygalaceae / Wu Zhen-Ian. - Euphorbiaceae / Pan Jin-tang. - Callitrichaceae, Anacardiaceae, Celastraceae, Aceraceae, Sapindaceae, Balsaminaceae, ·Rhamnaceae, Vitaceae, Tiliaceae, Malvaceae, Actinidiaceae, Cuttiferae / Wu Zhen-Ian. - Tamaricaceae / Zhang-Zhi-he. - Violaceae / Pan Jin-tang. - Thymelaeaceae, Elaeagnaceae / Zhang Zhi-he. - Onagraceae, Haloragidiceae, Hippuridaceae, Cynomoriaceae / Pan Jin-tang. - Araliaceae / Wu Zhen-Ian. - Umbelliferae, Cornaceae / Pan Jin-tang. - Delineatores / Wang Ying, Yan Cui-lan, Liu Jin-jun, Pan Jin-tang. , In chines. Schr. - Nomenklatur in lat. Schr.
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    In: Flora Qinghaiica, Vol. 1
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    Pages: 544 Seiten , Illustrationen
    ISBN: 722501448x
    Language: Chinese , Latin
    Note: Contents: Selaginellaceae, Equisetaceae, Pteridaceae, Sinopteridaceae, Adiataceae, Hemionidaceae, Athyriaceae, Aspleniaceae, Onocleaceae, Woodsiaceae, Dryopteridaceae, Polypodiaceae, Drynariaceae, Pinaceae, Cupressaceae, Ephedraceae, Utricaceae / Mei Li-juan. - Salicaceae / Ding Tuo-ya. - Juglandaceae, Betulaceae, Fagaceae, Ulmaceae, Moraceae, Santalaceae, Loranthaceae, Polygonaceae, Chenopodiaceae, Amaranthaceae, Cruciferae / Huang Rong-fu. - Caryophyllaceae, Ranunculaceae, Berberidaceae, Lauraceae, Papaveraceae / Zhou Li-hua. - Delineatores / Wang Ying, Yan Cui-lan, Liu Jin-jun, Zhang Gui-zhi, Feng Jin-huan, Zhou Qing-jun. , In chines. Schr. - Nomenklatur in lat. Schr.
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    Call number: AWI Bio-18-91599-26
    In: Flora Reipublicae Popularis Sinicae, Tomus 26
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 506 Seiten , Illustrationen
    ISBN: 7030048873
    Language: Chinese , Latin
    Note: Table of Contents: NYCTAGINACEAE. - 1. Pisonia L. - 1. P. aculeata L.. - 2. Ceodes J. et G. Forst. - 1. C. grandis (R. Br.) D. Q. Lu. - 2. C. umbellifera J. et G. Forst. - 3. Bougainvillea Comm. ex Juss. - 1. B. glabra Choisy. - 2. spectabilis Willd. - 4. Mirabilis L. - 1. M. jalapa L. - 5. Oxybaphus L' Her. ex Willd. - 1. O. himalaicus Edgew. - 6. Boerhavia L. - 1. B. diffusa L. - 2. B. erecta L.. - 3. B. crispa Heyne. - 7. Commicarpus Standl. - 1. C. chinensis (L. ) Heim. - 2. C. lantsangensis D. Q. Lu. - PHYTOLACCACEAE. - 1. Phytolacca L. - 1. Ph. acinosa Roxb. - 2. Ph. polyandra Batalin. - 3. Ph. japonica Makino. - 4. Ph. americana L. - 2. Rivina L. - 1. R. humilis L. - AIZOACEAE. - 1. Gisekia L. - 1. G. pharnaceoides L. - 2. Glinus L. - 1. Gl. lotoides L. - 2. Gl. oppositifolius (L.) A. DC. - 3. Mollugo L. - 1. M. nudicaulis Lam. - 2. M. cerviana (L.) Ser. - 3. M. stricta L. - 4. M. verticillata L. - 4. Sesuvium L. - 1. S. portulacastrum (L.) L. - 5. Trianthema L. - 1. Tr. portulacastrum L. - 6. Mesembryanthemum L. - 1. M. cordifolium L. f. - 2. M. crystallinum L. - 3. M. uncatum Salm-Dyck. - 4. M. edule L.. - 5. M. spectabile Haw. - 7. Tetragonia L. - 1. T . tetragonioides (Pall. ) Kuntze. - PORTULACACEAE. - 1. Portulaca L. - 1. P. oleracea L. - 2. P. pilosa L. - 3. P. grandiflora Hook - 4. P. quadrifida L. - 5. P. psammotropha Hance. - 6. P. insularis Hosokawa. - 2. Talinum Adans. - 1. T. paniculatum (Jacq.) Gaertn. - BASELLACEAE. - 1. Basella L. - 1. B. alba L. - 2. Anredera Juss. - 1. A. scandens (L.) Moq. - 2. A. cordifolia (Tenore) Steenis. - CARYOPHYLLACEAE. - I. Subfam. PARONYCHIOIDEAE Vierh. - 1. Trib. PARONYCHIEAE Pax. - 1. Gymnocarpos Forssk. - 1. G. przewalskii Maxim. - 2. Herniaria L. - 1. H. glabra L. - 2. H. polygama J. Gay. - 3. H. caucasica Rupr. - 2. Trib. SPERGULEAE Vierh. - 3. Spergula L. - 1. Sp. arvensis L. - 4. Spergularia (Pers.) J. et C. Presl. - 1. Sp. rubra (L.) J. et C. Presl. - 2. Sp. diandra (Guss.) Heldr. et Sart. - 3. Sp. media (L.) C. Presl. - 4. Sp. salina J. et C. Presl. - 3. Trib. POLYCARPEAE Pax. - 5. Drymaria Willd. ex Roem. et Schult. - 1. Dr. villosa Cham. et Schlecht. - 2. Dr. diandra Bl. - 6. Polycarpon Loefl. ex L. - 1. P. prostratum (Forssk.) Aschers. et Schweinw. - 7. Polycarpaea Lam. - 1. P. corymbosa (L.) Lam. - 2. P. gaudichaudii Gagnep. - ll. Subfam. ALSINOIDEAE Vierh. - 1. Subtrib. STELLARIINAE Aschers. et Graebn. - 8. Pseudostellaria Pax. - 1. Ps. sylvatica (Maxim.) Pax. - 2. Ps. heterophylla (Miq.) Pax. - 3. Ps. japonica (Korsh.) Pax. - 4. Ps. davidii (Franch.) Pax. - 5. Ps. rupestris (Turcz.) Pax. - 6. Ps. heterantha (Maxim.) Pax. - 7. Ps. himalaica (Franch.) Pax. - 8. Ps. maximowicziana (Franch. et Sav.) Pax. - 9. Myosoton Moench. - 1. M. aquaticum (L.) Moench. - 10. Cerastium L. - 1. C. cerastoides (L.) Britt. - 2. C. pauciflorum Stev. ex Ser. - 3. C. falcatum Bge. - 4. C. maximum L. - 5. C. lithospermifolium Fisch. - 6. C. dahuricum Fisch. - 7. C. perfoliaturn L. - 8. C. glomeratum Thuill. - 9. C. furcatum Cham. et Schlecht. - 10. C. fontanum Baumg. - 11. C. tianschanicum Schischk. - 12. C. limprichtii Pax et Hoffm. - 13. C. szechuense Williams. - 14. C. wilsonii Takeda. - 15. C. pusillum Ser. - 16. C. baischanense Y. C. Chu. - 17. C. arvense L. - 18. C. subpilosum Hayata. - 11. Stellaria L. - 1. Sect. Stellaria. - 1. Subsect. Stellaria. - 1. Ser. Petiolares Fenzl. - 1. St. bungeana Fenzl. - 2. St. nemorum L. - 3. St. nepalensis Majumdar et Vartak. - 4. St. arisanensis (Hayata) Hayata. - 5. St. wushanensis Williams. - 6. St. neglecta Weihe ex Bluff et Fingerh. - 7. St. media (L.) Cyr. - 8. St. apetala Ucria ex Roem. - 9. St. vestita Kurz. - 10. St. chinensis Regel. - 11. St. pilosa Franch. - 12. St. petiolaris Hand. -Mazz. - 13. St. lanipes C. Y. Wu et H. Chuang. - 2. Ser. Sessilifoliae Y. W. Tsui ex P. Ke. - 14. St. omeiensis C. Y. Wu et Y. W. Tsui ex P. Ke. - 15. St. reticulivena Hayata. - 16. St. infracta Maxim. - 17. St. gyirongensis L. H. Zhou. - 18. St. zangnanensis L. H. Zhou. - 19. St. tibetica Kurz. - 20. St. lanata Hook. f. ex Edgew. et Hook. f. - 21. St. patens D. Don. - 3. Ser. Dichotomae Roshev. - 22. St. dichotoma L. - 23. St. amblyosepala Schrenk. - 4. Ser. Holosteae Fenzl. - 24. St. henryi Williams. - 2. Subsect. Larbraea (St. Hil.) Fenzl. - 1. Ser. Foliaceo-bracteatae Schischk. - 25. St. ebracteata Korn. - 26. St. winkleri (Briq.) Schischk. - 27. St. crassifolia Ehrh. - 2. Ser. Discolares Schischk. - 28. St. discolor Turcz. - 29. St. gyangtseensis Williams. - 3. Ser. Uliginosae Schischk. - 30. St. pusilla E. Schmid. - 31. St. mainlingensis L. H. Zhou. - 32. St. depressa E. Schmid. - 33. St. uliginosa Murr. - 4. Ser. Gramineae Roshev. - 34. St. graminea L. - 35. St. brachypetala Bge. - 36. St. yunnanensis Franch. - 37. St. palustris Ehrh. ex Retz. - 38. St. salicifolia Y. W. Tsui ex P. Ke. - 39. St. dianthifolia Williams. - 40. St. longifolia Muehl. ex Willd. - 41. St. imbricata Bge. - 42. St. nipponica Ohwi. - 43. St. filicaulis Makino. - 5. Ser. Parviflorae Schischk. - 44. St. alaschanica Y. Z. Zhao. - 45. St. oxycoccoides Korn. - 46. St. uda Williams. - 47. St. souliei Williams. - 6. Ser. Pedunculares Schischk. - 48. St. soongorica Roshev. - 7. Ser. Umbellatae Schischk. - 49. St. irrigua Bge. - 50. St. parvi-umbellata Y. Z. Zhao. - 51. St. umbellata Turcz. - 52. St. suburnbellata Edgew.. - 2. Sect. Adenonerna (Bge.) Pax. - 53. St. arenaria Maxim.. - 54. St. cherleriae (Fisch. ex Ser.) Williams. - 55. St. petraea Bge. - 56. St. decumbens Edgew. - 57. St. congestiflora Hara. - 3. Sect. Fimbripetalurn Turcz. - 58. St. radians L. - 4. Sect. Leucostemma (Benth. ex G. Don f.) Pax. - 59. St. rnartjanovii Krylov. - 5. Sect. Schizothecium Fenzl. - 60. St. monosperma Buch. -Ham. ex D. Don. - 61. St. ovatifolia (Mizushima) Mizushima. - 62. St. delavayi Franch. - 6. Sect. Oligosperma Boiss. - 63. St. bistyla Y. Z. Zhao. - 64. St. strongylosepala Hand.-Mazz. - 12. Holosteum L. - 1. H. umbellatum L. - 13. Arenaria L. - 1. Subgen. Arenaria. - 1. Sect. Arenaria. - 1. A. serpyllifolia L. - 2. Sect. Rotundifoliae McNeill. - 2. A. orbiculata Royle ex. Edgew. et Hook f. - 3. A. neelgerrensis Wight et Arn. - 3. Sect. Rariflorae Williams. - 4. A. monosperma Williams. - 5. A. puranensis L. H. Zhou. - 4. Sect. Compressae McNeill. - 6. A. compressa McNeill. - 2. Subgen. Eremogone (Fenzl) Fenzl. - 1. Sect. Monogone Maxim. - 7. A. potaninii Schischk. - 2. Sect. Capillares McNeill. - 8. A. juncea M. Bieb. - 9. A. capillaris Poir. - 10. A. acicularis Williams ex Keissler. - 11. A. grüningiana Pax et Hoffm. - 12. A. formosa Fisch. ex Ser. - 13. A. haitzeshanensis Y. W. Tsui. - 3. Sect. Sclerophyllae (Boiss.) McNeill. - 14. A. griffithii Boiss. - 15. A. androsacea Grub. - 3. Subgen. Eremogoneastrum Williams. - 16. A. brevipetala Y. W. Tsui et L. H. Zhou. - 17. A. baxoiensis L. H. Zhou. - 18. A. kumaonensis Maxim. - 19. A. kansuensis Maxim. - 20. A. ischnophylla Williams. - 21. A. roborowskii Maxim. - 22. A. lancangensis L. H. Zhou. - 23. A. gerzeensis L. H. Zhou. - 24. A. qinghaiensis Y. W. Tsui et L. H. Zhou. - 25. A. aksayqingensis L. H. Zhou. - 26. A. pulvinata Edgew. - 27. A. shannanensis L. H. Zhou. - 28. A. edgeworthiana Majumdar. - 29. A. bryophylla Fernald. - 30. A. zadoiensis L. H. Zhou. - 31. A. taibaishanensis L. H. Zhou. - 32. A. festucoides Benth. - 4. Subgen. Dolophragma (Fenzl) McNeill. - 33. A. przewalskii Maxim. - 34. A. smithiana Mattf. - 35. A. oreophila Hook. f. ex Edgew. et Hook. f. - 36. A. densissima Wall. ex Edgew. et Hook. f. - 37. A. polytrichoides Edgew. ex. Edgew. et Hook f. - 5. Subgen. Solitaria McNeill. - 38. A. ciliolata Edgew. - 39. A. ramellata Williams. - 40. A. stracheyi Edgew. - 41. A. rhodantha Pax et Ho , Text in chinesischer Schrift , Überschriften in lateinischer Sprache
