2 edition of phytogeography of Nebraska found in the catalog.
phytogeography of Nebraska
by The Botanical Seminar, Botanical Survey of Nebraska in Lincoln, Neb
Written in English
|Statement||by Roscoe Pound and Frederic E. Clements.|
|Contributions||Clements, Frederic E. 1874-1945.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||442 p. :|
|Number of Pages||442|
Book Description: The cucurbits (Cucurbitaceae, or gourd family), which include squash, pumpkin, melon, cucumber, and watermelon, have long been of economic significance. A Problem in Phytogeography (pp. ) gourd (Figure 1) is a xerophytic, perennial cucurbit, ranging from Guanajuato in central Mexico in the south through Nebraska. Nebraska in on the basis of his extensive work with fungi and lichens, having already written (in cooperation with Clements) The Phytogeography of Nebraska, a path .
The Phytogeography of Nebraska (; second edition, ) Research Methods in Ecology () Plant Physiology and Ecology () Clements, F.E. & Clements, E.G. Rocky Mountain Flowers. An illustrated guide for plant-lovers and plant-users. New York: H.W. Wilson. BHL Reference page. Plant Succession () Plant Indicators (). A night owl on an evening stroll, post-party drunks, insomniac superheroes — all noctivagant in our book. ombrophobous “With reference to their behavior toward precipitation, plants are ombrophilous, or rain-loving, or ombrophobous, or rain-fearing.” Roscoe Pound, Frederic Edward Clements, “Physiography,” Phytogeography of Nebraska.
only species found in Nebraska. A. alba is found in Florida and A. platyceras is mainly Mexican. That the same plant appears under different names on different pages is a rather common occurrence in Harshberger's book. Only a few instances may be mentioned, as Alnus incana, on page , and A. tenuifolia, on ; Agropyron divergens, on ThriftBooks sells millions of used books at the lowest everyday prices. We personally assess every book's quality and offer rare, out-of-print treasures. We deliver the joy of reading in % recyclable packaging with free standard shipping on US orders over $
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Book Reviews Scientific Books. The Phytogeography of Nebraska. By ARTHUR HOLLICK. See all Hide authors and affiliations. Science 21 Jun Vol. 13, Issuepp. DOI: /science Article; Info. The Phytogeography of Nebraska Roscoe Pound Botanical Survey of Nebraska Frederic E.
Clements University of Nebraska - Lincoln of the book, summing up the results and effects of all previous observations. Id the appendix certain corrections are made in:elevations of various points, and the nomen.
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Title: Scientific Literature: The Phytogeography of Nebraska: Book Authors: Pound, Roscoe; Clements, Frederic E. Review Author: Britton, Elizabeth G. The Phytogeography of Nebraska, Part 1 by Roscoe Pound,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
Here in American plant geography began as Pound read Oscar Drude's Handbuch der Pflanzengeographie () and went on to the close collaboration in field work with Clements that produced a classic pioneer study, The Phytogeography of Nebraska (). More editions of Phytogeography Of Nebraska: I.
General Survey: Phytogeography Of Nebraska: I. General Survey: ISBN () Softcover, Nabu Press, results. Clements and Pound submitted Phytogeography as their joint doctoral dissertation. It didn't include quantitative results, but the later book of the same name included data collected by the then new quadrat method.
Pound received his doctorate in (the second awarded by the University of Nebraska - one awarded in physics in. Edith Gertrude Clements (–), also known as Edith S.
Clements and Edith Schwartz Clements, was an American botanist and pioneer of botanical ecology who was the first woman to be awarded a Ph.D. by the University of Nebraska. She was married to botanist Frederic Clements, with whom she collaborated throughout her professional er they founded Born: Edith Gertrude Schwartz,Albany, New York.
Review of The Phytogeography of Nebraska. General Survey, by Roscoe Pound This book of pages embodies an attempt to combine the text-book proper with the lab- oratory manual in such proportions as to meet the demand of the beginner.
It is contended. Biography. Born in Lincoln, Nebraska, he studied botany at the University of Nebraska, graduating in and obtaining a doctorate in (One of his teachers was botanist Charles Bessey, and he was a classmate of Willa Cather and Roscoe Pound.)While at the University of Nebraska, he met Edith Gertrude Schwartz (–), also a botanist and ecologist, and they were Born: SeptemLincoln, Nebraska.
PDF | On Jan 1,Vicki A. Funk and others published Quantitative Approaches to Phytogeography, P. Nims and T. Crovello (eds.). Kluwer Academic Publishers Group,The Netherlands [book.
Nebraska bar even as he continued his study of botany. He taught law at the University of Nebraska from tobut also served as the director of Nebraska’s state botanical survey. Along with a fellow botanist, Pound wrote a path-breaking book on plant life in Nebraska,Phytogeography of Nebraska (),2.
Along with a fellow botanist, Pound wrote a path-breaking book on plant life in Nebraska, Phytogeography of Nebraska (),2 treating botany not as a sterile field concerned only with taxonomy and classification, but rather encompassing an understanding of the organic and evolutionary relationship among all plant life.The book may well find a place in public and school libraries, and is commended for popular reading.- C.
R. B. The phytogeography of Nebraska.4 THIS is a distinct and noteworthy addition to the ecological plant geog- raphy of this country. It is a .Pound became a member of the Nebraska bar even as he continued his study of botany.
He taught law at the University of Nebraska from tobut also served as the director of Nebraska’s state botanical sur-vey. Along with a fellow botanist, Pound wrote a path-breaking book on plant life in Nebraska, Phytogeography of Nebraska(),2.