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species of Pedicularis of the Indian Empire and its frontiers

D. Prain

species of Pedicularis of the Indian Empire and its frontiers

by D. Prain

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Published by Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh in Dehra Dun, India .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India,
  • Himalaya Mountains Region
    • Subjects:
    • Pedicularis -- Classification,
    • Botany -- India -- Classification,
    • Botany -- Himalaya Mountains Region -- Classification

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesPedicularis of the Indian Empire.
      Statementby D. Prain.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQK495.S43 P73 1982
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 196 p., 37 p. of plates :
      Number of Pages196
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2829106M
      LC Control Number83904851

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Species of Pedicularis of the Indian Empire and its frontiers by D. Prain Download PDF EPUB FB2

The species of Pedicularis of the Indian Empire and its frontiers. [D Prain] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library.

Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in libraries near you. The species of Pedicularis of the Indian Empire and its frontiers / By b. (David) Prain. (Annals of the Royal Botanic Garden ; v.

1)Title on cover: Pedicularis of the Indian es bibliographical references, of access: Internet Topics: Pedicularis.

Publisher: Dehra Dun, Author: b. D.#N# (David) Prain. Bentham, G. Scrophularineae Indicae. A Synopsis of the East Indian Scrophularineae, contained in the collections presented by the East India Company to the Linnaean Society of London, and in those of Mr.

Royle and others; with some general observations on the affinities and sub-divisions of the order, pp. 1 – James Ridgway & Sons, : R. Singh, B. Kholia, J. Sudhakar. Prain D () The species of Pedicularis of the Indian Empire and.

its frontiers. Ann Bot Gard Calcutta – Ree RH () Phylogeny and the evolution of floral diversity in. The species of Pedicularis of the Indian Empire and its frontiers / (Dehra Dun, India: Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, ), by D.

Prain (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) A pocket synopsis of the families of British flowering plants (based upon the system of Engler) (Manchester, University press; London, New York [etc.] Longmans.

The species of Pedicularis of the Indian Empire and its Frontiers In: Annals of the Royal Botanic Garden Prain, D. The species of Pedicularis of the Indian Empire and its Frontiers In.

The Indian Frontier will give any reader a good overview of the happenings in the West between "— H-AmIndian H-Net Book Review "This book is an excellent synthesis of Indian-white relations in the trans-Mississippi West during the last half-century of the frontier period, a welcome study that departs from the soldier-chases-Indian.

Pedicularis multicaulis& (series Oliganthae Prain) is a new species described and illustrated herein. This new species is. Mature seeds of species of Pedicularis representing 13 groups according to Tsoong’s infra-generic classification were investigated using light microscopy (LM) and scanning electron microscopy (SEM).

The largest seeds occurred in P. superba ( ± mm × ± mm) and the smallest in P. crenata ( ± mm × ± mm). The Arabian Frontier of the British Raj is a study of one of the most forbidding frontier zones of Britain's Indian Empire.

The Gulf Residency, responsible for Britain's relationship with Eastern Arabia and Southern Persia, was part of an extensive network of political. Annals of the Royal Botanic Garden, Calcutta.

Vol. III. (1) The Species of Pedicularis of the Indian Empire and its Frontiers, by D. Prain, M.B., F.R.S.E., Curator of. Pedicularis ser. Tenuirostres Maxim. (Orobanchaceae) is demonstrated to be the correct name for the group usually referred to as P.

ser. Pectinatae Prain. The series is here revised and 12 species are accepted. Its species are centred in the NW Himalaya, particularly Pakistan where there is much local infraspecific variation.

Prain () in worked on Pedicularis from the Indian Empire and its Frontiers, reporting about 70 species, which he also described and keyed out. Blatter and Hallberg () worked on some species of Indian Scrophulariaceae, described them taxonomically and made notes on their order.

They deat with about 26 species in 11 genera. Prain, D. The species of Pedicularis of the Indian Empire and its Frontiers In: Annals of the Royal Botanic Garden, Calcutta. 1: subsp. revolute Pennell Sikkim Type: Sikkim, Llonok.

Pedicularis grows wild on my Zone 7 property. I have also seen it growing at higher elevations than mine. It has an unusual, bright red flower that blooms a short time in the spring. It is one of the few red-blooming wild plants in my area.

The fernlike foliage also has some interest. The limits of Pedicularis L. ser. Megalanthae (Prain) Bonati (Orobanchaceae) are revised. The series, typified by Pedicularis megalanthais restricted to seven species chiefly inhabiting the eastern Sino-Himalayan region. Authorship of the name Megalanthae at series rank is ascribed to Bonati (Mém.

Soc. Bot. France 13, ) because the groups recognised by Prain inthat have. Phylogeographic analyses using chloroplast DNA (cpDNA) variation were performed for Pedicularis ser. Gloriosae (Orobanchaceae). Eighty-one plants of 18 populations of 6 species (P.

gloriosa, P. iwatensis, P. nipponica, P. ochiaiana, P. sceptrum-carolinum and P. grandiflora) were analyzed. Fifteen distinct haplotypes were identified based on six cpDNA regions: the intergenic.

Filed under: Pedicularis. The species of Pedicularis of the Indian Empire and its frontiers / (Dehra Dun, India: Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, ), by D. Prain (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Monographia Pedicularis. ([Moscou, Impr.

de l'Université impériale, ]), by Christian Steven (page images at HathiTrust). Request PDF | Lectotypification and status of pedicularis oederi vahl var. heteroglossa prain (Orobanchaceae) | Pedicularis oederi Vahl var.

heteroglossa Prain (Orobanchaceae) is raised to species. important, such as Picrorhiza kurrooa and species of Digitalis. India has a good representation of ' Scrophulariaceae, especially in the Himalaya. The first floristic treatment of this family in the Indian Empire was published by ].

Hooker in Flora of British India, vol. 4 (), recognizing species spread over 50 genera. Pedicularis verticillata L. is a highly valuable herb for traditional Chinese medical treatment.

In this report, 11 microsatellite loci from P. verticillata were isolated. The simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers were screened in 23 samples of wild populations of P. verticillata, and eight samples from its sister P.

number of alleles ranged from 4 to 13, and value of expected (H .The new species of Primulas of Smith and Fletcher and 'Orchids of the Sikkim Himalaya' by G. King and R. Pantling, pp.with text and coloured illustrations of almost all the known species of Orchids of East Himalaya; Species of Pedicularis of the Indian Empire by Sir David Prain ; Epitome of the British Indian Species of Impatiens by.Indian Warrior (Pedicularis densiflora) grows mostly in California, on hillsides and in deep shade, but is not confined to western North America.

Indian Warrior is a hemi-parasitic plant species. This means it draws nutrients as well as toxins surrounding plants and soil. Our Pedicularis has been grown out of the vicinity of toxic plants such.