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    Xining : Qinghai People's Publishing House
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    Call number: AWI Bio-18-91553-3
    In: Flora Qinghaiica, Vol. 3
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 547 S , Ill., graph. Darst
    ISBN: 722501255X
    Language: Chinese , Latin
    Note: Contents: Pyrolaceae, Ericaceae, Plumbaginaceae, Oleaceae, Loganiaceae, Gentianaceae, Convolvulaceae, Verbenaceae, Labiatae, Solanaceae, Capdfoliaceae, Dipsacaceae, Cucurbitaceae / Ho Ting-nung. - Primulaceae / Ho Ting-nung, Xue Chun-ying. - Apocynaceae, Asclepiadaceae, Polemoniaceae, Plantaginaceae, Rubiaceae, Adoxaceae, Valerianaceae / Xue Chun-ying. - Boraginaceae, Scrophulariaceae, Bignoniaceae, Orobanchaceae, Lentibulariaceae, Gesneriaceae / Lu Xue-feng. - Campanulaceae, Compositae / Liu Shang-wu. - Delineatores / Wang Ying, Yan Cui-lan, Liu, Jin-jun. , Sprache In chines. Schr. - Nomenklatur in lat. Schr.
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    Xining : Qinghai People's Publ. House
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    Call number: AWI Bio-18-91553-4
    In: Flora Qinghaiica, Vol. 4
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 353 Seiten , Illustrationen , 26 cm
    ISBN: 722501255X , 722501448X , 7225017543 , 7225017551 , 9787225012551 , 9787225014487 , 9787225017549 , 9787225017556
    Language: Chinese , Latin
    Note: Contents: Typhaceae, Potamogetonaceae, Juncaginaceae, Scheuchzeriaceae, Alismataceae, Araceae, Lemnaceae, Juncaceae, Dioscoreaceae, Iridaceae / DengDe-shan. - Gramineae / Lu Sheng-lian. - Gramineae (Triticeae Dumort) / Cai Lian-bing. - Cyperaceae / Liang Song-jun, Dai Lun-kai, Zhang Shu-ren. - Liliaceae / Liu Shang-wu. - Orchidaceae / Lang, Kai-yong. - Delineatores / Yan Cui-lan, Wang Ying, Liu Jin-jun, Wang Jin-feng, Ji Chao-zhen, Wu Zhang-hua, Zhang Tai-li. , In chines. Schr. - Nomenklatur in lat. Schr.
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    Call number: AWI Bio-97-0308
    In: Flora of the Russian Arctic, Volume 1
    Description / Table of Contents: Families in Volume 1: I. Polypodiaceae - True Ferns. - II. Ophioglossaceae - Adder's Tongue. - III. Equisetaceae - Horsetails. - IV. Lycopodiaceae - Club-Moss. - V. Selaginellaceae - Selaginella. - VI. Pinaceae - Pine. - VII. Cupressaceae - Cypress. - VIII. Sparganiaceae - Bur-Reed. - IX. Potamogetonaceae - Pondweed. - X. Juncaginaceae - Arrow-Grass. - XI. Alismataceae - Water-Plantain. - XII. Butomaceae - Flowering Rush. - XIII. Gramineae - Grasses
    Description / Table of Contents: This volume - the first of six - launches the first comprehensive English-language flora of the Russian Arctic. Flora of the Russian Arctic translates Arkticheskaya Flora SSSR, the authoritative work of botanists of the Komarov Botanical Institute prepared under the editorship of A. I. Trolmachev and B. A. Yurtsev. This unexcerpted translation was prepared by distinguished systematist G. C. D: Griffiths under the editorship of J. G. Packer, Professor Emeritus of Botany at the University of Alberta. It represents the first time this work has been made available in a language other than Russian. This first volue of Flora of the Russian Arctic describes the thirteen families here listed. Together, the six volumes will treat some 360 genera, 1650 species and 220 infraspecific taxa, including many new combinations and previously undescribed species and subspecies. Detailed keys to genera and species and the original distribution maps complement the species discussions. The Russian Arctic spans 145 degrees of longitude, from the Barents Sea to the Bering Strait. The comprehensive content and accomplished scholarship of this work, along with the size of the area covered, make Flora of the Russian Arctic an essential part of every botanical library.
