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Comparative morphology and anatomy of Myanmar species of genus Euryale, Nelumbo, and Nymphaea

Mi Mi Khaing

Comparative morphology and anatomy of Myanmar species of genus Euryale, Nelumbo, and Nymphaea

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Published by University of Mandalay, Dept. of Botany in Mandalay, Myanmar .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementMi Mi Khaing.
ContributionsUniversity of Mandalay. Dept. of Botany.
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 143 leaves :
Number of Pages143
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23607331M
LC Control Number2009336439

  How to say Nymphaeaceae in English? Pronunciation of Nymphaeaceae with 3 audio pronunciations, 3 synonyms, 3 meanings, 1 translation and more for Nymphaeaceae.1/5. fication of the genus have been explained as retained plesiomorphies (Catalan et al. ). Despite a well-resolved phylogenefic position, the taxonomy of the genus remains controversial, and like many other eastern Asian and eastern North American disjunct genera has not been studied in . For general comparative anatomy, see Ogura (), and for details of stelar morphology and evolution, see Beck et al. (), for megaphylls, see Tomescu (). Phylogeny. The circumscription of this clade has only recently become clear, and as just mentioned they include Psilotum (Tmesipteris is close) sister to Ophioglossum (support strong. New species of Aprionus (Diptera, Cecidomyiidae, Micromyinae) from Sweden and other parts of the Palearctic region Mathias JASCHHOF 1,* & Catrin JASCHHOF 2 1,2 Station Linné, Ölands Skogsby , SE Färjestaden, Sweden. * Corresponding author: [email protected] 2 Email: [email protected] 1 urn:lsid::author:8B4B11BCAC-AAACDC4B1.

Torres-Boeger et al. – Functional morphology of two Lepismium species Atlantic forests (Lüttge, ). It is estimated that there are around 20 to 25 epiphyte species (Benzing, ) occurring mostly in tropical forests. Orchidaceae, Bromeliaceae, and.


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Comparative morphology and anatomy of Myanmar species of genus Euryale, Nelumbo, and Nymphaea by Mi Mi Khaing Download PDF EPUB FB2

Deutsch: Stachelseerose suomi: Piikkilumpeet svenska: Rävnäckrossläktet 中文(简体)‎: 芡属 中文(繁體)‎: 芡屬. Statistics. The Plant List includes scientific plant names of species rank for the genus these 36 are accepted species names.

The Plant List includes a further 42 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. Robbins, Robert K. Evolution, Comparative Morphology, and Identification of the Eumaeine Butterfly Genus Rekoa Kaye (Lycaenidae: Theclinae).

Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, number64 pages, figures, 17 tables, —I revise the hairstreak butterfly genus Rekoa, describe and quantify many aspects of eumaeine morphology, and. ABSTRACT.

In order to solve the affinities of the species of Isotes Weise,a detailed morphological comparative study was and Nymphaea book out based on type-species of Isotes and its junior synonym,Synbrotica Bechyné, Isotes tetraspilota (Baly, ) and Isotes borrei (Baly, ) had their morphology of mouthparts, endosternites, wings and both male and female genitalia compared by the Author: Juliana M.

Rodrigues Mourão dos. Santos Rodrigues, José Ricardo Miras Mermudes. The morphology and anatomy of the Backebergia militaris cephalium is characterized in comparison with its vegetative branch and with apical and lateral cephalia of other species.

Our working hypothesis was that the B. militaris cephalium is more similar to the apical or lateral cephalia of other taxa than to its own vegetative branch. Our results revealed that the differences between the Cited by: 2.

A new species and comparative morphology of Vesselowskya (Cunoniaceae) block of amber from Myanmar are here proposed as a second species of the previously described fossil genus Lachnociona. The bistratose species of the genus Padina collected from the Coastal Regions of Myanmar from to and housed in the Herbarium of Department of Marine Science, Mawlamyine University had.

A new fossil praeaulacid wasp, Habraulacus zhaoi gen. et sp. nov., is described and figured from Upper Cretaceous Myanmar new genus is established based on the following characters: mesosoma stout, metasoma elongated ellipse with the first metasomal segment very thin and tubular (like a petiole), forewing with pterostigma long and narrow, and both veins Rs+M and 1m-cu very long Cited by:   We investigated seed morphology in 34 species of the genus Lysimachia and in 14 species and two subspecies of six additional genera (Anagallis, Ardisiandra, Asterolinon, Glaux, Pelletiera, Trientalis), which have been shown to be closely related to, or are placed within Lysimachia in previous molecular studies.

