2 edition of Gossypium in pre-Linnaean literature found in the catalog.
Gossypium in pre-Linnaean literature
Humphrey John Denham
|Statement||by H.J. Denham, M.A.|
|Series||Botanical memoirs., no. 2|
|LC Classifications||QK495.G68 D45|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||agr22000062|
Gossypium hirsutum L. was named due to its hairiness (hirsute), although it has also been referred to as Gossypium hirsutum ssp. latifolium, Gossypium hirsutum var. punctatum, Gossypium jamaicense, Gossypium mexicanum, Gossypium morrillii, Gossypium punctatum, Gossypium purpurascens, Gossypium religiosum, Gossypium schottii, Gossypium. The two tetraploid cotton species that originated in the New World now contribute more than 90% of cotton produced in the world. The wild species of cotton are potential source of resistance to biotic (insects and diseases) and abiotic stresses like salinity, cold, drought, heat (Yik and Birchfield, , Narayanan and Singh, ).
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Denham, Humphrey John. Gossypium in pre-Linnaean literature. London, New York [etc.] H. Milford, Oxford Gossypium in pre-Linnaean literature book Press, Taxonomic literature can be divided into Pre-Linnaean and Post-Linnaean literature, with Post-Linnaean literature being those works published after Carl Linnaeus developed his famous naming and classification schema, binomial nomenclature.
This week’s book of the week, Historia Vermium, is an interesting example of a Pre-Linnaean text. Cotton (Gossypium spp.), a leading natural fiber, is a major cash crop in the world and is grown commercially in more than 50 countries. China, India, USA, Pakistan and.
We present an overview of the taxonomy of Gossypium L. (the cotton genus) and its evolutionary ium contains more Gossypium in pre-Linnaean literature book 50 recognized species, including several recently described, distributed in arid to semiarid regions of the tropics and subtropics.
Diversity in Gossypium has been promoted by two seemingly unlikely processes: transoceanic, long‐distance dispersal and Cited by: The development of a cotton textile industry in Ethiopia based upon increased national production of raw cotton is gradually taking place.
The study of the cottons of Ethiopia is a necessary step in the breeding of suitable varieties. Cotton has been grown and used in Ethiopia since ancient times, and hand spinning and weaving is still a well established and widespread by: Type: specimen cultivated at Chelsea Physic Garden, Miller s.n.
annotated “Gossypium hirsutum LM” in Miller’s hand (BM!, lecto.) Habit Shrubs 1–2 m (or more) tall, usually widely branching, ± stellate-pubescent, sometimes densely so. Archived Publications. Applied Turfgrass Science (–) Crop Management (–) Forage & Grazinglands (–) Journal of Production Agriculture (–).
The main emphasis of the collection is on plant taxonomic literature, current and retrospective, collected in all languages. Reference Collection The reference collection contains more than 3, volumes of reference works, including dictionaries, encyclopedias, handbooks, indexes, and bibliographies.
Sturtevant Pre-Linnaean Collection. Two genes, gl 2 and gl 3, were found responsible for glandlessness (absence of pigment glands) in the cotton plant, Gossypium hirsutum L. A third gene, gl 1, is inherited independently and is masked by the action of gl 2 and gl essness is recessive in the seedling stage but partially dominant in the mature stage.
Glandless cottonseed, previously found associated with absence of. Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) pollen is highly sensitive to water, rupturing within 1 to 2 min of s sprayed with known volumes of water showed that a single spray with 1 mL of water reduced seed set by 55%.
Additional spray applications resulted in. The Linnean Society of London is a learned society dedicated to the study and dissemination of information concerning natural history, evolution, and possesses several important biological specimen, manuscript and literature collections, and publishes academic journals and books on plant and animal biology.
The society also awards a number of prestigious medals and prizes. ***PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE LISTING BELOW BEFORE ORDERING*** Black-leaved cotton--generally known by the botanical name Gossypium herbaceum Nigrum or Nigra--produces near-black foliage and months of hibiscus-like pink flowers that are followed by.
gossypium-hirsutum definition: Proper noun Gossypium hirsutum n 1. A taxonomic species within the family Malvaceae — upland cotton, native to Central America, widely cultivated worldwide. Introduction. Cotton is the most important fiber crop plant in the world.
Four species were domesticated and remain under cultivation today, the New World allopolyploids um and ense (2n = 52), and the Old World diploids um and eum (2n = 26) [1–2].The primary cultivated species is Upland cotton (um L.), which accounts for more than 90% of global cotton.
gossypetin definition: Noun (plural gossypetins) 1. (organic chemistry) A flavonol found in the flowers and calyx of Hibiscus sabdariffa, with strong antibacterial activity.
gossypiboma definition: Noun (plural gossypibomas) 1. (surgery) A gauze or surgical sponge left inside a patient's body during gossypiboma obstructed the patient's From Latin gossypium, "cotton", and Swahili boma, "concealment". White Cotton 25 Seeds - Gossypium Hirsutum Cotton Plant, Easy Grow Perennial Shrub Upland Cotton, Winter Hardy Showy Flowers Plants, Mexican Cotton Seeds Reviews: ().
