revision of the genera Fumaria and Rupicapnos. by Herbert William Pugsley

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Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. Abstract. A paper by Wilson & al. () on the taxonomy ofFumaria is commented upon. It is concluded that the lack of congruence between the authors' results and evidence from morphology, chemistry, and crossing experiments renders their approach questionable.

Unlike that of Pérez-Gutiérrez et al. (), our study includes the monotypic genus Fumariola (from Turkestan), which was included in the subtribe Fumariinae and sister to the monotypic Cryptocapnos (from south-central Afghanistan); however, as in the aforementioned study the relationships between Fumaria–Rupicapnos–Cryptocapnos Cited by: Addeddate Identifier biostor Identifier-ark ark://t9j42sp77 Journal Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences.

A taxonomic revision for these three genera was also conducted. Further, the phylogeny of the main Mallotus clade was studied in more details using both molecular (matK, gpd) and morphological data.

The taxonomy of the genusFumaria has not been considered in detail sincePugsley's work in ff., and few modern methods have been applied to it. In a phenetic study, 33 populations of 11Fumaria spp.

were grown in uniform conditions, and seven morphological characters measured. After re-expression and transformation the data were analysed by cluster analysis and principal components analysis. Within the Papaveraceae, Fumaria has been placed as sister to the genus Rupicapnos, in tribe Fumarieae and subtribe Fumariinae (Pérez-Gutiérrez et al.

Chromosome counts indicate a base. Written by three international experts and published in association with Brooklyn Botanic Garden, the book features concise descriptions, useful keys to the genera and species that allow for 5/5(1).

Rupicapnos Pomel, Pseudojumaria Med. and Cysticapnos. In Lidén's family treatment the last three genera were placed in the tribe Fumarieae (Lidén, ). Traditional morphological studies, such as seed coat anatomy, have also placed Adlumia close to Dactylicapnos, Ceratocapnos, Pseudojumaria, Capnoides, Cysticapnos and Corydalis pp.

Statistics. The Plant List includes scientific plant names of species rank for the genus these 56 are accepted species names. The Plant List includes a further scientific plant names of infraspecific rank for the genus do not intend The Plant List to be complete for names of infraspecific rank.

These are primarily included because names of species rank are. The footprint left by this kind of event is also reflected in the distribution of other genera of the tribe (Fumaria, Platycapnos, Rupicapnos, and Sarcocapnos), as is the presence of two species of Sarcocapnos in North Africa (S.

crassifolia and S. enneaphylla) or the presence of a species of Rupicapnos in the south of the Iberian Peninsula (R. the genera Fumaria and Rupicapnos. – II.

Journal of the Linnean Society Revision de las especies. de Fumaria de la Peninsula Within the book are interspersed pages of illustrations. smaller systematic papers have as a rule taken the genera in a more limited sense.

Pugsley* has recently published a very careful revision of the genus Fumaria, from which he has separated and revised the genus Rupicapnos, at the same time pointing out the desirability of recognising the genera Platycapnos, Bernhardi, and Discocapnos, Cham.

The most striking type of fluffy material was found in the genera Rupicapnos (Plate III, 8) and Fumaria (Plate IV, 10), where a large accumulation of this material covered the pore aperture and was visible from the vacuolate microspore stage.

In the rest of genera only a slight amount of apertural fluffy plug has been found. Fumaria parviflora var. indica (Hausskn.) Fumaria vaillantii var.

indica Hausskn. Homonyms Fumaria indica (Hausskn.) Pugsley Bibliographic References. Pugsley () In: J. Linn. Soc, Bot. Pugsley HW () A Revision of the Genera Fumaria and Rupicapnos. 1. Introduction. The family Fumariaceae, which is widely distributed in the Mediterranean region, comprises the genera Fumaria, Corydalis, Rupicapnos, Sarcocapnos, Ceratocapnos and Platycapnos (Lidén, a).The occurrence of isoquinoline alkaloids in all this genera indicates a close relationship with the Papaveraceae family (Preininger, ).There are two biosynthetic pathways.

To explore the taxonomic status, phylogenetic patterns, and character evolution of various groups within Papaveraceae s.

