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biosystematic survey of the Goldfield genus Lasthenia (Compositae: Helenieae).

Robert Ornduff

biosystematic survey of the Goldfield genus Lasthenia (Compositae: Helenieae).

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lasthenia.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 89-92.

    SeriesUniversity of California publications in botany -- v. 40
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 92 p.
    Number of Pages92
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13574176M

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Get this from a library. A biosystematic survey of the Goldfield genus Lasthenia (Compositae: Helenieae). [Robert Ornduff]. Lasthenia, commonly known as goldfields, is a genus of the botanical family Asteraceae.

The genus is named after Lasthenia of Mantinea, a cross-dressing female pupil of the ancient Greek philosopher williamblack.club: Asteraceae.

Lasthenia conjugens, commonly known as Contra Costa goldfields, is an endangered species of wildflower endemic to a limited range within the San Francisco Bay Area of the state of California, USA. Specifically this rare species occurs in Napa, Santa Barbara, Solano, Contra Costa, Santa Clara, Monterey and Alameda williamblack.club: Asteraceae.

Lasthenia californica subsp. macrantha (0 accessions) Autonyms (not in current use) and synonyms: (≡ homotypic synonym, = heterotypic synonym, - autonym).

Lasthenia glaberrima, L. kunthii, L. maritima, and L. microglossa are self-pollinating; the rest are self-incompatible, obligate outcrossers. Lasthenia ornduffii and two subspecies of L. californica are perennial; the rest are spring annuals.

It is not uncommon to find two Lasthenia species growing more or less sympatrically (in discrete. Lasthenia californica DC. ex Lindley is an annual, presumably obligate out crossing species and is the most widespread taxon of the 17 species in this mostly Californian genus.

A biosystematic study of this complex has shown that this species is polymorphic in its flavonoid chemistry, electrophoretic banding patterns, and morphologyat the intra- and interpopulation levels. A detailed analysis. First, the presumed original location and extent of grasslands in California will be compared with those of today’s grasslands.

Secondly, the pattern of grassland distribution will be described — patch size and relative positioning.

Third, the distribution of species (both plant and animal) within the grassland ecosystem will be williamblack.club by: Conservation of rare species with island‐like distributions: A case study of Lasthenia conjugens (Asteraceae) using population genetic structure and the distribution of rare markers.

Mar 14,  · Ornduff R () A biosystematic survey of the Goldfield genus␣Lasthenia. In: University of California Publications in Botany Google Scholar Pavlik BM, Nickrent DL, Howald AM () The recovery of an endangered williamblack.club by: A biosystematic survey of the Goldfield genus Lasthenia (Compositae: Helenieae) Clebsch, B.

A Book of Salvias: Sages for Every Garden: Withering, W. A Botanical Arrangement of all the Vegetables Naturally Growing in Great Britain with Descriptions of Genera and Species: Edwards, C.E.

Lasthenia leptalea (A. Gray) Ornduff Show All Show Tabs Salinas Valley goldfields. A biosystematic study of the African and Madagascan Rubiaceae-Anthospermae: Wien, Springer, Plant Systematics and Evolution, Supplementum 3: fig, pp - hardcover, librarymarks: € 15, Ornduff, R.

A biosystematic survey of the goldfield genus Lasthenia (Compositae: Helenieae) Berkeley, University of Clafornia Press, Lasthenia debilis (Greene ex A. Gray) Ornduff Show All Show Tabs Greene's goldfields.

Synonyms for genus lasthenia This thesaurus page is about all possible synonyms, equivalent, same meaning and similar words for the term genus lasthenia.

Princeton's WordNet ( / 0 votes) Rate this synonym: Lasthenia, genus Lasthenia (noun) small genus of. Reasons: Endemic to California, Lasthenia burkei is likely known from fewer than ten viable occurrences in Lake, Mendocino, and Sonoma Counties.

Its status is declining rapidly (it could easily be extinct by ) due to runaway urban development in its wetland habitat. We then use this model to quantify and compare the hydrological performance curves of 14 different taxa in the genus Lasthenia, an ecologically diverse clade of plants that collectively occupy a.

Geographic subdivisions for Lasthenia californica subsp. bakeri: c&s NCo (Mendocino, Sonoma cos.), CCo (Marin, San Luis Obispo cos.). MAP CONTROLS 1. You can change the display of the base map and layers by clicking on the layer control box in the upper right-hand corner.

Lasthenia are homoplastic and that the base chromosome number for Lasthenia is xp8. Keywords: Lasthenia, Compositae, ITS, ETS, trnK, phylogeny, saltational diversification.

Introduction The goldfield genus Lasthenia as treated in this study com-prises 21 species and. Lasthenia, the newsletter of the Davis Botanical society, is published in collaboration with the staff of the UC Davis Botanical Conservatory and Center for Plant Diversity.

LASTHENIA Center for Plant Diversity Plant Sciences Mail Stop #7 One Shields Avenue University of California Davis, CA UC Davis Mail i D: BTNY 8 DAViS BOTANiCAL SOCiETY. LASTHENIA, the Newsletter of the Davis Botanical Society, is published in collaboration with the staff of the UC Davis Botanical Conservatory and Center for Plant Diversity.

