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  • 1
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    [Edgecumbe, N.Z.] : A. Muller
    Call number: M 15.89146
    Description / Table of Contents: An account of the results of the 2 March 1987 earthquake in the eastern Bay of Plenty and the aftermath's effects on the people and places on the Rangitaiki Plains
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    Pages: 223 S., , Ill.
    Language: English
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    Call number: ZSP-553
    ISSN: 0025-6676
    Note: Urh. teils: Commissionen for Ledelsen af de Geologiske og Geographiske Undersøgelser i Grønland
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    Call number: K 1979.9440(33-A) / R13
    In: Carta geológica de Portugal
    Type of Medium: Map available for loan
    Pages: 1 Kt., gefaltet + Er.-H. (37 S.)
    Location: Upper compact magazine
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    London : Her Majesty's Stationary Office
    Call number: Per 343
    ISSN: 0072-6613
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  • 5
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    Oslo : Cammermeyer i komm.
    Call number: MOP Per 27
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    ISSN: 0072-1174
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    Washington, DC : US Gov. Print. Off. ; 1.1872 - 882.1971
    Call number: MOP Per 310
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    ISSN: 0041-8021
    Subsequent Title: Forts. ---〉 USA / Patent Office : [Official gazette of the United States Patent Office / Patents]
    Subsequent Title: Forts. ---〉 USA / Patent Office : [Official gazette of the United States Patent Office / Trademarks]
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    Call number: MOP Per 198
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    ISSN: 0367-2794
    Parallel Title: Beil. ---〉 Reichszentrale für Wissenschaftliche Berichterstattung 〈Berlin〉: Kurznachrichten / Reichszentrale für Wissenschaftliche Berichterstattung
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  • 8
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    Budapest
    Call number: MOP Per 378
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    ISSN: 0200-0083
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  • 9
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    Call number: Z 92.0096/15-17
    In: Chemie der Erde
    Type of Medium: Journal available for loan
    Location: Lower compact magazine
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  • 10
    Call number: MOP Einzelsignatur
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    ISSN: 1059-5600
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  • 11
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    's-Gravenhage [u.a.]
    Call number: MOP Per 155
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
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  • 12
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    Stuttgart : Borntraeger ; 1(1884) - 2(1885); 3=21(1886) - 54=72(1937); 55(1938) - 61(1944); 1(1992) -
    Call number: MOP Per 150
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    ISSN: 0369-1845 , 0941-2948
    Parallel Title: Darin aufgeg.: Österreichische Gesellschaft für Meteorologie: Zeitschrift der Österreichischen Gesellschaft für Meteorologie in Wien
    Parallel Title: Darin aufgeg. ---〉 Contributions to atmospheric physics
    Parallel Title: 1.1946/47,Okt. - 41.1991 ---〉 Zeitschrift für Meteorologie
    Parallel Title: 1.1947/48 - 44.1991 ---〉 Meteorologische Rundschau
    Parallel Title: 1930 Beil. ---〉 Deutsche Meteorologische Gesellschaft: Mitgliederverzeichnis der Deutschen Meteorologischen Gesellschaft
    Parallel Title: 1.1992 - 9.2000 ---〉 Meteorologische Zeitschrift, N. F.
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  • 13
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    Leipzig : Hirzel ; 1.1899/1900(1900) - 45.1944/45,16/18; damit Ersch. eingest.
    Call number: MOP Per 53
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Parallel Title: Darin aufgeg. ---〉 Jahrbuch der Radioaktivität und Elektronik
    Parallel Title: Sonderabdr. 35.1934 - 40.1939 ---〉 Physikalisch-Technische Reichsanstalt 〈Berlin〉: Bericht über die Tätigkeit der Physikalisch-Technischen Reichsanstalt im Jahre ...
    Parallel Title: Beih. ---〉 Reichsberichte für Physik
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  • 14
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    Hamburg [u.a.] ; 3.1875,7/8 - 72.1944
    Call number: MOP Per 264
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    ISSN: 0174-8114
    Parallel Title: Sonderdr. ---〉 Meteorologie aus dem Gebiete der See- und Küstenluftfahrt
    Parallel Title: Sonderdr. ---〉 Deutsche Seewarte 〈Hamburg〉: Bericht der Deutschen Seewarte über die Ergebnisse der magnetischen Beobachtungen in dem deutschen Küstengebiete während des Jahres ...
    Parallel Title: Beil. ---〉 Beiträge zur Küstenkunde
    Parallel Title: Beibl. ---〉 [Nachrichten für Seefahrer / Wochenausgabe / Große Ausgabe]
    Parallel Title: Index 1948/57 zugl. Reg. von Deutsche hydrographische Zeitschrift
    Former Title: Vorg. ---〉 Hydrographische Mittheilungen
    Subsequent Title: Forts. ---〉 Deutsche hydrographische Zeitschrift
    Subsequent Title: Forts. ---〉 Annalen der Meteorologie
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  • 15
    Call number: PIK N 456-16-90137
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: getr. Zählung , ill. (some col.) , 24 cm
    Language: English
    Note: Enth.: Introduction -- Pt. 2. Union of South Africa from Olifants River to Mossel Bay. With an appendix on conditions at Saldanha Bay, Cape Town and Simonstown -- Pt. 3. Union of South Africa from Mossel Bay to East London.With an appendix on conditions oat Mossel Bay and Port Elizabeth -- Pt. 4. Union of South Africa from East London to Kosi Bay.With an appendix on conditions at East London and Durban -- Pt. 5. Portuguese East Africa (Mocambique) and Mocambique Channel -- Pt. 5a. Madagascar. With an appendix on conditions at Mayotte, Diégo Suarez, Nossi Bé and Tamatave
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    Leipzig : Duncker & Humblot ; 1911(1912) - 1923/25(1926); 49.1925/29(1930) - 56.1940/41(1943); damit Ersch. eingest.
    Call number: MOP 14578
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Parallel Title: Darin ---〉: Gesellschaft für Erdkunde : Jahresbericht der Gesellschaft für Erdkunde zu Leipzig
    Former Title: Vorg. ---〉: Verein für Erdkunde : Mitteilungen des Vereins für Erdkunde zu Leipzig
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    Call number: MOP 13825
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
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    Call number: SR 91.1701(148-150)
    In: Norges geologiske undersøkelse
    Type of Medium: Series available for loan
    Location: Lower compact magazine
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    Berlin [u.a.] : Springer
    Call number: MOP Per 70/A
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Former Title: Früher u.d.T.: Preußisches Meteorologisches Institut 〈Berlin〉: Abhandlungen des Preussischen Meteorologischen Instituts
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    Oslo ; Nr. 13.1928 - 81.1940
    Call number: ZSP-597
    Parallel Title: 73=1927/36 von Norges Svalbard- og Ishavs-Undersøkelser: Report on the activities of Norges Svalbard- og Ishavs-Unders/okelser
    Former Title: Vorg. ---〉 Skrifter om Svalbard og Nordishavet
    Subsequent Title: Forts. ---〉 Norges Svalbard- og Ishavs-Undersøkelser: Skrifter / Norges Svalbard- og Ishavsundersøkelser
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    Berlin
    Call number: MOP 9294
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    ISSN: 0930-3243
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    Poeschel & Trepte
    In:  Veröffentlichung des Preußischen Geodätischen Institutes
    Publication Date: 2020-02-12
    Language: German
    Type: info:eu-repo/semantics/report
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    Publication Date: 2022-05-06
    Keywords: Area/locality; Conductivity, average; Depth, bottom/max; Depth, top/min; ELEVATION; Heat flow; LATITUDE; LONGITUDE; Method comment; Number; Number of conductivity measurements; Number of temperature data; Sample, optional label/labor no; Temperature gradient
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    Format: text/tab-separated-values, 122 data points
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    Publication Date: 2022-05-06
    Keywords: Area/locality; Conductivity, average; Depth, bottom/max; Depth, top/min; ELEVATION; Heat flow; LATITUDE; LONGITUDE; Method comment; Number; Number of conductivity measurements; Number of temperature data; Sample, optional label/labor no; Temperature gradient
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    Annalen der Hydrographie ·und Maritimen Meteorologie
    In:  EPIC3Berlin, Annalen der Hydrographie ·und Maritimen Meteorologie
    Publication Date: 2018-06-29
    Repository Name: EPIC Alfred Wegener Institut
    Type: PANGAEA Documentation , notRev
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    In:  Mededelingen van het Botanisch Museum en Herbarium van de Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht (2352-5754) vol.57 (1939) nr.1 p.446
    Publication Date: 2015-05-08
    Description: As Prof. Bremekamp has dealt with the genus Pleiocraterium from the taxonomic point of view, I intend to supplement his exposition here with some observations on the ecology of these remarkable additions to the Malaysian mountain flora. Some of these observations have been included already in a general report on the results of the Losir expedition published in Dutch. As a further illustration I am giving two photographs taken from one of the two Sumatran species in its natural habitat. Altitude. Both species were found on the highest parts of the mountains only, viz. Pl. gentianifolium just below the summit of Mt Goh Lembuh, and Pl. sumatranum between our camp at the base of the central Peak of Mt Losir at c. 3250 m. and the summit of the latter at 3460 m. These two mountains lie rather far apart: Mt Losir is the highest top of the Barisan Range proper, whereas Mt Goh Lembuh is a more isolated mountain, rising c. 50 km. NNE of Mt Losir and separated from the latter by a wide depression. The two mountains also differ geologically.
