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by Lauramay T. Dempster

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Author: Lauramay T. Dempster
ISBN: 0520094573
ISBN13: 978-0520094574
Language: English
Publisher: University of California Press; illustrated edition edition (December 1973)
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oceedings{Dempster1974ThePS, title {The polygamous species of the genus Galium (Rubiaceae), section Lophogalium, of Mexico and southwestern United States}, author {Lauramay T. Dempster}, year {1974} }. Lauramay T. Dempster. Publications citing this paper. Diversification of Galium within Tribe Rubieae (Rubiaceae): Evolution of Breeding Systems, Species Complexes, and Gene Duplication.

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Dempster, Lauramay . About this Item: University of California Press, Berkeley, California, 1951, University of California Publications in Botany, Volume 23, Number 8 : pages 383-404 with 2 figures and 1 plate with 6 figures.

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The polygamous fleshy-fruited Galiums of Mexico and Central America are judged to be one undivided species, and four . The polygamous species of the genusGalium (Rubiaceae), sect. Lophogalium, of Mexico and southwestern United States.

The polygamous fleshy-fruited Galiums of Mexico and Central America are judged to be one undivided species, and four other names are reduced to synonymy under G. aschenbornii. Evolution of theGalium multijlorum complex in western North America. II. Critical taxonomic revision. Brittonia17: 289–334. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Greenman, J. M. 1898. Revision of the Mexican and Central American species ofGalium andRelbunium.

PDF Polyembryony has been detected in 26 Allium species during a series of germination tests. seed were found in 26 species of the genus Allium. Most species with multiple seedlings were detec-

PDF Polyembryony has been detected in 26 Allium species during a series of germination tests. DOI: 1. 023/A:1012013121656. Most species with multiple seedlings were detec-. ted within the subgenus Rhizirideum.

Galium aschenbornii is found in mountainous regions of Mexico, as far north as Jalisco and San Luis . a b c Lauramay T. Dempster (1978). Galium aschenbornii Schauer". University of California Publications in Botany.

Galium aschenbornii is found in mountainous regions of Mexico, as far north as Jalisco and San Luis Potosí, and south through Central America to Ecuador References. "Galium aschenbornii Schauer". The Genus Galium (Rubiaceae) in Mexico and Central America. 73. University of California Press. ISBN 978-0-520-09578-6.

University of California Publications in Botany. The polygamous fleshy-fruited Galiums of Mexico and Central America are judged to be one undivided species, and four other names are reduced to synonymy underG. 1981) The genus Galium (Rubiaceae) in South America. Allertonia 2 (8): 393–426. 1982) The genus Galium (Rubiaceae) in South America III. Allertonia 3: 211–258. 1990) The genus Galium (Rubiaceae) in South America IV. Allertonia 5 (3): 283–343. A map, description, discussion, and illustrations are provided.

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