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An approach to the taxonomy of Vallisneria L. (Hydrocharitaceae)
Abstract Taxonomic decisions presented in this study of Vallisneria are founded on the consistency of comparable staminate and pistillate floral structures considering the geography and dioeciousExpand
In 1891 W. A. Kellerman came to The Ohio State University as Professor of Botany, which position he held until his death in Guatemala on March 8, 1908. From January through March of the years 1905Expand
Taxonomy of the genus Najas L. (Najadaceae) in the neotropics
The taxanomy, geography and evolutionary affinities are treated for the nine Najas taxa occurring in the sub-tropical and tropical regions of the Americas and what has recently been misinterpreted as N. ex Magnus in North America is really N. conferta which reaches its northernmost extension in the areas of Georgia and Florida in the southeastern US. Expand
A Vascular Flora of Winous Point, Ottawa and Sandusky Counties, Ohio
Author Institution: Botany Program, College of Biological Sciences, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio 43210
Riddell, Sullivant, and the early botanical exploration of Franklin County, Ohio, U.S.A. (1832‐1840)
Two frontier botanists, John Leonard Riddell and William Starling Sullivant, treated the vascular flora of Franklin County, Ohio, U.S.A., creditably despite the scarcity of proper books and the lackExpand
Studies on the submerged genus Ceratophyllum L. in the neotropics
Generative and vegetative characters are interpreted as decisive characters in the consideration and delineation of interspecific and infraspecific patterns of variation of the three recognized species of the Ceratophyllaceae in this taxonomic treatment of the genus. Expand
Testing a high density logic masterslice
  • R. Lowden
  • Engineering
  • IEEE International Solid-State Circuits…
  • 1979
Testing strategy for high density logic in a manufacturing environment will be covered. The approach is applicable to all wiring personalities of a T2L gate logic masterslice.