We studied seed shape, seed coat structure, and seed coat surface by: Species of Nymphaeaceae contained within The Plant List belong to 8 plant genera. The Plant List includes scientific plant names of species rank for the family Nymphaeaceae. Of these 56 are accepted species names.

The Plant List includes a further 71 scientific plant names of infraspecific rank for the family Nymphaeaceae. Introduction I chose to look at the anatomy of foraminifera because they are enormously abundant in terms of species and morphology, which I personally found very interesting examining the vast variety of different anatomies.

Brief Overview on Forams Foraminifera are a group of single Comparative morphology and anatomy of Myanmar species of genus Euryale protists. There is approximately 4, different species of forams dwelling.

Morphology and systematics of the rotifer genus Pseudoploesoma Myers, are discussed. The genus is Nelumbo from Synchaetidae to Notommatidae. One species, P.

formosum (Myers, ), is ploesoma greeni Koste, probably belongs to Notommata but must be considered incertae sedis and species inquirenda on account of its poor description; P. greeni sensu Coussement Cited by: 3. ADVERTISEMENTS: In this article we will discuss about the Morphology in Relation to Plant Taxonomy.

Morphology Characters of Plants: Morphological characters of the plants have provided the foundation and framework for taxonomy and they have been used extensively in the preparation of classification systems, diagnostic keys, etc.

ADVERTISEMENTS: Although, in recent years the synthetic approach. Compared leaf anatomy of Nymphaea (Nymphaeaceae) species from Brazilian flood plain Catian, G.a,* and Scremin-Dias, E.a,b aGraduate Program in Plant Biology, Federal University of Mato Grosso do Sul, Cidade Universitária S/N, CPCEPCampo Grande, MS, Brazil bDepartment of Biology, Center for Biological Sciences and Health, Federal University of Mato Grosso do Sul.

In some treatments, the genus Nelumbo (lotus) is included in the Nymphaeaceae but while Nelumbo bears some resemblance to this group, morphological and molecular evidence clearly indicate that Nelumbo does not belong in this family. 5 genera, 80 species, there are 50 species in the genus Nymphaea Economic importance - horticultural (water lilies).

Genus Nymphaea (white water-lilies) is the taxonomically difficult group; different taxonomists distinguish from two (Uotila ) up to 12 species (Heslop-HarrisonPapchenkov ) of white water-lilies on the territory of the European Russia. In addition, many species are believed to have numerous subspecies, chromosomal races, forms of.

Key words: Ainsliaea, Asteraceae, Mt. Victoria, Myanmar, Natma Taung National Park, new species. Jpn. Bot. 92(2): 87–93 () Ainsliaea DC. (Asteraceae), a genus of temperate Asia, consists of 49 species and 19 varieties (Freire ).

The genus is characterized by its unbranched stems with leaves basally rosulate or congested at the. Nymphaea nouchali, commonly known as the Red and blue water lily, Blue star water lily, Star lotus, or by its synonym Nymphaea stellata, is a water lily of genus aquatic plant is native to the Indian Subcontinent.

It was spread to other countries already in ancient times and has been long valued as a garden flower in Thailand and Myanmar to decorate ponds and gardens. The ovary matures as a leathery, capsule-like "berry," or as a schizocarp, a fruit that breaks apart at the carpels. Worldwide there are 6 genera and about 70 species.

The lotus (Nelumbo) resembles the water lily and was previously placed in this family, but is now considered a distant family of its own, Nelumbonaceae Plants of the Water Lily. from anatomy and morphology (Tilney ), palynol-ogy (Tilney & Van Wyk ) as well as comparative molecular studies (Lantz & Bremer ).

In this con-tribution we briefly review the generic treatment of Canthiul11 s.l., followed by a taxonomic treatment of the genus Keefia ps for the Flora of southern Africa (FSA) region. Notes are. A new species of the genus Enicospilus Stephens,E. kikuchii sp. nov., which belongs to the ichneumonid subfamily Ophioninae, is described based on two specimens that were collected in Saitama Prefecture of Honshû and Kagoshima Prefecture of Kyûshû in Size: 1MB.

This page was last edited on 16 Februaryat Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may phylogeny, biogeography, and evolution of the broadbills (eurylaimidae) and asities (hilepittidae) based on morphology [prum, richard o] on *free* shipping on qualifying offers.

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The data is taken from Joel Hallan's Biology Catalog. [1]. Comparative studies on the morphology of seven taxa within Pliocaenicus resulted in a key for determination of Pliocaenicus species (see also the emended description of the genus Pliocaenicus in Khursevich & Stachura-Suchoples accepted).