    Repository Name: National Museum of Natural History, Netherlands
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    In:  Mededelingen van het Botanisch Museum en Herbarium van de Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht (2352-5754) vol.59 (1939) nr.1 p.460
    Publication Date: 2015-05-08
    Description: La forme est le phénomène de la vie le plus important. Aussi on pourrait croire que toute étude biologique devait commencer par la forme. En effet aucune fonction n’est imaginable indépendante de la forme, tandis qu’on peut étudier la forme indépendemment de la fonction, par exemple à des objets morts. Cependant depuis Sachs le botaniste moderne est tellement possédé par les conceptions matérialistes et mécaniques, qu’il veut aussi expliquer causalement les formes organiques en oubliant que, même si toutes les formes sont matérielles, cela ne veut pas nécessairement dire que les lois physiques et chimiques qui dominent la matière sont capables d’expliquer la forme, c.à.d. l’organisation des êtres vivants. A l’aide de briques on peut bâtir des bâtiments les plus divers, mais on peut aussi bien construire ces mêmes bâtiments de bois ou de pierre naturelle: le matériel employé n’explique pas le projet de l’architecte. Ce n’est qu’en le contemplant et en le comparant à d’autres qu’on arrive à mieux le comprendre (von Veh, p. 139). La forme („type” ou „idée” dans la conception platonique) est indépendante de la matière. Elle est ce qui reste. C’est par la forme que passe le courant de la cause et de l’effet, comme l’eau passe par un endroit clair d’une rivière (Carus). La forme présente un des problèmes les plus difficiles de la biologie. Le physiologue et le morphologue (deux extrêmes psychologiques) commencent pour ainsi dire aux deux extrémités de la nature, chacun à sa manière (Troll, Meyer), l’un avec sa méthode physique et chimique, l’autre avec sa méthode comparative. Au domaine du premier appartient tout ce qui est dynamique: le métabolisme et la croissance, au domaine du second ce qui est statique: la forme. Que la feuille est la partie principale de la plante, sur cela les physiologues et les morphologues sont d’accord. Le premier la considère comme un organe qui a pour fonctions principales la CO2-assimilation et l’évaporation. Depuis Goethe le second considère tous les appendices de la tige, aussi bien les sépales que les pétales ainsi que les organes sexuels comme des feuilles métamorphosées. Même, sous l’impression de la phyllotaxie des frères Bravais, Nees d’Esenbeck croyait que „la plante n’est rien d’autre qu’une unité de feuilles reliées entre-elles par un ordre défini”. C’est pourquoi on peut aisément considérer la morphologie de la feuille comme le problème central de toute la morphologie. Il est intéressant de se rendre compte comment dans le courant des temps on a essayé d’approcher ce problème de divers côtés. Cela pourrait apporter quelque lumière sur les différentes tendances de l’étude scientifique et sur les manières de penser qui sont caractéristiques pour les différentes périodes.
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    In:  Mededelingen van het Botanisch Museum en Herbarium van de Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht (2352-5754) vol.56 (1939) nr.1 p.438
    Publication Date: 2015-05-08
    Description: Among the most remarkable finds made by Dr. van Steenis in the higher parts of the mountains of North Sumatra are a number of cushion plants. Two of these he recognized as Rubiaceae nearly related to Hedyotis verticillaris W. et A., a species occurring in similar habitats in the Nilgiri Hills, India, and in Ceylon. Hesitating, however, to express a definite opinion on their taxonomic position, he sent the material to me for further investigation. As I had occupied myself already for some time with the genus Hedyotis L. and its allies, this investigation offered me a Wellcome opportunity to test some of the principles which I had laid down for the subdivision of this group. Apart from the characters of the fruit I lay stress on the position of the inflorescence and on the form of the stipules. The name Hedyotis itself I wish to restrict to H. fruticosa L. and its nearest allies, i.e. to those species that are provided with terminal inflorescences, an ovary not distinctly produced beyond the insertion of the calyx, and fairly large drupes with apically and ventrally dehiscent pyrenes: to a group, therefore, which roughly agrees with Hedyotis section Diplophragma W. et A.
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    In:  Mededelingen van het Botanisch Museum en Herbarium van de Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht (2352-5754) vol.55 (1939) nr.1 p.1
    Publication Date: 2015-05-08
    Description: De in deze Jubileumserie van de „Mededeelingen van het Botanisch Museum en Herbarium te Utrecht” opgenomen artikelen zijn door de schrijvers ingezonden om Prof. Pulle, ter gelegenheid van zijn zilveren jubileum als hoogleeraar, hun waardeering te toonen. Een kort woord over den jubilaris moge hier als inleiding van deze bijdragen volgen. Op 10 Januari 1878, op den dag dat in verschillende plaatsen den Ioosten sterfdag van Linnaeus werd herdacht, werd August Adriaan Pulle te Arnhem geboren.
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    In:  Blumea - Biodiversity, Evolution and Biogeography of Plants (0006-5196) vol.3 (1939) nr.2 p.267
    Publication Date: 2015-03-06
    Description: This is the second contribution to a series of papers dealing with the Convolvulaceae of Malaysia (Malay Peninsula and Archipelago, Philippine Islands and New Guinea). The genera worked out here belong to the tribe Convolvuleae; they are numbered VIII—XV. Genus VII, Erycibe, belonging to the Erycibeae shall be treated afterwards in a special monograph. With regard to the geographic arrangement of the specimens mentioned, some alterations had to be introduced due to the new limitation of the residencies in the island of Java. The names and limits of these residencies are now brought into line with the data of the ”Atlas van Tropisch Nederland“ ²).
