4 edition of Biology, structure, and systematics of the cycadales found in the catalog.
|Statement||Dennis Wm. Stevenson, editor.|
|Series||Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden ;, v. 57|
|Contributions||Stevenson, Dennis Wm. 1942-|
|LC Classifications||QK1 .N525 vol. 57, QK494 .N525 vol. 57|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||210 p. :|
|Number of Pages||210|
|LC Control Number||89013570|
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[Dennis Wm Stevenson; Knut Norstog; Palm & Cycad Societies of Australia.;]. Cycadales is an order of structure plants that includes all the extant plants typically have a stout and woody trunk with a crown of large, hard and stiff, evergreen usually have pinnate leaves. The individual plants are either all male or all female ().Cycads vary in size from having trunks only a few centimeters to several meters : Cycadopsida.
The Biology, structure, and systematics of the Cycadales: proceedings of CY the Second International Conference on Cycad Biology / Dennis W. Stevenson, Knut J. Norstog, editors Palm & Cycad Societies of Australia Ltd Milton, Qld Australian/Harvard Citation. CYCAD & Norstog, Knut.
In this article we will discuss about Cycas. After reading this article you will learn about: 1. Distribution of Cycas 2. General Morphology of Cycas 3. Anatomy of Vegetative Parts 4. Economic Importance.
Cycas, the largest genus among the Old World Cycads, is the most widely distributed genus of order Cycadales. Cycad Biology and Conservation, consisting of 34 papers, reports the work of delegates from 15 different countries – including 50 cycad experts from China – who convened in Shenzhen, China for The 9th International Conference on Cycad Biology (Cycad ).
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Including 21 papers discussing historical perspectives, morphology, reproductive biology and vegetative propagation, cytology, Biology and physiology, phytochemistry, ecology and ethnobotany, systematics and floristics (including a world list of cycads). Meaning of Systematics 2.
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Tang W. Heat and odour production in cycad cones and their role in insect pollination. In: Stevenson DW, Norstog KJ, eds. The biology, structure, and systematics of the Cycadales.
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Computer assisted systematics in the Cycadales. In: The Biology, Structure, and Systematics of the Cycadales - proc. Of the Second International Conference on Cycad Biology. Introduction to Evolutionary Biology.
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This book contains numerous cladograms that illustrate the evolutionary relationships of major plant groups, with an emphasis on the adaptive significance of major 1/5(1). TYPE I: CYCAS. Occurrence. Cycas has a limited distribution.
It is found in south East Asia and Australia. Cycas is also cultivated as an ornamental plant in the gardens and parks. Cycas plants live upto hundred years or more. Cycas is called a living fossil. It has several characters common with the. General structure.
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