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Classification, evolution, and phylogeny of the families of Monocotyledons

Aaron Goldberg

Classification, evolution, and phylogeny of the families of Monocotyledons

by Aaron Goldberg

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Published by Smithsonian Institution Press in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Monocotyledons -- Classification,
  • Monocotyledons -- Evolution,
  • Monocotyledons -- Phylogeny

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAaron Goldberg
    SeriesSmithsonian contributions to botany -- no. 71
    ContributionsSmithsonian Institution. Press
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationiii, 74 p.
    Number of Pages74
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13615119M
    OCLC/WorldCa27530078

    Results from an online survey of family delimitation in angiosperms and ferns: recommendations to the Angiosperm Phylogeny Group for thorny problems in plant classification. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, Vol. , Issue. 4, p. Cited by: an initial project by the Monocot AToL (Angiosperm Tree of Life) team on phylogeny and evolution in Poales, using sequence data for 81 plastid genes (exceeding .

    Many botanists have been lured to destruction in attempting to discover the Eldorado of Angio-sperm Phylogeny. Dr. Cronquist has been lured but has returned alive to tell of his adventures in the volume now before us. His book falls into two halves, the first comprising three chapters dealing respectively with taxonomic principles, the origin of the angio-sperms and the evolution Cited by: Goldberg (). "Classification, Evolution and Phylogeny of the Families of Monocotyledons". Smithsonian Contributions to Botany. 1– Aaron Goldberg treats the Angiosperms, in which he recognizes families and 59 orders of Dicotyledons and accept 57 families and 18 orders of Monocotyledons:Angiosperm Phylogeny Group System .

    Diversity, phylogeny, and evolution in the monocotyledons. Reviewed by Michael F. Fay. Diversity, phylogeny, and evolution in the monocotyledons Seberg Ole, Petersen Gitte, Barfod Anders S. and Davis Jerrold I. Aarhus: Aarhus University Press. €5395 (paperback). pp. Composition of some of the major orders and families of Cited by: A major advance in this respect was the work of Rolf Dahlgren (), which would form the basis of the Angiosperm Phylogeny Group's (APG) subsequent modern classification of monocot families. Dahlgren who used the alternate name Lilliidae considered the monocots as a subclass of angiosperms characterised by a single cotyledon and the presence Clade: Angiosperms.


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Classification, evolution, and phylogeny of the families of Monocotyledons by Aaron Goldberg Download PDF EPUB FB2

Classification, Evolution, and Phylogeny of the Families of Monocotyledons Aaron Goldberg Introduction To some extent classification is subjective. Taxonomists differ in the relative importance they ascribe to particular characters and in.

About monocot family names have been published. Those who have attempted an overview of the system at the family level and above in the last quarter century recognize between 45 and monocot families in 14 to 38 orders.

I accept 57 families. About monocot family names have been published. Those who have attempted an overview of the system at the family level and above in evolution last quarter century recognize between 45 and monocot families in 14 to 38 : Goldberg, Aaron. About dicot family names have been published.

Those who have attempted an overview of the system at the family level and above in the last quarter century recognize between and dicot families in 39 to 82 : Goldberg, Aaron.

Get this from a library. Classification, evolution, and phylogeny of the families of Monocotyledons. [Aaron Goldberg] -- To some extent classification is subjective. Taxonomists differ in the relative importance they ascribe to particular characters and in the degree of difference between related taxa they deem.

Get this from a library. Classification, evolution, and phylogeny of the families of Monocotyledons. [Aaron Goldberg; Smithsonian Institution. Press,] -- To some extent classification is subjective. Taxonomists differ in the relative importance they ascribe to particular characters and in the degree of difference between related taxa they deem.