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    Pages: XXXVIII, 330 Seiten , Illustrationen
    Edition: First English edition
    ISBN: 0888642695
    Series Statement: Flora of the Russian Arctic : a critical review of the vascular plants occurring in the Arctic region of the former Soviet Union 1
    Uniform Title: Arktičeskaja flora SSSR
    Language: English , Latin
    Note: Contents Acknowledgements Editor's Preface Translator's Preface Preface to Volume I of the Russian edition, Polypodiaceae-Butomaceae Preface to Volume II of the Russian edition, Gramineae Abbreviations Used in Citing Floristic and Systematic Literature FAMILY I / Polypodiaceae—True Ferns GENUS 1 / Woodsia—Woodsia GENUS 2 / Cystopteris—Bladder Fern GENUS 3 / Dryopteris—Shield Fern GENUS 4 / Thelypteris—Thelypteris GENUS 5 / Gymnocarpium—Oak Fern GENUS 6 / Polystichum—Holly Fern GENUS 7 / Athyrium—Lady Fern GENUS 8 / Asplenium—Spleenwort GENUS 9 / Cryptogramma—Rock Brake GENUS 10 / Polypodium—Polypody FAMILY II / Ophioglossaceae—Adder's Tongue Family GENUS L / Botrychium—Moonwort FAMILY III / Equisetaceae—Horsetails GENUS 1 / Equisetum—Horsetail FAMILY IV / Lycopodiaceae—Club-Mosses GENUS 1 / Lycopodium—Club-Moss FAMILY V / Selaginellaceae—Selaginella Family GENUS 1 / Selaginella—Selaginella, Little Club-Moss FAMILY VI / Pinaceae—Pine Family GENUS IA / Abies—Fir GENUS 1 / Picea—Spruce GENUS 2 / Larix—Larch GENUS 3 / Pinus—Pine FAMILY VII / Cupressaceae—Cypress Family GENUS 1 / Juniperus—Juniper FAMILY VIII / Sparganiaceae—Bur-Reed Family GENUS 1 / Sparganium—Bur-Reed FAMILY IX / Potamogetonaceae—Pondweed Family GENUS 1 / Potamogeton—Pondweed GENUS 2 / Zostera—Eel-Grass FAMILY X / Juncaginaceae—Arrow-Grass Family GENUS 1 / Triglochin—Arrow Grass GENUS 2 / Scheuchzeria—Scheuchzeria FAMILY XI / Alismataceae—Water-Plantain Family GENUS 1 / Alisma—Water-Plantain FAMILY XII / Butomaceae—Flowering Rush Family GENUS 1 / Butomus—Flowering Rush FAMILY XIII / Gramineae—Grasses GENUS 1 / Typhoides—Reed Canary Grass GENUS 2 / Anthoxanthum—Vernal-Grass GENUS 3 / Hierochloe—Sweet Grass GENUS 4 / Milium—Wood Millet GENUS 5 / Phleum—Timothy GENUS 6 / Alopecurus—Foxtail GENUS 7 / Arctagrostis—Arctagrostis GENUS 8 / Agrostis—Bent GENUS 9 / Calamagrostis—Reed Grass GENUS 10 / Apera—Silky Bent GENUS 11 / Vahlodea—Vahlodea GENUS 12 / Deschampsia—Hair Grass GENUS 13 / Trisetum—Trisetum GENUS 14 / Helictotrichon—Oat Grass GENUS 15 I Beckmannia—Slough Grass GENUS 16 / Phragmites—Reed GENUS 17 / Molinia—Moor Grass GENUS 18 / Koeleria—June Grass GENUS 19 / Melica—Melic GENUS 20 / Pleuropogon—Semaphore Grass GENUS 21 / Dactylis—Cocksfoot GENUS 22 / Poa—Bluegrass GENUS 23 / Dupontia—Dupontia GENUS 24 / Arctophila—Arctophila GENUS 25 / Colpodium—Colpodium GENUS 26 / Catabrosa—Brook Grass GENUS 27 / Phippsia—Phippsia GENUS 27A / Glyceria—Manna Grass GENUS 28 / Puccinellia—Alkali Grass GENUS 29 / Festuca—Fescue GENUS 30 / Zerna—Perennial Brome Grass GENUS 31 / Bromus—Brome Grass GENUS 32 / Nardus—Matgrass GENUS 33 / Roegneria—Rhizomeless WheatGrass GENUS 34 / Elytrigia—WheatGrass GENUS 35 / Leymus—Wild Rye GENUS 36 / Hordeum—Barley APPENDIX I I Summary of Data on the Geographical Distribution of Vascular Plants of the Soviet Arctic TABLE 1 / Distribution of Vascular Plants of the Soviet Arctic, Polypodiaceae-Butomaceae TABLE 2 / Distribution of Vascular Plants of the Soviet Arctic, Gramineae Index of Plant Names
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    Call number: AWI Bio-96-0044
    In: Bibliotheca diatomologica, Band 29
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 212 Seiten , Illustrationen , 23 cm
    ISBN: 3443570208
    Series Statement: Bibliotheca diatomologica 29
    Language: German , Latin
    Note: Inhalt Summary Brachysira, allgemeine Charakterisierung der Gattung Brachysira, die Taxa im einzelnen Addenda zu Nupela, Navicula, Naviculadicta, Sellaphora Nupela Navicula sensu lato Naviculadicta nov. gen. Sellaphora Nachtrag zu Achnanthes und Thalassiosira Dank Literaturverzeichnis Bildtafeln Register