An anonymous pre-Linnaean herbarium among the “treasures” of the “Civica and A. Ursino Recupero” joint library of Catania (Italy) Plant Biosystems - An International Journal Dealing with all Aspects of Plant Biology: Vol.No.
6, pp. it does serve as a placeholder in the pre-Linnaean literature and certainly this plate, taken as a whole deserves our attention. It is well executed and detailed; furthermore, it includes a wide array of other fungi. In addition to the Hypoxylon, it shows several species of. Definition of gossypium herbaceum in the dictionary.
Meaning of gossypium herbaceum. What does gossypium herbaceum mean. Information and translations of gossypium herbaceum in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web. Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) is the third largest oilseed crop in the world and also a source of relatively high-quality protein (Campbell et al., ).
Globulins (salt soluble, vicilin, and legumin families) are the major dominant storage proteins in cottonseed and account for 60%–70% of seed proteins. intent is to add no new names to the literature, but to account for those that may be found.
The total is thus swelled to names. The bulletin also contains auxiliary lists: "Chronology of Early Legi- timate Basionyms,'' ''Priority of Selected Names," "Published Illustrations of Gossypium Types," "Nomenclátor for Names in Gossypium of Rank.
Plant materials. Thirty-seven Gossypium species (Table 1) representing all the recognized genome divisions within the genus were included in the Gossypium seeds were from the germplasm collection maintained by the Cotton Biotechnology and Germplasm Laboratory at the University of Arkansas.
When possible, original seeds collected from wild populations were analysed. To determine the effects of variations in plants/hill, within‐row plant spacings, and plant populations on the agronomic and fiber properties of cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.), we evaluated the performance of ‘Deltapine 16’ when planted in hills and drilled at five populations over a 3‐year period (‐71).Hills were spaced 38 cm apart.
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That book was entitled Twelve Years a Slave by Solomon Northup. Domesticated cotton species provide raw material for the majority of the world's textile industry. Two independent domestication events have been identified in allopolyploid cotton, one in Upland cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) and the other to Egyptian cotton (Gossypium barbadense L.).However, two diploid cotton species, Gossypium arboreum L.
and Gossypium herbaceum L. Neutral/alkaline invertases (N/AINVs) are sucrose hydrolases with important roles in plants. In this study, 15, 15, 15, 29, and 30 N/AINVs were identi.
the book. The purpose of this book was not to invent new facts but rather to review and compile available facts about cotton. For this purpose, we have reviewed a lot of published literature. The list is too long and it is simply impossible to include all references in this book, and only a part of the literature has been quoted.
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Taxonomic literature can be divided into Pre-Linnaean and Post-Linnaean literature, with Post-Linnaean literature being those works published after Carl Linnaeus developed his famous naming and classification schema, binomial nomenclature.
This week’s book of the week, Historia Vermium, is an interesting example of a Pre-Linnaean text. Etymology. The word "cotton" has Arabic origins, derived from the Arabic word قطن (qutn or qutun).This was the usual word for cotton in medieval Arabic.
The word entered the Romance languages in the midth century, and English a century later. Cotton fabric was known to the ancient Romans as an import but cotton was rare in the Romance-speaking lands until imports from the Arabic-speaking. Rhian B. Cope, in Veterinary Toxicology (Third Edition), Introduction.
Cotton (Gossypium spp.; tribe Gossypieae, family Malvaceae) is one of the oldest groups of cultivated plants having been used as a textile raw material for at least genus Gossypium consists of more than 50 species of plants found in arid and semiarid regions of the tropics and subtropics.
Plant materials. Three Gossypium species were used in the present study: one polyploid species G. hirsutum Maxxa (AD genome) and two diploid species that represent the model diploid progenitors of allopolyploid cotton, namely G.
herbaceum (A ; A genome) and G. raimondii (D genome). For each species, seeds were collected and pooled from three to four plants that were. QTL mapping for economic traits based on a dense genetic map of cotton with PCR-based markers using the interspecific cross of Gossypium hirsutum × Gossypium barbadense.
Euphytica –; Jiang C., Wright R. J., El-Zik K. M., Paterson A. H., Polyploid formation created unique avenues for response to selection in Gossypium (cotton). Literature Review One of the most comprehensive books in the field of physical properties of textile fibers has been written by Morton and Hearle (Morton & Hearle, ).
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Cotton, one of the world’s leading agricultural crops, is plentiful and economically produced, making cotton products relatively inexpensive. 1. Introduction. Genetic variants generally include three types, single nucleotide variants (SNVs), insertions/deletions (InDels) and structural variants (SVs), which are common in humans and contribute to complex traits .Chromosomal inversion, one type of SV, is usually defined as a simple event involving two breakpoint rearrangements that changes the gene order on a chromosome .In biology, taxonomy (from Ancient Greek τάξις () 'arrangement', and -νομία () 'method') is the scientific study of naming, defining (circumscribing) and classifying groups of biological organisms based on shared characteristics.
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1. Introduction. Gossypium is a remarkably diverse genus, with over 50 recognized species divided into 8 diploid genome groups (Endrizzi et al.,Wendel and Grover, ) and a single, monophyletic (Grover et al., ) allopolyploid known as the cotton genus, Gossypium contains the world’s largest source of renewable plant-based textile fiber.