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    In:  Blumea - Biodiversity, Evolution and Biogeography of Plants (0006-5196) vol.3 (1939) nr.2 p.236
    Publication Date: 2015-03-06
    Description: In Blumea, Vol. II, 1937, pp. 239 to 277, appeared an article bearing the above title. It is a description of an excursion to the Salajar Islands, situated south of Celebes; lists of the plants found in the islands are appended. Prof. Dr C. E. B. BREMEKAMP wrote to me that in the Leiden Herbarium a small collection of plants, collected by me in the Salajar Islands, and long ago lent to the late Dr TH. VALETON, have been found. This collection contained, apart from the Rubiaceae, the special subject of Dr VALETON, some representatives of other plant families. Prof. BREMEKAMP sent me a list of names of these plants, for which I tender him my cordial thanks. Besides he communicated to me that a few plants are mentioned under wrong names in the original publication. They are: nr. 86 of Djampea is not Ophiorrhiza neglecta BL., but O. parviflora REINW. Besides the number mentioned, 1573, two other specimens of this plant were collected in the same island, nr. 1618 and nr. 1633, both at an altitude of 200 m.
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    In:  Leidse Geologische Mededelingen (0075-8639) vol.11 (1939) nr.1 p.1
    Publication Date: 2014-10-27
    Description: Serrant de près le lac de Lugano, se trouve un vieux pays volcanique, environné de montagnes calcaires escarpées, qui, malgré son peu d'étendue a une histoire géologique des plus intéressantes. Les laves et les tufs de ces volcans anciens sont d’une grande diversité et ont fourni en ces derniers temps la matière de recherches récemment couronnées par les analyses chimiques de Mlle Koomans (1937). A peu près au même temps que les étudiants en géologie de Leyde s’appliquaient à l’étude de cette région volcanique ceux de Bâle exploraient les roches sédimentaires environnantes. Grâce à ces différentes recherches conduites tant sur le terrain qu’en laboratoire, l’histoire géologique de ce complèxe nous est devenue familière. Cependant il nous manquait encore une carte et des coupes géologiques de l’ensemble de la contrée qui nous en montreraient l’enchaînement et la structure générale. L’étude qui va suivre tâche de satisfaire à ce besoin. Il va sans dire qu’au cours de cette élaboration bien des questions nouvelles se sont présentées, mais on ne peut poser des problèmes avant que soit achevée la synthèse de l’ensemble.
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    In:  Leidse Geologische Mededelingen (0075-8639) vol.11 (1939) nr.1 p.62
    Publication Date: 2014-10-27
    Description: Dr. Ph. H. Kuenen kindly entrusted me with a suite of corals collected by him on the island Flores during his cruise with the Expedition on board of H.M. „Willebrord Snellius”. The exact locality is North coast near Papang where the road Papang-Rioeng-Rawoe forkes, 550 m above sea level. Nine different species were collected. Among these is one new species, Fungophyllia millepunctata. Of one coral, a Porites, the species could not be identified with certainty, though it strongly resembles a Porites species from the Miocene Progo-beds of Java. From the other 7 corals the following data on their stratigraphical distribution are known.
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    In:  Bijdragen tot de Dierkunde (0067-8546) vol.27 (1939) nr.1 p.545
    Publication Date: 2014-11-07
    Description: Il existe, dans certaines régions du Nord Cambodge un bœuf sauvage différent du Gaur (Bos (Bibos) gaurus. H. Smith) et du Banteng (Bos (Bibos) banteng, Raffles) dont la présence a été signalée par quelques rares auteurs, en particulier par le Docteur DUFOSSÉ ¹) et plus récemment par R. VITTOZ ²). Cet animal très rare vit actuellement dans les forêts — clairières où un très petit nombre de chasseurs ont pu l’approcher. Le Docteur-Vétérinaire SAUVEL, qui est un des chasseurs les plus réputés du Nord-Cambodge, possède des trophées remarquables de cet animal. C’est grâce à lui qu’au cours d’un récent voyage en Indochine, nous avons pu voir de près ce Bovidé. M. SAUVEL a réussi, en effet, à capturer un jeune mâle de cette espèce qui est actuellement au Parc Zoologique du Bois de Vincennes et il a pu nous faire examiner un mâle qu’il venait de tuer près du village de Tchep, dans la région du Nord Cambodge.
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    In:  Bijdragen tot de Dierkunde (0067-8546) vol.27 (1939) nr.1 p.247
    Publication Date: 2014-11-07
    Description: If during one’s work one comes across certain names again and again, names of old collectors, of one’s colleagues in earlier days, who with their private museums laid the foundation of our scientific institutions, one naturally becomes keen on knowing more about them. The results of this curiosity, collected by and by in spare time and sometimes too in time stolen from other more serious occupations, are given here to the public in the hope that they may meet their interest. As to me I thought it a pleasure and certainly worth the trouble. I first collected all that I could find in a casual way and at last I hunted for them more systematically, until the time came that circumstances put an end to it. Incomplete though this list may be, I now send it to the press, hoping that it may give many facts and many sources unknown till now either to historians or to zoologists. When I prepared my biography of Albert Seba I met so many names of old collectors that roused my curiosity that at last I decided to make a list of them, trying to find out what sort of people they were and recording what is known about their collections. It was not easy to put a limit of time to the list, so that finally I included all Dutch collectors I could find up to the present day. If I have omitted some I hope I shall be forgiven, and that readers will provide me with the names of those omitted, that they may serve for a supplement.
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    In:  Mededelingen van het Botanisch Museum en Herbarium van de Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht (2352-5754) vol.70 (1939) nr.1 p.550
    Publication Date: 2015-05-08
    Description: Die Begrenzung geologischer Zeiträume hängt wesentlich von der subjektiven Einschätzung der Veränderungen des Tier- und Pflanzenreiches ab, welche meistens allmählich stattfinden. Ausserdem können fazielle Unterschiede abweichende Ansichten veranlassen. Wenn es sich als möglich erweist, in dieser Hinsicht eine Konvergenz der Meinungen zu bewirken, sei es mittels eines Kompromisses, dann ist damit für das gegenseitige Verständnis in der geologischen Wissenschaft viel gewonnen. Die Einteilung der jüngsten Erdperiode, des Quartärs, erfolgt auf Grund der Eiszeiten, welche ihren Stempel auf Sedimentation, Flora und Fauna gedrückt haben. Allgemein wird angenommen, dass mit der letzten Eiszeit das Pleistozän zu Ende ging, aber über diesen Zeitpunkt besteht keine Einstimmigkeit. Wenn man ausschliesslich die direkten Folge der Vereisung in Betracht zieht, insbesondere die Bildung der Rückzugsmoränen, dann könnte man sagen, dass der Anfang des Holozäns für ein gewisses Gebiet mit dem Augenblick zusammenfiel, als das Gebiet endgültig eisfrei wurde. Ein Massstab würde dann aber für jene Gegenden fehlen, die in der letzten Eiszeit keinen Gletscher getragen haben, indem das Holozän in verschiedenen Gebieten zu verschiedenen Zeitpunkten begonnen wäre, sogar der hohe Norden sich jetzt noch im Pleistozän befinden würde. Eine derartige Auffassung steht im Widerspruch mit dem Charakter einer geologischen Zeiteinteilung.
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    In:  Mededelingen van het Botanisch Museum en Herbarium van de Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht (2352-5754) vol.65 (1939) nr.1 p.509
    Publication Date: 2015-05-08
    Description: The Sapotaceae have of old a bad reputation among classificators because of the extreme complexity in which the single features are distributed over its genera, species and individuals. It is, in particular, extremely difficult to find satisfactory generic delimitations and consequently, the family yields a rich field both for lumpers and for splitters. Both categories, and several intermediaries, have given their opinions, as has been recently recalled by Charles Baehni in his “Mémoires sur les Sapotacées I, Système de Classification” (Candollea VII, 1938, 394—508). It is my present purpose to deliver a few annotations with regard to this valuable publication, meant, not in the first place as criticism, but as contributions towards the extensive material which is needed for a well-founded insight into the structure of this prolific natural order. In view of the often adverse opinions of earlier authors and of those investigators, like myself, who are intimately familiar with a part of the family only, without being sufficiently well acquainted with other parts, a new survey of the whole family by one man is highly desirable and we may look forward with vivid interest to Baehni’s further papers. The one quoted above is, I presume, to be considered as a preliminary study and if I am well informed the next step will be a monograph of one of the most intriguing genera. Pouteria.
