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The Phylogeny and classification of the ferns

The Phylogeny and classification of the ferns

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Published by Koeltz Scientific in Koenigstein, W. Germany .
Written in English

  • Ferns -- Classification -- Congresses.,
  • Ferns -- Congresses.,
  • Plants -- Phylogeny -- Congresses.

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    Statementeditors, A.C. Jermy, J.A. Crabbe, B.A. Thomas.
    ContributionsCrabbe, J. A., Thomas, Barry A., Jermy, A. C., British Pteridological Society., Linnean Society of London., Linnean Society of London.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 284 p., [32] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages284
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18936992M
    ISBN 103874292185

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Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection. Biology and Evolution of Ferns and Lycophytes. Edited by Tom A. Ranker, Christopher H In The Phylogeny and Classification of the Ferns, ed. Jermy, A. C., Crabbe, J.

A., and Thomas, B. A., Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, 67 (Suppl. The Phylogeny and Classification of the Ferns available in Hardcover on, also read synopsis and reviews.

The book is based on a symposium on The Phylogeny and Classification of. The Pteridophyte Phylogeny Group, or PPG, is an informal international group of systematic botanists who collaborate to establish a consensus on the classification of pteridophytes (lycophytes and ferns) that reflects knowledge about plant relationships discovered through phylogenetic studies.

Inthe group published a classification for extant pteridophytes, termed "PPG I". Phylogeny and Classification of the Ferns [A C Jermy] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying by: In this chapter, a brief synopsis of vascular plant relationships – as currently understood – is initially provided to place ferns within a broader phylogenetic framework.

This is followed by an overview of fern phylogeny, with most attention devoted to the leptosporangiate clade that. A fern (Polypodiopsida or Polypodiophyta) is a member of a group of vascular plants (plants with xylem and phloem) that reproduce via spores and have neither seeds nor differ from mosses by being vascular, i.e., having specialized tissues that conduct water and nutrients and in having life cycles in which the sporophyte is the dominant Tracheophytes.

Fern phylogeny. Chapter (PDF the two types of nectar have therefore been used for a long time as text-book examples of symmetric mutualism: services provided by animals to plants in exchange. A molecular phylogeny of scaly tree ferns (Cyatheaceae) Article (PDF Available) in American Journal of Botany 94(5) · May with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

The Phylogeny and classification of the ferns book An attractive chart displaying all families of living ferns. Familiar fern names included. Uses the latest molecular (genetic) phylogenies. Fine-structure of relationships between families depicted. Available for on-line viewing or as a poster.

ous fern classification has employed cladistic methodology in a rigorous way; Stevenson and Loconte () superimposed on their tree a hierarchical classifi-cation, but the phylogeny that they generated as a basis for their classification was based exclusively. Dec 04,  · At the same time, it reveals the areas in which fern research is lagging behind or, alternatively, is leading.

This compilation of sixteen chapters addresses topics ranging from cell biology and biochemistry to ecology and biogeography, including the latest developments in genetics, phylogeny and by: 2.

Angiosperm Phylogeny Group (APG) in jeopardy – Where have the flowers gone. Theodor C. Cole Institute of Pharmacy and Molecular Biotechnology, Heidelberg University, Im Neuenheimer FeldHeidelberg, Germany, [email protected] The Angiosperm Phylogeny Group (APG) is a loose assemblage of systematic botanists aiming to.

The phylogeny-based classification used here conveys aspects of our knowledge about the phylogenetic relationships about land plants. Thus a family is clearly flagged as such and is a monophyletic group that can contain several genera, also flagged as such and also for the most part monophyletic, but a The Phylogeny and classification of the ferns book can never include families.

Jun 19,  · Written for upper undergraduates, graduates and academic researchers, Biology and Evolution of Ferns and Lycophytes fills a major gap in biological, organism-level, evolutionary literature by providing a review of the biology and evolution of this important group of vascular land Cambridge University Press.