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    Berlin u.a. : Langenscheidt
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    Call number: 93.0634
    In: Langenscheidts Taschenwörterbuch der lateinischen und deutschen Sprache
    Edition: 43. Aufl
    ISBN: 3468102003
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    Beijing : Science Press
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    Call number: AWI Bio-18-91560-3
    In: Flora in desertis Reipublicae Populorum Sinarum, Tomus 3
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: III, 508 S , Ill
    ISBN: 7030023471
    Language: Chinese , Latin
    Note: Contents: Primulaceae. - 1. Primula L. - 2. Androsace L. - 3. Glaux L. - 4. Lysimachia L. - Plumbaginaceae. - 1. Goniolimon Boiss. - 2. Limonium Mill. - Oleaceae. - 1. Fraxinus L. - Loganiaceae. - Buddleja L. - Gentianaceae. - 1. Centaurium Hill. - 2. Gentiana L. - 3. Nymphoides Seguier. - Apocynaceae. - 1. Apocynum L. - 2. Poacynum Baill. - Asclepiadaceae. - 1. Periploca L. - 2. Cynanchum L. - Convolvulaceae. - 1. Convovulus L. - 2. Calystegia R. Br. - 3. Cuscuta L. - Hydrophyllaceae. - 1. Phacelia Juss. - Boraginaceae. - 1. Rindera Pall. - 2. Heliotropium L. - 3. Messerschmidia L. ex Hebenstr. - 4. Symphytum L. - 5. Rochelia Reichb. - 6. Asperugo L. - 7. Gastrocotyle Bge. - 8. Nonea Medic. - 9. Lycopsis L. - 10. Heterocarpum DC. - 11. Cynoglossum L. - 12. Lappula V. Wolf. - 13. Stenosolenium Turcz. - 14. Trigonotis Stev. - 15. Lepechiniella M. Pop. - 16. Arnebia Forsk. - 17. Onosma L. - 18. Lithospermum L. - 19. Echium L. - Verbenaceae. - 1. Caryopteris Bge. - Labiatae. - 1. Amethystea L. - 2. Scutellaria L. - 3. Marrubium L. - 4. Lagopsis Bge. ex Benth. - 5. Schizonepeta (Benth.) Briq. - 6. Lallemantia Fisch. et Mey. - 7. Dracocephalum L. - 8. Nepeta L. - 9. Eremostachys Bge. - 10. Phlomis L. - 11. Leonurus L. - 12. Panzeria Moench. - 13. Lagochilus Bge. - 14. Stachys L. - 15. Charmaesphacos Schrenk. - 16. Salvia L. - 17. Clinopodium L. - 18. Ziziphora L. - 19. Hyssopus L. - 20. Thymus L. - 21. Mentha L. - 22. Lycopus L. - 23. Elsholtzia Willd. - 24. Plectranthus L'Her. - Solanaceae. - 1. Lycium L. - 2. Solanum L. - 3. Hyoscyamus L. - 4. Datura L. - Scrophulariaceae. - 1. Veronicastrum Heist. ex Farbic. - 2. Veronica L. - 3. Linaria Mill. - 4. Limosella L. - 5. Leptorhabdos Schrenk. - 6. Scrophularia L. - 7. Rehmannia Libosch. ex Fisch. et Mey. - 8. Dodartia L. - 9. Omphalothrix Maxim. - 10. Euphrasia L. - 11. Odontites Ludw. - 12. Pedicularis L. - 13. Cymbaria L. - 14. Siphonostegia Benth. - Bignoniaceae. - 1. Incarvillea Juss. - Orobanchiaceae. - 1. Orobanche L. - 2. Cistanche Hoffmg. et Link. - Lentibulariaceae. - 1. Utricularia L. - Plantaginaceae. - 1. Plantago L. - Rubiaceae. - 1. Microphysa Schrenk. - 2. Galium L. - 3. Rubia L. - 4. Leptodermis Wall. - Caprifoliaceae. - 1. Lonicera L. - 2. Viburnum L. - 3. Sambucus L. - Valerianaeceae. - 1. Patrinia Juss. - Dipsaceae. - 1. Scabiosa L. - Campanulaceae. - 1. Adenophora Fisch. - 2. Lobelia L. - Compositae. - I. Eupatorieae. - 1. Eupatorium L. - II. Asterae Cass. - 2. Heteropappus Less. - 3. Aster L. - 4. Asterothamnus Novopokr. - 5. Galatella Cass. - 6. Linosyris Cass. - 7. Arctogeron DC. - 8. Tripolium Nees. - 9. Brachyactis Ledeb. - 10. Erigeron L. - 11. Conyza L. - III. Heliantheae. - 12. Xanthium L. - 13. Siegesbeckia L. - 14. Bidens L. - IV. Anthemideae. - 15. Achillea l. - 16. Tripleuospermum Sch. Bip. - 17. Tanacetum L. - 18. Hippolytia Poljak. - 19. Cancrinia Kar. et Kir. - 20. Brachanthemum DC. - 21. Dendranthema (DC,) Des. Moul. - 22. Stilpnolepis Krasch. - 23. Ajania Poljak. - 24. Filifolium Kitam. - 25. Kaschgaria Poljak. - 26. Elachanthemum Ling et Y. R. Ling. - 27. Neopallasia Poljak. - 28. Artemisia L. - V. Senecioneae. - 29. Senecio L. - 30. Ligularia Cass. - VI. Inuleae. - 