(Pteridophylloideae, Papaveroideae, Hypecoideae, and Fumarioideae), two data sets were created and analyzed using Bayesian inference, maximum likelihood, and parsimony methods: 1) a Ranunculales data set for 82 genera representing all of the major families within the.

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Jameson. The production of isoquinoline alkaloids related to the crassifoline metabolism by plants of the genera Ceratocapnos, Sarcocapnos, Fumaria, Platycapnos and Rupicapnos was investigated.

Callus and cell suspensions of Ceratocapnos heterocarpa were initiated and their alkaloid composition compared with that of the plant. In the absence of organogenesis, only reticuline related alkaloids.

While, the genus Fumaria is characterised due to the presence of pinnatisect leaves (Jafri, ), porate pollen grains (Perveen & Qaiser, ) and globose or oblong seeds. However, the seeds. One species, Fumaria abyssinica Hammar, can be found in East Africa, and three genera (Cysticapnos Mill., Discocapnos Cham.

& Schltdl., and Trigonocapnos Schltr.) are distributed in South Africa. Biogeographically, most Fumarieae genera are narrowly distributed endemics, and there is a strong disjunction (Mediterranean-South Africa-Central Asia).

The absence of spiroben- zylisoquinolines, phthalideisoquinolines and indenoben- zazepines indicates no close relationship with the genera Fumaria and Rupicapnos.

Rather, Platycapnos shows greater similarity to the genus Corydalis where high con- centrations of aporphines and morphinandienones are not infrequently found [12, 13]. includes those genera (Cryptocapnos Rech.f., Fumaria L., Fu-mariola Korsch., and Rupicapnos Pomel) with a hard-walled, one-seeded nutlet, stigma with two large papillae, pantoporate pollen, and a peculiar seed coat anatomy (Lid é n, ; Fuku-hara and Lid é n, b); Sarcocapninae comprises genera (Ceratocapnos Dur., Platycapnos (DC.).

Abstract. Taxonomic and herbarium revision of the genus Fumana (Dunal) Spach (Cistaceae) coupled with field surveys in Croatia yielded several interesting new data. Two overlooked and poorly known species, Fumana scoparia Pomel and Fumana laevis (Cav.) Pau, are confirmed for Croatian flora. The existence of Fumana ericoides (Cav.) Gand.

has not been confirmed and all actual Croatian. Description. The plants may be annual, biennial, or perennial. Usually herbaceous, a few species form shrubs or evergreen are lactiferous, producing latex, which may be milky or watery, coloured or parts contain a well-developed duct system (these ducts are called "laticifers"), producing a milky latex, a watery white, yellow or red juice.

Fumaria (fumitory or fumewort, from Latin fumus terrae, "smoke of the earth") is a genus of about 60 species of annual flowering plants in the family genus is native to Europe, Africa and Asia, most diverse in the Mediterranean region, and introduced to North, South America and Australia.

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Introduction The genus Meconopsis Vig. includes about 50–60 species that are distributed mainly in the Qinghai-Tibetan plateau (QTP) [1] – [4] and is a symbol of the Himalayan alpine flowers. Genera In Family: genera, species: northern temperate Stylomecon moved to Papaver. Corydalis, Dicentra, Fumaria in Fumariaceae in FNANM, elsewhere.

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Within the Papaveraceae, Fumaria has been placed as sister to the genus Rupicapnos, in tribe Fumarieae and subtribe Fumariinae (Pérez-Gutiérrez et al. Chromosome counts indicate a base number of x = 8 in the lineage.

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You'll just love how well he frames arguments and relies on evidence/examples/diagrams. Now enough wasting time!Reviews: Fumarioideae is a subfamily of the family Papaveraceae (the poppy family).

It was formerly treated as a separate family, the Fumariaceae (the fumitory, fumewort or bleeding-heart family). It consists of about species of herbaceous plants in 20 genera, native to the Northern Hemisphere and South largest genus is Corydalis (with species).

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The seed samples represent 11 genera and species that cover all the genera and subgenera with dehiscent fruits as well as five genera (eight species) with indehiscent fruits. The funicle and ovule samples represent 11 genera (48 species) and eight genera (14 species), respectively (designated by superscripts a and b in the appendix, Table.

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