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(1.)   Australian Biological Resources Study, (Edit.)     [ 1998 ]
Flora of Australia. Vol. 48. Ferns, Gymnosperms and Allied Groups
This is the first comprehensive, Australia-wide treatment of non-flowering vascular plants in more than 100 years, and represents the efforts of 18 contributors from Australia and oversea.
XXII+766 pages, 66 colour plates, 149 b/w-plates, 609 maps, hardcover, engl.
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(2.)   Beaman, John H., &, Edwards, Peter J.     [ 2007 ]
Ferns of Kinabalu. An Introduction
The checklist in this volume notes 590 taxa. The 100 species, subspecies and varieties described and illustrated in this volume comprise about 17% of the Kinabalu ferns.
198 pages, ill., hardcover, engl.
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(3.)   Beentje, Henk J.     [ 2008 ]
Flora of Tropical East Africa. Hymenophyllaceae
34 pages, 13 illustr, Paper bound, engl. (Edit: Beentje, H.J., &, Ghazanfar, S.A.)
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(4.)   Beentje, Henk J., &, Ghazanfar, Shahina A., (Eds.)     [ 2006 ]
Flora of Tropical East Africa. Thelypteridaceae
pages, ill., Paper bound, engl.
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(5.)   Beentje, Henk J., &, Ghazanfar, Shahina A., (Eds.)     [ 2006 ]
Flora of Tropical East Africa. Blechnaceae
12 pages, 2 figs., Paper bound, engl.
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(6.)   Beentje, Henk J., &, Ghazanfar, Shahina A., (Eds.)     [ 2007 ]
Flora of Tropical East Africa. Dryopteridaceae
54 pages, line drawings, Paper bound, engl.
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(7.)   Beentje, Henk J., (Edit.)     [ 2008 ]
Flora of Tropical East Africa. Aspleniaceae
75 pages, 11 b/w plates, 1 map, Paper bound, engl. (Edit: Beentje, H.J., &, Ghazanfar, S.A.)
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(8.)   Bennert, H. Wilfried, unter Mitarbeit von, Horn, Karsten, Benemann, J., &, Heiser, T.     [ 1999 ]
Die seltenen und gefährdeten Farnpflanzen Deutschlands - Biologie, Verbreitung, Schutz
Dargestellt am Beispiel der Farnpflanzen wird mit diesem Buch erstmalig eine umfassende und systematisch angelegte Untersuchung zur Ökologie und Populationsbiologie gefährdeter Arten vorgelegt, die im Rahmen eines vom Bundesamt für Naturschutz geförderten Forschungsvorhabens durchgeführt wurde. Bislang gibt es für keine Pflanzengruppe in Mitteleuropa Vergleichbares. Der Schwerpunkt liegt auf der Präsentation der für zahlreiche Einzelvorkommen erhobenen Geländedaten. Enthalten sind aber auch Darstellungen zur Morphologie, Systematik, Cytologie und Verbreitung. Damit ist eine einzigartige Datensammlung entstanden, die als eine Art "Biologische Flora" auf alle naturschutzrelevanten Fragen bei den behandelten 45 Arten Auskunft gibt.
