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(11.)   Farjon, Aljos     [ 2005 ]
A Bibliography of Conifers
First published in 1990, this second edition has been greatly expanded from 2.130 to 3.787 references to published literature.
218 pages, hardcover, engl. , 2. ed.
 
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(12.)   Farjon, Aljos     [ 2005 ]
A Monograph of Cupressaceae & Sciadopitys
Consisting of 30 genera and 133 species, this is the only Gymnosperm family with world-wide distribution. All species are described with information on nomenclature, types, distribution, ecology, conservation, cited specimens, taxonomic notes and distribution maps...The authors beautiful full-page line-drawings, of every species, are superbly reproduced, and a particular feature of this book, making it a work of art to be treasured by the botanic bibliophile.
648 pages, numerous line drawings, hardcover, engl.
 
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(13.)   Farjon, Aljos     [ 2005 ]
Pines: Drawings and Descriptions of the Genus Pinus
There has been a steady demand for the first edition of the conifer book PINES, which sold out in 2002. Therefore, a second edition, which is a modest update, was written. The book PINES was never an attempt at monograph in the taxonomic sense. Rather it was an overview with line drawings of the commonly known species of pines, giving concise but essential information on identification, distribution and ecology. Introductory texts explained botanical characteristics of pines and a chapter on classification, one on phylogeny and biogeography, and a glossary, index and short bibliography completed the book. This scope and structure have been maintained in the second edition. It was necessary to make several taxonomic changes, to add or omit a few species, present a new chapter on phylogeny and classification and amend or correct, even expand, some of the information given in the first edition, especially in the species accounts. Conservation aspects have been added to species accounts in a concise format, following IUCN evaluations. The author has maintained the original drawings and made amendments only to correct errors, drawings for additional species have been added in the same style. The book contains a total of 92 drawings and 103 distribution maps. With these amendments the information should have been updated to a satisfactory level, without altering the original format and scope.
235 pages, 90 planches, hardcover, engl. , 2. ed.
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(14.)   Farjon, Aljos     [ 2017 ]
A Handbook of the World''s Conifers. 2 vols
Conifers are known to everyone as a conspicuous kind of evergreen trees or shrubs that feature prominently in gardens and parks as well as in many managed forests in the cool to cold temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. Numerous books have been written about them and continue to appear, mostly with a bias towards these uses in Europe and North America. This new handbook of the conifers is departing from this traditional approach in that it includes all the world''s 615 species of conifers, of which some 200 occur in the tropics. It gives as much information about these and the Southern Hemisphere conifers as about the better known species, drawing on research into the taxonomy, biology, ecology, distribution and uses by the author over nearly 30 years. The result is a truly encyclopedic work, a true handbook of all the world''s conifers, richly illustrated by the author with his line drawings and photographs taken from the natural habitats of the species.
1112 pages, many colur photos and bw-plates, hardcover, engl. , 2. updated and revised. ed.
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(15.)   Farjon, Aljos, &, Filer, Denis     [ 2013 ]
An Atlas of the World''s Conifers
An Atlas of the World''s Conifers is the first ever atlas of all known conifer species. It is based on locality information of ca. 37,000 collected herbarium specimens held in scientific institutions. As well as providing natural distribution maps for each species, Farjon and Filer give the reader comprehensive insight into the biogeography, diversity and conservation status of conifers on all continents, dispelling the widely held view that they are primarily a northern boreal plant group. Conifer diversity is analysed and presented with a taxonomic and geographic perspective. Distribution patterns are interpreted using the latest information on continental drift, dispersal and phylogeny. The entire dataset supporting the Atlas can be consulted and verified online. These data can also be used for further research and are an invaluable resource for anyone working on conifer systematics, biogeography or conservation. An Atlas of the World''s Conifers indicates the known distribution of all conifers including an analysis of their biogeography, diversity and conservation status.
512 pages, hardcover, engl.
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(16.)   Farjon, Aljos, Perez de la Rosa, Jorge A., &, Styles, Brian T.     [ 1998 ]
A field guide to the Pines of Mexico and Central America
Pinus are among the most important timber producing trees in the world and there are more than 100 species distributed widely in the Northern Hemisphere. This field guide is based upon a critical taxonomic study and presented in an easy to use form.
147 pages, Softcover, engl.
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(17.)   Fedorov, An. A., (Editor-in-Chief)     [ 1999 ]
Flora of Russia - The European Part and bordering regions. Introduction. Vol. 1. Lycopodiophyta - Magnoliophyta (Poales)
Vol. 1 includes a broad introduction highlighting the rationale of publication of this series, a dichotomous key for identification of all families of higher plants and treatment of the divisions Lycopodiophyta, Equisetophyta, Polypodiophyta, Pinophyta and Magnoliophyta (= Angiospermae), in part (Poaceae). It covers 27 families, 167 genera, and 650 species and subspecies.
558 pages, ill., hardcover, engl.
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(18.)   Flora of North America Editorial Committee, (Edit.)     [ 1993 ]
Flora of North America, Volume 2. Pteridophytes and Gymnosperms
This is the second volume of what will be a magnificent compendium of taxonomic information about the more than 17,000 species of plants that grow in the United States and Canada. Volume 2 presents taxonomic treatments for the pteridophytes and gymnosperms (whisk ferns, horsetails, clubmosses, ferns, cycads, ginkgos, conifers, and gnetophytes). As in the first volume, identification keys, summaries of habitats and geographic ranges, distribution maps, pertinent synonymies, descriptions, chromosome numbers, phenological information, and other significant details are given for each species. Line drawings are included for species with special morphological characteristics. Treatments are written and reviewed by distinguished experts in systematic botany and are based on original observations of herbarium specimens supplemented by critical reviews of the literature. The 12 volumes that will comprise this compendium are uniquely important in that no comprehensive flora of North America currently exists. This volume is an essential addition to the libraries of professional and amateur botanists and plant taxonomists. - Revision of nearly 80 of the taxa to reflect recent classification changes. - Gymnosperm treatments encompass 118 species in 22 genera.- More than 600 carefully edited distribution maps.- Over 65 illustration plates throughout.
XVI+475 pages, ill, hardcover, engl.
 
