2 edition of revision of Gypsophila, Bolanthus, Ankropetalum and Phryna found in the catalog.
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Get this from a library. A revision of Gypsophila, Bolanthus, Ankropetalum and Phryna: with Arabic summary. [Youssef Ibrahim Barkoudah]. At first, it was intended to restrict the revision to the genus Gypsophila.
However, in the course of the work it was realized that the small genera Bolanthus, Ankyropetalum and Phryna could not be left out of account as they had been regarded by some authors as subdivisions of Gypsophila and by others as near relatives of this by: At first, it was intended to restrict the revision to the genus Gypsophila.
However, in the course of the work it was realized that the small genera Bolanthus, Ankyropetalum and Phryna could not be left out of account as they had been regarded by some authors as subdivisions of Gypsophila and by others as near relatives of this : Y.I.
Barkoudah. A revision of Gypsophila, Bolanthus, Ankyropetalum and Phryna. Wentia Botanical Society of the British Isles. BSBI taxon database (on-line resource). Cabrera, A. L., ed. Flora de la provincia de Buenos Aires.
Erhardt, W. et al. Der große Zander: Enzyklopädie der Pflanzennamen ; Euro+Med Editorial Committee. A revision of Gypsophila, Bolanthus, Ankyropetalum and Phryna. Wentia Davis, P. H., ed. Flora of Turkey and the east Aegean islands.
Demilly, D. et al. Liste alphabétique des principales espèces de plantes cultivées et de mauvaises herbes. Noms latins et noms français, ed. 7 Note: GEVES-SNES, Beaucouzé, France. My Address Book: My Favorites: Distribution Policy: Disclaimer: GRIN-Global Help: A revision of Gypsophila, Bolanthus, Ankyropetalum and Phryna.
Wentia Bolanthus other web resources for Gypsophila muralis L.: Flora Europaea: Database of. A revision of Gypsophila, Bolanthus, Ankyropetalum and Phryna. Wentia Darbyshire, S.
Inventory of Canadian Agricultural Weeds Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. Davis, P. H., ed. Flora of Turkey and the east Aegean islands. Demilly, D. et al. Liste alphabétique des principales espèces de plantes. A revision of Gypsophila, Bolanthus, Ankyropetalum and Phryna in the course of the work it was realized that the small genera Bolanthus, Ankyropetalum and Phryna.
A new species of Gypsophila (Caryophylloideae, Caryophyllaceae) from Iran () Mabberley’ s Plant-Book third edition. Cambridge A Revision of Gypsophila, Bolanthus, Ankyropetalum and. Bare root Gypsophila should be dry in the bags, so if condensation has formed on the inside of the bag, open and let it air out.
Plant everything within a day or two. Soil/Location: Plant your Gypsophila in a sunny spot in average to rich, well-drained soil. Add compost or peat humus to enrich and loosen the soil if needed, but they are very.
Gypsophila farsensis Falat., Assadi & F. Ghahrem., sp. nov. is described as a new endemic species of the Center of Iran. Morphological evidences (dichasial inflorescence, tubular-campanulate calyx with wide hyaline intervals, petals two to two and a half times as the calyx with distinct limb and claw, ovules 17–27) support taxonomic placement of the new taxon in Gypsophila Cited by: 2.
Gypsophila yazdiana Falat., F. Ghahrem. & Assadi (Caryophyllaceae, Caryophylloideae) is described here as a new species from central Bolanthus and is assigned to Gypsophila L.
sect. Paniculaeformes F. Williams. Despite the overall similarity in habit and shape of the leaves and inflorescence, it differs from the related species G. perfoliata L. by Cited by: 1. Bolanthus sandrasicus (Caryophyllaceae), a new species from Turkey.
Koeltz Scientiﬁc Books, pp. – A revision of Gypsophila, Bolanthus, Ankyropetalum and Phryna. How to Grow Gypsophila Plants in your Garden Gardener's HQ Guide to Growing Baby's Breath, Gyp, & Soap Root.
Ankropetalum and Phryna book Members of the Gypsophila plant genus can be hardy annuals or perennials. They range in height from 15 to 90 cm (0 6 to 36 inches) in height.
