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Supplemental notes on the American species of Passifloraceae with descriptions of new species

Ellsworth Paine Killip

Supplemental notes on the American species of Passifloraceae with descriptions of new species

by Ellsworth Paine Killip

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Published by Smithsonian Institution in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Passifloraceae.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Ellsworth P. Killip.
    SeriesContributions from the United States National Herbarium -- v. 35, pt. 1., Systematic plant studies
    ContributionsUnited States National Museum.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 23 p., 6 p. of plates :
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16090523M

    Passiflora species - Passifloraceae. There are over 60 true species with edible fruits - promising interspecific hybrids also exist. P. warmingii Maracuja mirim. NewCROP has Passion Fruit information at: description and culture notes based . Two new species of the genus Chrysotus Meigen, are described: Ch. masunagai Negrobov, Kumazawa, Tago sp. nov and Ch. saigusai Negrobov, Kumazawa & Tago sp. nov. Chrysotus parilis Parent, is recorded from Japan for the first time. An identification key to all known species of the genus Chrysotus of Japan is presented together with a tree diagram .

    Morphological characterization of Colombian Passiflora species 2 Acta Agronómica 58(3) Introduction The genus Passiflora L., the most important of the Passifloraceae family, is distributed in tropical and subtropical regions from sea level to altitutdes greater than m.a.s.l., however. D.B. Rodriguez-Amaya, in Encyclopedia of Food Sciences and Nutrition (Second Edition), Species and Cultivars. Passion fruit belongs to the Passifloraceae family, which consists of 12 genera and over species, widely distributed in tropical America, Asia, and Africa. Passiflora, the principal genus, has approximately known species, about 50–60 of which bear edible .

    The Passiflora genus contains the highest number of species in Passifloraceae with edible fruit ; in addition, the plants of this genus have desirable organoleptic properties. At the early 20th century, two major technical monographs laid the modern foundation for Passiflora systematics, including works by Harms [ 5 ] and Killip [ 6 ].Cited by: 7. Map of distribution of Passifloraceae specimens for 3, collections in the five biogeographic regions in Colombia. Points on the map represent sites of collection. Figure 2. Percentual number of the threat status of Passifloraceae native species under the IUCN criteria. Distribution, diversity and in situ conservation of Colombian.


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Supplemental notes on the American species of Passifloraceae with descriptions of new species by Ellsworth Paine Killip Download PDF EPUB FB2

Title. The American species of Passifloraceae, Related Titles. Series: Publication (Field Museum of Natural History: ) ; Series: Publication (Field Museum of Natural History: ).

Botanical series ; v. 19, pt. PDF | Passiflora macrophylla Spruce ex Mast., a small weak tree from Ecuador and Colombia, is described and illustrated. Its history and cultivation are | Find, read and cite all the research.

Book: The American species of Passifloraceae. No Abstract: This is a title only record which contains no abstract. Please see the bibliographic details to the by: Killip, E.P. & Cuatrecasas, J. () Supplemental notes on the American species of Passifloraceae with descriptions of new species.

bulletin bulletin of the United States National Museum   Passiflora contracta, a new species from coastal forests of Brazil, is described and illustrated. Based on recent collections,Passiflora hypoglauca andP.

luetzelburgii, two rare and overlooked species last collected in the 19th century, have had their descriptions emended, are illustrated here for the first time, and have had their distributions by: In most of the species of Plectostemma the limen is similar to the nectar ring within which it is situated.

In a few species of this subgenus it has the form of a thin membrane attached to the floor of the tube at the base of the gynophore and more. The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.

The American species of Passifloraceae, By. Killip, Ellsworth Paine. Publication Details [Chicago] Year. If you are generating a PDF of a journal article or book. Passiflora L. is the most diverse genus of Passifloraceae in this country, where there are native species (Cervi et al. This work describes and illustrates P.

kikiana Cervi & Linsingen, a new species from the Brazilian Amazon that belongs to subg. Passiflora, supersect. Several species night flowering and pollinated by bats. Notes on delimitation The Passifloraceae is placed in the Malpighiales, by DNA-sequences of the atpB and rbcL gene, together with 28() families which also occur in the Neotropics, including the Euphorbiaceae, Flacourtiaceae, Malpighiaceae, Rhizophoraceae, Salicaceae and Violaceae.

