2 edition of Atlas florae Europaeae found in the catalog.
Atlas florae Europaeae
1973 by Committee for Mapping the Flora of Europe and Societas Biologica Fennica Vanamo in Helsinki .
Written in English
|Contributions||Jalas, Jaakko., Suominen, Juha.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||40|
Scientific names are identified on this page using the FindIt service from tropheesrotary-d1760.com Matched names are linked to their entry in NameBank, also from tropheesrotary-d1760.com, with further links to associated databases. The "moving wall" represents the time period between the last issue available in JSTOR and the most recently published issue of a journal. Mapping the distribution of vascular plants in Finland (Atlas of the vascular plants of Finland; maintenance of the floristic database KASTIKKA; more than own plant records from Finland), Norden (national advisor in Flora Nordica project) and Europe (Atlas Florae Europaeae database maintenance and map production).
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Atlas Florae Europaeae is being published in the format of paper books. If you need to cite AFE in a simple way, please refer to complete paper volumes in the following manner: Kurtto, A., Sennikov, A.
& Lampinen, R. (eds.) Atlas Florae Europaeae, vol. — The Committee for Mapping the Flora of Europe & Societas Biologica Fennica. Atlas Florae Europaeae (AFE) is a running long-term programme for mapping the distribution of vascular plants in Europe.
The project was launched already in as a collaborative effort of European botanists and since then the Secretariat was established at the Botanical Museum of the Finnish Museum of Natural History, Helsinki. ATLAS FLORAE EUROPAEAE | Atlas Florae Europaeae (AFE) is a running long-term programme for mapping the distribution of vascular plants in Europe.
The project was launched already in as a. About this book. The present volume of Atlas Florae Europaeae (AFE) is the last of the no fewer than five devoted to the Rosaceae, which is, as to the species numbers, among the three largest plant families of Europe.
It has taken well over a decade to map the family, which is well known also for its taxonomic complexity principally caused by the high frequency of apomixis. A project on the same scale as Flora Europea. All volumes are in English. Volumes are published by Cambridge University Press, and all subsequent parts by the Societas Biologica Fennica Vanamo.
The 17 volumes of the atlas published so far cover the families which include more than 20% of the vascular plants of European flora (Lycopodiaceae - Rosaceae, p.p.).
This essential conditon is now fulfilled for Europe by the current volumes of Flora Europaeae. This new series of compendium atlas volumes makes available allthe distribution maps so far produced by the commitee for mapping the flora of Europe in convenient library editons and in the format and livery of Flora tropheesrotary-d1760.com: Hardcover.
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This series fulfills the urgent need for the synthesis, at the international or continental level, of the taxonomic and geobotanical information scattered throughout the world in innumerable herbaria and botanical papers.
These volumes provide all the distribution maps so far produced by the Committee for mapping the flora of Europe in convenient library editions and in the format and livery.
Atlas Florae Europaeae (AFE) maps the European distribution of species and subspecies of vascular plants. The distribution data gathered by the national representatives of the Committee for Mapping the Flora of Europe is edited by the Secretariat of the Committee for Mapping the Flora of Europe in the Botanical Museum of the Finnish Museum of Natural History in Helsinki.
Atlas Florae Europaeae (AFE) is a running long-term programme for mapping the distribution of vascular plants in Europe. The project was launched already in as a collaborative effort of. The AFE web pages are now available at the web server of the Finnish Museum of Natural tropheesrotary-d1760.comh Museum of Natural History.
Atlas Florae Europaeae (AFE), a running, long-term programme for mapping the distribution of vascular plants in Europe, was launched soon after publication of the first volume of Flora Europaea (Tutin et al. Sixteen Atlas volumes, published between andcover the first volume of Flora Europaea and the.
ATLAS FLORAE EUROPAEAE Atlas Florae Europaeae Database. During the first thirty years of Atlas Florae Europaeae (AFE), the basic technology for the collection of distribution data and publication of distribution maps has remained practically unchanged.
Manual map production as such is rather tedious. We defined our study area as the intersection between the European continent as delineated by the Atlas Florae Europaeae book series and the Hultén & Fries atlas, roughly between 35–82°N and 31°W–69°E.
This means that we included the European parts of the Russian Federation and Turkey, Iceland, and the Svalbard archipelagos, but Cited by: Jun 21, · 21 June Atlas Florae Europaeae notes, 19– Nomenclatural changes and taxonomic adjustments in some native and introduced species of Malinae (Rosaceae) in EuropeCited by: 4.
Atlas Florae Europaeae notes Synonymy and distribution of some native and alien species of Cotoneaster (Rosaceae) in eastern Europe and the Caucasus Alexander N. Sennikov Botanical Museum, Finnish Museum of Natural History, P.O.
Box 7, FI University of. ATLAS FLORAE 16 EUROPAEAE DISTRIBUTION OF VASCULAR PLANTS IN EUROPE HELSINKI Rosaceae (Cydonia to Prunus, excl. Sorbus) Edited by ARTO KURTTO, ALEXANDER N.
SENNIKOV & RAINO LAMPINEN. He was regional adviser for Finland to the Flora Europaea project, and became co-chairman of the mapping project for European vascular plants Atlas Florae Europaeae. He was a founding member of OPTIMA (the Organization for the Phyto-Taxonomic Investigation of the Mediterranean Area).Born: 7 MayHämeenlinna.
The Flora Europaea is a 5-volume encyclopedia of plants, published between and by Cambridge University Press. The aim was to describe all the national Floras of Europe in a single, authoritative publication to help readers identify any wild or widely cultivated plant in Europe to the subspecies tropheesrotary-d1760.com: eds.