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(19.)   Flora of North America Editorial Committee, (Edit.)     [ 2014 ]
Flora of North America. Vol. 28. Bryophytes. Mosses part 2
- Completes the treatment of mosses (started in FNA vol. 27: Bryophyta, part 1) for the Flora area
XXI+702 pages, many figures and maps, hardcover, engl.
- Includes treatments prepared by 44 authors covering 698 species in 206 genera classified in 48 families
 
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(20.)   Frey, Wolfgang, (Edit.)     [ 2015 ]
Syllabus of Plant Families. Part 4. Pinopsida (Gymnosperms). Magnoliopsida (Angiosperms) p.p.: Subclass Magnoliidae [Amorellanae to Magnolianae], Lilianae p.p. (Acorales to Aparagales)]
Part 4 of Engler''s Syllabus of Plant Families- Pinopsida (Gymnosperms) and Magnoliopsida (Angiosperms) p.p.: Subclass Magnoliidae [Amborellanae to Magnolianae, Lilianae p.p. (Acorales to Asparagales)] provides a thorough treatise of the world-wide morphological and molecular diversity of the Gymnosperms and the first part of the Angiosperms [Magnoliidae: Amborellanae to Magnolianae, Lilianae p.p. (Acorales to Asparagales).] The description of the Gymnosperms, including the extinct diversity, is the first synthesis of classical anatomical-morphological characters with modern molecular data, combined with the numerous new discoveries of fossils, especially from China, made during the last ten years. The Angiosperms are the most diverse group of plants and form nearly 95% of the global vegetation from arctic tundra, resp. subantarctic vegetation formations, to tropical rainforests. There is actually no comprehensive survey covering all families and genera of angiosperms. Engler''s Syllabus is an attempt to fill this gap by covering all angiosperms in two volumes arranged according to the most recent phylogenetic system of APG III (2009). In this first volume (Part 4 of the Syllabus) all families and genera of Magnoliids are described. The monocotyledonous families are covered by the orders Acorales and Alismatales as well as all groups of Liliid orders and families (Petrosaviales, Dioscoreales, Pandanales, Liliales and Asparagales). The Orchidaceae are included with a fully revised and modern treatise, thus representing one of the two most species-rich families of plants. The remaining monocotyledonous groups (Arecales, Commelinales, Poales, Zingiberales and Dasypogonales) and the core eudicotyledons will be treated in Part 5 of the Syllabus of Plant Families. This up-to-date overview of the Pinopsida (Gymnosperms) and Magnoliopsida (Angiosperms) p.p. (Subclass Magnoliidae p.p.) will be of service in the reference literature for a long time. Engler''s Syllabus of Plant Families has since its first publication in 1887 aimed to provide both the researcher, and particularly the student with a concise survey of the plant kingdom as a whole, presenting all higher systematic units right down to families and genera of plants and fungi. In 1954, more than 60 years ago, the 12th edition of the well-known Syllabus der Pflanzenfamilien (Syllabus of Plant Families), set a standard. Now, the completely restructured and revised 13th edition of Engler''s Syllabus published in 5 parts and in English language for the first time also considers molecular data, which have only recently become available in order to provide an up-to-date evolutionary and systematic overview of the plant groups treated. In our molecular times there is a vitally important and growing need to preserve the knowledge of the entire range of diversity and biology of organisms for coming generations, as there is a decline in classical morphological and taxonomical expertise, especially for less popular (showy) groups of organisms. Accordingly, the 13th edition of Syllabus of Plant Families synthesizes both modern data and classical expertise, serving to educate future experts who will maintain our knowledge of the full range of Earth''s biodiversity. Syllabus of Plant Families is a mandatory reference for students, experts and researchers from all fields of biological sciences, particularly botany.
XI+495 pages, 127 colour plates, 1 table, hardcover, engl. (Syllabus of Plant Families, 4)
 
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