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Eremophila and Allied Genera

A Monograph of the Myoporaceae

by R. J. Chinnock

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Published by Rosenberg Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Botany & plant sciences,
  • Life Sciences - Botany,
  • Science,
  • Australia,
  • Eremophila (Plants,
  • Myoporaceae,
  • Science/Mathematics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages672
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8657403M
    ISBN 101877058165
    ISBN 109781877058165

    Plant metabolites that have shown activity against bacteria and/or environmental fungi represent valuable leads for the identification and development of novel drugs against clinically important human pathogenic fungi. Plants from the genus Eremophila were highly valued in traditional Australian Aboriginal medicinal practices, and E. alternifolia was the most prized among : Mohammed A. Hossain, Israt J. Biva, Sarah E. Kidd, Jason D. Whittle, Hans J. Griesser, Bryan R. Coad. Cambridge Core - Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, and Structural Biology - Biogeography of Australasia - by Michael Heads this book will be a valuable source of reference for students and researchers in biogeography, biodiversity, ecology and conservation. Eremophila and Allied Genera: A Monograph of the Myoporaceae. Dural, NSW: Cited by:


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Eremophila and Allied Genera by R. J. Chinnock Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book is the result of thirty years research by Dr. R.J. Chinnock, the world authority in the family Myoporaceae, in which he has produced a new classification of the family resulting in the delimitation of 3 new genera, 94 new species, and 37 new subspecies, and a revised infrageneric classification of the genera Eremophila and Myoporum.5/5(1).

This book is the result of thirty years research by Dr. R.J. Chinnock, the world authority in the family Myoporaceae, in which he has produced a new classification of the family resulting in the delimitation of 3 new genera, 94 new species, and 37 new subspecies, and a revised infrageneric classification of the genera Eremophila and Myoporum/5(3).

This book is the result of thirty years research by Dr. R.J. Chinnock, the world authority in the family Myoporaceae, in which he has produced a new classification of the family resulting in the delimitation of 3 new genera, 94 new species, and 37 new subspecies, and a revised infrageneric classification of the genera Eremophila and Myoporum.3/5(1).

Eremophila and Allied Genera. R J Chinnock Rosenberg Publishing Pty Ltd, Kenthurst NSW, RRP $ Hardcover, pages, colour plates, maps, line illustrations. Buy Eremophila and Allied Genera: A Monograph of the Myoporaceae: NHBS - RJ Chinnock, Rosenberg Publishing Pty Ltd About Help Blog Jobs Established.

Get this from a library. Eremophila and allied genera: a monograph of the plant family Myoporaceae. [R J Chinnock] -- "This book is the result of thirty years' research by Dr. R.J. (Bob) Chinnock, the world authority on the family Myoporaceae. He has produced a new classification of the family resulting in the.

This book is the result of thirty years research by Dr R J (Bob) Chinnock, the world authority in the family Myoporaceae. In Eremophila and Allied Genera he produces a new classification of the family, resulting in the5/5.

This book is the result of thirty years research by Dr R J (Bob) Chinnock, the world authority in the family Myoporaceae, in which he has produced a new classification of the family resulting in the delimitation of 3 new genera, 94 new species and 37 new subspecies, and a revised infrageneric classification of the genera Eremophila and Myoporum.

EREMOPHILA and allied genera: A Monograph of the plant family Myoporaceae by This book is the result of thirty years research by Dr R.J. (Bob) Chinnock, the world authority on the family Myoporaceae. He has produced a new classification of the family resulting in the delimitation of three new genera, 95 new species and 46 new subspecies, and a revised infrageneric.

This book is the result of 30 years of research by Dr. R.J. (Bob) Chinock, the world authority on Myoporaceae. He has produced a new classification of the family resulting in the delimitation of three new genera, 95 new species and 46 new sub-species, and Eremophila and Allied Genera book revised infrageneric classification of the genera Eremophila and Myoporum.

Eremophila and allied genera - a monograph of the plant family Myoporaceae. This book is the result of 30 years research by Dr.

Bob Chinnock (State Herbarium of South Australia), the world authority on the family Myoporaceae. 95 new species and 46 new subspecies, and a revised infrageneric classification of the genera Eremophila and. Inthe first monograph of the then Myoporaceae family was published Eremophila and Allied Genera book Dr R J Chinnock.