Tutin, V. Heywood, N. Burges, D. Valentine, S. Walters, D. Webb. Aug 01, · A taxonomic and nomenclatural revision of Cotoneaster (Rosaceae) for Atlas Florae Europaeae and Euro+Med checklist resulted in changes in the synonymy and reported distribution of some taxa, especially in eastern Europe.
The changes proposed here are based on observations of morphological characters of the taxa in Russia (Leningrad and Pskov Regions, and Karelia), Estonia, Cited by: 3.
Suomen Biologian Seura Vanamon mittava kirjasarja Atlas Florae Europaeae perustuu kansainväliseen yhteistyöhön ja tutkimukseen. Se on nyt edennyt 9 niteeseensä.
Sarjan lopullisena tavoitteena on Euroopan kaikkien yli 10 kasvilajin kartoitus Jäämereltä Välimerelle. Printed Pages: ChrisLands provides an easy and affordable solution to operating your own online store. We have provided the new, used, out-of-print, and antiquarian independent bookseller with a full ecommerce bookstore solution since Atlas Florae Europaeae.
Distribution of Vascular Plants in Europe. Volume Rosaceae (Sorbus s. lato). £ Arto Kurtto, Alexander N. Sennikov & Raimo Lampinen (Eds) / 01 (Jan). Atlas Florae Europaeae notes. New names in Rubus (Rosaceae) Alexander N. Sennikov1,* & Heinrich E. Weber2 1)Botanical Museum, Finnish Museum of Natural History, P.O.
Box 7, FI University of Helsinki, Finland; Herbarium, Komarov Botanical Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences. This atlas will be the most comprehensive publication on the Albanian flora in English so far.
Each plants is presented by a colour photograph and an individual dot map showing the distribution within Albania. Atlas Florae Albanicae, Volume 1: Pteridophyta to Apiaceae £ Vangjeli, J.
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and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at tropheesrotary-d1760.com Aug 01, · Book review Book review Kurto, A., Fröhner, S. and Lampinen, R. Atlas Florae Europaeae – Botanical Museum of the Finnish Museum of Natural History, Helsinki.
ISBN ‐‐‐15‐5. This fourteenth volume of Atlas Florae Europaeae (AFE) is entirely devoted to the genera Alchemilla and Aphanes. atlas florae europaeae.
distribution of vascular plants in europe. nymphaeaceae. helsinki: the commitee for mapping the flora of europe and societas biologica fennica vanamo. Atlas Florae Europaeae (AFE) is a running long-term programme for mapping the distribution of vascular plants in Europe. The project was launched already in as a collaborative effort of Europe an botanists and since then the Secretariat was established at the Botanical Museum of the Finnish Museum of Natural History, Helsinki.
The typification of Rubus scissus W.C.R. Watson is corrected. This name is to be applied to R. nessensis Hall subsp. scissoides H.E. Weber nom. inval., and R. scissus auct. is redescribed here as a new species R. ochracanthus H.E. Weber & Sennikov. Three species names earlier published with two types (R.
christianseniorum H.E. Weber, R. insulariopsis H.E. Weber, R. stormanicus H.E. Weber) are Cited by: 2. Compilation of the nomenclatural checklist of Rosaceae for volumes 16 and 17 of Atlas Florae Europaeae resulted in nomenclatural and taxonomic adjustments presented here.
The synonymy of Cotoneaster bullatus is verified; the name C. tomentellus is shown to have been validly published in instead of Cotoneaster marianus, an alleged endemic to Macedonia, is a synonym of C. parnassicus Cited by: 4.
In the EBCC Atlas of European breeding birds, also referred to as European Ornithological Atlas or 'EOA', was published. This voluminous book was the result of more than 25 years of fieldwork, cooperation, data gathering, data processing, writing and editing.
Next to a beautiful book the data in the maps provides countless possibilities fur further studies on the distribution of. [In the EBCC Atlas of European breeding birds, also referred to as European Ornithological Atlas or 'EOA', was published.
This voluminous book was the result of more than 25 years of fieldwork, cooperation, data gathering, data processing, writing and editing. Next to a beautiful book the data in the maps provides countless possibilities fur further studies on the distribution of the.
Moreover, workers at different times, even in similar areas, have used different species concepts, thus making comparisons difficult.
As a new initiative, we examine here the richness and distribution of European alpine species using data from the first 11 volumes of Atlas Florae Europaeae (AFE).Cited by: Jul 01, · Atlas Florae Europaeae.
Distribution of vascular plants in Europe. Volume Cruciferae (Sisymbrium to Aubrieta). Edited by Jaakko Jalas & Juha Suominen. Committee for Mapping the Flora of Europe and Societas Biologica Fennica Vanamo, Helsinki, Finland.
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Distribution of Abies in the Mediterranean region. Data from Conifers of the World BRAHMS database, downloaded Taxa are color coded; see pull-out menu at left of map for details. Click on each occurrence for further information. References: Jalas, J.
& J. Suominen. Atlas florae europaeae. Kadereit, J. W. Notes on the taxonomy, distribution, phylogeny, and ecology of Papaver.A tree with widely spreading branches, maple-like leaves and flaky bark, oriental plane is also noted for its dangling, spiky round clusters of fruits.
The Tree of Hippocrates, under which the ancient Greek physician taught medicine at Kos, is reputed to have been an oriental plane tree. The common or London plane (Platanus × hispanica) is allegedly a hybrid of P. orientalis and P.Kew Species Profiles. General Description.
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