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The Winteraceae of the Old World. I. Pseudowintera and Drimys — Morphology and taxonomy
The primitive woody Angiosperm family Winteraceae is centred in the southwest Pacific, has an outpost in Madagascar (1 species), and a section of Drimys (4 species) in the New World. Pseudowintera isExpand
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The Winteraceae of the Old World. V. Exospermum links Bubbia to Zygogynum
Recent collections of Exospermum completed the break-down of the generic differences between Bubbia and Zygogynum. The oldest name for the resulting enlarged genus is, unfortunately, Zygogynum. TheExpand
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The Winteraceae of the Old World. II. Zygogynum — Morphology and Taxonomy
In Zygogynum six species are recognized, of which two are newly described. Z. spatulatum is reduced to synonymy, Z. balansae is ranked as a subspecies of Z. pomiferum. Leaf anatomy provided suitableExpand
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The Winteraceae of the Old World. IV. The Australian species of Bubbia
The Australian species of Bubbia are revised. The leaf anatomy provides good diagnostic characters. There are three species. Bubbia whiteana is given varietal rank under B. semecarpoides, and a newExpand
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Botanical exploration in the Doma Peaks region, New Guinea
Dispela ripot i toktok long wok bilong Dr C. Kalkman na Mr W. Vink, bilong Rijksherbarium long Leiden, Holland, wantaim Mr A. N. Gillison na Mr D. G. Frodin bilong Division bilong wok long Botany,Expand
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Hard candy sorbitol and process for its manufacture
ON PRODUIT DE FACON CONTINUE UN BONBON AMORPHE DE CONSISTANCE DURE, D'APPARENCE TRANSPARENTE OU TRANSLUCIDE ET NE CONTENANT PAS DE SUCRE A PARTIR D'UNE SOLUTION AQUEUSE DE SORBITOL. LE PROCEDEExpand
A new species of Palaquium Blanco (Sapotaceae) from India
A new species of the genus Palaquium, P. ravii Sasidharan & Vink, is described from Kerala State, India.
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