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Biosystematic studies of Phacelia capitata (Hydrophyllaceae), a species endemic to serpentine soils in southwestern Oregon

J. Stephen Shelly

Biosystematic studies of Phacelia capitata (Hydrophyllaceae), a species endemic to serpentine soils in southwestern Oregon

by J. Stephen Shelly

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Other titlesSerpentine soils in southwestern Oregon.
Statementby J. Stephen Shelly.
The Physical Object
Pagination[10], 120 leaves, bound :
Number of Pages120
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Order our Phacelia tanacetifolia seeds today to grow this hairy annual with finely cut leaves and very dense, curved spikes of small, soft lavender, bell-shaped flowers. Also known as Lacy Phacelia or Purple Tansy, it is beloved by bees. Oregon: Biosystematic studies of serpen-tine endemic Phacelia capitata, ; Isopyrum stipitatum in the Willamette Valley, New taxon and combination: Hasting-sia serpentinicola, ; Plagioboth-rys figuratus subsp. corallicarpus, Noteworthy collections: Astragalus curvicarpus var. subglaber, Collomia debilis var. larsenii,

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Phacelia (Phacelia tanacetifolia), common name Tansy Phacelia has long been recognized for its attractiveness to insects and is now gaining popularity in vineyards of California and New Zealand as an insectary plant. It grows to about 1 metre tall, and begins flowering when daylength exceeds 13 Size: KB. Full text of "Madroño: a West American journal of botany" See other formats.


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Biosystematic studies of Phacelia capitata (Hydrophyllaceae), a species endemic to serpentine soils in southwestern Oregon by J. Stephen Shelly Download PDF EPUB FB2

Title: Biosystematic Studies of Phacelia capitata (Hydrophyllaceae). a Species Endemic to Serpentine Soils in Southwestern Oregon Redacted for privacy Abstract approved: Renton L.

Chambers Phacelia capitata Rruckeberg is a member of the Phacelia magellanica polyploid complex (species group Magellanicae), a group of wide-ranging, polymorphic.

The Plants Database includes the following species of Phacelia. Click below on a thumbnail map or name for species profiles. Native Introduced Native and Introduced. Phacelia adenophora Phacelia capitata clustered phacelia Phacelia cephalotes virgin phacelia Phacelia cicutaria caterpillar phacelia Phacelia ciliata Great Valley phacelia.

Phacelia crenulata is a species of flowering plant in the borage family, common names include notch-leaf scorpion-weed, notch-leaved phacelia, cleftleaf wildheliotrope, and heliotrope phacelia. It is native to the southwestern United States as far east as Colorado and New Mexico, and Baja California and Sonora in : Boraginaceae.

List of Phacelia plant genus is in the family Boraginaceae, basal in one of the 2 main euasterid lineages, as per Angiosperm Phylogeny is usually placed in the Biosystematic studies of Phacelia capitata book subfamily. This is a list of binomial names, including both accepted species and synonyms.

Source: Index Kewensis (at IPNI) and ITIS. Phacelia (Phacelia tanacetifolia) Phacelia, also known as lacy phacelia, or blue/purple tansy, is a quick-growing, flowering plant that can reach heights of up to 4 feet. This crop is adaptable to a wide range of soils ranging in pH from to Mga pakli ha kaarangay nga "Phacelia" An mga nasunod nga ka mga pakli aada hini nga kaarangay, tikang hin nga kabug-osan.

(nahiuna nga pakli) (masunod nga pakli). Biosystematic studies of Phacelia capitata (Hydrophyllaceae), a species endemic to serpentine soils in southwestern Oregon. Madroño – Madroño – Google Scholar. The lacy phacelia flower, commonly known as Phacelia tanacetifolia, may not be something you’d randomly plant in your garden.

In fact, you may wonder just what is lacy phacelia. Read on to find out. The lacy phacelia flower is a 1- to 3-foot, leggy wildflower with a bloom that looks similar to thistle. It is a heavy nectar producer. biosystematic studies of phacelia capitata (hydrophyllaceae), a species endemic to serpentine soils in southwestern oregon Vol Page A SYSTEMATIC AND PHYTOGEOGRAPHIC STUDY OF ANTENNARIA AROMATICA AND A.

