4 edition of origin, expansion, and demise of plant species found in the catalog.
origin, expansion, and demise of plant species
Donald A. Levin
Includes bibliographical references (p. 181-222) and index.
|Statement||Donald A. Levin.|
|Series||Oxford series in ecology and evolution|
|LC Classifications||QK980 .L48 2000, QK980 .L48 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 230 p. :|
|Number of Pages||230|
|ISBN 10||0195127285, 0195127293|
|LC Control Number||99034861|
The origin of the sporophyte in land plants (Embryophytes) is a fundamental evolutionary problem. All organisms, except prokaryotes, undergo regular sexual reproduction that involves a regular alternation between meiosis and fertilization. In land plants it is expressed by two alternating generations. Environmental Factors and Technology in Growing Plants answers to end of chapter questions, and additional questions. A plant’s center of origin is the geographical area where a species is believed to have evolved through natural selection from its ancestors. This is also the plant’s centerFile Size: KB.
John Lennox reasons that since man ate plants then plant death cannot be an issue or a consequence of human sin, even though plants did die (Lennox , p. 78). This overlooks the fact that plants are not looked upon as being “alive in biblical Hebrew or in second Temple Jewish literature” (Kennard , p. ). The regeneration of a dwarf bamboo, Sasa kurilensis, in forest understorys after synchronous die‐off provides a good opportunity for assessing how clonal species proliferate across heterogeneous light study suggests that clonal expansion of productive genets from higher‐light into shaded microsites contribute to the proliferation of S. kurilensis.
(Over time, the book became known by the shorter title "On the Origin of Species.") The original edition of the book was pages, and had taken Darwin about nine months to write. When he first submitted chapters to his publisher John Murray, in April , Murray had reservations about the book. Start studying Origin and Evolution of Plants. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
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Combining insights from observation, experimentation, and theory, The Origin, Expansion, and Demise of Plant Species offers a broad overview of species as dynamic entities that arise, have unique evolutionary histories, and ultimately go : Paperback.
Combining insights from observation, experimentation, and theory, The Origin, Expansion, and Demise of Plant Species offers a broad overview of species as dynamic entities that arise, have unique evolutionary histories, and ultimately go by: The Origin, Expansion, and Demise of Plant Species Donald A.
Levin Oxford Series in Ecology and Evolution. This origin provides a thoughtful and original reassessment of our understanding of plant speciation and extinction, by one of the leading workers on plant evolution. About the book: Combining insights from observation, experimentation, and theory, The Origin, Expansion, and Demise of Expansion Species offers a broad overview of species as dynamic entities that arise, have unique evolutionary histories, and ultimately go extinct.
Book: The origin, expansion, and demise of plant species + pp. Abstract: Each plant species has its own unique passage that is affected by its gene pool, dispersal ability, interactions with competitors and pests, and the habitats and climactic conditions to which it is by: The Origin, Expansion, and Demise of Plant Species tend that "our systems of names appears to achieve a reality which it does not in fact possess." As with all theoretical concepts, species concepts bear within themselves the character of instruments (Levin, ).
Get this from a library. The origin, expansion, and demise of plant species. [Donald A Levin] -- Each plant species has its own unique passage that is affected by a variety of aspects to which it is exposed. This book explores plant species as dynamic entities within this passage, following the.
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Print Book & E-Book. ISBN The origin and early evolution of land plants in the mid-Palaeozoic era, between about and million years ago, was an important event in Cited by: item 2 The Origin, Expansion, and Demise of Plant Species: By Levin, Donald A. - The Origin, Expansion, and Demise of Plant Species: By Levin, Donald A.
The first fundamental paper by Vavilov, Centers of origin of cultivated plants, was dedicated to Alphonse de Candolle, the first person in the history of science to pose questions concerning independent centers of origin (Vavilov ).
Vavilov's () work on the homologous series was recently re-recognized (Hammer and Schubert ) but his. published On the Origin of Species, which he considered an abstract of a larger future work.
During the remainder of his life Charles Darwin continued his research, publishing three additional books on explicitly evolutionary topics, and other books on topics including climbing plants, insect-orchid mutualisms, and earthworms.
AtFile Size: 2MB. Previous attempts to assess the discreteness or objectivity of plant species have relied on evidence from floras 9, monographs 10 and the degree of correspondence between folk and western taxonom However, these studies are inconclusive because of potential biases associated with human neurological proces Also, they fail to address whether discrete clusters, if they exist Cited by: The appearance of land vegetation on Earth million years ago marked a period of unparalleled innovation in plant evolution.
The transition from algae to the first land plantsthe transition from water to airentailed adaptations that gave rise to many of today's major plant groups, including mosses, liverworts, lycopsids, and ferns. These books documented types of plants commonly used at the time, and described attempts to cultivate wild plants.
Theophrastus developed his own vocabulary to describe plant processes and horticultural and agricultural efforts. He was concerned about the many species of unidentified and unknown plants of the wilderness.
Classification of Plant Taxonomy 3. Plant Kingdom. History and Development of Plant Taxonomy: The early history of development of botanical science is nothing but a history of development of plant taxonomy. The herbalists and agriculturists of ancient times gathered some knowledge about plants which was passed on from generation to generation.
The species included are grouped into genera, families and 4 major groups. Use the Browse function to explore the taxonomic hierarchy embedded within The Plant List. You can work down the taxonomic hierarchy from Major Group (to find out which Families belong to each), to Family (to work out which Genera belong to each) or Genus (to.Colonization of land.
Land plants evolved from a group of green algae, perhaps as early as mya, but algae-like plants might have evolved as early as 1 billion years ago. The closest living relatives of land plants are the charophytes, specifically Charales; assuming that the habit of the Charales has changed little since the divergence of lineages, this means that the land plants evolved.
On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, a groundbreaking scientific work by British naturalist Charles Darwin, is published in England.
Darwin’s theory argued that organisms.