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Manual of Wayside Plants of Hawaii

  title={Manual of Wayside Plants of Hawaii},
  author={W. T. Pope},
At first sight (including a glance at the copyright date), this appears to the unwary to be a fresh, current work, and it is easy to suspect that the publisher hoped to present an old book as a new one instead of offering it, and labelling it, candidly as a reprint. The final statement on the back flap of the dust cover and the last two lines of the "Publisher's Foreword" reveal that the Manual o~ Wayside Plants of Hawaii "was originally published in 1929 by Advertiser Publishing Co., Ltd., of… Expand
Associate Editors.
Examination of an extensive literature has revealed conclusive evidence that nearly one hundred species of plants were present in both the Eastern and Western Hemispheres prior to Columbus’ first voyage to the Americas, putting a new complexion on the extensive Old World/New World cultural parallels. Expand
Chromosome Numbers of Some Species of Passijlora Occurring in Hawaii ' W
  • 2009
1 Published with the approval of the Director of the Un iversity of Hawaii Agricultural Exper iment Station as Techn ical Paper No. 180. ~ ~epa:tment of Horticulture, Uni versity of HawallExpand
Status of insects introduced into Hawai'i for the biological control of the wild blackberry Rubus argutus link
The wild blackberry Rubus argutus Link (previously identified in Hawai'i as ~. penetrans Neal 1965, Haselwood et al. 1983) is believed to have been introduced into the Islands from the continental United States in 1894, probably for its desirable fruit. Expand
Ecological Aspects of Bactrocera latifrons (Diptera: Tephritidae) on Maui, Hawaii: Movement and Host Preference
Researchers explore B. latifrons’ host preference for two principal wild hosts, S. torvum and S. linnaeanum, and find the laboratory studies suggest the flies prefer ovipositing in S. Torvum, while the dispersal rates are similar to those seen in other tephritid fruit fly species. Expand
Lantana, or red sage (Lantana camara L., [Verbenaceae]), notorious weed and popular garden flower; some cases of poisoning in Florida
Lantana, or red sage (lantana camara, Verbenaceae) is an aromatic shrub with rough, opposite or whorled leaves and four-angled, prickly or smooth stems, showy heads of small flowers and dark-blue or blackish fruits. Expand
Human influence on the distribution of gorse (Ulex europaeus L.) along the Mendocino County Coast California
................................................. i ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ......................................... ii LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS....................................... V Chapter
Volume Information
  • The Quarterly Review of Biology
  • 1969
Abbott, R. T., Seashells of North America, 428 Achinstein, P., Concepts of Science, 395 Advances in Biomedical Engineering and Medical Physics, 1, 118 Advances in the Biosciences, 1, 435 Advances inExpand
Beach dune sand hydrophobicity due to the presence of beach vitex ( Vitex rotundifolia L. f.).
This research conducted dune surveys of BV-infested areas of the South Carolina coast, identifying the compounds responsible for this activity via chemical analysis, and quantifying hydrophobicity persistence by resampling sites following removal of above-ground BV indicated that sand under BV cover was significantly hydrophobic. Expand
Morphological characterization and identification of Jacquemontia sandwicensis A. Gray (Pa‘uohi‘iaka) accessions for hanging basket use
Length of internodes as well as number of lateral branches were the most important selection traits for hanging baskets, which helped identify Puhala Bay, Lyon Arboretum and South Point as potential accessions for hanging basket use. Expand
Can the red mangrove provide food, feed and fertilizer?
  • J. Morton
  • Environmental Science
  • Economic Botany
  • 2008
The red mangrove is one of the principal features of the coastal vegetation throughout tropical America, Mexico, the West Indies, the Bahamas, Bermuda and southern Florida. It is of primaryExpand