This book, Australia's Eremophila and Allied Genera: A Monograph of the Plant Family Myoporaceae, documented evolution and natural history and described all then-species. Eremophila malacoides was first formally described by Robert Chinnock in and the description was published in Eremophila and Allied Genera: A Monograph of the Plant Family Myoporaceae.

The specific epithet is derived from the Greek malae- 'soft' and oides, 'form of', referring to the soft hairs on the branches and leaves of this : Scrophulariaceae. Description. Eremophila santalina is an erect, rounded, glabrous shrub or small tree which grows to a height of between 1 and 6 m (3 and 20 ft) and which often has weak, drooping branches.

The branches and leaves are sticky when young, due to the presence of leaves are thin and flexible, linear to lance-shaped, sometimes sickle-shaped, taper towards both ends, mostly Family: Scrophulariaceae. Presents a treatment of species that includes a detailed description as well as analytical drawings, notes on distribution, ecology, conservation status and relationships.

This book is the result of thirty years research by Dr R J (Bob) Chinnock, the world authority in the family Myoporaceae.

p.: ill. (some col.), maps ; 30 cm. Myoporaceae -- Australia. Eremophila (Plants) -. Product Information. This book is the result of thirty years research by Dr R J (Bob) Chinck, the world authority in the family Myoporaceae, in which he has produced a new classification of the family resulting in the delimitation of 3 new genera, 94 new species and 37 new subspecies, and a revised infrageneric classification of the genera Eremophila and Myoporum.

Eremophila maculata, also known as spotted emu bush, or spotted fuchsia-bush is a plant in the figwort family, Scrophulariaceae and is endemic to is the most widespread of its genus in nature and probably the most frequently cultivated is a spreading, often densely branched shrub with variable leaf shape and flower colour, but the other features of the flowers Family: Scrophulariaceae.

Presents a treatment of species that includes a detailed description as well as analytical drawings, notes on distribution, ecology, conservation status and relationships.

This book is the result of thirty years research by Dr R J (Bob) Chinnock, the world authority in the family Myoporaceae. Myoporaceae - Australia.; MYOPORACEAE; Eremophila - Australia.

BOOK PRESENTATION It was a pleasure to acknowledge the work of Dr Bob Chinnock in a public presentation of the recently released book, Eremophila &Allied Genera a Monograph, at the APS (SA Region) plant sale on April 14*. After the rush to purchase plants members of the Eremophila Study Group who were present, together with members of.

Buy Eremophila and Allied Genera: A Monograph of the Plant Family Myoporaceae by R.J. Chinnock, Hardcover, online at The Nile. Fast delivery with free 30 Day Returns across Australia. Eremophila longifolia () Eremophila longifolia belongs to the family Myoporaceae.

It is distributed in arid and semi-arid regions of all mainland states, and is absent from the wetter coastal belt along eastern Australia and south-western Western Australia.

longifolia is an evergreen rounded shrub to small tree growing m high. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of R J Chinnock books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Eremophila neglecta J.M. Black (Scrophulariaceae) R.J. Eremophila and Allied Genera, Rosenberg,p.

Boschen, N., Goods, that had been previously named and 86 new species that Bob Chinnock formally named for the first time in the book. This field guide provides photos and descriptions for taxa ( species, The book is called Eremophila and allied genera, written by RJ Chinnock.

Published in Australia by Rosenburg Publishing Pty Ltd. Mine is a pre publication copy. The official publication date is 24th April The blurb on the cover says it has taken 30 years of research to produce this book. I am looking forward to studying it.

Eremophila and Allied Genera. A Field Guide to the Eremophilas of Western Australia covers formally described and named species of Eremophila that occur naturally in Western Australia.

Search for: Find this book secondhand. Search on AbeBooks. Title Author. Eremophila lucida - Shining Poverty Bush This West Australian Eremophila was named by Dr RJ Chinnock in his publication (book) called ‘Eremophila and Allied Genera,’ and subtitled A Monograph of the Myoporaceae, which has now (in WA) been reclassified into the Scrophulariaceae family.