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    In:  Mededelingen van het Botanisch Museum en Herbarium van de Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht (2352-5754) vol.58 (1939) nr.1 p.449
    Publication Date: 2015-05-08
    Description: As far as known at present there occur in Java 4 wild species of Gynura, viz. G. aurantiaca (B1.) DC., G. carnosula Z.M., G. densiflora Miq. and G. procumbens (Lour.) Merr. A fifth species. G. pseudochina (L.) DC., is met with as a cultivated plant only, and even as such it seems to be very rare. A sixth. G. crepidioides Bth., an African plant of recent introduction, is better placed in Crassocephalum. Only one of the wild species, G. procumbens, occurs throughout the island, from sea-level up to about 2100 m. altitude. G. aurantiaca is restricted to West- and Central-Java, where it is found between 750 and 2400 m. alt.; along watercourses, however, it occasionally descends¹ as low as 350 m.; its area of distribution, extending from Mount Gědè to Mount Wilis, slightly overlaps in its eastern part the western extremity of that of G. densiflora. — G. densiflora, though reported to have been found almost a century ago in West-Java, seems, at present at least, to be confined to the eastern half of the island. It is a true mountain plant, growing between 2000 and 2600 m. above sea-level; its area of distribution extends from Mount Lawu to Mount Idjèn. G. densifolia appears to be essentially a sea-shore species; it has been found only in the eastern half of Java along the southern coast.
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    In:  Mededelingen van het Botanisch Museum en Herbarium van de Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht (2352-5754) vol.64 (1939) nr.1 p.502
    Publication Date: 2015-05-08
    Description: Der stratigraphische Aufbau der grossen Hochmoore in den Niederlanden, besonders derjenigen in den nördlichen Teilen des Landes, zeigt im allgemeinen die bekannte Zweiteilung des Hochmoortorflagers. Der ältere Hochmoortorf ist meist stark zersetzt. Neben Resten von Sphagnum werden auch solche von anderen Pflanzen, besonders von Eriophorum, darin gefunden. Nach oben geht dieses Torflager allmählich in den sogen. Grenztorf über. Dieser Grenztorf zeichnet sich meist durch einen grossen Reichtum an Eriophorum aus, während auch viele Heidereste darin enthalten sind. Ueber diesem Grenztorf folgt mit meist scharfem Uebergang der jüngere Hochmoortorf. Dieser ist meist ein fast reiner, wenig zersetzter Sphagnumtorf, worin grobblätterige Bleichmoosarten vorherrschen. Es ist besonders der Verdienst C. A. Webers gewesen, erkannt zu haben, dass diese Schichtenfolge aus der natürlichen Entwicklung eines Hochmoores nicht zu verstehen ist und einer besonderen Erklärung bedarf. Weber suchte dafür Anschluss an die Theorie der postglazialen Klimaänderungen von Blytt und Sernander. Die wesentlichen in seiner Anschauung enthaltenen Elemente sind folgende. Der ältere Hochmoortorf ist in der warmfeuchten atlantischen Periode entstanden; seine Konstitution wäre anfänglich von der des jüngeren Hochmoortorfes nicht sehr verschieden gewesen. Dann folgte eine ca. 1000 Jahre dauerende Trockenperiode im Subboreal, worin Heide und Wollgras auf den Mooren wuchsen und den Grenztorf bildeten. Dieser Grenztorf ist ist also nach Weber eine Trockenbildung. Durch die Einwirkung der atmosphärischen Einflüsse während dieser Trockenperiode sei der ältere Hochmoortorf zersetzt worden und habe seine heutige Konstitution erhalten. Nach Ende des Subboreals wurde das Klima erneut feuchter und auch kühler, was zur Bildung des jüngeren Hochmoortorfes führte. Weber hat zeitlebens an diese Anschauung festgehalten (17, 18).
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    In:  Blumea - Biodiversity, Evolution and Biogeography of Plants (0006-5196) vol.3 (1939) nr.2 p.203
    Publication Date: 2015-03-06
    Description: The actual dates of publication of the greater part of BLUME’s Flora Javae (lit. 1) appear to be unknown among taxonomists. The title-page of the first volume is dated 1828, and we find the same year at the base of the preface. The volume containing the Orchideae (lit. 2) is dated 1858, but further dates are absent on the work. A cover for a fascicle containing the ”Planches inedites“ in the Groningen University Library is dated 1829, and there are indications that no such cover ever bore a later date. Therefore, perhaps, one often finds 1828, or 1828?, or 1829 as the year of publication of the whole first series. My investigations concerning the actual dates of publication have not yet given me all the information I wished to have, but the main points seem to be now known, and to be worth publication. In tracing literature on this subject I was considerably helped by Messrs. Dr S. BLOEMBERGEN, then in Groningen, WILLIAM T. STEARN, London, and Dr C. G. G. J. VAN STEENIS, Buitenzorg. I wish to express my best thanks to these gentlemen for the kind assistance which they gave to me.
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    In:  Blumea - Biodiversity, Evolution and Biogeography of Plants (0006-5196) vol.3 (1939) nr.2 p.255
    Publication Date: 2015-03-06
    Description: M. (sect. Dasyaulus) subquincuncialis H. J. LAM & D. A. KERPEL, nova species. — Fig. 1. Arbor mediocris. Ramuli teretes, novelli griseo-fulvo-tomentosi. Stipulae subulatae, caducae, pubescentes, 0.2 cm longae. Folia subcoriacea, obovata, basi cuneata, apice breviter obtuseque acuminata vel rotundata vel rare paulo emarginata, 5—10 X 2.5—4.5 cm, subtus minute sparse adpresse ferrugineo-tomentosa, ultimatim glabrata; petioli graciles, supra sulcati, 1.3—2 cm longi; costa media subtus praecipue folii basi prominens, nervi seeundarii graciles, utrinque 11—14, angulo 65°— 75° de costa adscendentes; nervi tertiarii pergraciles, typo § Dasyauli, i. e. prope marginem laxe reticulati, prope costam uno vel nonnullis nervis secundariis brevibus adscendentibus. Flores solitarii vel bini in foliorum axillis; pedicelli graeiles, sub calyce paulo incrassati, griseofulvo-tomentosi, per anthesin 1.4—3, in fructu 2.5—3 (—3.5) cm longi; calyx 0.6—0.7 cm altus plerumque biserialis sepalis 2 exterioribus valvata vel aperta, inferioribus 2 imbricata, baud rare tamen 5-merus quasiquincuncialis; sepala ovata extus dense ferrugineo-villosa, intus paulo adpresse tomentosa, 0.5—0.63 cm longa, 0.4—0.5 cm lata; corolla glabra, 0.3 cm exserta, 0.6—0.7 cm longa, tubo infundibuliformi 0.15 cm alto, petalis 8 (an semper?) oblongis, 0.45—0.55 X 0.1—0.15 cm, apices versus angustatis obtusis; stamina 16 (an semper?) uniserialia, glabra, filamentis 0.1 cm longis, antheris lanceolatis acutis 0.25 X 0.1 cm, basidorsifixis, extrorsis; ovarium subglobosum 0.1—0.2 cm diam., 0.1— 0-13 cm altum, cum styli basi hispido-pilosum, (6—) 7-loculatum, in stylum 0.8 cm longum subulatum, supra glabrum contractum. Fructus calyce persistente, i. s. ferrugineo-tomentosus, ovatus, apice in stylum persistentem 0.8—1.2 cm longum subabrupte contractus, 2—2.5 cm longus, circ. 1.3 cm diam.; semen (unum tantum vidimus) testa brunnea nitida, 1.2 X 0.5 cm, cicatrice longa angustaque; embryo ignotum.
