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The Polynesian species of Hedyotis (Rubiaceae)

F. Raymond Fosberg

The Polynesian species of Hedyotis (Rubiaceae)

by F. Raymond Fosberg

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Published by The Museum in Honolulu, Hawaii .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Polynesia.
    • Subjects:
    • Hedyotis.,
    • Botany -- Polynesia.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby F. Raymond Fosberg.
      SeriesBernice P. Bishop Museum. Bulletin, 174
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGN670 .B4 no. 174
      The Physical Object
      Pagination102 p.
      Number of Pages102
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL185152M
      LC Control Numbera 43002324
      OCLC/WorldCa12187895

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      Polynesian tattoo symbols explained: i'a (fish) I'a: (Samoan, Marquesan, Hawaiian) . I'a (ia in Tahitian, ika in Maori) is the general word used throughout Polynesia to indicate fish. Specific representations may have different names based on their characteristics and particular meaning. Discover delightful children's books with Prime Book Box, a subscription that delivers new books every 1, 2, or 3 months — new customers receive 15% off your first box. Learn more. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your Reviews:

        Oldenlandia was named by Linnaeus in in Species Plantarum. The name honors the Danish botanist Henrik Bernard Oldenland (c). Some species are important in ethnomedicine; a number (usually island endemics) are threatened species, with one species and one variety being completely extinct already. 1. For any mistake in identification or for becoming efloraofindia e-group member (for contributing towards building of efloraofindia or otherwise), pl. mail to [email protected] or [email protected] 2. For better viewing of species' pages, colour scheme & formatting is being followed as: Description of the species, Details of other flora species on the same page, Uses.


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The Polynesian species of Hedyotis (Rubiaceae) by F. Raymond Fosberg Download PDF EPUB FB2

Polynesian species of Hedyotis (Rubiaceae). Honolulu, Hawaii: The [Bernice P. Bishop] Museum, (OCoLC) Material Type: Thesis/dissertation: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: F Raymond Fosberg. The Polynesian species of Hedyotis (Rubiaceae). [F Raymond Fosberg] Home.

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PDF | An identification key to all the reported species of Hedyotis-Oldenlandia group (Hedyotis, Oldenlandia, Exallage, Leptopetalum, Scleromitrion and | Find, read and cite all the research. A detailed survey of the species related to Hedyotis fruticosa begins with the 24 Sri Lankan species, most of which exhibit morphological characters similar to Hedyotis fruticosa.

Heterostyly inHedyotis nigricans (Lam,) Fosb., a species of the family Rubiaceae is described with measurements of style, anther height, pollen grain diameters and stigmatic papillae.

Results of pollination experiments in various crosses are reported. Thrum is more completely self-incompatible than Pin and the cross Pin X Thrum is more fertile than the reciprocal.

This book describes the story of Tommo, who finds himself in a valley with the dangerous (rumored cannibal) tribe of the Typee. Through a series of animatedly depicted scenes, Tommo's interaction with the natives is recorded first hand.

Melville spent 4 years The Polynesian species of Hedyotis book through several Polynesian Islands and this undoubtedly influenced this s:   Over 20 species from the Hedyotis – Oldenlandia complex, such as O.

biflora, O. corymbosa, and O. diffusa, are well-known as folk medicine for treatment of cancers, infections, remittent and bilious fever, and other diseases in many Asian countries (Li et al., ). Hedyotis was formerly defined very broadly by some authors, and included species now placed in Oldenlandia, Oldenlandiopsis, Houstonia, Kadua, and other genera.

It is now circumscribed more narrowly, as a monophyletic group that is closely related to Agathisanthemum. Species include: Hedyotis lawsoniae; Hedyotis lessertiana; Hedyotis purpurea. Beyond ʻŌhiʻa Valley by Lisa Matsumoto This beautifully illustrated book tells the tale of a native Hawaiian tree snail and the struggle to survive in a forest full of deadly invasive species.

Sadly, this is the reality of native plants and animals in Hawaii; of the 99 species of Hawaiian tree snails, 74 are already extinct. Polynesian culture, the beliefs and practices of the indigenous peoples of the ethnogeographic group of Pacific Islands known as Polynesia, which encompasses a huge triangular area of the east-central Pacific Ocean.

In the early s, about 70 percent of the total population of Polynesia resided in Hawaii. Hedyotis was based on three Asian species (type Hedyotis fruticosa); Oldenlandia was based on four species, including the pantropical type species Oldenlandia corymbosa; and Houstonia, a strictly North American genus, included the species Houstonia caerulea (type) and Houstonia purpurea.

Phylogeny of the Asian Hedyotis–Oldenlandia complex (Spermacoceae, Rubiaceae): Evidence for high levels of polyphyly and the parallel evolution of diplophragmous capsules. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 67(1): DOI: / PDF Reference page.

International Plant Names Index. Hedyotis. Published online. species photo trees areas tree rain forest scrub forests dry native hawaiian volcanic pacific slopes plants soil lowland limestone types zone eastern You can write a book review and share your experiences.

Other readers will always be. The Hedyotis-Oldenlandia complex (Rubiaceae: Spermacoceae) in Asia and the Pacific: Phylogeny revisited with new generic delimitations. Taxon 64(2): DOI: / PDF. related Hawaiian genus Gouldia A. Gray. In I revised the Polynesian species of Hedyotis (including Kadua Cham.

& Schlechtend.), adopting a broad generic concept and proposing subgeneric and sectional alignments needed to accommodate the Polynesian species. Because of other commitments, an intended. Polynesian Migrations -Part 2.

Migrations-Plants. Migrations Bibliography. Plants are arranged in botanical order from least evolved to most evolved.

Further research might indicate that additional species were brought. Each entry includes the Hawaiian name of the plant, the common English name (if there is one), and the scientific name. The Polynesian species of Hedyotis (Rubiaceae).

Fosberg, F.R. Volume Report of the Director for Buck, P.H. (Te Rangi Hiroa). 20 pp. Volume Shallow-water Steroidea and Ophiuroidea of Hawaii. Ely, C.A. 63 pp. Volume A revision of the Pteridophyta of Samoa. Christensen, C. Volume Flora of Niue Island.

In his book Maori Music, with its Polynesian Background (Polynesian Society Memoir No. 10, New Plymouth: Thomas Avery & Sons, ), Johannes Andersen quotes a description of the pahū from an account by Arthur S. Thomson, published in "Suspended by cords from an elevated stage hung a wooden gong twelve feet long, not unlike a canoe in.

() The Polynesian species of Hedyotis (Rubiaceae). Bernice P. Bishop Museum Bulletin Groeninckx I, Dessein S, Ochoterena H, Persson C, Motley TJ, Kårehed J, Bremer B, Huysmans S, Smets E. () Phylogeny of the herbaceous Tribe Spermacoceae (Rubiaceae) based.

The book moves chronologically from the point of Portuguese navigator Ferdinand Magellan's voyage, which was the first European attempt to travel successfully into the Polynesian Triangle, a vast.Hedyotis diffuse Willd.

(HD) and Hedyotis corymbosa (L.) Lam. (HC), two closely related species of the same genus, are both used for health benefits and disease prevention in China.

HC is also indiscriminately sold as HD in the wholesale chain and food markets. This confusion has led to a growing concern about their identification and quality evaluation.On board, we use several valuable reference books to terrestrial flora and fauna: A Field Guide to the Birds of Hawaii and the Tropical Pacific by Pratt, Burner, and Berrett, pages.

Seabirds: An Identification Guide by Peter Harrison is a superb guide to seabirds of the world that should be in every serious bird-watchers library.