LASTHENIA Center for Plant Diversity Plant Sciences Mail Stop #7 One Shields Avenue University of California Davis, CA UC Davis Mail ID: BTNY 8 DAVIS BOTANICAL SOCIETY. Widely distributed throughout California and the most common in its genus, California goldfields is a small daisylike yellow annual which, while dainty and unimpressive individually, is breathtaking in masses, such as in this picture.

As you can see, it blooms with other spring blooming wildflowers like tidy tips and owl's clover. It has edible seeds and is adaptable to many. Lasthenia californica in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN), U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service.

Accessed on Oct Accessed on. Lasthenia of Mantinea and Axiothea of PhliusTwo philosophical students of Plato and Speusippus in the 4th century bce. Lasthenia was from the Arcadian city of Mantinea; Axiothea was from Phlius, near Corinth. Both women, who travelled to Athens to become students of Plato, were born into wealthy Peloponnesian families.

Source for information on Lasthenia of Mantinea and Axiothea of Phlius. Plants of Lasthenia californica, especially those in coastal populations, have the largest, showiest heads in the genus. Report of L. californica from Massachusetts was. Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center focused on protecting and preserving North America's native plants through native plant lists and image galleries, conservation, education, natural landscapes, seed collection - Millennium Seed Bank (MSB) Project, preserving and restoring native communities, spreading awareness on invasive species and gardening to attract wildlife.

Taxon report data from Calflora. Lasthenia californica does not match Calflora record. Entry for Lasthenia californica de Candolle ex Lindley subsp. bakeri (J. Howell) R. Chan [family COMPOSITAE] Herbarium. Flora of North America (FNA) Collection. Flora of North America. Resource Type. Reference Sources.

Entry From. Flora of North America, Vol 21, Names. methods so as to improve DNA quality in the survey. Genetic Structure of Three Endangered Plants - 2 - INTRODUCTION.

Population decline in most species is due to the degradation and loss of their habitats, Lasthenia burkei, Blennosperma bakeri, and Limnanthes vinculans, all State and. But Lasthenia of Mantinea choose a different route.

Instead of seeking an Athenian male citizen as friend and protector, she dressed in men's clothing and attended Plato's Academy openly. Lasthenia of Mantinea was not the only woman to make such a choice in order to study philosophy 'with the boys'.

LOCAL ADAPTATION OF TWO CRYPTIC SPECIES, LASTHENIA CALIFORNICA AND LASTHENIA GRACILIS, TO DISTINCT REGIONS WITHIN A SERPENTINE OUTCROP A Thesis Presented to The Faculty of the Department of Biological Studies San José State University. Ornduff, R.

A biosystematic survey of the goldfield genus Lasthenia (Compositae: Helenieae). University of California Publication in Botany Page, H. M., J. Dugan, and D.M. Hubbard. Comparative effects of infaunal bivalves on an epibenthic microalgal community. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology Gao, Studies on the Underlying Mechanism of Liver-Qi Sthenic Dispersedness--Analyses on the Differential Expression of Sevcral Important Hormone and Neurotransmitter Receptor Genes in the Brain Tissue of Premenstrual Syndrome Liver-Qi Sthenia Symptom, Shandong University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Lasthenia maritima is a self-pollinating, "guano endemic" of seabird nesting grounds.

It is typically found on offshore islands and rocks from the Farallon Islands, California, to the northern tip of Vancouver Island, British Columbia and rarely occurs on the mainland. Lasthenia californica ssp. macrantha. perennial goldfields. Native along the immediate coast of California and just into Oregon, where it forms low, tight mounds of deep green succulent foliage.

Cheerful, bright yellow daisies bloom over a long period. Best in full sun with some sumer water and good drainage. Comments on hyposthenia. What made you want to look up hyposthenia?Please tell us where you read or heard it (including the quote, if possible).

Lasthenia californica - Lasthenia californica, Dwarf Goldfields Height: under 1 ft Life Cycle: annual Growth Type: flower Flower Size: small, 1/4 - 1 in Flower Type: solitary Bloom Type: spring Flower Color: yellow Native to California: YES California Range: coast - desert - inland - mountain Water Requirements: low - medium - high Salt.

eusthenia: (yūs-thē'nē-ă), Normal strength. [eu- + G. sthenos, strength]. It is a prosaic observation that the cattle industry has captured its share of the printed word in the literature of the West. Much of this verbiage has been devoted to an emotional rendering of the folk-saga theme of what must be conceded was a very dramatic period in American history.

Many photographs and species descriptions from the book are reproduced on the Burke Herbarium Image Collection web site, with permission from the authors.» Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest is available from Timber Press, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and other booksellers.

Known hazards of Lasthenia glabrata: None known Plant information taken from the Plants For A Future. [natural medicinal herbs home] [herbs by latin names] [herbs by common names].

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In the early s, MDA-funded researchers helped establish the autoimmune nature of MG. They showed that people with the disease have a reduced number of acetylcholine (ACh) receptors, and that antibodies to the receptors can induce MG .Genetic Structure of Three Endangered Plants - 2 - Abstract: Burke's goldfields (Lasthenia burkei), Sonoma sunshine (Blennosperma bakeri), and Sebastopol meadowfoam (Limnanthes vinculans) are herbaceous annual plants that inhabit vernal pool and swale habitats mainly on the Santa Rosa Plain of Sonoma County, California.