3 edition of A synopsis of North American lichens found in the catalog.
A synopsis of North American lichens
|Statement||by Edward Tuckerman.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 microfiches (94 fr.).|
|Number of Pages||94|
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Lecanora willeyi Tuck., A synopsis of the North American lichens 1: () [MB#]. Observations on North American and other Lichens (Continued from Vol. VI. p. ). Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences – BHL Reference page. Tuckerman, E. A synopsis of the North American lichens. Part. II. Comprising the Lecideacei, and (in part) the Graphidacei. New Bedford, Mass. pp. Recent.
A Synopsis of the North American Lichens by Edward Tuckerman () " pale and blackening; marginate. The two genera here brought together suggest now more or less limited, or otherwise conditioned, by the blackening " 7. The Book of Days: A Miscellany of Popular Antiquities in Connection with the by Robert Chambers (). New York: American Book Co., p. species, geographic varieties, forms, and named hybrids are discussed. Arranged by families. Gives meanings (or sources) of generic, specific, varietal and formal names. An effort has been made to record the .
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Genre/Form: book: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Tuckerman, Edward, Synopsis of the North American lichens. Boston, S.E. Cassino, This stunning book—the first accessible and authoritative guidebook to lichens of the North American continent—fills the gap, presenting superb color photographs, descriptions, distribution maps, and keys for identifying the most common, conspicuous, or ecologically significant species/5(60).
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Full text of "A synopsis of the North American lichens". A synopsis of the North American species of Anaptychia (Physciaceae) Article in The Bryologist (Winter ) January with 38 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
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This stunning book - the first accessible and authoritative guidebook to lichens of the North American continent - fills the gap, presenting superb colour photographs, descriptions, distribution maps, and keys for identifying the most common, conspicuous, or ecologically significant species.
A synopsis of the lichen family Gomphillaceae in eastern North America is presented, based mainly on collections made by the second author during the past 30 ye. He wrote many historical and theological articles after joining Amherst College as a lecturer in history () and a professor of botany ().
He was the first botanist to explore the New England mountains for lichens; his Genera Lichenum: An Arrangement of North American Lichens () is considered his greatest book on this topic. Forest Plans of North America presents case studies of contemporary forest management plans developed for forests owned by federal, state, county, and municipal governments, communities, families, individuals, industry, investment organizations, conservation organizations, and others in the United States, Canada, and Mexico.
The book provides. Lichenology is the branch of mycology that studies the lichens, symbiotic organisms made up of an intimate symbiotic association of a microscopic alga (or a cyanobacterium) with a filamentous fungus.
Study of lichens draws knowledge from several disciplines: mycology, phycology. LICHENS, lī'kĕnz (Lat. lichen, For American species, consult Tuckerman, A Synopsis of North American Lichens.
See Ascomycetes and Colored Plate of Mosses and Lichens with Musci. LICHENS. USNEA. STICTA. SECTION OF STICTA, showing algal. Edward Tuckerman (December 7, in Boston, Massachusetts – Ma ) was an American botanist and professor who made significant contributions to the study of lichens and other alpine plants.
He was a founding member of the Natural History Society of Boston and most of his career was spent at Amherst did the majority of his collecting on the slopes of Mount Washington in Born: December 7,Boston, Massachusetts. A synopsis of the North American lichens.
comprising the lecideacei, and (in part) the graphidacei / by Edward Tuckerman Tuckerman, Edward, [ Microform, Book: ] At National Library. Lichens of North America.
Surveys of lichens and lichenicolous fungi have been taking place in the U.S. state of Alaska for more than years, but until now assessing the full extent of Author: Bruce Mccune.
LICHENS, lī-kĕnz (Lat. lichen, lichen, Gr. λειχήν), a large but artificial group of the higher fungi (Carpophyta), characterized by parasitic growth upon the lower blue-green and yellow-green algæ (Protophyta, Chlorophyceæ).Lichens are of the wildest occurrence in nature, appearing as gray, yellow and brown crusts or masses almost everywhere upon trees, rocks and soil.Page - Genera Lichenum: An Arrangement of the North American Lichens' () ; 'A Catalogue of Plants growing without Cultivation within Thirty Miles of Amherst College' () ; and 'A Synopsis of North American Lichens, Part I> ().
.The “Synopsis of the Lichenes of New England, the other Northern States, and British America” published by Tuckerman in “was the first attempt at a systematic description and classification of all lichens known, at that time, in the temperate regions of North America and may be called the lichen-primer of this country” (Farlow ).