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Cryptogamic botany.

Gilbert M. Smith

Cryptogamic botany.

by Gilbert M. Smith

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Published by McGraw-Hill in New York, London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Gilbert M. Smith.
SeriesMcGraw-Hill publications in the botanical sciences
ContributionsSmith, Gilbert M.
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 380p. :
Number of Pages380
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19280199M

Apr 16,  · Cryptogamic Botany • Cryptogamae (Greek kryptos, "hidden" + gameein, "to marry") • Lower plants or plant-like organisms that reproduce by spores • They represent the non-seed bearing plants • Other names, such as “Thallophytes", "lower plants", and “Spore plants" are also occasionally used. Spirogyra Ferns Mosses 5. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide.

What's cryptogamic botany? Cryptogamic Botany is the field of study of spore-producing plants and similar spore-producing organisms. The "Cryptogams" are an artificial group, that is, a group of organisms that share a common trait but that are not necessarily close relatives of each other. Label your specimens Label each specimen with whatever information you think is important, but be sure to include the location and date it was collected, the name of the person who collected it, and, if you have identified it, its scientific name (Latin binomial) and the name of the book you used to identify it.

Register new name (species, genus, family, etc) Register new type specimen of existing taxa (epitype, neotype, etc). Student's Hand-Book Of Mushrooms Of America Edible And Poisonous Washington, A. R. Taylor, Farlow Library of Cryptogamic Botany. Plate XV, figure 8 - (Amanita) phalloides Fries. Thomas Taylor is credited with the introduction of plant pathology into federal agricultural research.


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Nov 12,  · Cryptogamic Botany Vol I by Smith, Gilbert. Publication date Topics NATURAL SCIENCES, Botany, Cryptogams. Flowerless plants. Spore plants Publisher McGraw Hill Book Company, Inc. Collection universallibrary Contributor Osmania University Language English. Addeddate Call number. Cryptogamic Botany by Smith, G.M and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at ogmaexpo.com Nov 14,  · Cryptogamic Botany Vol II by Smith,Gilbert M.

Publication date Topics NATURAL SCIENCES, Botany, Cryptogams. Flowerless plants. Spore plants Publisher McGraw Hill Book Company Cryptogamic botany. book. Collection universallibrary Contributor Osmania University Language English.

Addeddate Call number. Excerpt from A Handbook of Cryptogamic Botany While, therefore, we adopt the Protophyta as a primary class, with the general limits proposed by Sachs, we have no hesitation in reverting to the time-honoured division of the higher Thallophytes into the two great groups of Algae and ogmaexpo.com by: 2.

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bennett, m.a., ogmaexpo.com, f.l.s. lecturer on botany at st thomas's hospital and george murray, f.l.s. senior assistant, department of botany, british museum and examiner with glasgow university in botany, si8 illustrations london.

Title. Introduction to cryptogamic botany. Related Titles. Series: Library of illustrated standard scientific works ; vol. Berkeley, M. (Miles Joseph. Cryptogamic Botany. Cryptogamic Botany. Skip to main content; Skip to footer; Ebook Download Free Epub.

Ebook Download Free Epub | ogmaexpo.com is the internet's #1 source for free eBook downloads, eBook resources & eBook authors. Home» Cryptogamic Botany. Cryptogamic Botany. Cryptogamic Botany. A cryptogam (scientific name Cryptogamae) is a plant (in the wide sense of the word) that reproduces by spores, without flowers or seeds.

"Cryptogamae" (Greek κρυπτός kryptos, "hidden" + γαμέω, gameein, "to marry") means "hidden reproduction", referring to the fact that no seed is produced, thus cryptogams represent the non-seed bearing plants. CRYPTOGAMIC BOTANY: VOL I, ALGAE AND FUNGI Hardcover – Import, by G M Smith (Author) Be the first to review this item.

See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover, Import "Please retry" Author: G M Smith. Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study.

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Science 06 Jan Vol. 89, Issuepp. DOI: /science THESE two volumes together form a good general review of the Cryptogams in which representative series in each of the major groups are described in detail.

Though most of the types chosen are. This Book Is Designed For Students Who Have Had An Introductory Course In Botany And Who Wish To Make A More Detailed Study Of Plants Below The Level Of Seed Plants.

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CRYPTOGAMIC BOTANY. Washington DC: The Smithsonian Institution, 1st Edition. Hardcover. Green cloth. A hardcover book in good condition. Ex-library: library label on spine has damaged leather label, mark from pocket on endpaper, stamp on title page and page edges, tissue frontis protector detached, otherwise pages clean and tight.

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Science 06 Jan Cryptogamic Botany. By R. Benedict. Science 06 Jan Share This Article: Copy. Related Content. Similar Articles in: Citing Articles in. Jan 09,  · THE anglicized forms of most of the terms in common use, employed in the “Hand-book of Cryptogamic Botany” recently issued by Mr.

Murray and myself, have not up to Cited by: 1. Cryptogamic Botany Vol. I. Algae and Fungi Vol. II. Bryophytes and Pteridophytes SMITH The Fresh-water Algae of the United States SWINGLE Textbook of Systematic Botany WEAVER Root Development of Field Crops WEAVER AND CLEMENTS Plant Ecology There are also the related series of McGraw-Hill Publications in the Zoological Sciences, of which E.

J.Abstract THE anglicized forms of most of the terms in common use, employed in the ``Hand-book of Cryptogamic Botany'' recently issued by Mr.

G. Murray and myself, have not up to the present time found much support from our fellow-botanists.This article was published in Botanical Gazette (), which is continued by International Journal of Plant Sciences (present).