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|Statement||by C. Reid, and R. Allen Dyer.|
|Contributions||Dyer, R. Allen 1900-|
|LC Classifications||QK495.A484 R45 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 68 p. :|
|Number of Pages||68|
|LC Control Number||84071703|
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Book Review A Review of the Southern African Species of Cyrtanthus C. Reid and R. Allen Dyer 68 pp. American Plant Life Society, P.O. BoxLa Jolla, California, Cyrtanthus is one of the largest and most attractive African genera of the family Amaryllidaceae. Dyer last reviewed the genus in If his prior monograph The Genus Lachenalia (Kew Publishing, ) is a good indication, then there are no doubts about the quality of Amaryllidaceae of Southern Africa (Kew Publishing, ).
Topping pages, the book weighs pounds ( kg), making it. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link)Author: Deirdré Snijman. Cyrtanthus macmasteri Snijman is a rare new species from the Albany Centre of endemism, Eastern Cape, South Africa.
Most closely related to C galpinii Baker, and autumn-flowering species with a. With about 55 species it is the largest genus of southern Africa's Amaryllidaceae (Snijman and Archer, ) and one of the largest in the family overall.
Within this ecologically diverse region Cyrtanthusextends from the summer-dry southwest to the summer rainfall by: Cyrtanthus (Amaryllidaceae) is a genus of perennial geophytes, endemic to the southern African region.
Destructive and indiscriminate harvesting of bulbs for medicinal and ornamental purposes has led to intensive decimation of the populations of most of these species in their natural habitats.
The aim of this study was to develop in vitro regeneration systems for Cyrtanthus. A review of the southern African species of Cyrtanthus. The American Plant Life Society, La Jolla, California. Snijman, D.A. Two rare Cape Amaryllideae species.
(Compositae) a contribution to the phytogeography of southern Africa. Opera Botanica REID. & DYER, R.A. A review of the southern African species o/Cyrtanthus. American Plant. A review of the southern African species of Cyrtanthus. The American Plant Life Society, La Jolla, California.
Cyrtanthus is a large genus of the Amaryllidaceae family native to South Africa. A good reference is Graham Duncan's The Amaryllidaceae of Southern Africa written in Species are found growing in a wide range of habitats including damp bushy stream-edges, as epiphytes on other plants, and in near desert conditions.
2)O'Neill C. "The genus Cyrtanthus" Herbertia 46(): 37 ( publ. ) 3) Reid C, Dyer RA. "A review of the southern African species of Cyrtanthus." in La Jolla: California, American Plant Life Society iv, 68p.
4) Olivier W. "The genus Cyrtanthus Ait." Veld &. Reid, C. and Dyer, R.A. A review of the southern African species of Cyrtanthus. The American Plant Life Society, La Jolla, California.
Scott-Shaw, C.R. Rare and threatened plants of KwaZulu-Natal and neighbouring regions. KwaZulu-Natal Nature Conservation Service, Pietermaritzburg. Search for images of Cyrtanthus obliquus on.
The Amaryllidaceae has a major centre of diversity in South Africa, but despite high levels of endemism and horticultural potential, pollination and self-incompatibility have been little studied. This is exemplified by Cyrtanthus, a genus of about 56 species that exhibit remarkable diversity in floral morphology and colour (Snijman and Meerow.
The Government Printer. Pretoria, South ver by the author. This is the first monograph on this subject and is very hard to find. Only copies of this book were ever book is a nice example in what I would describe as very good condition considering its age.
The distribution of the genus Cyrtanthus, comprising 51 species in southern Africa range into tropical Africa. In South Africa, Cyrtanthus species are mainly distributed in the Western and Eastern Cape provinces with a smaller distribution in Transvaal and KwaZulu-Natal (Reid and Dyer,Du Plessis and Duncan, ).