Gypsophila plants have lance shaped, linear to Ankropetalum and Phryna book leaves and wire like stems. The only previous revision of Gypsophila is that published by Williams (). His study, largely based on data derived from the literature, includes 76 species i.e.
about 3/5th of the number. The growth and flowering responses of Gypsophila paniculata L. ‘Bristol Fairy’ and ‘Bridal Veil’ to temperature and photosynthetic photon flux (PPF) were determined by growing plants in controlled environment rooms under all the following combinations of PPF (, and μmol s −1 m −2) and temperature (12, 20 and 28°C).‘Bristol Fairy’ showed higher relative Cited by: 8.
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Materials and Methods. Specimen Collection and Analysis—As part of the revision of the genus Bolanthus in Turkey, a large number of specimens from different populations growing in Burdur and Afyonkarahisar provinces were collected.
Among these Bolanthus specimens, the ones growing in the fissures of tuffaceous volcanic rocks especially attracted the attention of the Author: Murat Koç, Ergin Hamzaoğlu, Ilker Büyük. Supplemental Information 3: Neighbor-Joining analysis of baby’s breath color morphs in relation to other Gypsophila species for rbcL, matK, and ITS2 combined.
The evolutionary history was inferred using the Neighbor-Joining method (Saitou and Nei ). The optimal tree with the sum of branch length = is : Marisa L.
Yang, Emma Rice, Hailee Leimbach-Maus, Charlyn G. Partridge. This item Gypsohila 'Double White' (Gypsophila Paniculata L.) Flower Plant Seeds, Perennial Heirloom Sweet Yards Seed Co.
Baby's Breath Seeds – Extra Large Packet – O Open Pollinated Non-GMO Wildflower Seeds – Gypsophila elegans – Quick Blooming White Flowers/5(4).
Genus Gypsophila can be annuals or perennials, sometimes evergreen, with narrow, greyish leaves and large sprays of small flowers Details G.
elegans is an erect, branching annual to about 60cm, with narrow, grey-green leaves. Loose sprays of star-shaped, white or carmine-pink flowers on long slender stalks are produced in summer. Background Gypsophila paniculata (baby’s breath) is an invasive species found throughout much of the northwest United States and western Canada.
Recently, plants exhibiting a different color morphology were identified within the coastal dunes along eastern Lake Michigan. The common baby’s breath (G. paniculata) typically produces stems that are purple in color Author: Marisa L. Yang, Emma Rice, Hailee Leimbach-Maus, Charlyn G.
Partridge. Gypsophila elegans is an annual baby's breath. It grows between ' tall and should be spaced " apart. The soft-looking, airy flowers grow in a mound.
The flowers bloom from late spring into the fall. Plant in full sun. In warmer climates, plant in part shade. Taller varieties should be supported so that they keep the mound shape. Gypsophila / dʒ ɪ p ˈ s ɒ f ɪ l ə / is a genus of flowering plants in the carnation family, are native to Eurasia, Africa, Australia, and the Pacific Islands.
Turkey has a particularly high diversity of Gypsophila taxa, with about 35 endemic species. Some Gypsophila are introduced species in other : Caryophyllaceae. A favorite for cut flowers and arrangements, Baby's Breath (Gypsophila paniculata) also deserves a place in the landscape.
Its airy clouds of white or pink tiny flowers add both contrast and texture to the perennial border from early summer to fall. Their billowy appearance is most attractive and has a softening effect on the surrounding plants.
Growing in decorative mounds. Gypsophilia plants grow 1 to 2 feet, bearing a profusion of white or pink flowers.
The stems separate into many branches, giving it a light appearance, perfect for accenting bouquets. Gypsophila lasts long up to a week and dries well. Baby's Breath is very much suitable for borders combined with other perennials. Facts About Gypsophilia. A revision of Clavija (Theophrastaceae) Copenhagen, Opera Botanica € 12, Stål, B.
