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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «INFRASPECIFIC» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «INFRASPECIFIC»
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Infraspecific classification of wild and cultivated plants
In this long-awaited volume, taxonomists in botany, horticulture, agriculture, and forestry explore the limitations of the present system of classification and consider ways to develop more satisfactory and workable systems for the future.
Brian Thomas Styles, Systematics Association, 1986
An annotated index to species and infraspecific taxa of ...
A short introduction precedes this annotated, alphabetical index to the new species described or proposed by Murrill.
Roy E. Halling, 1986
Evolution of Insect Pests: Patterns of Variation
Several problems must be addressed from the perspective of infraspecific
variation. First, how do we identify important variants? We must distinguish
between polymorphism across the range of a species and variation that is
structured in some ...
Ke Chung Kim, Bruce A. McPheron, 1993
Potato diversity at height
The diversity of uses of infraspecific diversity is often particularly rich in the
centres of crop origin and diversity (Sandstrom, 1991;Schultes and Von Reis,
1995). The most obvious use of crop genetic diversity is embedded within
Stef de Haan, 2009
Plant Taxonomy: The Systematic Evaluation of Comparative Data
Although some of these concepts and labels have been used occasionally in the
botanical literature, their occurrence is not frequent in a taxonomic sense and
does not impact significantly on our discussion of infraspecific categories. They
Tod F. Stuessy, 2013
Infraspecific Chemical Taxa of Medicinal Plants
Infraspecific differentiation. Classification of infraspecific chemical taxa. Nomenclature of infraspecific chemical taxa.
Péter Tétényi, 1970
Flax: The genus Linum
Characterization of germplasm using internationally standardized crop
descriptors would also assist in the identification of particular infraspecific groups
and unique germplasm. Molecular characterization needs to be encouraged as it
Alister D. Muir, Neil D. Westcott, 2003
Hierarchical categories extend below (infraspecific categories) and above (
higher categories) genus and trivial or species epithets. Infraspecific categories
include increasingly smaller groups of organisms as one moves down the
Elizabeth Reitz, Myra Shackley, 2012
Plant Taxonomy and Biosystematics
Nevertheless there are many contemporary authors who, recognizing the lack of
progress in reaching a conformity of treatment of infraspecific ranks, propose that
taxonomists should compromise by recognizing only one such level, the ...
Clive A. Stace, 1991
Gorilla Biology: A Multidisciplinary Perspective
Such a poorly calibrated yardstick is aberrant in its length, and the ticks
representing the various hierarchical levels of infraspecific variation are mostly or
entirely missing (Fig. 4.10). However, even if some infraspecific hierarchical
levels are ...
Andrea B. Taylor, Michele L. Goldsmith, 2002
NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «INFRASPECIFIC»
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World's Largest Plants Database Assembled
Of the 1.25 million names, 1.04 million are of species rank while the remainder are "infraspecific," meaning they are families or sub-groups of ... «Discovery News, Dec 10»
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