2 edition of pteridophytes of Suriname found in the catalog.
pteridophytes of Suriname
Karl Ulrich Kramer
by Natuurwetenschappelijke Studiekring voor Suriname en de Nederlandse Antillen in Utrecht
Written in English
|Statement||by K. U. Kramer.|
|Series||Uitgaven Natuurwetenschappelijke Studiekring voor Suriname en de Nederlandse Antillen ; no. 93|
|LC Classifications||QH7 .N2842 no. 93, QK526.4.S75 .N2842 no. 93|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||198 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||198|
|LC Control Number||79321542|
The Freshwater Fishes of Suriname (Fauna of Suriname) Pp., Ill. ed. Edition by Jan H a Mol (Author) out of 5 stars 3 ratings. ISBN ISBN X. Why is ISBN important? ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. /5(3). Because pteridophytes produce neither flowers nor seeds, they are also referred to as "cryptogams". The pteridophytes include the ferns, horsetails, and the lycophytes (clubmosses, spikemosses, and quillworts). These are not a monophyletic group because ferns and horsetails are more closely related to seed plants than to the Rating: % positive.
Besides having various medicinal properties, the pteridophytes are also employed for a variety of commercial and environmental purposes. Some other uses are - Ferns provide natural vegetation that's important to both wildlife and birds. Various animals use the fronds as food while birds and small creatures use the plants for cover. The present book is designed for (Gen.) and (Hons.) students of all Indian university. The book is amply illustrated with diagrams. Almost all important genera are discussed giving details of structure, anatomy, developmental stages of reproductive organs from different sections like Bryophytes, Pteridophytes and Gymnospersm.
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Genre/Form: Field guides Identification: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kramer, Karl Ulrich, Pteridophytes of Suriname. Utrecht: Natuurwetenschappelijke Studiekring voor Suriname en de Nederlandse Antillen, Pteridophyta is designed to fulfill the needs of undergraduate and postgraduate students of Botany.
The current trends in the subject are explained in a simple, lucid and understandablewriting style. This book, containing a wide variety of topics discussed extensively along with a large number of review questions in every chapter, would surely be helpful to 5/5(1).
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A pteridophyte is a vascular plant (with xylem and phloem) that disperses e pteridophytes produce neither flowers nor seeds, they are sometimes referred to as "cryptogams", meaning that their means of reproduction is hidden. Ferns, horsetails (often treated as ferns), and lycophytes (clubmosses, spikemosses, and quillworts) are all m: Plantae.
Pteridophytes, also known as ‘vascular cryptogams’ and ‘ferns and fern allies’, comprise about 12 species of vascular plants that do not produce ﬂowers or seeds,Author: George Yatskievych.
ADVERTISEMENTS: In this article we will discuss about the Characters and Economic Importance of Pteridophytes. Characters of Pteridophytes: They are characterised by the following features: 1.
Plant body is a sporophyte (2n) and differentiated into true stem, leaves and roots. ADVERTISEMENTS: 2. Leaves can be microphyllous (small without forming leaf gaps in. -pteridophytes have vascular tissue -have euphylls associated with a leaf gap -rhizome -leaves/fronds -anywhere from very small to tree-sized.
What are euphylls and how did they most likely evolve?-leaves with branched veins -branches first became different lengths, then they flattened, then tissue grew between the branches.
The study of organismic diversity has witnessed an unprecedented upswing in the last two de cades. The empirical basis of botanical systematics has been broadened far beyond the realm of macromorphological traits on which systematists have based their decisions for more than years.
Electron microscopy and phytochemistry have become standard tools, rendering evi 1/5(1). NotesontheDistribution ofthePteridophytesofSuriname K.U. KramerI* As far as pteridophytes are concerned, thereis in Surinamevirtually buta singleenvironment.
The present paper deals with the geographical distribution of Suriname pteridophytes beyond the boundaries of Suriname (Fig.