A revision of Clavija (Theophrastaceae) Council for Nordic Publications in Botany, Opera Botanica 55 fig, 78 pp - softcover: € 12, Barkoudah, Y.I. A revision of Gypsophila, Bolanthus, Ankyropetalum and Phryna. Genus Gypsophila can be annuals or perennials, sometimes evergreen, with narrow, greyish leaves and large sprays of small flowers Details G.
repens is a semi-evergreen perennial to 15cm in height, forming a mat of narrow foliage, with open panicles of small, starry, white or pale lilac flowers 10mm in width over a long period in summer. Gypsophila has many small yet striking flowers and, when in bloom, the Bristol Fairy variety produces a high number of pure white flowers.
The leaves are narrow and grey-green in colour. At their peak, some species can become m tall, but. A revision of the Greenland species of Puccinellia Parl. with contributions to our knowledge of the arctic Puccinella flora in general.
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Notes on Taxonomy and Nomenclature Top of page. paniculata is a perennial herb in the family Caryophyllaceae. The genus Gypsophila contains about species, with a centre of diversity in Turkey (Korkmaz and Ozcelik, ; Flora of North America Editorial Committee, ).
Gypsophila means ‘gypsum loving’, noting its habitat preference for calcareous soils. Thus, Gypsophila encompasses 37 species for Iran, 18 of which are endemic. Seed shape and coat of Gypsophila species have been studied in comparison with close congeners in Iran (Amini et al., ).
Of Gypsophila occurring in Iran, the somatic chromosome number is known for four species, G. carìcifolia Boiss. Baby’s breath, also called gypsophila, is an annual or a perennial, depending on the variety. Gypsophila elegans is an annual that grows up to 2 feet tall. It’s flowers are white.
Gypsophila Bristol Fairy - Common name:Baby's Breath - Outstanding. An explosion of double white flowers float like clouds in summer. This cultivar sets the standard by which all others are judged.
Gypsophlia provides excellent contrast and texture to the perennial border. Baby's Breath is widely used as an accent in cut-flower arrangements as well as dried : $ Gypsophila is a genus of about 60 species, of which one, G.
paniculata, is among the most attractive and useful of all perennials. Everyone knows the cloud of delicate white flowers called Baby's Breath as the backbone of many floral arrangements, but fewer folks recognize that the same effect can be had in the garden on a mounded plant whose Common Name: Baby's Breath.
Buy Gypsophila elegans 'Covent Garden' from Sarah Raven: This simple, single gypsophila which could not be more different to the twee, top-heavy double form. This makes a wonderful filler flower in the garden and vase.5/5(3). Gypsophila: Cultivation Practices in Israel Hardcover – January 1, by Danziger "Dan" Flower Farm (Author)Author: Danziger "Dan" Flower Farm.
One of the most widely-used cut flowers, Baby’s Breath is also popular for its airy, cloudlike display in the summer border. Plants form a bushy, upright mound that bears thousands of tiny white double flower.
This introduced wildflower forms clusters of tiny, simple, snow-white flowers on slender stems with gray-green foliage. Grows quickly and blooms profusely, living only weeks. A great flower to use in cut flower arrangements. To ensure continuous blooms, re-plant at week intervals. This is the non-invasive annual species, not the noxious perennial, G.
paniculata, that is invasive in. Gypsophila – Perennial Plant, How to grow From the Greek gypsos, chalk, phileo, to love; the plants prefer chalky soils (Caryophyllaceae). Hardy annuals and perennials of great value in both the border and rock garden; the dwarf kinds also look well in pans in. The most common variety is Gypsophila paniculata, which grows up to 3 feet (about m) and forms large mounds of tiny single or double flowers on long, spindly stems with small, grayish leaves.
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No matter what you’re looking for or where you are in the world, our global marketplace of sellers can help you find unique and affordable options. Let’s get started!1 Introduction. Mountains are biodiversity hotspots (Spehn et al., ), which harbor a considerable number of endemic species (Barthlott et al., ; Körner, ), mostly in the alpine zone (Nagy & Grabherr, ; Hobohm et al., ).Iran is a mountainous country (Fig.
1), and a high proportion of the Iranian flora (74%) is concentrated or even restricted to mountain Author: Jalil Noroozi, Atefeh Pirani, Hamid Moazzeni, Mohammad Mahmoodi, Golshan Zare, Alireza Noormohammadi.