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Dyer, R.A. AMARYLLIDACEAE: A new species of Cyrtanthus from Baviaanskloof, south-eastern Cape. and Manning, J.C. Cape Plants: A conspectus of the Cape Flora of South Africa. Strelitzia 9. National Botanical Institute, Cape Town. R.A. A review of the southern African species of Cyrtanthus.
The American Plant Life. The definitive book on the bulbs of the Cape Floral Kingdom. Reid, C and Allen Dyer, R. () A Review of the Southern African Species of Cyrtanthus.
The American Plant Life Society. Snijman, D. () A Revision of the Genus Haemanthus. South African Bot., Supplementary volume National Botanic Gardens, Cape Town.
South Africa; recircumscription and distribution of elements of the ‘Ceterach cordatum’ complex (Asplenium: Aspleniaceae) in southern Africa; new species of Bauhinia, Berkheya, Cyanella, and Osteospermum.
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Read, borrow, and discover more than 3M books for free. A review of the southern African species of Cyrtanthus C. ReidClassification, Biology, Cyrtanthus, Daylilies, Varieties. places. Southern Africa. people. None found. Book Review A Feast of African Monocots Geoff W. Carr Ecology Australia, 88B Station Street, Fairfield, VictoriaAustralia; e-mail: [email protected] Muelleria.
– Published online in advance of the print edition, Wednesday 24 April. Figure 1. Cover art for. The Amaryllidaceae of Southern Africa. Southern Africa has a particularly rich and varied insect fauna, consisting of 26 orders, families and ab species (currently recorded).
This wealth of information on the systematics and biology of southern African insect groups has not been comprehensively treated before and is here condensed by 48 contributors, each of whom is an authority on a particular group. REID, C. AND R. DYER, A review of the Southern African species of Cyrtanthus.
Published in the U.S. by American Plant Life Society, P.O. BoxLa Jolla, CAISBN - A Review of the Southern African Species of Cyrtanthus vr VAN DER WALT, C. & NIENABER, A G - English for Law Students ox FREEMAN, J. & MUNRO, GRAEME - The Year Book Vol. V; a Preview of Selected Yearlings for the National Sale Reid C, Dyer RA () ‘A review of the southern African species of Cyrtanthus.’ (American Plant Life Society: La Jolla, CA) Reinartz JA, Les DH () Bottleneck-induced dissolution of self-incompatibility and breeding system evolution in Aster furcatus (Asteraceae).
Braam is a plant taxonomist and has authored or co-authored numerous publications on the botany of southern Africa, including several books.
Among his published works are Field Guide to the Wild Flowers of the Highveld (Struik, ), How to Identify Trees in Southern Africa (Struik, ) and Field Guide to Trees of Southern Africa (Struik, ).Reviews: This is the first Field Guide to Southern African ants ever published.
Lavishly illustrated with Philip Herbst's fabulous macrophotographs, and the best of some fifty more observers from ‘iSpot’, the book details of the most common species, with notes about another This review summarises this usage and highlights plant species that are yet to be verified for these activities.
Aim of the study: This manuscript reviews the traditional usage of southern African plant species to treat bacterial respiratory diseases with the aim of highlighting gaps in the literature and focusing future studies.
Cyrtanthus és un gènere de plantes bulboses nom científic «Cyrtanthus» va ser encunyat per William Aiton el i prové del grec «kyrtos», que significa corbat i «anthos», flor, en referència a les flors amb forma de tub corbat que presenten diverses espècies del gènere.
Aquest gènere consta de 55 espècies que es distribueixen des de Sudan fins a Àfrica del Sud. The book also covers other Southern African countries however having lived in Zambia and Zimbabwe I found their coverage of these two countries to be very sparse only covering the top birding spots.
I strongly recommend this book if you are planning a trip to this beautiful area of our planet so rich in birds. aboveground Acacia African savannas Andropogoneae animals annual areas arid savannas Australian basal biomass Brazil browsing Burkea africana Burkea savanna burning caatinga campo cattle cerrado chaco climate component cover Curatella americana cycle density distribution dominant dry season Ecology edaphic effect of fire elephant Eucalyptus.