2), a subject that lies beyond the scope of a local fern Flora. In the past, some (but relatively not very many) authors of fern Floras included a paragraph on the distribution of the taxa (Posthumus, ; Christensen Author: K.U.
Kramer. Pteridophytes are vascular plants which reproduce by spores. These free sporing vascular plants show a remarkable life cycle with independent gametophyte and sporophyte generations. Pteridophytes are composed of ferns and lycophytes.
Ferns consist of stems, leaves and roots. Part of the The Families and Genera of Vascular Plants book series A Chemosystematic Overview of Pteridophytes and Gymnosperms.
A Chemosystematic Overview of Pteridophytes and Gymnosperms. Gottlieb, M. Kaplan, D. Zocher, K. kubitzki. Pages Pteridophytes. Front Matter. Pages PDF. Introduction to the Treatment. The book has good pictures too. Suriname is truly an undiscovered treasure from the beautiful rainforests to the mix of people who all live side-by-side with peace.
There is no prejudice among the people who come from so many cultures, religions, and skin colors. Suriname sets an example that the rest of the world should follow!!/5(4).
Biology of Division Pteridophyta: Natural History: The Pteridophytes (spore bearing vascular plants) have been around for milloin years. The classes in this division represent some of the oldest lineages of land plants.
The Lycopodopsida (clubmoss class) was the first branch of the evolutionary tree. Concepts of Botany, Bryophytes & Pteridophytes ‐ Page 1 of 13 BIOL – Concepts of Botany Fall Bryophytes & Pteridophytes (the free‐sporing plants) Before Coming to Lab Exercise: The Free‐sporing Plants in the Field Step 1: Read the introductory remarks and list of characteristics of the Bryophytes (p.3) andFile Size: KB.
The Pteridophytes are an economically important group of plants. Some of them are. Pteridophytes are used in the horticulture. The different species of Selaginella are grown as the garden plants. Ruhmora adiantiformis is called the florist’s fern; since their leaf resists wilting they are used in the cut flower arrangements.
The Pteridophytes are an economically important group of plants. Some of them are 1. Pteridophytes are used in the horticulture. The different species of Selaginella are grown as the garden plants. Ruhmora adiantiformis is called the florist’s fer. Firstly, Pteridophytes are the vascular plants (plants having xylem and phloem) that reproduces via spores.
As they don't have flowers or seeds. They have leaves, roots, stem and sometimes trunks also. The most common example is Fern. And Fronds. Pteridophytes. Pteridophtyes are a phylum of plants. They are the vascular plants (those having xylem and phloem tissues) that reproduce by releasing spores rather than seeds, and they include the highly diverse true ferns and other graceful, primarily forest-dwelling plants.
There are about eleven thousand different species of pteridophytes, making them the most diverse land plants. ADVERTISEMENTS: Get the answer of: How did Pteridophytes Plants Originated. The pteridophytes occupy the intermediate position in between the bryophytes on one hand and the phanerogams on the other.
They possess certain combinations of major characters which are not found in bryophytes or in phanerogams. The most characteristic feature of the pteridophytes is. ADVERTISEMENTS: Pteridophytes (Gr. pteron= feather, phyton = plant) constitute the most primitive seedless vascular plants that reproduce by means of spores.
Hence, they are known as ‘vascular cryptogams’. Haeckel () called these groups of plants as “Pteridophytes” because of their pinnate or feather like fronds (leaves). Like reptiles (first true land animals that evolved ."Species concepts in pteridophytes: the treatment and definition of agamosporous species".
American Fern Journal. 79 (2): 65– doi/ JSTOR Peck, James H.; Peck, Carol J.; Farrar, Donald R. (). "Influences of life history attributes on formation of local and distant fern populations".
American Fern Journal.This site provides information about the ferns and fern allies of Africa. We give taxonomic information with literature references, synonyms, description and pictures of each taxon in the African pteridophytes. Our country map generates a checklist of the pteridophytes for each country in Africa.