genus Crepis. by Ernest Brown Babcock

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Volume II of the monograph is a model taxonomic treatise. Each of the species of Crepis is described very fully and illustrated, including figures of the caryotypes when known.

Only a specialist in the taxonomy of the Compositae could really appreciate to the full the second volume Cited by: 5. TYPE: Anisoderis foetida (Linnaeus) Fischer & C. Meyer (Crepis foetida Linnaeus) = Wibelia P.

Gaertner et al. Substitute name for Hostia Moenchnon Hosta Jacquin (nom. rej.), nec Hosta Trattinick (nom. cons.). In Babcock published his widely acknowledged monograph of the genus Crepis L. including a sectional classification of the species as well as extensive hypotheses about character evolution.

Genus: Crepis Genus Crepis. book. – hawksbeard Subordinate Taxa. The Plants Database includes the following 25 species of Crepis. Click below on a thumbnail map or name for species profiles. Native Introduced Native and Introduced. Crepis acuminata tapertip hawksbeard Crepis atribarba.

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hawk's-beard, hawk's-beards - any of various plants of the genus Crepis having loose heads of yellow flowers on top of a long branched leafy stem; northern hemisphere. Genus Crepis. book genus Youngia was described more than a century ago by Cassini, but the characters on which the genus was based did not preclude the inclusion within it genus Crepis.

book species of several allied genera of Author: W. Babcock revisited: new insights into generic delimitation and character evolution in Crepis L.

(Compositae: Cichorieae) from ITS and matK sequence data. Taxon Jarvis, C. Seventy-two proposals for the conservation of types of selected Linnaean generic names, the report of Subcommittee 3C on the lectotypification of Linnaean generic names. Crepis. The genus Crepis is in the family Compositae in the major group Angiosperms (Flowering plants).

Statistics are at the end of the page. Cambridge Core - History of Science - The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Darwin and Evolutionary Thought - edited by Michael Ruse. The Genus Crepis. Part T wo: System- Another 59 taxa of the Red Data Book of the Republic of Mordovia (35 macromycetes and 24 lichens) were not evaluated in the present study, also due to the.

Crepis L. is a large taxonomically controversial genus in tribe Cichorieae of Asteraceae containing over species that are mainly distributed throughout the Northern Hemisphere and Africa (Enke and Gemeinholzer,Shi et al., ). The genus presumably originated in the Altai/Tien Shan region in Central Asia (Babcock, ).Author: Juan Qiu, Jianwen Zhang, Tiangang Gao, Dunyan Tan, Dunyan Tan.

The Genus Crepis Part Two Systemm Treatment (Volume 2) by Babcock, E B and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Crepis rubra is a European species of flowering plant in the daisy family with the common name red hawksbeard or pink hawk's-beard.

It is native to the eastern Mediterranean region (Italy, Greece, Albania, North Macedonia, Croatia, Montenegro, Bulgaria, and Asia Minor) and is widely cultivated as an became naturalized in a small region of the United States (Marin County just Family: Asteraceae.

Typification of Crepis sancta (L.) Babc. (Compositae, Cichorieae) P. FErrEr-GALLEGO1,2 & S. TALAvErA3 1 Servicio de vida Silvestre, Centro para la Investigación y Experimentación Forestal de la Generalitat alenciana (CIEF), av.

Comarques del País valencià, Author: P. Ferrer-Gallego, S. Talavera. In a thorough account of Crepis, Babcock () divided the genus into 27 Sections, based on chromosome shape & number as well as gross morphological characters.

He places Crepis mollis in Section Mesomeris. Recent combined DNA and morphological work on the genus revises the relationships between the species significantly (Enke ). Disclaimer: ITIS taxonomy is based on the latest scientific consensus available, and is provided as a general reference source for interested parties.

However, it is not a legal authority for statutory or regulatory purposes. While every effort has been made to provide the most reliable and up-to-date information available, Biological classification: Genus. The genus Crepis L. belongs to the family Asteraceae Martinov, tribe Cichorieae Lam.

& DC. Babcock (b) divided the genus into 27 sectional ranks. A revised infrageneric classification based on molecular tools (Enke & GemeinholzerEnke ) maintained 21 of Babcock’s 27 sections but revised the circumscription of some of them. Crepis L. Crepis is a genus of ca.

species, mostly native to the northern hemisphere (with few additional species in South America and South Africa) (Mabberley ). Its generic limits have long been somewhat obscure and several segregates have been recognized in the past (viz. Barkhausia Moench and Lagoseris Bieb).

