2 edition of study of the genus Paeonia found in the catalog.
study of the genus Paeonia
F. C. Stern
Bibliography: p. 150-154.
|Statement||with fifteen illustrations in colour by Lilian Snelling and drawings by Lilian Snelling and Stella Ross-Craig.|
|LC Classifications||QK495.R21 S73|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 155 p.|
|Number of Pages||155|
|LC Control Number||47005286|
The Impact of Recent DNA Studies on the Classification of Section Paeonia. Presentation to the International Peony Symposium Munich, Germany. May 07 . Stern, F.C. Herbaceous peony (Paeonia lactiflora Pall.) is an important ornamental and medicinal plant. DNA barcodes can reveal species identity via the nucleotide diversity of short DNA segments. In this study, two main candidate DNA barcodes (ITS2 and psbA-trnH) were tested to identify twenty-one cutting cultivars of P. lactiflora and their wild species. The efficacy of the candidate DNA barcodes was assessed by Cited by: 1.
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In China, the cultivated tree peony is known as the King of Flowers, while in ancient Greece the herbaceous peony was dubbed the Queen of Herbs—a reminder that the genus Paeonia has been one of the most important and popular groups of plants in the world for millennia, coveted in East and West alike for both its ornamental and medicinal purposes. This fully up-to-date monograph contains a. Stern, F.C. A Study of the Genus Paeonia The Royal Horticultural Society London 1 Google Scholar Stern, F.C. Paeonia species J. Roy. Hort. Soc. 56 71 77 Google Scholar Stern, F.C., Taylor, G. Paeonia lutea var. ludlowii Curtis’ Bot. Mag. , tab Google ScholarCited by:
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A study of the genus Paeonia; Hardcover – January 1, by F. C Stern (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: F. C Stern. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Stern, F.C. (Frederick Claude). Study of the genus Paeonia.
London, Royal Horticultural Society, A study of the genus Paeonia. By F. Stern. London, Royal Horticultural Society, viii+ pp., 15 colored plates, 28 text figures, 8 maps. 63s. There is probably no group of non-professional botanists to whom plant science owes a greater debt than the botanical and horticultural enthusiasts of Great Britain.
Their energy in gath. A study of the genus paeonia is the foremost guide to peony species throughout the world, published by the Royal Horticultural Society in with drawings by Stella Ross-Craig and Lillian Snelling, both regarded as among the greatest botanical illustrators of the 20th century.
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VL - 9. A Study of the Genus Paeonia by Stern, F. London: The Royal Horticultural Society, Hardback, with replacement spine spine in calf by Sangorski & title to spine and front board.
38cm x 28cm. Book: A study of the genus paeonia. pp pp. 1 Abstract: The author of this beautifully-produced monograph, which recalls more spacious, easy times, will earn the gratitude of all lovers of this highly decorative garden by: Bookseller Court Hay Books (GB) Bookseller Inventory # Title A Study Of The Genus Paeonia.
Author Stern F C: Book condition Used Binding Hardcover Publisher.English, Book, Illustrated edition: A study of the genus Paeonia / by F.C. Stern ; with fifteen illustrations in colour by Lilian Snelling ; and drawings by Lilian Snelling and Stella Ross-Craig. Stern, F. (Frederick Claude), A Study of the Genus Paeonia.
With Fifteen Illustrations in Colour by Lilian Snelling, 15 colour plates, publisher's blue cloth gilt, folio, Royal Horticultural Society, Twenty-five species of the genus Paeonia are documented in these pages, including 40 subspecies and varieties.
Also included herein is the closely related genus Glaucidium. With only two species, it will be of intense interest to peony fanciers/5(5).
F.C. Stern was the author of one of the most important publications about peonies with his “A study of the genus Paeonia (read it online)” (published in ). In he wrote an accessible article about the best species for “Gardening Illustrated”, a magazine.
A Study of the Genus Paeonia $ inc GST $ inc GST. xmm, pp, illustrated throughout with 15 full-page colour plates featuring lovely illustration, as well as monochrome supplemental illustration throughout, including in-text steel-cut examples, diagramatic plates, and some distribution maps towards the start of the.
The Archibald Archive – Genus Guides Further information: Apart from the publications mentioned and, of course, ‘A Study of the Genus Paeonia’ by F.C.
Stern (), which is now a sumptuous and outdated, extremely expensive collector’s piece, we are unwilling to recommend any of the more popular recently published books, which tend.
The genus Paeonia L. is the single genus of Paeoniceae family and contains ca. 40 species worldwide, mostly Eurasian elements. The number of species in Iran and the name of them are variable in different literature. A taxonomic revision of the genus was done in Iran.
Different available herbaria were visited and the plants comparedAuthor: مصطفی اسدی. Frederick Claude Stern in his book A study of the genus Paeonia recognized in his subsection Foliolatae the species P.
daurica, P. mlokosewitschii and P. wittmanniana, the latter with four varieties. In Grossgeim revised his view from and recognized P. kavachensis (= P. caucasica), P. mlokosewitschii (including P. tomentosa) and P.
wittmanniana (including P. abchasica).Clade: Angiosperms. Paeoniaceae, the peony family (order Saxifragales), consisting of only the genus Paeonia with about 33 species distributed in Europe, Asia, and western North America. Economically, the group is important for various garden species of peonies, whose showy large blossoms grow in.
() subsp. officina/is (-) P. arietina sensu Stem, A Study of the genus Paeonia: 81 (J), p.p. di S. Ubaldo nelle prealpi bellunesi, presso Vittorio, luoghi soleggiati fra i cespugli.
Twenty-five species of the genus Paeonia are documented in these pages, including 40 subspecies and varieties. Also included herein is the closely related genus Glaucidium. With only two species, it will be of intense interest to peony : Timber Press, Incorporated.
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Ä root for each species would 've. ABSTRACT. This study was performed to identify and analyze the phylogenetic relationship among four herbaceous species of the genus Paeonia, P.
lactiflora, P. japonica, P. veitchii, and P. suffruticosa, using DNA barcodes. These four species, which are commonly used in traditional medicine as Paeoniae Radix and Moutan RadicisCited by: 8.A Study of the Genus Paeonia With fifteen illustrations in colour by Lilian Snelling and drawings by Lilian Snelling and Stella Ross-Craig by Royal Horticultural Society (Great Britain) (Book).Stern FC () A study of the genus Paeonia.
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