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new species of Juniperus from Mexico

Marion Trufant Hall

new species of Juniperus from Mexico

by Marion Trufant Hall

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Published by Field Museum of Natural History in [Chicago] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Mexico.
    • Subjects:
    • Juniperus saltillensis.,
    • Botany -- Mexico.

    • Edition Notes

      Caption title.

      Statement[by] Marion T. Hall.
      SeriesFieldiana: botany,, v. 34, no. 4, [Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago] Publication, 1131, Publication (Field Museum of Natural History) ;, 1131.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQK495.C975 H3
      The Physical Object
      Pagination45-53 p.
      Number of Pages53
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4769783M
      LC Control Number78158360

      CHAPTER 1. Introduction. Juniperus is one of most diverse genera of the rus species are found from sea level (several, J. virginiana var. silicicola, J. taxifolia var. lutchuensis, J. procumbens) to above timberline (J. zanonii).Although limestone is the preferred substrate for many Juniperus species, other taxa grow on sand dunes, granite, and sandstone and range from deserts. Juniperus is the only dioecious (sometimes monoecious) genus of Cupressaceae in the flora. Cones, generally terminal, are axillary in J. communis. Numerous cultivars of Juniperus species are widely used for landscaping. Mutants, or "sports," affecting plant habit and foliage are present in all species and are likely related to single-gene.

      Sharon M. Gwaltney-Brant DVM, PhD, DABVT, DABT, in Small Animal Toxicology (Third Edition), Mechanism of Toxicity. The seed cones from some species of Juniperus have been used as food by wildlife and humans, and seed cones and foliage from other Juniperus species have been used medicinally for their diuretic and uterine stimulant effects. 1 Juniper berries contain approximately . New Mexico Range Plants. Circular Revised by Christopher D. Allison and Nick Ashcroft College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences, New Mexico State University. Authors: Respectively, Range Management Specialist and Department Head; and Range Management Specialist, both of the Department of Extension Animal Sciences and Natural Resources, New Mexico State .

      Juniperus L. (Cupressaceae). A genus of about sixty species of trees and shrubs; temperate, boreal, and subtropical regions of the Northern Hemisphere. Various species of Juniperus, especially creeping species, are frequently used in landscaping.. Two species occur . Statistics. The Plant List includes scientific plant names of species rank for the genus these 71 are accepted species names. The Plant List includes a further scientific plant names of infraspecific rank for the genus do not intend The Plant List to be complete for names of infraspecific rank. These are primarily included because names of species rank are.


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New species of Juniperus from Mexico by Marion Trufant Hall Download PDF EPUB FB2

New species of Juniperus from Mexico. [Chicago] Field Museum of Natural History, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Marion Trufant Hall.

book: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Hall, Marion Trufant. New species of Juniperus from Mexico. [Chicago] Field Museum of Natural History, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Marion Trufant Hall.

A new species of Juniperus from Mexico by Hall, Marion Trufant. Publication date Topics Botany -- Mexico, Juniperus saltillensis Publisher Chicago, Ill. Field Museum of Natural History This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library.

See also WorldCat (this item) plus-circle Add Review. : Title. A new species of Juniperus from Mexico. Related Titles. Series: Fieldiana. Botany ; v. 34, no. 4 Series: Publication (Field Museum of Natural History) ; Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): ersitylibrary (external link)Author: Marion Trufant.

Hall. JUNIPERUS COMPACTA (CUPRESSACEAE) A NEW SPECIES FROM MEXICO. A NEW SPECIES FRO M MEXICO. Robert P. Ada ms. was analyzed from each of the taxa of Juniperus in Mexico. JUNIPERUS OF THE WORLD.

Keys Synonym Species Articles Books List of Species by Sections Species Descriptions. Juniperus sect. Sabina: Scale-leaf junipers. The adult leaves are mostly scale-like, similar to those of Cupressus species, in opposite pairs or whorls of three, and the juvenile needle-like leaves are not jointed at the base (including in the few that have only needle-like leaves; see below right).