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    In:  Blumea - Biodiversity, Evolution and Biogeography of Plants (0006-5196) vol.3 (1939) nr.2 p.263
    Publication Date: 2015-03-06
    Description: Scandens, ramis teretibus, fistulosis, laevibus, glabris, ad 5 mm diam.; foliis petiolatis, petiolo 5 cm longo, glabro vel praesertim parte superiore pilis nonnullis brevissimis appressis praedito, herbaceis, late ovatis vel orbicularibus, apice abrupte acuminatis vel cuspidatis, acumine acuto mucronulato, 1.5—2 cm longo, basi leviter cordatis, 11—12 cm longis, 10—11 cm latis, glabris vel basi superne ad insertionem petioli pilis nonnullis brevissimis praeditis; nervis primariis utrinque 9—10, curvatis, subtus prominentibus, secundariis pluribus subparallelis, tertiariis subtus reticulatis supra indistinctis; inflorescentiis axillaribus 15— 20 cm longis, pedunculis teretibus, glabris vel basi pilis nonnullis brevissimis praeditis, 10—13 cm longis, apice ramosis, ramis brevissimis 3—5 mm longis, ergo floribus ad apicem pedunculi subaggregatis subumbellatis; bracteis probabiliter minutis, mox deciduis, in specimine descripto non praestantibus; pedicellis 3—3.5 cm longis, glabris, longitudinaliter striatis vel subangulosis, apice sub calyce annulo crasso undulato praeditis; sepalis aequilongis vel exterioribus paullo brevioribus, membranaceis, intus glandulis punctiformibus praeditis, ad 12 mm longis (vel exterioribus 8—9 mm longis), exterioribus obovatis, apice rotundatis vel retusis, mucronulatis, interioribus plerumque latioribus obovatis vel late obovatis, retusis, mucronulatis; corolla alba, campanulata vel infundibuliforme, circ. 3 cm longa, limbo sublobato, glabra; filamentis brevibus, 5 mm supra basin corollae insertis, 5 mm longis, basi valde dilatatis, plus minusve papillosis, antheris 2.5 mm longis, glabris; ovario conico, glabro; stylo glabro, circ. 10 mm longo, stigmatibus globosis, papillosis. FIJI ISLANDS, Vanua Levu, Mbua, southern slope of Mount Seatura, alt. 400 m, a high-climbing vine in dense forest, A. C. SMITH 1690, Apr. 27, 28, 1934, type in Herb. Leiden; dupl. in Herb. Bernice P. Bishop Museum and in Herb. New York Botanical Garden.
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    In:  Blumea - Biodiversity, Evolution and Biogeography of Plants (0006-5196) vol.3 (1939) nr.2 p.212
    Publication Date: 2015-03-06
    Description: On several occasions the author received specimens for determination under the name of Loranthaceae, which in reality appeared to be Phacellarias, usually parasitic on Loranthaceae. When trying to name these Phacellarias, he preceived how difficult it was to survey the literature of the genus. Though only eight species have been described, and the authors usually have indicated the main differences between their new species and the most closely allied previous ones, the most essential characteristics of the species, viz., the structures of the inflorescences, were never indicated, and a critical review of all the species has never been given. Therefore it appeared an attractive task to undertake such a revision, if only it were possible to examine all the type specimens. Through the kindness of the Directors and Keepers of the Kew and Edinburgh Botanic Gardens (K, E) and of the Paris Natural History Museum (P), the author was actually allowed to do this. Moreover he had the opportunity to study specimens of the Herbarium of the British Museum of Natural History in London (BM) and the Buitenzorg Botanic Gardens (B), whereas he discovered one specimen in Mr. A. F. G. KERR’s private herbarium. The author expresses his sincere thanks to all the gentlemen who made this revision possible.
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    In:  Leidse Geologische Mededelingen (0075-8639) vol.11 (1939) nr.1 p.68
    Publication Date: 2014-10-27
    Description: The observations made during the Carstensz Expedition give the following impression of the geological structure of the Nassau mountains: 1. Possibly Lower Palaeozoic, Upper Palaeozoic, Mesozoic and Tertiary (Tertiary c, d, e and f) rocks were found. 2. A granodioritic intrusion occurs with a contact zone rich in metasomatic hydrothermal ores (copper, gold). The age of this intrusion is Upper Tertiary, probably even younger than the folding of the mountains. 3. The simplest explanation of the tectonical structure is to assume that these mountains are a big overthrusted mass, moved towards the South over the continuation of the Australian continent. The upper parts (Tertiary) of this mass are folded; otherwise, only North dips were observed. 4. The foreland of this tectonical unit probably for the greater part is covered by unfolded Nassau-molasse deposits. 5. The moraines of a rather important Pleistocene glacier are present.
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    In:  Mededelingen van het Botanisch Museum en Herbarium van de Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht (2352-5754) vol.62 (1939) nr.1 p.485
    Publication Date: 2015-05-08
    Description: Die Hauptrichtungen der Pflanzensoziologie, die von der nördlichen und westlichen und der südlichen Schule vertreten werden, sind beide tatsächlich existenzberechtigt, da sich die Pflanzendecke von zwei verschiedenen Gesichtspunkten aus betrachten lässt. Voraus sei bemerkt, dass die Pflanzendecke stellenweise vorherrschende Pflanzenarten aufweist. Die Dominanz wechselt von Ort zu Ort sowohl in der Baumschicht, Strauchschicht, Feldschicht als in der Bodenschicht. Stellen mit unterschiedlichen Dominanten haben öfters stark ausgeprägte Grenzen. Diese Trennungslinien bestimmen folglich auch die Struktur der Pflanzendecke und das wechselnde Landschaftsbild. Forst-, Acker- und Weidewirtschaft sind selbstverständlich stark interessiert bei der Vorherrschaft bestimmter Pflanzen im betreffenden Gebiet. Vom Gesichtspunkte der Homogenität und der Dominanz aus zerlegt also der Pflanzensoziologe der nördlichen Schule die Pflanzendecke und unterscheidet er seine Pflanzengesellschaften. Wesentlich verschieden ist die Auffassung der schweizerischfranzösischen Schule. Braun-Blanquet (Montpellier) und seine Schüler suchen nach Pflanzenarten, welche zusammenwachsen; sie unterscheiden die Artenkombinationen von einander. Dabei sind die Pflanzenarten von besonderer Bedeutung, d.h. charakteristisch oder typisch, die in stärkerem oder geringerem Masse einer bestimmten Artenkombination oder einer Gruppe verwandter Artenkombinationen angehören, m. a. W. die in anderen Artenkombinationen nicht oder nur ausnahmsweise Vorkommen. Es macht bei dieser Unterscheidungsweise wenig aus, ob die Charakterarten durch zahlreiche oder wenige Individuen vertreten sind; die Abundanz ist nebensächlich.
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    In:  Mededelingen van het Botanisch Museum en Herbarium van de Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht (2352-5754) vol.69 (1939) nr.1 p.543
    Publication Date: 2015-05-08
    Description: When, during my stay in Suriname in 1933, I planned to visit the Voltzberg, Prof. Stahel, the Director of the Agriculture Experiment Station, told me that he had discovered there, in one of the fissures in the granitic dome, which forms the top of this low mountain, an unusual kind of cassave. As I had for the “Flora of Suriname” been working on the Euphorbiaceae, I was of course much interested in this plant, especially while Prof. Stahel suggested that it would be possible to cultivate it in the Agricultural Garden at Paramaribo from cuttings. When I arrived at the Voltzberg, the plant was easily found growing in a fissure between the granite plates along one of the ravines just below the dome-shaped top. The plant possessed rather long (2—3 m) stems, more or less decumbent or creeping along the fissure, and from these stems rose side-branches which bore the leaves and flowers (see tab. IX). The roots were but very little thickened. Some of these stems I have taken with me. On the return voyage to Paramaribo they were sheltered as much as possible against sun and rain. The side-branches were pressed for the Herbarium.
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    In:  Mededelingen van het Botanisch Museum en Herbarium van de Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht (2352-5754) vol.68 (1939) nr.1 p.538
    Publication Date: 2015-05-08
    Description: More than 70 years have elapsed, since, in 1866, de Bary enunciated the hypothesis that Lichens are dual organisms, the socalled gonidia being Algae. As about 1899, the year when Nylander died, the dual nature of the Lichens had become generally accepted, lichenologists have had 40 years to realize the consequences of this theory. Nevertheless even now opinions differ widely. While practically all botanists admit that a Lichen is composed of a Fungus and an Alga, most lichen-taxonomists apply, perhaps for a good deal unintentionally, the species-name to the consortium, while others emphasize the necessity of restricting the specific and generic names to the Fungus. Reinke, Wainio, Zahlbruckner and Keissler may be regarded as adherents of the first procedure; Sernander, Fink, Clements and Nannfeldt of the second. While the attitude of Zahlbruckner c.s. is perhaps largely due to practical considerations, Asahina recently advocates this conception as a logical consequence of the dual nature of Lichens: “Aus der dualistischen Natur der Flechten muss man aber eine Flechten-Art A (Pilz) + B (Alge) als verschieden von der A+B’ betrachten”. But, in my opinion, the very fact of the dual nature of Lichens leads to the conclusion that a Lichen is no more a species than a plum pocket is one. In general, as stated above, it seems to me that the acknowledgement of the consortium as specific is semiconscious, and rests on practical reasons. Nannfeldt remarks that Werner, for instance, has used specific names as well for the Lichen as for the Fungous component. In many cases, it must be admitted, the procedure though arbitrary, is perfectly harmless. Lichen taxonomy is obliged to use other methods than taxonomic mycology, the vegetative thallus being often as important a feature as the fructification: and with the thallus, one naturally describes the gonidia, though for practical reasons the description remains as a rule incomplete. If the Fungus is strictly monophagous, the presence of a special gonidial partner may be regarded as a character of the Fungus. In many cases, however, especially in groups where the consortium bears a primitive character, difficulties arise. The latter regard not only the delimitation of the species, but their place in the classification as well. There are numerous instances of Fungi living either without or with gonidia, or with different kinds of gonidia. As long ago as 1866, Fries remarked that it would be unnatural to bring Peltigera aphthosa and P. malacea or Pannaria brunnea and P. hypnorum in different genera. The same holds good, for instance, for Peltigera canina and P. variolosa. Reinke argues that the species containing Cyanophyceae and those containing Chlorophyceae might have developped independently, and placed in all these cases the second species in a different genus. But if this procedure is applied, it strikes one that almost or perhaps quite identical species are divided indescriminately over both groups. It appears, for instance, that even the subdivision of Peltigera in Peltidea and Eupeltigera can not be accepted. In such derived groups as Peltigera it happens but rarely that in one species widely different gonidia are met with, and the presence of Algae belonging to the same genus can only be demonstrated by cultivating them. In this connection the forms of Parmelia caperata (Jaag) and of Xanthoria parietina (Waren) must be mentioned. Asahina has suggested that chemical differences in morphologically identical Lichens might be due to physiological differences in the gonidia, but, as Thomas has demonstrated now that parietin, one of the substances which have always been considered as specific for definite consortia, is produced in pure cultures by the Fungi Caloplaca murorum and C. elegans, this hypothesis seems rather doubtful.
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    In:  Mededelingen van het Botanisch Museum en Herbarium van de Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht (2352-5754) vol.67 (1939) nr.1 p.535
    Publication Date: 2015-05-08
    Description: Piptochaetium was described in the year 1830 by Presl as a monotypic genus; the only species was named and figured by him as Piptochaetium setifolium, an inhabitant of Peru. The genus has usually been included as a section in the genus Oryzopsis of Michaux, and various species were also published under the genus Stipa. In my monograph of the genus Aristida I had the opportunity to study the whole tribe of the Stipeae, and reasons are given there why Piptochaetium should be accepted-as a quite distinct genus. From the very good description given by Presl and from the accompanying plate, the genus is easily recognizable. In my monograph a key to the genera of the tribe of the Stipeae has been given. The genus Piptochaetium is limited to the new world. In North America and Mexico one species only is known, the Piptochaetium fimbriatum (H. B. K.) Hitchc. Since Presl’s time a great many other species of this genus were recognized, especially by Philippi from Chile. These were but shortly described by Philippi and a better knowledge of them is obtainable only after the study of Philippi’s type specimens. In the southern part of South America we find a group of Piptochaetium which is better known, because the types of the species of this group are better obtainable and have been sufficiently studied. A treatment of these species of Piptochaetium was given by Spegazzini in the year 1901 in his work on the “ Stipeae platenses ”. In this work Spegazzini recognizes Stipa and Oryzopsis only, the latter being differentiated by its “palea coriacea, longitrorsum 2-nervosocarinata, inter carinas sulcata”. This is the excellent generic character which was also exactly formulated by Presl when he described his genus Piptochaetium. In contradistinction to the latter the genus Oryzopsis has a quite different form of fruit, the lemma is never asymmetrical and the awn therefore not eccentrically attached; there are moreover important differences in epiblast and endosperm. None of the species of Oryzopsis described or mentioned by Spegazzini belong to that genus. They all belong to the genus Piptochaetium and of this genus there are now in southern South America about 15 species known; 13 of them were dealt with by Spegazzini who divided them into 3 groups, to which he gave the names Piptochaetium (Presl), Piptatherum (P. B.) and Urachne (Trin.). These groups cannot be accepted, as the characters of the anthopodium which are given by Spegazzini to distinguish them, are by no means suitable, and moreover do not apply to the three genera as proposed by Presl, Trinius and Beauvois. There is but one species (Piptochaetium lasianthum Griseb.) where the lemma is hairy over its whole surface, with long hairs on the callus too. All the other species have lemmas which are perfectly destitute of hairs, although the true callus may be either hairy or glabrous. If we exclude the group with a long and sharp callus, we have a very homogeneous group of species with very characteristic lemmas and very obtuse callus. These lemmata are coriaceous, smooth, ribbed or tuberculate and together with the hairy or naked callus form good specific characters. A quite smooth lemma is found in Piptochaetium lejocarpum (Speg.) Hackel only, a quite naked callus and a striate lemma we find in the Piptochaetium lejopodum (Speg.) Henr. nov. comb. (= Oryzopsis lejopoda Speg.), whereas all the other members in southern South America have striate or partly tuberculate lemmata with a bearded callus. I must remark here that this bearded callus has a ring of hairs, arising from the callus, so that if we cut away the callus the lemma is perfectly glabrous. The ring of callushairs is in all the species hitherto known rather short, scarcely reaching half the length of the lemma, sothat the upper part of the lemma is always quite visible.
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    In:  Blumea - Biodiversity, Evolution and Biogeography of Plants (0006-5196) vol.3 (1939) nr.2 p.372
    Publication Date: 2015-03-06
    Description: Our knowledge of the Charophyta of Madagascar is mainly based on the rich and well-prepared collection made by Mr TH. B. BLOW, who visited the eastern central part of the island in the early months of 1924 ¹). The 384 dried specimens and a considerable number of portions of the plants preserved in formalin were determined by the well-known authority on the Charophyta, the late JAMES GROVES, who published the results of his work in the Journal of the Linnean Society (Botany), vol. XLVIII, 1928. This paper contains the descriptions of 5 new species and 3 new varieties of Nitella. Before this basic paper on the Charophyta of Madagascar was published, only very few publications appeared. As far as I know the first Madagascarian species to be recognized was ”Chara ceylonica WILLD.“, described by BOJER in the ”Hortus Mauritianus“ (1837, p. 427). The specimen was not seen by BRAUN, but he placed it in his large species C. gymnopus as subspecies C. Commersonii (1868, p. 872). BRAUN also states in the same work (l.c., p. 785) that he saw another specimen from Madagascar collected by GOUDOT, but did not mention it elsewhere in ”Die Characeen Afrika’s“, nor has he cited the two specimens in his ”Fragmente zu einer Monographic der Characeen“ (1882). Though the latter work forms the starting point for the study of the Charophyta of almost every country all over the world, the name Madagascar is not to be found in it.
