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Brassicaceae

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Part of Flora of the Pan-Himalaya

  • Date Published: July 2016
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781107158986

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  • Volume 30 of the Flora of Pan-Himalaya is devoted to the mustard family (Brassicaceae or Cruciferae). The Brassicaceae is one of the most natural plant families, and it is distributed on all continents except Antarctica, though mainly in the temperate, alpine, and subarctic areas. The highest diversity of the family is in the Irano-Turanian region, followed by western North America, the Mediterranean region, the Andes of South America, and the Himalayan region. The nomenclatural novelties in this volume include the new species Lepidium densipuberulum and Sisymbrium nepalense, and the new name L. cuneiforme. Furthermore, the lectotypes of Aphragmus tibeticus, A. stewartii, Braya rubicundula, Cardamine calcicola, C. impatiens var. elongata, C. weixiensis, Draba lichiangensis, Eutrema deltoideum var. grandiflorum, E. przewalskii, E. sherriffii, Hemilophia serpens, Noccaea cochlearioides, Parrya chitralensis, Pyconplinthus uniflora, Solms-laubachia minor, and S.-L. xerophyta are newly designated.

    • A culmination of over ten years of work in collecting and identifying plants, many of which were previously unknown
    • Covers the whole Himalayan region
    • An indispensable resource for all those involved in plant conservation, biodiversity and taxonomy
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    • Date Published: July 2016
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781107158986
    • length: 612 pages
    • dimensions: 267 x 191 x 35 mm
    • weight: 1.41kg
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Foreword
    Introduction
    Preface
    Acknowledgements
    Part I. Brassicaceae:
    1. Alyssum
    2. Calymmatium
    3. Olimarabidopsis
    4. Notoceras
    5. Matthiola
    6. Aphragmus
    7. Acirostrum
    8. Arabis
    9. Arcyosperma
    10. Baimashania
    11. Dendroarabis
    12. Draba
    13. Parryodes
    14. Scapiarabis
    15. Sinoarabis
    16. Megadenia
    17. Brassica
    18. Crambe
    19. Diplotaxis
    20. Eruca
    21. Raphanus
    22. Rapistrum
    23. Sinapis
    24. Goldbachia
    25. Arabidopsis
    26. Camelina
    27. Capsella
    28. Catolobus
    29. Neslia
    30. Barbarea
    31. Cardamine
    32. Nasturtium
    33. Rorippa
    34. Chorispora
    35. Litwinowia
    36. Parrya
    37. Noccaea
    38. Conringia
    39. Crucihimalaya
    40. Ladakiella
    41. Descurainia
    42. Hornungia
    43. Ianhedgea
    44. Dontostemon
    45. Erysimum
    46. Atelanthera
    47. Braya
    48. Christolea
    49. Dilophia
    50. Euclidium
    51. Leiospora
    52. Lepidostemon
    53. Neotorularia
    54. Pycnoplinthopsis
    55. Pycnoplinthus
    56. Shangrilaia
    57. Sisymbriopsis
    58. Solms-Laubachia
    59. Strigosella
    60. Tetracme
    61. Eutrema
    62. Pegaeophyton
    63. Isatis
    64. Lepidium
    65. Megacarpaea
    66. Shehbazia
    67. Sisymbrium
    68. Smelowskia
    69. Stevenia
    70. Alliaria
    71. Didymophysa
    72. Graellsia
    73. Pseudocamelina
    74. Thlaspi
    75. Turritis
    76. Yinshania
    77. Asperuginoides
    78. Dipoma
    79. Hemilophia
    General references
    Index to scientific names.

  • Editor

    Ihsan Ali Al-Shehbaz, University of Missouri, St Louis
    Ihsan Ali Al-Shehbaz is a professor at the University of Missouri, St Louis.

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