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Studies in tropical American Leguminosae—I
From time to time in future years of research on the legumes of tropical America, it will occasionally be necessary to publish new combinations, descriptions of new species, and even reviews of smallExpand
Plant explorations of G. Wilson-Browne, S. J., in British Guiana. I. Kanuku mountains
The Kanuku Mountains lie in the extreme southern part of British Guiana; latitude 30N. passes through the most southerly portion. They are divided into a western and an eastern mass by the RupununiExpand
Tropical American leguminosae—III
Eperua glabra Cowan, sp. nov. Arbor 28 mal ta , 30 cm diametro, glabra, stipulis caducis. Folia glabra, petioli 2.5-3.5 cm longi, rachibus 16-19 em longis, petioluli 5-7 mm longi. Folio~ forum laminaExpand
Dictionary of Theoretical Concepts in Biology
IThe authors have made a unique and valuable contribution, creating a guidebook to the bewildering array of concepts underlying modern biology. - ARBA Will be especially useful to researchers andExpand
Harleyodendron, a new genus of leguminosae (Swartzieae)
A monotypic new genus,Harleyodendron, is described from the relict coastal rainforest of eastern Brazil. Gross morphology, wood and leaf anatomy, and pollen morphology are considered.
New taxa of Leguminosae-Caesalpinioideae from Bahia, Brazil
Brodriguesia santosii, gen. & sp. nov., from the coastal rain forest of Bahia, is described, illustrated and compared with nearly related genera of the tribe Detarieae. In addition, three newExpand