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Chorology of trees and shrubs in south-west Asia and adjacent regions.

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      • Includes bibliographical references (p. 11).Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Dendrology, Kórnik.

        StatementBogucki Wydawn. Nauk.
        PublishersBogucki Wydawn. Nauk.
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        LC Classifications1997
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        Paginationxvi, 107 p. :
        Number of Pages90
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        ISBN 108386001399
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Here, we present the range-wide, natural distribution maps of twenty-four Mediterranean and European forest-tree species of key ecological and economic importance in the Mediterranean basin. Branchlets glabrous, purplish-red to greenish-yellow, sometimes glaucous bloomed, turning brown and woody only after several years.

sinicum where it was placed by and. In 1904 the botanist Otto Warburg 1859-1938 wrote the original type description of Ficus afghanistanica on page 369 of Die Gattung Ficus im nichttropischen Vorderasien in Festschrift zur Feier des Siebzigsten Geburtstages des Herrn Professor dr.

Species distribution maps are often lacking for scientific investigation and strategic management planning at international level. For each species textual accounts are included of the synonymy, habit, infraspecific taxa, and the principal morphological and ecological features and literature references. A deciduous tree to 25 —40 m the wild.

Chorology of the Euxinian and Hyrcanian element in the woody flora of Asia

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; Vol IV, 80 pp. Polish Scientific Publishers, Warsaw, Poland. Decades later Kazimierz Browicz amplified the description and classified the Afghan Fig as a subspecies of Ficus Johannis.

2020while a graft is also at RBG Kew. Their leaves and fruit are so much larger. Species lists and some exemplary distribution maps are presented for the Euxinian and the Hyrcanian element, both with endemic and more wide-spread species, including the characteristic Euxine-Hyrcanian group. The accomplished Polish botanist Professor Kazimierz Browicz has devoted the most study to this issue, hence the classification he uses is followed wholly by me.

Chamaeamygdalus 4 speciesiv Sect. 5 cm long, petals obovate, as long as sepals, stamens 8, inserted in the middle or outside of the nectar disc. small Afghan Fig Tree photo by ALJ small Afghan Fig Tree close-up photo by ALJ the same small Afghan Fig Tree in October 2015 photo by ALJ herbarium specimen of Ficus Johannis subsp. Data Science Journal 15 : 6.

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