2 edition of grasses of Burma, Ceylon, India, and Pakistan, excluding Bambuseae. found in the catalog.
grasses of Burma, Ceylon, India, and Pakistan, excluding Bambuseae.
N. L. Bor
Bibliography: p. 703-725.
|Statement||Forward by George Taylor.|
|Series||International series of monographs on pure and applied biology. Division: Botany,, v. 1, International series of monographs on pure and applied biology., v. 1.|
|LC Classifications||QK495.G74 B65|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 767 p.|
|Number of Pages||767|
|LC Control Number||59006843|
British rule in Burma lasted from to , from the successive three Anglo-Burmese wars through the creation of Burma as a Province of British India to the establishment of an independently administered colony, and finally independence. The region under British control was known as British s portions of Burmese territories, including Arakan (Rakhine State) or Tenasserim were Capital: Moulmein, (–), Rangoon, (–), . The Ehrharta spp. are however, able to tolerate the extensive annual summer drought of Mediterranean climates by its Bor, NL. Grasses of Burma, Ceylon, India and Pakistan (excluding Bambuseae) i-xviii. Pergamon Press, New York. Brey, C. The Plant-Book. Cambridge University Press, New York, New York. pp. McIntyre.
Most North American botanists includeDiplachne inLeptochloa but good evidence for this treatment has never been provided. The diagnostic characters of these two closely related genera of the tribe Eragrosteae are presented and the seven species ofDiplachne and six ofLeptochloa occurring in America north of Mexico are distinguished. Three new combinations are made inDiplachne:D. sect. Cited by: 8. excluding awns. Spikelets with fertile florets and terminal, solitary, sterile floret with reduced lemma and without palea, anthers and carpel. Rachilla internodes up to 5 mm long, pubescent. Glumes unequal, less than Accepted for publication April 1 Botanical Survey of India, Northern Circle, , Kaulagarh Road, Dehradun , India.
Agronomy Weed Biology Ecology Spring Semester _____ Foxtail (Setaria) spp. BibliographySubmitted By Randy Thornhill. Boonklinkajorn, P. (). Herbage production of grasses under coconuts in southern Thailand. In seminar on Integration of Animals with Plantation Crops, Pulau Pinang, 13–15 April, Malaysian Soc. An. Prod. and Rubber Res. Inst. of Malaysia. Boonklinkajorn, P. (a). Herbage production of grasses under coconuts in southern Thailand. Rept.
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The Grasses of Burma, Ceylon, India and Pakistan (Excluding Bambuseae). Bor. Pergamon, New York, xviii + pp. Illus. $25Cited by: 1. Get this from a library. The grasses of Burma, Ceylon, India, and Pakistan, excluding Bambuseae.
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+ pp. Abstract: The last comprehensive work on this subject, the seventh volume of Sir Joseph Hooker's Flora flora Subject Category: Organism GroupsCited by: Book Reviews: The Grasses of Burma, Ceylon, India and Pakistan (Excluding Bambuseae). Get this from a library.
The grasses of Burma, Ceylon, India, and Pakistan (excluding Bambuseae). [N L Bor] -- The morphology of the grass plant. The dispersal of grass fruits and seeds.
Uses of grasses. Obnoxious grasses. Book: The grasses of Burma, Ceylon, India and Pakistan (excluding Bambuseae). + pp. ref pp. of refs. Abstract: Contains a brief general part on morphology, dispersal dispersal Subject Category: MiscellaneousCited by: Lophopogon is a genus of Indian plants in the grass family.
Species. Lophopogon kingii Hook.f. - Bihar; Lophopogon tridentatus (Roxb.) Hack. - Andhra pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu Formerly included. see Apocopis Germainia. Lophopogon intermedius - Apocopis intermedia Lophopogon tenax - Germainia tenax Lophopogon truncatiglumis - Germainia truncatiglumisFamily: Poaceae.
Description Top of page. spontaneum is a perennial grass with slender culms, cm tall, growing in stools or forming continuous cane-brakes and usually exhibiting vigorous rhizomatous tillering. Culms remain green, grey, ivory or white, hard, but very pithy and often hollow in the centre, varying in diameter from 5 to 15 mm; often rooting at the nodes, internodes usually long and.
Hemisorghum is a genus of Asian plants in the grass family. Species. Hemisorghum mekongense ex Bor - Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam; Hemisorghum venustum (Thwaites) Clayton - Sri Lanka, Tamil Nadu; References This Panicoideae article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding Family: Poaceae.
Bor () treated genera and c. species for Burma, Ceylon, India, and Pakistan; Tsvelev () described genera and species for the U.S.S.R.; Mallett and Orchard () recorded c. genera and species for the Flora of Australia;Cited by: 1.
Description Top of page. clandestinum is a low-growing perennial grass which spreads by underground rhizomes and above-ground runners. In open situations, growth is mainly by horizontal extension of the robust runners. The runners are several mm thick, and have internodes at intervals of about 5 cm, each with a single leaf sheath and blade.
Three species of grasses viz., Dimeria orissae, Iseilema holei and Spodiopogon rhizophorus are being reported for the first time as new distributional records to Andhra Pradesh from Kawal Tiger.
The Grasses of Burma, Ceylon, India and Pakistan (excluding Bambuseae), pp. Pergamon Press, London. USDA Germplasm Resources Information Network -(GRIN).
Flora of British India; later on it was Bor () who enumerated 2 species including 2 varieties from Burma, Ceylon (Sri Lanka), India and Pakistan. At present, India harbours 2 species including 3 varieties transpiring within the present political boundaries (Shukla, ).
Alloteropsis cimicina (L.) Stapf, widespread from Tropical Africa to. Grasses of Burma, Ceylon, India and Pakistan (excluding Bambuseae) Additional references For more multimedia, look at Aristideae on Wikimedia Commons.
Create a book; Download as PDF; Printable version; Tools What links here; Related changes; Upload file. Burmese Indians (Burmese: ကုလားလူမျိုး; MLCTS: Hindu lu myui:) are a group of people of Indian origin who live in Indians have lived in Burma for many centuries, most of the ancestors of the current Burmese Indian community emigrated to Burma from the start of British rule in the midth century to the separation of British Burma from British India in T.
Huxley, Scientist, Humanist and Educator. Cyril Bibby. Forewords by Sir Julian Huxley and by Aldous Huxley. Horizon Press, New York, xxii + pp. Illus. There is also a short glossary of technical terms.
BOR, N. The Grasses of Burma, Ceylon, India and Pakistan (excluding Bambuseae). Koenigstein, German. Hubbardieae. Missouri Botanical Garden. Published on the internet.
Accessed: Oct. International Plant Names Index. Hubbardieae. Published online. Accessed 3 Oct. USDA: GRIN Taxonomy for Plants (23 March ). This paper describe the herbarium dataset of the Wildlife Institute of India (WII), Dehradun, India.
Altogether specimens are housed at WII herbarium, of which are digitized and published through the GBIF network. Since the inception of Wildlife Institute of India, the experts from Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) and scientists, trainees, researcher, students and herbarium.The Fauna of British India, including Ceylon and Burma.
Published under the authority of the Secretary of State for India in Council. Edited by Dr. A. E. Shipley, assisted by G.
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