Ethnopharmacological relevance: Human dermatophyte infections are one of the most common classes of infection globally, with an estimated billion people contracting at least one infection annually. Southern African ethnic groups used multiple plants to treat dermatophytosis and to alleviate the symptoms, yet the anti-dermatophyte properties of most species remain poorly explored.
A Bit of Fun with Arum Species Angelo Porcelli; Book review: The Amaryllidaceae of Southern Africa Nicholas W. Plummer; Treasurer's Report; Board of Directors Meeting; Volume 16 (sic), issue 2 - Spring (received 25th July ) A Whirlwind Tour of Tanzanian Geophytes Cody Howard; Tropical Blue Waterlilies Johannes (Uli) Urban.
The flowers of Cyrtanthus carneus can grow to as high as 1m tall. They flower at the driest time of the year, growing from food stored by the plant in its underground bulb. This species of Cyrtanthus grows in coastal areas between Kleinmond and Mossel Bay and has been classified as Near threatened in the latest Red Data assessment of SA plants.
Fishes of Southern African Estuaries is a complete encyclopaedia about everything that anyone could ever hope to know about Southern African estuaries.
It is plainly written for academics or students studying estuarine fish in particular, or ichthyology in general, rather than for fishermen who like to go angling in estuaries.
In South Africa, E. natalensis is an ingredient of herbal concoction called imbiza also containing roots of Polygala fruticosa, Raphionacme spp., bulbous roots of Crinum spp.
and Cyrtanthus obliquus and root barks of Zanthoxylum capense, Capparis tomentosa and Rauvolfia caffra used to. For several years I lived and birded in the south of Africa, and still have my battered second edition () of the Sasol Birds of Southern Africa, the most trusted local field guide.
Now, I am holding the 5th edition () in my hands – what has changed in the meantime, especially in the 9 years since the 4th edition?Before that, while you all know what South Africa is, what exactly is. Thereafter, this study identifies traditionally used medicinal plants used as blood purifiers in southern Africa and correlates these species to scientific studies, which may support evidence for these “blood purifying plant species”.Ethnobotanical books and review articles were used to identify medicinal plants used for blood purification.
Abstract. Bulbous (rarely rhizomatous), mostly geophytic, perennials, terrestrial, occasionally aquatic or epiphytic, rich in family-specific tunicate. Leaves annual or persistent, sessile and linear or lorate, or petiolate and lanceolate to widely elliptic, distichous or spirally arranged; sometimes basally sheathing and forming an aerial pseudostem, usually glabrous, rarely.
Keywords: Amaryllidaceae, Cyrtantheae, Cyrtanthus, new species, subspecies, South Africa, taxonomy ABSTRACT Cyrtanthus aureolinus Snijman is a new, rare species of fire lily, which is localized in a vlei on the northern slopes of the Groot Swartberg, Western Cape.
The upright or slightly spreading, yellow to cream-coloured flowers and the. Plant compounds from a South African daffodil may be used to treat depression, according to a University of Copenhagen study, where they tested those substance in a laboratory model of the blood-brain nces from the South African plant species Crinum and Cyrtanthus – akin to snowdrops and daffodils, respectively – have characteristics.tiﬁc validation of South African medicinal plants can possibly be attributed to public awareness, method advancements and a num-ber of citations in local books conﬁrming the need for such studies (Hutchings et al., ; Van Wyk et al., ).
An antimicrobial review of the South African .The Biodiversity of South Africa is the variety of living organisms within the boundaries of South Africa and its exclusive economic Africa is a region of high biodiversity in the terrestrial and marine realms.
The country is ranked sixth out of the world's seventeen megadiverse countries, and is rated among the top 10 for plant species diversity and third for marine endemism.