381 pages, 303 z. T. farb. Abb, hardcover, dt. (Edit: Bundesamt für Naturschutz)
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(9.)   Bir, S. S., &, Verma, S. C.     [ 2010 ]
Chromosome Atlas of the Indian Pteridophytes (1951-2009)
Contents: Frontispieces I-II. Imprimis. Acknowledgements. Forewords I-III. Introduction: 1. Pteridophytic vegetations in India. 2. Taxonomy of Indian pteridophytes. 3. Census of Indian pteridophytes. 4. Chromosome number and taxonomy. 5. Polyploidy and related issues. 6. Orthospecies and nothospecies. 7. Cytology of Indian pteridophytes. 8. The chromosome atlas. 9. Phytogeographic approach. Alphabetic listing of generic names. Lists of chromrsome numbers: I. Lycophytina (Lycopsida): Family: 1. Huperziaceae. 2. Family: Lycopodiaceae. 3. Family: Selaginellaceae. 4. Family: Isoetaceae. II. Sphenophytina (Sphenoepsida): Family: Equisetaceae. III. Psilophytina (Psilotopsida) Family: Psilotaceae. . IV. Filicophytina (Filicopsida): Family: 1. Helminthostachyaceae. 2. Botrychiaceae. 3. Ophioglossaceae. 4. Angiopteridaceae. 5. Maratticeae. 6. Osmandeceae. 7. Plagiogygriaceae. 8. Gleicheniaceae. 9. Grammitaceae. 10. Loxogrammaceae. 11. Polypodiaceae. 12. Dipteradeceae. 13. Schizacaceae. 14. Lygodiaceae. 15. Sinopteridaceae. 16. Cryptogrammaceae. 17. Actiniopteridaceae. 18. Pteridaceae. 19. Adiantaceae. 20. Hemionitidaceae. 21. Vittaraceae. . 22. Parkeriaceae. 23. Marsileaceae. 24. Hymenophyllaceae. 25. Cyatheaceae. 26. Dennstaeditiaceae. 27. Hypolepidaceae. 28. Lindsaeaceae. 29. Thelypteridaceae. 30. Aspleniaceae. 31. Onocleaceae. 32. Woodsiaceae. 33. Athyriaceae. 34. Aspidiaceae. 35. Lomariopsidaceae. 36. Elaphoglossaceae. 37. Nephrolepidaceae. 38. Oleandraceae. 39. Davalliaceae. 40. Blechnaceae. 41. Azollaceae. 42. Salviniaceae. Addendum. Application of cytological data in the understanding of evolutionary sequence and phylogeny of the Indian fern families and genera. Appendix: 1. Chromosome number reports of ferns of Pakistan. 2. Chromosome number reports of members of Pteris Linn. References. Index.The present compilation of the chromosome atlas of the Indian pteridophytes is the first work on the subject concerning the recorded chromosome numbers of fern and fern allies investigated in Indian and that too by the Indian scientists. The data generated and nearly 100% available for the period 1951 to 2009 is included in the book. It was in 1950-1951 the two centres of research on cytology of the Indian pteridophytes were established at Punjab and Kerala universities when a number of Ph.D. scholars were engaged on the chromosomal analysis of wild pteridophytic floras of the Himalayas and South Indian Mountains (Western ghats) respectively. Subsequently strong centres of cytology of pteridophytes were also established in the universities at Patiala, Patna, Pune etc. Time to time research papers started appearing on the results obtained about chromosome numbers in various Indian and foreign publications. The total information was recorded in the chromosome atlases published from Italy (Firenze) and Germany (Vauduz) but these included only the information about the chromosome numbers and about the bibliographic references.When the present work was taken up in the year 2000, it was decided that information about the region, place and localities must be given for each species. Though the task was highly difficult to get an access to the original papers of the authors yet the goal was achieved and full information is provided in the present chromosome atlas. It is unique one in the world in its own category. Additionally, detailed information on cytological results is also provided where these are conflicting. Apart from nearly all the investigated regions of India, the chromosomal information is also provided for Pakistan, Nepal and Bhutan whose territorial areas constitute parts of the Himalayas.In all 150 genera, 910 species and c. 1100 taxa are included in the text of the book. This makes about 90% of the total recorded pterodiophytic taxa from India. The present chromosome atlas should be highly useful to the future scientists who undertake research work on the genetic material of the vegetation composed of fern and fern allies.
XX+346 pages, hardcover, engl.
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(10.)   Boletim do Instituto de Botânica     [ 2000 ]
No. 13
Contents: Anthocerotophyta E Hepatophyta de Mangaratiba E Angra Dos Reis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The Genus Pteris L. (Pteridaceae) in Brazil.
199 pages, many figures, maps, Paper bound, port./engl. , Sao Paulo ()
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