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by Daniela C. Zappi,David Hunt,Nigel P. Taylor

Pilosocereus (Cactaceae): The Genus in Brazil (Succulent Plant Research) download ebook
Daniela C. Zappi,David Hunt,Nigel P. Taylor
D. Hunt; Distributed in U.S.A. by Rainbow Gardens, (September 1994)
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AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window). Format Paperback 160 pages. Publication date 01 Sep 1994. Imprint D. Hunt; Distributed in . by Rainbow Gardens, Publication City/Country Sherborne, United Kingdom. Illustrations note Il. some co.

Pilosocereus (Cactaceae). Zappi, D. and Taylor, N. 2008. Cacti are a large and diverse group of stem succulents predominantly occurring in warm and arid North and South America. Chloroplast DNA sequences of the trnK intron, including the matK gene, were sequenced for 70 ingroup taxa and two outgroups from the Portulacaceae.

Cacti of eastern Brazil. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, 2004. Pilosocereus (Cactaceae). Succ Pl Res 3, 1-160, 1994. Interglacial microrefugia and diversification of a cactus species complex: phylogeography and reconstructions for Pilosocereus aurisetus an. AS Bonatelli, MF Perez, AT Peterson, NP Taylor, DC Zappi, MC Machado,. Molecular Ecology 23 (12), 3044-3063, 2014. The use of medicinal cacti by locals at the semi-arid in Bahia State, Brazil. CTS Andrade, JGW Marques, DC Zappi.

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Cipocereus bradei (Backeb.

Bibliography: Major references and further lectures 1) Edward Anderson The Cactus family Timber Press, Incorporated, 2001 2) Nigel P. Taylor, Daniela C. Zappi Cacti of Eastern Brazil Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, 2004 3) Taylor, . Cipocereus bradei (Backeb.

Summary: Brazil is the third major centre of diversity for the family Cactaceae, with . Marlon Câmara Machado, Daniela C. Zappi, Nigel P. Taylor, Eduardo Leite Borba.

Summary: Brazil is the third major centre of diversity for the family Cactaceae, with approximately ¾ of the species found in the country being endemic, and a total of 162 native species, includin. More). Summary: The genus Haageocereus (Cactaceae) is almost endemic to Peru, occupying arid areas of river valleys draining westwards off the Andes. Extensive fieldwork, morphological studies, literatur.

Nigel P. Zappi. Daniela C. Zappi, . Pilosocereus (Cactaceae): the genus in Brazil. Edición ilustrada de D. Hunt, 160 pp. Cacti of Eastern Brazil. Edición ilustrada de Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, 499 pp. ISBN 1842460560. Lista preliminar da familia Rubiaceae na região nordeste do Brasil. Volumen 1 de Repatriation of Kew Herbarium data for the Flora of Northeastern Brazil series. ISBN 0951723448. Revisão taxonômica de Pilosocereus Byles & Rowley (Cactaceae) no Brasil.

Taylor & Francis. Taylor, Nigel . Zappi, Daniela C. (2004).

Subfamily: Cactoideae. Genus: Stephanocereus References. Everett, Thomas H. (1982). The New York Botanical Garden Illustrated Encyclopedia of Horticulture. Taylor & Francis. Yetman, David (2007). The Great Cacti: Ethnobotany & Biogeography. University of Arizona Press. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. pp. 290–291.

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