Provisionally, all the other junipers are included here, though they form a paraphyletic group. West of that and up into the Rockies, the very similar tree is Rocky Mountain juniper, Juniperus scopulorum. Southern Colorado’s juniper of the pinyon pine-juniper community which extends into New Mexico is the one-seed juniper, Juniperus monosperma.

Farther west there are additional species, see for example USDA/plants. As the neotropical tertiary geoflora expanding into the drying conditions that created the southwestern deserts, Axlerod () hypothesized that there was a rapid evolution of new species.

North-central Mexico has the largest number of Juniperus species in the western hemisphere and this is one of three centers of origin for extant Juniperus.

Also included are Species' Descriptions, Distribution Maps and Plant Photos, and chapters on Hybridization, Ecology, Cultivated Junipers, Commercial uses of leaf and wood oils of Juniperus, a Cross Indexed Synonymy of Juniperus, and Tables on the Leaf essential oils by species in sections.

This book supplements the web site   Best book or blog. Flowering: Best Book on maples. Maples: Best Juniper books to get??. Junipers: 4: A Second, Stunning eBook for iPads and iPhones - a photographic orgy of Dan's Best.

Books, magazines, and videos: Apr 8, A: Best book for a beginner: New to Bonsai: The Cypress family, Cupressaceae, contains the genus Juniperus, Juniper. The state distribution maps in the species info boxes below are from the USDA NRCS PLANTS Database at instances where state specific maps are unavailable, the US distribution map will be used in its place.

Juniperus flaccida (drooping juniper, weeping juniper or Mexican juniper; Native American names include tláscal) is a large shrub or small tree reaching 5–10 m (rarely to 15 m) tall.

It is native to central and northern Mexico (from Oaxaca northward) and the extreme southwest of Texas, United States (Brewster County).It grows at moderate altitudes ofm, on dry soils.

The Juniperus monosperma, or One-seed juniper, dots the drier habitats of New Mexico between and feet. This slow-growing, drought-hardy native species is a remarkable example of a plant adapted to flourish during long dry periods in its local environment. A Guide to the Native Species of New Mexico and Arizona INTRODUCTION The Southwest, where the low, hot, barren Mexican deserts meet the lofty, cool, forested Rocky Mountains in New Mexico and Ari- zona, has an unsuspected richness of native trees.

The deserts are not really treeless but contain here and there, scattered along the. Also included are Species' Descriptions, Distribution Maps and Plant Photos, and chapters on Hybridization, Ecology, Cultivated Junipers, Commercial uses of leaf and wood oils of Juniperus, a Cross Indexed Synonymy of Juniperus, and Tables on the Leaf essential oils by species in sections.

This book supplements the web site Reviews: 1. Adams, R. Identification of essential oil components by gas chromatography/ mass spectrometry, 4th Edition.

Allured Publ., Carol Stream, IL. Adams, R. Distribution. The shrubby tree is found in northern Mexico and areas of the Southwestern United States within central and southeastern Arizona, southwestern New Mexico, and West Texas including Big Bend National Park.

This species occurs in high desert grasslands at elevations of 1,–2, metres (3,–6, ft), in Bouteloua spp. grasslands and adjacent rocky areas.

Juniperus saltillensis is a species of conifer in the Cupressaceae family. It is found only in Mexico. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

The compounds identified from Juniperus species during the periodexcept essential oils fractions, are compiled in this report togetherwith the biological activities of the Juniperus.The Trees of Sonora, Mexico 1st Edition temperate woodlands and the northernmost tropical regions in the New World.

The majority of the trees in this semi-arid region are at their northern limits in the Americas in this state and many range to South America. most of them newly produced for this book.

The descriptive species accounts Reviews: 4.Juniperus scopulorum, the Rocky Mountain juniper, is a species of juniper native to western North America, in Canada in British Columbia and southwest Alberta, in the United States from Washington east to North Dakota, south to Arizona and also locally western Texas, and northernmost Mexico from Sonora east to grows at altitudes of –2, metres (1,–8, ft) on dry soils.