Key for the taxonomic determination of Pliocaenicus species I. Valves elliptical and round, transversely. Type species.—Melittosphex burmensis Poinar and Dan-forth, Diagnosis.—As for the species. Description.—Melittosphex includes a single species, M. burmensis, described in detail below. The description of Melittosphex burmensis serves as a description of the genus Melittosphex.

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Pinalia shiuyingiana, a new species from Myanmar, is described and illustrated. A related taxon from India, Eria connata Joseph et al., is transferred to by: 4.

Introduction. During exploration of the “northern forest complex” on the eastern slope of the Myanmar-India watershed (Kachin State, Myanmar), between November and OctoberKhine et al. and Miehe et al. collected an epiphytic fern that could be assigned to the Polypodiaceae but not be to any known species, or even easily placed in an existing genus of by: 2.

The morphology of Ichthyornis dispar is described in detail from the holotype and referred specimens. Phylogenetic analyses of morphological characters, scored for 24 terminal taxa, evaluated the relationships among Mesozoic ornithurines including Ichthyornis dispar and the newly identified taxa.

Species vary slightly with respect to the number of whorls (between three and five). In addition, a few Brotia species, such as B. pagodu, Brotia citri, and Brotia henriett, exceptionally exhibit a round operculum with up to eight regular whorls.

Species with round opercula form two distinct subclades in the mitochondrial trees. Embryonic shell Cited by:   The type species, P. tuberculosus and P. kempi, are known only from India, whereas P. hosii, P. rugosus, and P.

everetti are restricted to Southeast Asia. Several studies have shown that these allopatric groups are polyphyletic, with the Indian Pedostibes embedded within a primarily South Asian clade of toads, containing the genera Adenomus Cited by: 7.

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For each species, comparative diagnosis, description, and summaries of distribution are provided. An artificial key to species is also presented. The geographic distributions of species of Rhinella are largely associated with the open habitats of South America and Panama.

Dercetina is an Asian genus and comprises 88 species (Wilcox, Bezděk, unpublished data), of which 23 species are distributed in the Palearctic region (Beenen ).

Five species were recorded from Taiwan (Kimoto and Takizawa ). Der-cetes flaviventris (Jacoby, ) was the first species to be recorded from Taiwan by Weise ().Author: Chi-Feng Lee, Jan Bezdek.

The Asian Tree Toad genus Pedostibes, as currently understood, exhibits a conspicuously disjunct distribution, posing several immediate questions relating to the biogeography and taxonomy of this poorly known group. The type species, P. tuberculosus and P. kempi, are known only from India, whereas P.

hosii, P. rugosus, and P. everetti are restricted to Southeast by: 7. speciesofMaybeetles,orJunebugs,nspeciesof Phyllophaga (Lachnosterna), both adults and larvae,are perhaps the most destructive members ofthe family in North America, and their.

external vegetative and floral morphology of the two genera and their species were studied, which enabled us to resolve the question around the number of species to be recognised in Batesanthus.

A new species, Batesanthus pseudopalpus, characterised by hairy corona lobes resembling a spider's palpi, was identified and is herewith introduced. -A single lineage always splits to form new species after a few generations.-Evolutionary changes to an organism always result in a new species.

A new allele that causes reproductive incompatibility can spread through the population to cause speciation. Based on morphological studies performed on live plants in the field and specimens deposited in herbaria, a new species, Glochidion shanense Gang Yao & Shixiao Luo (Phyllantheae, Phyllanthaceae), is here described and illustrated.

The species is morphologically most similar to G. ellipticum Wight, but can be distinguished from the latter by having hairy branchlets, longer pedicels, uniseriate Cited by: 2. single species advocated by Yeates (), this methodology should facilitate verification and testing by other researchers.

For the analysis, normally two generic exemplars were selected from all currently accepted empidoid family-group taxa, one from what we consider the most primitive genus of each lineage (if no phylogeny is available) and the.two previously identified species are not part of Ichthyornis; and (4) one new species is identified.

This analysis also provided a case study in the application of phylogenetic nomen-clature at the species level. The morphology of Ichthyornis dispar is described in detail from the holotype and referred specimens.The Argynnini comprise + species, histori-cally placed in up to 19 genera, although currently placed in 6 genera (Simonsen a).

Almost all species are found in temperate, arctic and/or alpine areas, mainly in the Palaearctic and Nearctic bio-mes. A few species are found in the high Andes of South America, or the mountains of East Africa,Cited by: