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The third installment of the Flora of Micronesia includes a brief introduction with acknowledgments and references to the previously published parts of the flora. A floristic taxonomic account of the Convolvulaceae of Micronesia is given, with descriptions, keys, synonymy, ethnobotany (including vernacular names and uses), and citations of geographic records and herbarium specimens.
|Statement||[by] F. Raymond Fosberg and Marie-Hélène Sachet|
|Series||Smithsonian contributions to botany -- no. 36, Smithsonian contributions to botany -- no. 36.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||34|
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Get this from a library. Flora of Micronesia. 3, Convolvulaceae. [F Raymond Fosberg; Marie-Hélène Sachet; Smithsonian Institution. Press,] -- The third installment of the Flora of Micronesia includes a brief introduction with acknowledgments and references to the previously published parts of the flora.
A floristic taxonomic account of the. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fosberg, F. Raymond (Francis Raymond), Flora of Micronesia. 3, convolvulaceae (OCoLC) N1 - The third installment of the Flora of Micronesia includes a brief introduction with acknowledgments and references to the previously published parts of the flora.
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A floristic taxonomic account of the Convolvulaceae of Micronesia is given, with descriptions, keys, synonymy, ethnobotany (including vernacular names and uses), and citations of. Boletim de Botanica da Universidade de Sao Flora of Micronesia, Volume Flora de Grao-Mogol, Minas Gerais Parte IV: Briofitas, Angiospermas: Amaranthaceae, Convolvulaceae, Cyperaceae, Malvaceae, Melastomataceae, Memecylaceae e familias U-X by Various and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Polynesian Plant Studies (Smithsonian Contributions to Botany, Number 21) by Fosberg, F.
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Family: Convolvulaceae Juss. Genus: Ipomoea L. Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam.; Sweet potato is a member of the morning glory family (Convolvulaceae) and is therefore not closely related to potato (Solanum tuberosum), which is a member of mes known by the common name yam, sweet potato should not be confused with Dioscorea species, which are also known as yams but belong to a.
FOSBERG, F. and MARIE-HLENE SACHET, Flora of Micronesia, 3: Convolvulaceae. Smithsonian Contributions to Botany, num - Smithsonian Institution Press City of Washington [Washington, D.C.
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Operculina turpethum (convolvulaceae) as a medicinal plant in Asia Daniel F. Austin 1 Economic Botany vol pages – () Cite this articleCited by: The vascular plant flora of the Cocos (Keeling) Islands consists of approximately 61 species native to the 22 vegetated islands and about 69 introduced species, most of which are confined to the two larger inhabited islands, Home Island and West are no plant species endemic to the islands; however, one variety of Pandanus tectorius is only found growing on these islands.
Ipomoea mauritiana, the giant potato, is a type of morning glory plant. Like the sweet potato, it belongs to the genus grows as a vine. Its origins are uncertain, but it has been recorded in West Africa, including in Gambia and the riparian forests of Benin, as well as Australia's Northern is naturalised in many parts of the world, including : Convolvulaceae.
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