Supplemental notes on the American species of Passifloraceae with descriptions of new species. Washington: Smithsonian Institution, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ellsworth Paine Killip; United States National Museum.

The Passifloraceae are a family of flowering plants, containing about species classified in around 27 genera. They include trees, shrubs, lianas, and climbing plants, and are mostly found in tropical regions.

The family takes its name from the passion flower genus which includes the edible passion fruit, as well as garden plants such as maypop and running pop.

Passiflora vines and Dryas iulia Clade: Tracheophytes. A new red-flowered species of Passiflora, P. cristalina Vanderpl. & Zappi, is described from the tropical rainforest of Mato Grosso, Brazil. The species is illustrated and its affinities with related species are discussed, and a key to the species of supersect.

Distephana to which it belongs is by: 8. The specimens morphologically resemble P. malacophylla Masters ( ), but proved to belong to a new species. The aim of this paper is to describe this new species of Passiflora from the Brazilian Amazon.

Leia na íntegra. Voltar. The 25 species of Passifloraceae named by Vellozo in Flora Fluminensis are listed below; the accepted names are in boldface. The analysis was based on the plates and Latin diagnoses in Vellozo's (, ) works and the names have been reviewed and updated to reflect current nomenclatural and taxonomic perspectives.

Passifloraceae, the passion-flower family, in the order Malpighiales, containing 16 genera and species of herbaceous or woody vines, shrubs, and trees, mostly of warm regions. Passifloraceae is most highly developed in the Neotropics and in Africa. The largest genus in the family is Passiflora, the passion-flower genus.

The American species of Passifloraceae Item Preview remove-circle EMBED (for hosted blogs and item description> tags) This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library. See also WorldCat (this item) plus. Supplemental notes on the American species of Passifloraceae, with descriptions of new species, by E.P.

KillipA taxonomic revision of the Humiriaceae, by J. CuatrecasasOrigins of the flora of southern Brazil, by L.B. SmithA synopsis of the American Velloziaceae, by L.B. SmithSynopsis of the South American species of Vismia.

PASSIFLORA MARKIANA, A NEW SPECIES OF PASSIFLORACEAE FROM ECUADOR A. Katie Hansen Section of Integrative Biology, The University of Texas, Austin, Texas Abstract: A new species of Passiflora was collected while doing fieldwork in Zamora­ Chinchipe Province in Ecuador in It is placed in subgenus Passiflora, series Lobatae.

A list of all accepted names in Passifloraceae is available in CSV format. Statistics. Species of Passifloraceae contained within The Plant List belong to 27 plant genera.

The Plant List includes 2, scientific plant names of species rank for the family Passifloraceae. Of these are accepted species names. Descriptions of New Species and a New Genus of South American Eumolpidae, with Remarks on some of the Genera.

Transactions of the Entomological Society of London – DOI: /jtbx. The American Species of Passifloraceae. Publication Field Museum of Natural History – Botanical Series 30 (). Vanderplank, R. J. R. () A revision of Passiflora Section Dysosmia, Passifloraceae.

Botanical Magazine 30 (4): – Yockteng, R. & Nadota, S. Phylogenetic relationships among Passiflora species based on the.Nunes, T. (). Neotropical Passifloraceae.

Morphology Description Climbing herbs or lianas with axillary tendrils, shrubs or trees, rarely forked or with adhesive discs at apices of tendrils.

Leaves simple or rarely compound, alternate, stipulate (rarely absent), petiole glandless or with glands (); laminas unlobed or lobed, edge entire or serrate, with or without glands.Passifloraceae[‚pasəflə′rāsē‚ē] (botany) A family of dicotyledonous, often climbing plants in the order Violales; flowers are polypetalous and hypogynous with a corona, and seeds are arillate with an oily endosperm.

passionflower passionflower The whole plant, including the fruit and amazing-looking flower are edible. 10 white petals.