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    In:  Leidse Geologische Mededelingen (0075-8639) vol.11 (1939) nr.1 p.267
    Publication Date: 2014-10-27
    Description: In de zomermaanden van de jaren 1936 en 1937 bewerkten wij het gebied van het Val di Scalve en het Val Nembo met als oostgrens de gebergtekam S. Fermo—Ezendola en als westgrens de Presolana—Ferrante-kam. In 1936 werkten W. A. Visser en H. C. A. Swolfs westelijk van ons gebied. De resultaten hiervan zijn reeds gepubliceerd. In 1937 werkte in het Noorden G. Zijlstra en in het Zuid-oosten L. Dorsman. In het Noordwesten grenst dit gebied aan het reeds door J. Weeda bewerkte Boven-Serio-dal en het is op zijn verzoek, dat wij ons onderzoek uitstrekten tot meer W. van Nona.
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    In:  Mededelingen van het Botanisch Museum en Herbarium van de Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht (2352-5754) vol.63 (1939) nr.1 p.494
    Publication Date: 2015-05-08
    Description: The earliest account of the Netherlands’ Algae appeared in 1781 in D. de Gorter, Flora VII Prov. Belgii foederati indigen. Here, however, in the Algae lichens and liverworts have been incorporated. The true Algae, of which 35 are enumerated, are principally marine, though also aërophytical and freshwater Algae are among them. Some fifty years later F. A. W. Miquel gave a revision of the Netherlands’ Algae, with keys and descriptions in Latin and Dutch, in van Hall, Flora Belgii septentrionalis. We find them in two tribes: 1. Algae Chloricae, to which belong the bluegreens, the diatoms, the green Algae, the Charophytes; and 2. Algae Chromicae, to which belong the brown and the red Algae. At that time about too species from this country were known, which had been collected in Friesland, Groningen, Texel, Ameland, N. and S. Holland, Utrecht, Veluwe and along the coast of the Northsea (often drifted ashore). Of most of the Algae Dutch names are given. The first investigator, who occupied himself thoroughly with the indigenous Algae was R. B. van den Bosch, medicinae doctor. In 1853 he gave a general survey of all the indigenous Algae then known, freshwater as well as marine, in the Prodromus Florae Batavae. The list contains about 500 species. It stands to reason that the nomenclature is quite antiquated, the classification being based on Kützing’s Species Algarum. Instead of with Cyanophyceae, Chlorophyceae, etc., we have to count with Heterocarpeae and Isocarpeae. The first tribe including the marine red Algae, and the second all the others. The subordo Cryptospermeae for instance contains the families Mesogloeaceae, Batrachospermeae, Chaetophoreae, Lemanieae, a combination which strikes us now as illogical and chaotic. Van den Bosch had his identifications verified by Fr. T. Kützing, “the law-maker of algology”, as he called him, who was one of the most prominent algologists of that time. Many species of Kützing have been based on specimens from Holland, sent by van den Bosch. The materials for the enumeration had been brought together by the members of the “Nederlandsche Botanische Vereeniging”. Special mention deserve H. J. Molkenboer and C. A. J. A. Oudemans, who collected in the neighbourhood of Leyden, but most of all van den Bosch himself, who made an inventory of the Zeeland Algae. Fossil diatoms are added to the enumeration. Among these are a number of new species described by P. Harting. In 1854 W. F. R. Suringar, then 22 years old, gave a critical review of the algological knowledge of that time in general, and more specially of that of the Netherlands. The manuscript had been awarded the gold metal in the competition held by the Philosophical Faculty of the Leyden University. It is preserved now in the Rijksherbarium. Suringar’s classification in some minor respects deviates from Kützing’s. Suringar is aware of the fact that many “species" of Algae might be nothing but states of development of other species. However, he emphasizes that as algology was still in its infancy the first necessity was to obtain a knowledge of the forms, as they are found in Nature, and of their natural relations. The last part of the manuscript gives a survey of about 150 algae collected by the author in spring and summer of 1854, 50 of which were new to the Netherlands. The collections, presented afterwards to the Nederlandsche Botanische Vereeniging, were made in Wassenaar, Leyden, Friesland and along the West coast of the Zuiderzee. This algological study served as a basis for Suringar’s thesis in 1857, in which he created a number of new forms and one new species: a Cyanophycea, which afterwards proved to be a synonym. Additions to this work appeared in the coming years, adding a number of new indigenous algae, freshwater as well as marine. A collection of marine algae, for instance, was made by him with the aid of his students in Den Helder. In 1874 a short communication by Suringar announced the discovery of a new parasitic alga, preliminary called Drepanothrix cingens.
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    In:  Mededelingen van het Botanisch Museum en Herbarium van de Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht (2352-5754) vol.53 (1939) nr.1 p.1
    Publication Date: 2015-05-08
    Description: In Rep. spec. nov. regni veget. XLIV (1938) p. 33 K. Suessenguth censures my commentary on Abolboda (cf. Rec. trav. bot. néerl. XXXIV, p. 492). As I can not admit the correctness of the criticism a short reply may be permitted. On p. 492 of my paper arguments have been given tending to prove first that Xyris americana Aubl. does not belong to Xyris but to Abolboda, and secondly that it is conspecific with Abolboda Poeppigii Kunth. Now Suessenguth writes:: „Lanjouw nimmt in Gegensatz zu Suessenguth und Beyerle sowie den früheren Autoren an, das Xyris americana Aubl. dasselbe sei, wie Abolboda Poeppigii Kunth.” This suggests that I am the only botanist by whom Aublet’s species has been put in the genus Abolboda and who has advocated its identity with Abolboda Poeppigii Kunth. Malme, who has spent a great deal of his life on the Xyridaceae, however, was already convinced that it belongs to the genus Abolboda, and that the species is identical with Abolboda Poeppigii Kunth had been suggested by Heimerl. This has been pointed out in my paper and I can not understand, therefore, why Suessenguth writes „in Gegensatz zu den früheren Autoren”.
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    In:  Mededelingen van het Botanisch Museum en Herbarium van de Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht (2352-5754) vol.52 (1939) nr.1 p.1
    Publication Date: 2015-05-08
    Description: The present paper has been written in connection with the account of the Papilionaceae for Pulle’s Flora of Suriname. The investigations were chiefly carried on in the herbarium of Utrecht; I also spent some time in the herbaria of Kew, Leiden and Paris and of the British Museum of Natural History in London. I wish to tender my best thanks to the directors and staffs of these institutions for their hospitality and assistance and also to the „Miquelfonds” which enabled me to go to London and Paris. Further I am indebted to the directors of the herbaria of Berlin-Dahlem, Brussel, Geneva and Leiden for lending specimens. Miss A. Kleinhoonte, who first was to write the account of the Papilionaceae and had already determinated a large part of the material, could, owing to lack of time, not finish the work. Some new species and critical remarks were published by her in Rec. Trav. bot. neerl. XXV and XXX. On the suggestion of Prof. A. A. Pulle I have taken over her work. I wish to thank here Prof. Pulle for his advice and interest.