DENSIFOLIA (ASTERACEAE: INULEAE) IN THE WESTERN NORTH AMERICAN CORDILLERA. Introduction to Biosystematics Zoology (Winter) - MWFSci B Instructor: Derek S.

Sikes Department of Biological Sciences University Drive NW University of Calgary Calgary, AB, Canada, T2N 1N4. email: [email protected] FINAL EXAM: AP 8AMAM, Sci B Description.

Phacelia tanacetifolia is an annual herb that grows erect to a maximum height near centimeters ( inches) with none to a few branches. The wild form is glandular and coated in short stiff hairs.

The leaves, 20– millimetres (– in), are mostly divided into smaller leaflets which are deeply and intricately cut into toothed lobes, giving them a lacy : Boraginaceae. click on a thumbnail to view an image, or see all the Phacelia thumbnails at the Plants Gallery ©Gary A.

Monroe. United States, CA, Camp Roberts Military Reservation. Phacelia, genus of species of white to blue or purple-flowering annual herbs, native to North America and Andean South America and including several species of garden flowers.

It belongs to the family Boraginaceae. Phacelia campanularia, native to dry slopes of southern California, bears blue, five-lobed blooms in loose sprays over the dark green, toothed, oval leaves on plants about 23 cm. Introduction to Biosystematics - Zool 1 1 Introduction to Biosystematics Lecture 4 - Species ÒThe species problem is like a sword, thrust by Darwin into the stone, and left for us to yank upon with determination and futility.Ó - Hey 2 Species - what are they.

One of the largest & oldest problems in Biology (this lecture is a too File Size: KB. Phacelia Growing Guide Crop Rotation Group. Miscellaneous. Soil. Any sunny site with good drainage. Position. Full sun to partial afternoon shade. Frost tolerant. Phacelia seedlings can tolerate light frost, but the plants are easily damaged by hard freezes.

Phacelia, cover crop (Phacelia tanacetifolia) We certainly had success overwintering Phacelia on several acres in Devon, which flowered spectacularly well as soon as Spring arrived, and audibly hummed with bees of all kinds. Can be sown direct any time between April and September. Sowing rate 4Kg/acre or about 1gram per m2.

and molecular studies. Collection data for strains of. acerina. and. rufa. are recorded in the section De­ scription of Taxa. All cultures are on deposit at the. Center for Forest Mycology Research (CFMR) at the USDA Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory.

Morphological studies. -The methods for. Phacelia tanacetifolia Phacelia tanacetifolia Benth. Lacy Phacelia, Lacy Scorpion-weed Hydrophyllaceae (Waterleaf Family) Synonym(s): Phacelia tanacetifolia ecta USDA Symbol: PHTA USDA Native Status: L48 (N), CAN This is a ft., annual phacelia with divided, feathery, clasping, tansy-like leaves covered with short, stiff hairs.

The lavender-blue, bell-shaped flowers occur in. Phacelia is a wonderful plant for attracting bees and other beneficial insects, particularly useful in early spring if it has overwintered as it is an early pollen source for bees coming out of hibernation.

Harvesting. For maximum benefit as a green manure dig in when quite small. Otherwise leave plants to grow up to 1m (3 ft) tall as the. California phacelia, Phacelia, Rock phacelia Phacelia californica, a dicot, is a perennial herb that is native to California, and is endemic (limited) to California.

Plant Distribution. Observation Search ( records) Plant Characteristics. Bloom Period Photos from CalPhotos / Calflora. This native wildflower occurs naturally in the deserts of California and Arizona.

Desert gardeners appreciate this plant for its hardiness and stunning blooms, while its practical uses include making an excellent cover crop and attracting bees and other pollinating insects. The genus name "Phacelia" comes from the Greek word for "cluster," referring to the plant's growth habit.

The species 5/5(1).Biosystematic studies on the Rubiaceae have a long tradition at the Institute of Botany in Vienna. Within this family the Anthospermeae, and especially its African and Madagascan members, are of particular interest because of several aspects in their evolution: I) Perfection of anemophily within an otherwise nearly exclusively zoophilous family.Biosystem atic studies of Phacelia capitata (Hydrophyllaceae), a speci es endemic to serpent ine soils in southwest ern Oregon.

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