31. Karelinia Less. - 32. Filago L. - 33. Leontopodium R. Brown. - 34. Gnaphalium L. - 35. Helichrysum Mill. - 36. Inula L. - 37. Pulicaria Gaertn. - VII. Echinopsideae. - 38. Echinops L. - VIII. Cynareae. - 39. Carlina L. - 40. Tugarinovia Iljin. - 41. Arctium L. - 42. Acroptilon Cass. - 43. Cousinia Cass. - 44. Olgaea Iljin. - 45. Ancathia DC. - 46. Carduus L. - 47. Cirsium Mill. emend. Scop. - 48. Silybum Adans. - 49. Oligochaeta C. Koch. - 50. Saussurea DC. - 51. Pilostemon Iljin. - 52. Jurinea Cass. - 53. Onopordum L. - 54. Russowia C. Winkl. - 55. Plagiobasis Schrenk. - 56. Serratula L. - 57. Schischkinia Iljin. - 58. Chartolepis Cass. - 59. Stemmacantha Cass. - 60. Amberboa (Pers.) Less. - 61. Hyalea (DC.) Jaub. et Spach. - 62. Centaurea L. - 63. Carthamus L. - IX. Cichorieae. - 64. Cichorium L. - 65. Garhadiolus Jaub. et Spach. - 66. Koelpinia Pall. - 67. Heteracia Fisch. et Mev. - 68. Achyrophorus Adans. - 69. Picris L. - 70. Epilasia (Bge.) Benth. et Hook. - 71. Scorzonera L. - 72. Tragopogon L. - 73. Taraxacum Wigg. - 74. Paramicrophynchus Kirp. - 75. Sonchus L. - 76. Cephalorrhynchus Boiss. - 77. Lactuca L. - 78. Chondrilla L. - 79. Hexinia H. L. Yang, gen. nov. in Addenda. - 80. Hieracium L. - 81. Crepis L. - 82. Ixeris Cass. - 83. Youngia Cass. - Addenda Diagnoses Taxorum Novarum. , Titel und Text in chines. Schr. , Nomenclature also in Latin.
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    Call number: AWI Bio-18-91560-2
    In: Flora in desertis Reipublicae Populorum Sinarum, Tomus 2
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: III, 464 S. , Ill.
    Language: Chinese , Latin
    Note: Contents: Papaveraceae. - 1. Glaucium Mill. - 2. Papaver L. - 3. Hypecoum L. - 4. Corydalis Vent. - 5. Fumaria L. - Capparidaceae. - 1. Capparis L. - Cruciferae. - 1. Spirorrhynchus Kar. et Kir. - 2. Tauscheria Fisch. ex. DC. - 3. Isatis L. - 4. Pachypterygium Bge. - 5. Pugionium Gaertn. - 6. Cardaria Desv. - 7. Litwinowia Woron. - 8. Goldbachia DC. - 9. Hymenolobus Nutt. ex Torr. et Gray. - 10. Thlaspi L. - 11. Lepidium L. - 12. Berteroa DC. - 13. Microstigma Trautv. - 14. Lachnoloma Bge. - 15. Euclidium R. Br. - 16. Alyssum L. - 17. Ptilotrichum C. A. Mey. - 18. Camelina Crantz. - 19. Draba L. - 20. Megacarpaea DC. - 21. Capsella Medic. - 22. Rorippa Scop. - 23. Diptychocarpus Trautv. - 24. Chorispora R. Br. ex DC. - 25. Thellungiella O E. Schluz. - 26. Conringia Heist. ex Fabr. - 27. Turritis L. - 28. Synstemon Botsch. - 29. Dontostemon Andrz. ex C. A. Mey. - 30. Dimorphostemon Kitag. - 31. Clausia Korn.-Tr. - 32. Sterigmostemum M. B. - 33. Leptaleum DC. - 34. Tetracme Bge. - 35. Matthiola R. Br. - 36. Erysimum L. - 37. Syrenia Andrz. ex Bess. - 38. Torularia O. E. Schulz. - 39. Malcolmia R. Br. - 40. Arabidopsis (DC.) Heynh. - 41. Sisymbrium L. - 42. Eruca Mill. - 43. Descurainia Webb et Berth. - Crassulaceae. - 1. Orostachys Fisch. - 2. Sedum L. - Saxifragaceae. - 1. Parnassia L. - 2. Ribes L. - Rosaceae. - I. Spiraeoideae Agardh. - 1. Spiraea L. - II. Maloideae Weber. - 1. Cotoneaster B. Ehrhart. - 2. Crataegus L. - 3. Pyrus L. - 4. Malus Mill. - 5. Cydonia Mill. - III. Rosoideae Focke. - 1. Rosa L. - 2. Potaninia Maxim. - 3. Agrimonia L. - 4. Sanguisorba L. - 5. Rubus L. - 6. Geum L. - 7. Fragaria L. - 8. Potentilla L. - 9. Comarum L. - 10. Sibbalida L. - 11. Chamaerhodos Bge. - IV. Prunoideae Focke. - 1. Prinsepia Royle. - 2. Prunus L. - Leguminosae. - I. Mimosoideae Taub. - 1. Albizzia Durazz. - II. Caesalpinioideae Taub. - 1. Gleditsia L. - III. Papilionatae Taub. - 1. Eremosparton Fisch. et Mey. - 2. Sophora L. - 3. Ammodendron Fisch. - 4. Ammopiptanthus Cheng f. - 5. Thermopsis R. Br. - 6. Oronis L. - 7. Crotalaria L. - 8. Alhagi Gagneb. - 9. Lotus L. - 10. Kummerowia Schindl. - 11. Lespedeza Michx. - 12. Campylotropis Bge. - 13. Glycine Willd. - 14. Trifolium L. - 15. Melilotus Adans. - 16. Trigonella L. - 17. Melissitus Medic. - 18. Medicago L. - 19. Halimodendron