Feb 13,  · The view in fern classification is still a jungle for the user, unless In Aprila symposium was held in London bringing pteridologists from around the world together to discuss phylogeny and classification of by: Aug 18,  · We must now view ferns not as a relatively few widely dispersed species but as many, more narrowly defined, often cryptic species.

In Chapter 13, ‘Phylogeny and evolution of ferns; a paleontological perspective’, G. Rothwell and R. Stockey consider the early stages of Cited by: 1. recognized in the most recent phylogeny-based classifi-cation for ferns (Smith & al., b); all large genera and many small genera are included (Appendix 1 in Electronic supplement).

To root the leptosporangiate phylogeny, five outgroup species were selected from the most closely related eusporangiate clades, namely horsetail and mar. Feb 13,  · In Aprila symposium was held in London bringing pteridologists from around the world together to discuss phylogeny and classification of ferns.

In the resulting conference volume, Holttum () stated that it would be impossible to come to a new classification without additional good monographic studies. He was of the opinion that Cited by: Jul 01,  · The current study represents the first attempt to address global questions of fern phylogeny by numerical cladistic analysis using morphological characters of both extinct and living taxa and to resolve the overall phylogenetic pattern for plants that we recognize as ferns s Book- VG.

DJ- Good, spine sunned, edgewear. 5x7. Some b/w plates & illus. Based on a symposium on the Phylogeny and Classification of the Filicopsida held inthis brings together scientists of various disciplines whose research could be used to simplify various fern phylogenies.

" -- cambridge rare books uk @ United KingdomBook Edition: Reprint. Hardback. No Dustjacket. Edition. APG - classification by consensus Kew scientist Mike Fay discusses the issues with classifying flowering plant species, and the efforts made by the Angiosperm Phylogeny Group (APG) to reclassify species using technological advances in DNA sequencing.

Phylogeny of Bryophytes With a sketchy fossil record, bryophyte phylogeny is based primarily on molecular sequencing of rRNA and morphology of extant species—with hypotheses changing as. A phylogeny of Athyrium based on total-evidence and a comprehensive sampling is conducted. Anisocampium, Cornopteris is separated from Athyrium, and Pseudathyrium is resurrected.

Eight robust major clades with morphological synapomorphies and two isolated species within Athyrium are recovered. A new sectional classification of Athyrium is proposed based on molecular and Cited by: 4.

Tzu-Tong Kao successfully defended his Ph.D. on December 16. Evolution and Diversification of Farinose Ferns in Xeric Environments: A Case Study Using Notholaena standleyi Maxon as a Model. Tzu-Tong (together with Wei-Ting and their new little baby Oliver) will soon be headed to Taiwan to start a postdoc at Academia Sinica.

Click my Phylogenetic Tree based on morphological data to view a visual of this classification. In the phylogenetic tree, licorice fern is classified in the colored sections belonging to the land plants, seedless vascular plants, and to the phylum Pteridophyta.

For a more in-depth look at licorice fern's phylogenetic break down click here. Abstract. The woodwardioid ferns comprise fourteen species distributed among three genera of the Blechnaceae: Anchistea C. Presl, Lorinseria C. Presl, and Woodwardia Sm. The former two genera are monotypic and are confined to eastern North America, while the twelve species of the latter genus are disjunctly distributed throughout the warm temperate and subtropical regions of the northern Cited by: Mar 25,  · This chapter reviews the major lineages, diversification events, and transitions in fern and lycophyte evolution and summarizes our current understanding of fern and lycophyte classification based on a modern, community-derived classification system that was recently produced for all 11, extant species of ferns and Emily B.

Sessa. Ferns are a group of about 20, species of plants (of which about 10, are living) in the division Pteridophyta. Unlike bryophytes, ferns have xylem and phloem, which makes them vascular plants.

Most ferns belong to the Class Leptosporangiata (or Pteridopsida). This includes most of those you see in gardens and mikemccarthycomedy.comm: Plantae. Mar 02,  · Tropical and temperate ferns are trated equally without bias toward the temperate gardener or indoor collector.

The only area not covered in exacting detail is classification and phylogeny, but since there is little scientific concensus in these areas, the short shrift is forgiveable.

