EurekaMag.com logo
+ Site Statistics
References:
47,893,527
Abstracts:
28,296,643
+ Search Articles
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
EurekaMag Most Shared ContentMost Shared
EurekaMag PDF Full Text ContentPDF Full Text
+ PDF Full Text
Request PDF Full TextRequest PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter
Follow on Google+Follow on Google+
Follow on LinkedInFollow on LinkedIn

+ Translate

The Blouberg botanical expedition, with specific reference to the succulent vegetation


, : The Blouberg botanical expedition, with specific reference to the succulent vegetation. Aloe 28(3-4): 78-83

The Barlow Rand-FRD expedition to Blouberg, in the north-western Transvaal, was held during the first week of Dec. 1990. Many plants with horticultural potential were brought back to Kirstenbosch and are being propagated from seeds or by cuttings.


Accession: 002241382

Submit PDF Full Text: Here


Submit PDF Full Text

No spam - Every submission is manually reviewed

Due to poor quality, we do not accept files from Researchgate

Submitted PDF Full Texts will always be free for everyone
(We only charge for PDFs that we need to acquire)

Select a PDF file:
Close
Close

Related references

Juergens N., 1986: Contributions to the ecology of southern african succulent plants an analysis of selected research sites in the succulent zone of southern africa with respect to size characteristics vegetation classification and life forms with special reference to leaf anatomical characteristics. Based on a considerable number of living plants and alcohol fixed samples the morphological-phenological defined life forms of southern African succulent plants are described in depth. The life form composition of a number of investigation areas r...

Anonymous, 1949: The botanical expedition to West Greenland 1946 Introduction with a short mention of the vegetation areas examined

Mostert,T.H.C.; Bredenkamp,G.J.; Klopper,H.L.; Verwey,C.; Mostert,R.E.; Hahn,N., 2008: Major Vegetation Types of the Soutpansberg Conservancy and the Blouberg Nature Reserve, South Africa. The Major Megetation Types (MVT) and plant communities of the Soutpansberg Centre of Endemism are described in detail, with special reference to the Soutpansberg Conservancy and the Blouberg Nature Reserve. Phytosociological data from 442 sample p...

Ayaslgil, Y., 1997: Vegetation studies in selected reference plots in the context of a project of the Eskisehir/Anadolu Botanical Gardens. A phytosociological study through natural vegetation in the region of Eskisehir, Turkey, using Braun-Blanquet analysis. Dominant species included Juniperus oxycedrus, J. excelsa, Pinus nigra and Quercus cerris.

Deil U., 1984: Botanical dissertations vol 74 the vegetation in the central rif northern morocco with particular reference to cedar forests and their replacement societies. The present volume attempts to provide further information on the phytosociology of northern Morocco. Topics covered include a discussion of the area under study, plant communities (including cedar forest communities, the Erinaceaeheath fragment c...

Schmidt, A.D.; Gruschwitz, M.., 2004: News on the Blouberg Conservation Project - an example for practical nature protection work in the new South Africa Neues vom Blouberg Conservation Project - ein Beispiel fuer praktische Naturschutzarbeit im neuen Suedafrika. Elaphe. 20 Mai; 122: 55-59

Mcvaugh R., 1990: Botanical result of the sesse and mocino expedition 1787 1803 iv the library and the herbarium of the expedition. Contributions from the University of Michigan Herbarium 17: 183-214

Merwe,H.vander; Rooyen,M.W.van; Rooyen,N.van, 2008: Vegetation of the Hantam-Tanqua-Roggeveld subregion, South Africa Part 2 Succulent Karoo Biome related vegetation. The Hantam-Tanqua-Roggeveld subregion lies within the Succulent Karoo Hotspot that stretches along the western side of the Republic of South Africa and Namibia. This project, carried out to document the botanical diversity in the Hantam-Tanqua-Rog...

Calonge, Fd, 1986: Illustrations of fungi and lichens of the botanical expedition to New Granada, deposited in the Royal Botanical Garden of Madrid. Caldasia 15(71-75): 47-51

Anonymous, 1945: The first botanical exploration of Table Mountain in Surinam A report of the New York Botanical Gardens Tropical Expedition of 1944 I II