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Jepson Field Book volume 15 page 196 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 15 page 196
Subjects for Students.  - Position of cotyledons in Cal. Cruciferae, Lepidium and related genera. - Cuscuta subinclusa, hosts, germination. Cf. Schimpfer, p. 126. - The number of fls. which set fruit in a cluster and the reasons therefore: zum Beispiel: Ceanothus thrysiflorus with masses of fls. but nothing like the number of fruits. Sterility and its causes. - Why no Alder seedlings in Strawberry canon? Germination tests. Comparisons with other species. - The Passing of the Valley Oak, The Cuscuta in the Marshes, The Sycamore and its relation to Climate and Temp. in California. Trespasses not on the Redwood Belt. - Sequence of Leaf-form in Ranunculus Californicus. ::::::::: Californian Collectors.  = Guirado, State Survey. = Lobb, Wm. = Heermann, (Pac. R.R.) = Bridges, Thos. = Murray, Wm. = Beardsley ---------- Escscholtz, J.F. In "Memoires de L'Academie Imperiale der Sciences de St. Petersbourg" Tome X, (1826). pp. 281-292. Eschscholtz (sic!) has a paper "Descriptiones Plantarum Novae Californiae, adjectis florum exoticorum analysibus" (Conventui [?] exhibuit die 18 Junii, 1843). He describes as new in Latin, with ample descrip: Abronia latifolia, Hoitzia squarrosa, Polemonium capitatum, Solanum umbelliferum, Ribes tubulosum, Lonicera Ledebourii (cont bottom next p.)
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