The bibliography is outstanding. Jones did his homework!Cited by: We present a revised classification for extant ferns, with emphasis on ordinal and familial ranks, and a synop-sis of included genera. Our classification reflects recently published phylogenetic hypotheses based on both morphological and molecular data.

Within our new classification, we recognize four monophyletic classes, Mar 07,  · Phylogeny & Classification All of chapter Yup, the whole thing in one class.

Linnaean Classification This system was created long before scientists understood that organisms evolved. Because the Linnaean system is not based on evolution, most biologists are switching to a classification system that reflects the organisms' evolutionary.

Diversity of Life - Classification and Phylogeny Classification Binomial name • two-word naming system (Carolus Linnaeus) • First part is the genus (genera, plural) Second part is the species written: Genus species or Genus species ex. Felis catus (domestic cat). fern - The indusium - Protection of the sporangial cluster from exposure, drying, and other hazards is accomplished in various ways, such as by the formation of the sori in grooves or pockets or by the production of various forms of covers.

One is the so-called false indusium, a rolled-over leaf margin under which sporangia form and mature. The true indusium is a separate and unique formation. Jul 11,  · The Osmundales (Royal Fern order) originated in the late Paleozoic and is the most ancient surviving lineage of leptosporangiate ferns.

In contrast to its low diversity today (less than 20 species in six genera), it has the richest fossil record of any extant group of ferns.

The structurally preserved trunks and rhizomes alone are referable to more than fossil species that are classified Cited by: Classification of Pteridophytes: Since a long time vascular plants are customarily divided into pteridophyta and Spermatophyla.

This classification was based on the assumption that the former lack the seeds while the latter produced them. But the discovery of Ptcridosperms (seed bearing ferns) broke down this artificial classification. phylogeny and evolution of ferns (monilophytes) with a focus on the early leptosporangiate divergences1 kathleen m.

pryer,2'6 eric schuetrpelz,2 paul g. wolf,3 harald schneider,2,4 alan r. smith,5 and raymond cranfill 5 2department of biology. Recent phylogenetic studies have provided compelling evidence that confirms the once disputed hypothesis of monophyly for heterosporous leptosporangiate ferns (Marsileaceae and Salviniaceae).

Hypotheses for relationships among the three genera of Marsileaceae (Marsilea, Regnellidium, and Pilularia), however, have continued to be in by: fern - Leaf stalk - Fern leaves vary in the relationship of the petiole, or leaf stalk (often referred to as stipe in ferns), to the blade (the expanded part of the leaf).

Many strap-shaped leaves essentially have no petiole and are described as sessile; broad, ovate, or triangular leaves commonly have a pronounced leaf stalk, called a stipe, and are termed petiolate or stipitate.

Narrowly. Chase and Reveal () treated the horsetails as subclass Equisetidae of class Equisetopsida sensu lato. The consensus classification produced by the Pteridophyte Phylogeny Group in also places horsetails in the subclass Equisetidae, but in the class Polypodiopsida (ferns broadly defined).

PhylogenyClade: Tracheophytes. The Phylogeny and Classification of the Ferns: Supplement No. 1 to the Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society Vol 67 (Reprint Edition) by A.

C. Jermy (Editor), Anthony Clive Jermy, Barry A. Thomas, James A. Crabbe Alert me when this book becomes Edition: Reprint Edition.Feb 29,  · Polystichum (Dryopteridaceae) is probably the third largest fern genus in the world and contains ca.

species. Species of Polystichum occur on all continents except Antarctica, but its highest diversity is found in East Asia, especially Southwest China and adjacent regions. Previous studies typically had sparse taxon sampling and used limited DNA sequence data.

Consequently, the majority .This fully revised edition of Phylogeny and Evolution of the Angiosperms provides an up-to-date, comprehensive overview of the evolution of and relationships among these vital plants.

Incorporating molecular phylogenetics with morphological, chemical, developmental, and paleobotanical data, as well as presenting a more detailed account of early.