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Revision of the genera Cymbopogon and Schizachyrium (Gramineae) in Australia
Stanley Thatcher Blake
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by S. T. Blake.|
|Series||Contributions from the Queensland Herbarium ; no. 17|
|LC Classifications||QK495.G74 B62|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||70 p. :|
|Number of Pages||70|
|LC Control Number||80469465|
Genus: Cymbopogon Spreng. – lemon grass Species: Cymbopogon schoenanthus (L.) Spreng. [excluded] – camel grass Subordinate Taxa. This plant has no children Legal Status. Wetland Status. Interpreting Wetland Status. Related Links. More Accounts and Images; ARS Germplasm Resources Information Network (CYSC8). When little bluestem was included in the Andropogon genus, many varieties were recognized. After its classification in the Schizachyrium genus, many of the varieties continued being recognized. There was difficulty in discerning varieties because of clinal variation and, subsequently, many varieties were reorganized into the 3 currently.
Cymbopogon martinii is a species of grass in the genus Cymbopogon (lemongrasses) native to India and Indochina, but widely cultivated in many places for its aromatic oil. It is best known by the common name palmarosa (palm rose) as it smells sweet and common names include Indian geranium, gingergrass, rosha, and rosha grass. Growing Lemon Grass (Cymbopogon citratus) Lemon grass is an easy-going tropical plant that is quite happy in full sun and average garden soil. It is a tender perennial, hardy only in Zones Where temperatures dip below 20°F in the winter, Lemon Grass should spend the summer outdoors but be brought in for the winter.
Specialist books such as this are few and far between. It is a good thing then, that this book is by no means a let down in any department. It contains concise and factual information about the genus Cypripedium, ranging from cultural details, to taxonomic and nomenclatural discussion, and including information on the distribution and relative rarity of the species the genus Reviews: 6. Cymbopogon synonyms, Cymbopogon pronunciation, Cymbopogon translation, English dictionary definition of Cymbopogon. also lemon grass n. any of several lemon-scented grasses of the genus Cymbopogon, esp. C. citratus, of tropical regions, used in cooking and as the source of an aromatic oil used esp. in perfumery. [–40] lemon grass.
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Cymbopogon, also known as lemongrass, barbed wire grass, silky heads, Cochin grass or Malabar grass or oily heads, is a genus of Asian, African, Australian, and tropical island plants in the grass family.
Some species (particularly Cymbopogon citratus) are commonly cultivated as culinary and medicinal herbs because of their scent, resembling that of lemons (Citrus limon).Clade: Tracheophytes.
Schizachyrium is a widespread genus of plants in the grass family. The name is derived from the Ancient Greek words σχίζειν (schizein), meaning "to split," and ἄχυρον (achyron), meaning "chaff."It refers to either the glume or the toothed lemmas.
In the United States, members of the genus are commonly known as bluestems. Species. Species in the genus include:Clade: Angiosperms. Cymbopogon citratus is abundant in the Philippines and Indonesia where it is known as tanglad or fragrant leaves are traditionally used in cooking, particularly for lechon and roasted chicken.
The dried leaves can also be brewed into a tea, either alone or as a flavoring in other teas, imparting a flavor reminiscent of lemon juice but with a mild sweetness without significant Family: Poaceae. Peichoto, M. Taxonomical revision of the species of the genus Schizachyrium Nees (Poaceae: Andropogoneae) of South America.
Candollea. A taxonomical revision of the genus Schizachyrium Nees in South America is presented. Twenty-two taxa are recognized, ranging from Colombia and Venezuela to Río Negro province in Argentina.
The identity of Schizachyrium bimucronatum Roseng. & al., Schizachyrium lactiflorum (Hack.) Herter, and Schizachyrium plumigerum (Ekman) Parodi, is reevaluated Cited by: 9.
However, in the last revision of the genus for South America, Türpe () merged sub S. condensatum all the entities mentioned above. Nevertheless, in Zuloaga et al. () S. condensatum and S. microstachyum are recognized as different species.
In order to solve these discrepancies we performed a typological interpretation of the variations. Contents Acknowledgements Introduction Stenli Tatçer Bleyk (ing. Stanley Thatcher Blake; – 24 fevral ) - Avstraliya botaniki. Elmi işləri. The honey flora of South-Eastern Queensland (avec C.