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    In:  Mededelingen van het Botanisch Museum en Herbarium van de Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht (2352-5754) vol.54 (1939) nr.1 p.367
    Publication Date: 2015-05-08
    Description: The genus Mussaendopsis was created by Baillon in 1879 for a tree found by Beccari in Sarawak, Borneo. As it appeared afterwards, the same species occurs also in the Malay Peninsula, on the islands between the latter and Borneo, and in Sumatra. On specimens collected in the Malay Peninsula, in 1884 the genus Creaghia Scort. was founded. The descriptions of the two genera are very similar, and as Mussaendopsis Baill. is not mentioned by Scortechini, we may safely assume that Baillon’s publication was unknown to him. The identity of the two genera was disclosed by K. Schumann in his monograph of the family in Engler & Prantl. Subsequently the plant was dealt with by Stapf, King and Gamble, Ridley and Lemée. None of the descriptions, however, is entirely satisfactory, and this applies also to the figure given by Stapf in Hooker’s Icones Plantarum: exactly as in the original description the stamens spring here from the top of the ovary instead of from the corolla tube, a mistake which had been rectified already bij K. Schumann. The most noteworthy deficiency in the various descriptions regards the position of the stipules. By Baillon they were described as interpetiolar; the other authors are silent on this point. Baillon, however, was mistaken: they are intrapetiolar. This is very remarkable, for stipules of this kind are extremely rare. When I found them some years ago in the genus Didymoecium, I went through all the generic descriptions given by Bentham and Hooker and by K. Schumann, and discovered that their presence had been announced already in several other genera. A reinvestigation, however, led to an entirely different result: of all these genera Capirona proved to be the only one in which they really occur. Mussaendopsis, therefore, is the third genus in which this kind of stipules has been observed.
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    In:  Mededelingen van het Botanisch Museum en Herbarium van de Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht (2352-5754) vol.60 (1939) nr.1 p.473
    Publication Date: 2015-05-08
    Description: En 1894, H. Baillon (Bull. Mens, de la Soc. Linn. de Paris II, p. 1149) décrit une nouvelle plante de Madagascar, Geosiris aphylla, qui d’après sa couleur et son aspect général faisait penser à la famille des Burmanniacées. Mais, comme il remarquait, non seulement que les 3 anthères ne se conformaient pas à celles des Burmanniacées dans leur forme, les anthères sont superposées aux sépales et non aux pétales ainsi qu’en est le cas chez les Burmanniacées qui possèdent 3 étamines. Selon la forme et selon la place des étamines Baillon pensait alors avoir à faire avec une représentante de la famille des Iridacées dépourvue de chlorophylle. La construction des fleurs et surtout celle du gynécée se rapprochent le plus fortement au groupe d’ Aristea et ses affinités bien qu’on trouve ici toujours moins d’ovules. En 1895, Baillon traitait dans le tome 13me de l’ „Histoire des Plantes” les Iridacées. Il classifiait le genre Geosiris à la série des Irideae, des herbes rarement ligneuses aux rhizomes ou aux tubercules, caractérisée par la régulièrité de ses fleurs et la forme différente des pétales et des sépales, des étamines libres ou monadelphes, placées régulièrement autour du centre; et à la sous-série Aristeae, ayant des fleurs solitaires ou en grappes de cymes et les rameaux stylaires simples, courts ou étroits, ordinairement non dilatés au sommet.
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    In:  Mededelingen van het Botanisch Museum en Herbarium van de Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht (2352-5754) vol.66 (1939) nr.1 p.526
    Publication Date: 2015-11-17
    Description: Some time ago I described in Blumea (5) a plant collection in book-form, collected by Hermann in Ceylon. This collection consists of two large volumes, each containing a number of dried specimens. Besides these two volumes, the Rijksherbarium is in the possession of a third one of the same size and with a similar binding, bearing on its back the title in golden characters on a darker ground: Herb: Viv: Promont. Bonae Spei Vol: I. When I saw the specimens of this volume for the first time, it struck me that they did not show the peculiar type of plants from the Cape region. A somewhat closer examination lead me to the supposition, that I had to do with plants from South America. I was strengthened in that opinion by the fact that many of the vernacular names added to the specimens doubtless bespoke a Surinam origin. Very striking in this respect are the names barcklock, marmadas, rucu, bolotre, cajous, etc. From a comparison with the Ceylon herbarium it became evident that the handwriting of the Surinam collection is exactly identical with that of the Ceylon collection. In my paper on the Ceylon herbarium I have extensively expounded my view, that this collection should be considered as being made by Hermann, and that the handwriting is the same as that in Hermann’s herbarium in the British Museum of Natural History at London.
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    In:  Mededelingen van het Botanisch Museum en Herbarium van de Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht (2352-5754) vol.61 (1939) nr.1 p.480
    Publication Date: 2015-05-08
    Description: Obgleich es schon mehr als hundert Jahre her ist, dass zum ersten Mal nachgewiesen wurde, dass in der Steinkohle noch erkennbare Pflanzenfragmente anwesend sind, hat doch diese Tatsache bei den Botanikern nur wenig Beobachtung gefunden vom anatomischen oder floristischen Standpunkt, weil im allgemeinen angenommen wurde und wird, dass diese Pflanzenreste so fragmentarisch sind, dass für einen Botaniker nichts damit anzufangen ist. Diese Auffassung ist jedoch nicht richtig. Neben den allbekannten Pflanzenabdrücken und den Strukturzeigenden Versteinerungen verdient die Steinkohle selber ganz bestimmt auch das Interesse der Botaniker. Bei der Untersuchung der Kohle gibt es zwei Hauptrichtungen, welche nebeneinander stehen, eine, welche die Kohle als ein Gestein betrachtet und dieses Gestein untersucht, eine zweite, welche durch Mazeration die Kohlenelemente isoliert und diese als Ausgangsmaterial der Untersuchung betrachtet.
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    In:  Leidse Geologische Mededelingen (0075-8639) vol.11 (1939) nr.1 p.132
    Publication Date: 2014-10-27
    Description: Als palacontoloog bij den Dienst van den Mijnbouw in Nederlandsen Oost-Indië verkreeg ik toestemming om in de maanden Augustus tot October 1928 op eigen gelegenheid een reis te maken naar de Togian eilanden in de Golf van Tomini, Noord-Celebes. Het Hoofd van het Departement van Marine te Batavia had mij de dankbaar aanvaarde gelegenheid opengesteld op 31 Augustus 1928 te Menado aan boord te gaan van het hydrographische opname-vaartuig der Gouvernementsmarine „Eridanus”, dat met H.M. „van Doorn” de herziening van de zeekaart der golf van Tomini ging beëindigen. De „Eridanus” stond onder commando van den luitenant ter zee 1e klasse, thans kapitein ter zee H. Spits. Ik zal nimmer de groote gastvrijheid en de voortdurende behulpzaamheid vergeten, die de Heer Spits mij aan boord van de „Eridanus” betoonde. Hem allereerst wil ik hier nogmaals gaarne openlijk dank betuigen. Veel dank ben ik ook verschuldigd aan de officieren der Gouvernementsmarine aan boord van de „Eridanus”, de Heeren Tomei, de Vries, Louet Feisser, Lehmann, Verburg en Nijssen en aan den Heer S.G. Rensing, Officier van Gezondheid 2e klasse der Koninklijke Marine. Herhaaldelijk mocht ik ook hulp ontvangen van matrozen waaronder mij vooral de diensten van de Timoreezen Mattheus, Christoffel, Paulus en Kedjangan nog duidelijk in herinnering staan.
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    In:  EPIC3Polarforschung, Bremerhaven, Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research & German Society of Polar Research, 9(2), pp. 1-3, ISSN: 0032-2490
    Publication Date: 2019-07-17
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    s.l. : American Chemical Society
    Journal of the American Chemical Society 61 (1939), S. 212-213 
    ISSN: 1520-5126
    Source: ACS Legacy Archives
    Topics: Chemistry and Pharmacology
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