Eremophila freelingii explained. Eremophila freelingii, commonly known as limestone fuchsia or rock fuchsia bush, is a flowering plant in the figwort family, Scrophulariaceae and is endemic to Australia. It is a shrub with sticky, hairy, lance-shaped leaves and flowers a shade of light to dark lilac and which occurs in Queensland, New South Wales and South Australia.

The Australian Garden. Designing with Australian Plants by Snape, Diana published by Garden Art Press, with pages located in the Design section and avaliable from Australian Native Plants located in Ventura, CA. Eremophila and allied genera: a monograph of the Myoporaceae Note: Rosenberg Publishing, New South Wales, Australia; Hnatiuk, R.

Census of Australian vascular plants. Australian Flora and Fauna Series No. Title of talk: Eremophila and allied genera – constructing the monograph Abstract: The monograph covered the study of 7 genera, species and subspecies and took 32 years to complete.

Some of the problems that arose during the preparation of the monograph are examined and the diversity of vegetative, floral and fruit features found in. Eremophila bignoniiflora is widespread throughout Queensland and New South Wales.

The flowers are normally cream or pink to red. The flowers are normally cream or pink to red. This blue/purple form is a selection that has become recently available for cultivation.

References: Chinnock, R. Eremophila and allied genera: a monograph of the Myoporaceae Note: Rosenberg Publishing, New South Wales, Australia Harden, G. hydrology part A - Earth Sciences bibliographies - in Harvard style. Change style powered by CSL. Popular This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on Monday, Eremophila and allied genera.

1st ed. Dural, NSW: Rosenberg, p Website. Polyscias rodriguesiana - Bob retired from the State Herbarium in December as a senior botanist and is now a Honorary Research Associate.

His research interests include: Eremophila and allied genera, their relationships to the environment (eg ecology, fire response, reproduction, pollinators, horticulture); the weedy Cactaceae; the classification of the Opuntiod genera in Australia in particular, their. Eremophila is a genus of plants of the family Scrophulariaceae, [1] with species known by the common names of Emu Bush, Poverty Bush or Fuchsia tly, there are recognised species, all of which are endemic to species, Eremophila debilis which occurs in New Zealand, is thought to be naturalised.

[2]. Buirchell B.J. & Brown A.P. New species of Eremophila (Scrophulariaceae): thirteen geographically restricted species from Western Australia. Nuytsia – (). Study Groups details and contacts. Study groups cater for members interested in a specific topic.

Because they operate Australia-wide across all states and territories, they come under the umbrella of our national body ANPSA, the Australian Native Plants Society (Australia), and a national co-ordinator.

Dr Chinnock in his book 'Eremophila and allied genera' notes,' small hover wasps, honey bees and two species of butterfly were observed feeding on the flowers.' The neat rounded shape of the shrub with no extending branches, plus having the flowers on the outer perimeter would assist these pollinators from accidentally coming in contact with.

“ Eremophila and allied genera: a monograph of the plant family Myoporaceae.” (Rosenber g Publishing: New South W ales.) Department of the Environment and Water Resources ().

Ap R[obert] J[ames] Chinnock, “Taxonomic Treatment of the Family Myoporaceae R. Br.”, in Eremophila and Allied Genera: A Monograph of the Plant Family Myoporaceae, Dural Delivery Centre, N.S.W.: Rosenberg Publishing, →ISBN, section XXV (Eremophila sec. Pulchrisepalae (12 spp.)), page.

The Australian Native Plants Society (Australia) (ANPSA) is a federation of seven state-based member organisations for people interested in Australia's native flora, both in aspects of conservation and in cultivation.

A national conference is held biennially for members of the state-based societies. The combined membership is over people.Special interest study groups are set up through our national association, the Australian Native Plants Society (Australia) (ANPSA).

Each group focuses on a particular aspect of native plants (usually a genus or a related group of genera) and their activities may include.EREMOPHILA and allied genera.

A Monograph of the Myoporaceae – by R J Chinnock Dr Chinnock from the State Herbarium of South Australia is a world authority on this family which includes not only the Eremophila genus but also the Myoporum. This highly technical book, first published inis the culmination of Chinnock’s.