DSpace Repository Classification, evolution, and phylogeny of the families of monocotyledons. Login. DSpace Home → Smithsonian Contributions Series → Smithsonian Contributions to Botany. Morphological concepts; Chemical characters; Evolutionary concepts, classification; Criteira for the monocotyledons; Origin of the monocotyledons; Fossils; Distribution of character conditions; Ancestral and derived character states in monocotyledons in general and in various of the major groups; Evolution within the monocotyledons; Taxonomy; Superorder liliiflorae.

DSpace Repository Classification, Evolution, and Phylogeny of the Families of Dicotyledons. Login. DSpace Home → Smithsonian Contributions. sizable number of small families. Most taxonomists believe that classification which reflects true phylogeny is preferable to a synthetic taxonomy that lumps unrelated but convergent taxa into large, unnatural families.

The latest research on the new synthesis of monocot evolution is reviewed, with particular emphasis on families rich. Get this from a library. Classification, evolution, and phylogeny of the families of Monocotyledons. [Aaron Goldberg; Smithsonian Institution. Press.]. The Families of the Monocotyledons Structure, Evolution, and Taxonomy.

Authors (view affiliations) About this book. Keywords. Amaryllidaceae Arales Arecales Bromeliales Ericaceae Flora Iridaceae Liliaceae Liliales Poales Pontederiales Spadiciflorae Velloziales classification evolution.

Authors and affiliations. Rolf M. Dahlgren. Most taxonomists believe that classification which reflects true phylogeny is preferable to a synthetic taxonomy that lumps unrelated but convergent taxa into large, unnatural families.

The latest research on the new synthesis of monocot evolution is reviewed, with particular emphasis on families rich in horticulturally important geophytic Cited by: 5. The root of the current tree connects the organisms featured in this tree to their containing group and the rest of the Tree of Life.

The basal branching point in the tree represents the ancestor of the other groups in the tree. Genre/Form: Classification: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Goldberg, Aaron. Classification, evolution, and phylogeny of the families of Dicotyledons.

The more characters to distinguish monocotyledons and dicotyledons that are taken into consideration, the more numerous become the families which exhibit both mono- and dicotyledonous characters.

In particular, monocotyledons and ranalean dicotyledons appear intimately related and the gaps between them do not allow a distinction into classes to Cited by: Abstract. The distribution of a great number of character states in monocotyledons has recently been surveyed by Dahlgren and Clifford ().

This presentation deals with the possibilities of using these characters in estimates of monocotyledon phylogeny. Various hypotheses of monocotyledon evolution and phylogeny are discussed in the light.

This two-volume set dedicated to Rolf Dahlgren (), contains 31 papers presented at an international Monocotyledons: Systematics and Evolution symposium at Kew in They address systematics, mainly at a family level and above, with the aim of encouraging a new classification of the monocotyledons.

Taxon-based papers are interspersed with ones on. Classification, evolution, and phylogeny of the families of Monocotyledons / View Metadata.

By: Goldberg, Aaron Holding Institution: Smithsonian Libraries. Subjects: Classification Evolution Monocotyledons Phylogeny.

Enumeratio plantarum omnium hucusque cognitarum: secundum familias naturales disposita, adjectis characteribus. The complete matrix includes 93 terminals representing Acorus, the 14 families currently recognized within Alismatales, and numerous lineages of monocotyledons.

Monocots: Systematics and Evolution presents leading work from around the world on non-grass monocotyledons and includes reviews and current research into their comparative biology, phylogeny and classification. The papers are based on presentations at the Second International Conference.Diversity and Phylogeny of the Monocotyledons: Contributions from Monocots V (Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden) by Lisa Campbell (Editor), Jerrold I.

Davis (Editor), Alan W. Meerow (Editor), Robert F. C. Naczi (Editor), Dennis W. Stevenson (Editor), W. Wayt Thomas (Editor) & 3 more.A system of plant taxonomy by John Hutchinson, the Hutchinson system, was published as The families of flowering plants, arranged according to a new system based on their probable phylogeny (two volumes) in three editions; 1st edition –; 2nd edition ; 3rd edition, This classification is according to the 1st Edition Volume 1: Dicotyledonae and .