Roff), Queensland Department of Agriculture and Stock,p., pl.; A Revision of Melaleuca leucadendron and its Allies (Myrtaceae), Contributions from the Queensland Herbarium, N°1,p. Revision of the genera Cymbopogon and Schizachyrium (Gramineae) in Australia, Brisbane,Contributions from the Queensland Herbarium, N°17, 70 p.
Referències [ modifica ] ↑ Es poden consultar els tàxons descrits per aquest autor a International Plant Names Index (anglès). Statistics. The Plant List includes scientific plant names of species rank for the genus these 54 are accepted species names. The Plant List includes a further 49 scientific plant names of infraspecific rank for the genus do not intend The Plant List to be complete for names of infraspecific rank.
These are primarily included because. A tufted or single stemmed, slender annual, very common on sandy soils throughout the savanna regions of northern Australia. Plants erect or lying along the ground, cm tall, with narrow leaves arising from the base and along the stems (Fig. Leaves, stems and flowers often red-tinged or rusty brown especially when drying out through the dry season.
Stems give rise to. A fairly homogeneous genus of narrowly circumscribed species, which are often difficult to distinguish. The concave 2-keeled sessile spikelet clearly indicates an affinity with Andropogon, from which it differs mainly in its elaborate compound panicle with deflexed raceme bases.
Another distinguishing feature is the aromatic flavour when chewed. A taxonomic revision of the genus Germainia (Andropogoneae, Poaceae) in Thailand is presented based on herbarium and field studies, including evidence from morphology, habitats and geographical.
Description. Cymbopogon refractus is a tufted perennial bunchgrass, without stolons or culms, or stems of the grass are to 1 m (3 ft 3 in) in height and branching at the nodes are purplish and hairless.
The leaves of the plant are basal and on the stems. The leaf is hairless and when crushed gives off a lemon-ginger scent like other grasses in the genus Cymbopogon.
Cymbopogon citratus, Stapf (Lemon grass) is a widely used herb in tropical countries, especially in Southeast essential oil of the plant is used in aromatherapy. The compounds identified in Cymbopogon citratus are mainly terpenes, alcohols, ketones, aldehyde and esters. Some of the reported phytoconstituents are essential oils that contain Citral α, Citral β, Nerol.
1. Introduction. The genus Cymbopogon belongs to one of the most important essential oil yielding and monocots grass of the Poaceae (Gramineae) family and comprises about species, subspecies, varieties, and subvarieties that are widely distributed in temperate and tropical regions of the world (Bertea and Maffei, ).Although several species are.
The genus Cymbopogon (Poaceae) is most important from the point of view of their essential oils. Essential oils from these species are widely used in flavours, fragrances, cosmetics, soaps, detergents and perfumery owing to their typical lemon and rose-like aroma.
Cymbopogon essential oils and constituents present. INTRODUCTION. The three genera of smut fungi, Ustilago, Sporisorium and Macalpinomyces, form a complex that has eluded resolution by morphology (Langdon & FullertonVánkyPiepenbring et al.
) and molecular phylogenetic analysis (Stoll et al.).Two suggestions to reconcile the taxonomy of the complex have been proposed.
The first was to. CONSTITUENTS OF CYMBOPOGON SPECIES H. HEIBA and A. RIZK Scientific and Applied Research Centre University of Qatar Key words: Cymbopogon, Volatile oil, Non-volatile terpenoids, Phenolic compounds, Biological activities ABSTRACT A comprehensive review of the Cymbopogon species including the essential oils and.
Cymbopogon schoenanthus (L.) Spreng. is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Cymbopogon (family Poaceae). The record derives from WCSP (data supplied on ) which reports it as an accepted name (record ) with original publication details: Pl.
Min. Cogn. Pug. 2: 15. Cymbopogon citratus, commonly called lemongrass, is a frost-tender clumping perennial grass that is popularly used as a lemony flavoring in Thai, Vietnamese, Laotian and Cambodian cooking and is widely cultivated in Southeast Asia for that purpose.
It is also an outstanding ornamental grass that lends great beauty to garden areas regardless of.The species in this genus are collectively referred to as critical food source for the Golden Shouldered Parrot.
Schizachyrium species produce large amounts of seed which fall to the ground and persist through the dry S.T. (), Revision of the genera Cymbopogon and Schizachyrium (Gramineae) in Australia. Contributions from the.The genus Cymbopogon belongs to the grass family, Poaceae (syn.
Gramineae). The Poaceae family has about genera species: widely distributed in all regions of the world. Cymbopogon is a genus comprising about species, subspecies, varieties, and subvarities.