Fisch. - 20. Vicia L. - 21. Lathyrus L. - 22. Amorpha L. - 23. Indigofera L. - 24. Robinia L. - 25. Swainsonia Salisb. (Sphaerophysa DC.). - 26. Caragana Fabr. - 27. Calophaca Fisch. - 28. Chesneya Lindl. - 29. Glycyrrhiza L. - 30. Hedysarum L. - 31. Oxytropis DC. - 32. Astragalus L. - 33. Gueldenstaedtia Fisch. (Amblytropis Kitag.). - Geraniaceae. - 1. Erodium L'Herit. - 2. Geranium L. - 3. Bieberstenia Steph. ex. Fisch. - Linaceae. - 1. Linum L. - Zygophyllaceae. - 1. Nitraria L. - 2. Peganum L. - 3. Zygophyllum L. - 4. Tribulus L. - 5. Tetraena Maxim. - Rutaceae. - 1. Phellodendron Rupr. - 2. Haplophyllum Adr. Juss. - Simaroubaceae. - 1. Ailanthus Desf. - Polygalaceae. - 1. Polygala L. - Euphorbiaceae. - 1. Chrozophora Adr. Juss. - 2. Speranskia Baill. - 3. Securinega Comm. ex Adr. Juss. - 4. Euphorbia L. - Callitrichaceae. - 1. Callitriche L. - Anacardiaceae. - 1. Pistacia L. - Celastraceae. - 1. Euonymus L. - 2. Celastrus L. - Aceraceae. - 1. Acer L. - Sapindaceae. - 1. Xanthoceras Bge. - 2. Koelreuteria Laxm. - Rhamnaceae. - 1. Rhamnus L. - 2. Ziziphus Mill. - Vitaceae. - 1. Vitis L. - 2. Ampelopsis Michx. - Tiliaceae. - 1. Tilia L. - Malvaceae. - 1. Malva L. - 2. Althaea L. - 3. Hibiscus L. - Guttiferae. - 1. Hypericum L. - Frankeniaceae. - 1. Frankenia L. - Tamaricadeae. - 1. Reamuria L. (Hololachne Ehrenb.). - 2. Tamarix L. - 3. Myricaria Desv. - Cistaceae. - 1. Helianthemum Mill. - Violaceae. - 1. Viola L. - Thymelaeacaae. - 1. Diarthron Turcz. - 2. Stellera L. - 3. Wikstroemia Endl. - Elaeagnaceae. - 1. Elaeagnus L. - 2. Hippophaë L. - Lythraceae. - Lythrum L. - Trapaceae. - 1. Trapa L. - Onagraceae. - 1. Epilobium L. - Haloragaceae. - 1. Myriophyllum L. - Hippuridaceae. - Hippuris L. - Cynomoriaceae. - 1. Cynomorium L. - Umbelliferae. - 1. Daucus L. - 2. Foeniculum Mill. - 3. Bupleurum L. - 4. Sium L. - 5. Aegopodium L. - 6. Sphallerocarpus Bess. ex. DC. - 7. Heracleum L. - 8. Ferula L. - 9. Seseli L. - 10. Schumannia Kuntze. - 11. Libanotis Hill. - 12. Saposhnikovia Schisck. - 13. Cicuta L. - 14. Oenanthe L. - 15. Cenolophium Koch. - 16. Carum L. - 17. Cnidium Cuss. - 18. Soranthus Ledeb. - 19. Archangelica N. M. Wolf. - Addenda Diagnoses Taxorum Novarum. , Titel und Text in chines. Schr. , Nomenclature also in Latin.
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    Call number: AWI Bio-18-91560-1
    In: Flora in desertis Reipublicae Populorum Sinarum, Tomus 1
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: IV, 546 S , Ill., Kt
    Language: Chinese , Latin
    Note: Contents: GYMNOSPERMAE. - Pinaceae. - 1. Pinus L. - 2. Picea Dietr. - Cupressaceae. - 1. Platycladus Spach. - 2. Sabina Mill. - 3. Juniperus L. - Ephedraceae. - 1. Ephedra L. - ANGIOSPERMAE / MONOCOTYLEDONEAE. - Typhaceae. - 1. Typha L. - Sparganiaceae. - Sparganium L. - Potamogetonaceae. - 1. Potamogeton L. - 2. Zannichellia L. - Juncaginaceae (Scheuchzeriaceae). - 1. Triglochin L. - Alismataceae. - 1. Alisma L. - 2. Sagittaria L. - Butomaceae. - 1. Butomus L. - Gramineae. - I. Festuceae. - 1. Enneapogon Desv. ex Beauv. (Pappophorum Schreb.). - 2. Phragmites Trin. - 3. Cleistogenes Keng (Keniga Pack.). - 4. Diarrhena Beauv. - 5. Catabrosa Beauv. - 6. Eragrostis Beauv. - 7. Aeluropus Trin. - 8. Bromus L. - 9. Melica L. - 10. Poa L. - 11. Festuca L. - 12. Schismus Beauv. - 13. Puccinellia Parl. - II. Hordeeae. - 14. Psathyrostchys Nevski. - 15. Hordeum. - 16. Clinelymus Nevski (Elymus L.). - 17. Leymus Hoch. (Aneurolepidium Nevski). - 18. Lolium L. - 19. Roegneria C. Koch. - 20. Elytrigia Desv. - 21. Agropyron Gaertn. - 22. Eremopyrum Jaub. et Spach. - III. Chlorideae Kunth. - 23. Beckmannia Host. - 24. Chloris Swartz. - 25. Cynodon Rich. - IV. Avenae. - 26. Koeleria Pers. - 27. Avena L. - V. Agrostideae. - 28. Crypsis Ait. - 29. Alopecurus L. - 30. Polypogon Desf. - 31. Calamagrostis Adans. (Incl. Deyexia). - 32. Agrostis L. - 33. Psammochloa Hitchc. - 34. Timouria Roshev. - 35. Stephanachne Keng (Pappogrostis Roshev). - 36. Aristida L. - 37. Stipa L. - 38. Achnatherum Beauv. - 39. Ptilagrostis Griseb. - VI. Phalarideae. - 40. Hierochloë R. Br. - VII. Oryzeae. - 41. Zizania L. - VIII. Paniceae. - 42. Setaria Beauv. - 43. Pennisetum Rich. - 44. Digitaria Scop. - 45. Echinochloa Beauv. - IX. Arundinelleae. - 46. Arundinella Raddi. - X. Zoysieae. - 47. Tragus Hall. - XI. Andropogoneae. - 48. Miscanthus Anderss. - 49. Imperata Cyrillo. - 50. Spodiopogon Trin. - 51. Erianthus Michx. - 52. Hemarthria B. Br. - 53. Arthraxon Brauv. - 54. Bothriochloa O. Kuntze. - Cyperaceae. - 1. Bolboschoenus Palla. - 2. Scirpus L. - 3. Blysmus Panz. - 4. Eriophorum L. - 5. Heleocharis R. Br. - 6. Fimbristylis Vahl. - 7. Cyperus L. - 8. Juncellus (Griseb.) C. B. Clarke. - 9. Pycreus Beauv. - 10. Carex L. - 11. Kobresia Willd. - Araceae. - 1. Acorus L. - 2. Calla L. - 3. Arisaema Mart. - Lemnaceae. - 1. Lemna L. - 2. Spirodela Schleid. - Commelinaceae. - 1. Commelina L. - Pontederiaceae. - 1. Monochoria C. Presl. - Junaceae. - 1. Juncus L. - Liliaceae. - 1. Asparagus L. - 2. Allium L. - 3. Veratrum L. - 4. Lilium L. - 5. Gagea Salisb. - 6. Fritillaria L. - 7. Tulipa L. 8. Scilla L. - 9. Anemarrhena Bge. - 10. Eremurus M B. - 11. Hemerocallis L. - 12. Convallaria L. - 13. Disporum L. Salisb. ex D. Don. - 14. Polygonatum Mill. - Amaryillidaceae. - 1. Ixiolirion Fisch. - Iridaceae. - 1. Belamcanda Adams. - 2. Iris L. - Orchidaceae. - 1. Cypripedium L. - 2. Spiranthes Rich. - 3. Epipactis Zinn. - 4. Habenaria Willd. - 5. Coeloglossum C. Hartm. - 6. Orchis L. - DICTYLEDONAE. - Salicaceae. - 1. Populus L. - 2. Salix L. - Juglandaceae. - 1. Juglans L. - Ulmaceae. - 1. Ulmus L. - 2. Celtis L. - Moraceae. - 1. Ficus L. - 2. Morus L. - 3. Humulus L. - 4. Cannabis L. - Santalaceae. - 1. Thesium L. - Polygonaceae. - 1. Atraphaxis L. - 2. Calligonum L. - 3. Rumex L. - 4. Rheum L. - 5. Polygonum L. - Chenopodiaceae. - 1. Halocnemum M. B. - 2. Halostachys C. A. Mey. - 3. Anabasis L. - 4. Haloxylon Bge. - 5. Arthrophytum Schrenk. - 6. Ceratoides (Tourn.) Gagnebin; (Eurotia Adans.). - 7. Aellenia Ulbr. - 8. Salsola L. - 9. Kochia Roth. - 10. Camphorosma L. - 11. Sympegma Bge. - 12. Iljinia Korov. - 13. Kalidium Moq. - 14. Atriplex L. - 15. Nanophyton Less. - 16. Suaeda Forsk. ex Scop. - 17. Agriophyllum M. B. - 18. Corispermum L. - 19. Ceratocarpus L. - 20. Axyris L. - 21. Panderia Fisch. et Mey. - 22. Bassia All. (Echinopsilon Moq.). - 23. Londesia Fisch. et Mey. - 24. Kirilowia Bge. - 25. Chenopodium L. - 26. Salicornia L. - 27. Halopeplis Bge. ex Ung.-Sternb. - 28. Cornulaca Del. - 29. Halogeton C. A. Mey. - 30. Girgensohnia Bge. - 31. Haraninowia Fisch. et Mey. - 32. Borszczowia Bge. - 33. Halimocnemis C. A. Mey. - 34. Petrosimonia Bge. - Amaranthaceae. - 1. Amaranthus L. - Portulacaceae. - 1. Portulaca L. - Caryophyllaceae. - 1. Gymnocarpos Forsk. - 2. Spergularia (Pers.) J. et C. Presl. - 3. Lepyrodiclis Frenzl. - 4. Cerastium L. - 5. Stellaria L. - 6. Silene L. - 7. Melandrium Roehl. - 8. Lychnis L. - 9. Vaccaria Medic. - 10. Dianthus L. 11. Acanthophyllum C. A. Mey. - 12.Gypsophila L. - Nymphaeaceae. - 1. Nelumbo Adans. - 2. Nymphaea L. - Ceratophyllaceae. - 1. Ceratophyllum L. - Ranunculaceae. - 1. Clematis L. - 2. Adonis L. - 3. Ceratocephalus Moench. - 4. Halerpestes Greene. - 5. Ranunculus L. - 6. Batrachium (DC.) S. F. Gray. - 7. Thalictrum L. - 8. Anemone L. - 9. Pulsatilla Adans. - 10. Paeonia L. - 11. Caltha L. - 12. Leptopyrum Reichb. - 13. Aquilegia L. - 14. Delphinium L. - 15. Consolida (DC.) S. F. Gray. - Berberidaceae. - 1. Berberis L. - 2. Leontice L. - Menispermaceae. - 1. Menispermum L. - Addenda Diagnoses Taxorum Novarum. - Index. , Titel und Text in chines. Schr. , Nomenclature also in Latin.
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    Call number: MOP 2252
    Type of Medium: Monograph non-lending collection
    Pages: 848, 62 S. ; Ill.
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