However, all are better included in a broadly circumscribed genus Crepis. العربية: سراغة azərbaycanca: Tayaotu беларуская: Зубнік čeština: škarda dansk: Høgeskæg Deutsch: Pippau English: Hawksbeards eesti. Developed and hosted by the University of Washington Herbarium at the Burke Museum, the web site brings toget photographs and contributions from numerous photographers and botanists.

Washington is home to an estimated 3, species of vascular plants, 2, species of macrofungi, and 1, species of lichenized fungi across a diverse array of landscapes from lush coastal rainforests. Genus Crepis can be annuals or perennials, with simple or pinnately lobed leaves and dandelion-like flower-heads that may be solitary or on open, branched stems Details C.

incana is an herbaceous perennial to 30cm tall, forming a rosette of greyish-green, jagged leaves and open sprays of light pink 'dandelions' 3cm wide. Results and discussion Chemophenetic significance. The isolated SLs (1–5) belong to the costus lactone type guaianolides, the major type of sesquiterpene lactones present in the genus Crepis (Zidorn, )epi-Grosheimin (1) is a common secondary metabolite in many Crepis species, as it has been previously reported from C.

capillaris (L.) : Ioanna Kotti, Christina Barda, Anastasia Karioti, Helen Skaltsa. The Plant Drosophila: E. Babcock, the Genus Crepis and the Evolution of a Genetics Research Program at Berkeley, Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences (a): Keeping Up with Dobzhansky: G.

Ledyard Stebbins, Plant Evolution, and the Evolutionary Synthesis, History and Philosophy of the Life. Your guide to gardening in North America and beyond. From what plants to grow and how to grow them, join our society to read the latest Rock Garden Quarterly or engage in our annual Seed Exchange.

We promote the cultivation, conservation, and knowledge of rock garden plants, their value, habits and geographical distribution. This includes woodland and alpines as well as desert, bog and steppe. Babcock needed assistance with a large Rockefeller-funded project on the genetics and evolution of plants from the genus Crepis.

Crepis commonly hybridized, displayed polyploidy, and could make seed without fertilization (a process known as apomixis). The collaboration between Babcock and Stebbins produced numerous papers and two monographs.

Maryland Checklist - Genus: Crepis - all-time (Total: 3). This page was last edited on 29 Octoberat Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may Disclaimer: ITIS taxonomy is based on the latest scientific consensus available, and is provided as a general reference source for interested parties.

However, it is not a legal authority for statutory or regulatory purposes. While every effort has been made to provide the most reliable and up-to-date information available, ultimate legal requirements with respect to species are contained in Biological classification: Species.

Crepis rubra is the only pink flowering representa-tive of genus Crepis in Bulgaria. In the tribe Cichorieae predominate the yellow flowering species. The pink or pink-purplish colour of the ligules is rare as in Crepis so in other genera of the tribe: Tragopogon, Scorzon-era, Lactuca, etc.

Crepis rubra is referred to sect. Barkhausia (Moench. Species In Genus: +- species: especially northern hemisphere. Etymology: (Greek: slipper or sandal, perhaps for fruit) Note: Reports of Crepis rubra L.

from Marin Co. not substantiated. Unabridged Note: Sexual forms of native species are distinct but (except Crepis nana, Crepis runcinata) connected by many apomictic, asexually reproducing. Crepis bithynicaBoiss. belongs to sect.

Macropodes Babc. of the genus Crepis L. (Babcock b). The species is a Balkan subendemic distributed in the SW part of Asia Minor (Bithynian Olympus) and in the mountains of the S Balkan Peninsula. It grows in calcareous stony habitats, mostly rock fissures and screes.

In Bulgaria the species is found. George Ledyard Stebbins Jr. (January 6, – Janu ) was an American botanist and geneticist who is widely regarded as one of the leading evolutionary biologists of the 20th century.

Stebbins received his Ph.D. in botany from Harvard University in Awards: Linnean Medal (), Leidy Award (). under the genus Crepis as C. crocifolia Boiss. & Heldr., until Under the same name, it was also included in the first Red Data Book of the Greek flora (Phitos & al.

) as an Endangered species. Phitosia crocifoliais listed in the latest Red Data Book (Phitos & al. ) also as Endangered, according to IUCN () criteria. Crepis synonyms, Crepis pronunciation, Crepis translation, English dictionary definition of Crepis. Noun 1. Crepis - hawk's-beard; cosmopolitan in northern hemisphere genus Crepis asterid dicot genus - genus of more or less advanced dicotyledonous herbs.

Crepis runcinata (E. James) Torr. & A. Gray: Canada (North America) United States (North America) Note: This information is based on publications available through Tropicos and may not represent the entire distribution.

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