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description of the genus Pinus

with directions relative to the cultivation, and remarks on the uses of the several species: also descriptons of many other new species of the family of Coniferæ.

by Aylmer Bourke Lambert

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Published by Weddell in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pine

  • Edition Notes

    Paged continuously: v. 1: viii, 75, [1] p. ; v. 2: 1 p. l., [77]-183, [12] p.

    StatementBy Aylmer Bourke Lambert.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK495.P66 L2
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6962740M
    LC Control Number05037961
    OCLC/WorldCa22900805


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A description of the genus Pinus:illustrated with figures, directions relative to the cultivation, and remarks on the uses of the several species / By. Lambert, Aylmer Bourke, Don, David, Bauer, Ferdinand, Type. Book Material. Published material.

Publication infoAuthor: Ferdinand Bauer, David Don, Aylmer Bourke Lambert. Collections A description of the genus Pinus: Preserved in medieval manuscripts, they emerged as a popular category of early printed book. Often they were illustrated with woodcuts, which to our 21st-century eyes, bear little resemblance at all to the named plant as it occurs in nature.

A description of the genus Pinus, [Frontispiece] Names Lambert, Aylmer Bourke, (Author) Collection. A description of the genus Pinus: illustrated with figures; directions relative to the cultivation, and remarks on the uses of the several species: also descriptions of many other trees of the family of Coniferæ.

Dates / Origin Date. This is an almost unique book. The author trekked around the world to personally look at all the species of pines (true pines, members of the genus Pinus) in their natural habitat and this is the result.

The book consists, per species, of a page with line-drawings of the habit (by the author) and an opposing page with supporting by: Title: Description of the genus Pinus Abbreviation: (Lambert) Name: Description of the genus Pinus: illustrated with figures, directions relative to the cultivation, and remarks on the uses of the several species, A.

London Authors: Aylmer Bourke Lambert; Ferdinand Lukas Bauer; David Don Publication: 2 volumes: 1, ; 2, ; Publications. Buy A Description of the Genus Pinus Books online at best prices in India by Aylmer Bourke Lambert from Buy A Description of the Genus Pinus online of India’s Largest Online Book Store, Only Genuine Products.

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Pinus is a remarkable genus of trees with a very large distribution range in the northern hemisphere. Where they occur, pines usually form the dominant vegetation cover and are extremely important components of ecosystems.

They also provide a wide range of products for human use. In many cases exploitation and other human pressures are threatening the. Pine, (genus Pinus), genus of about species of evergreen conifers of the pine family, distributed throughout the world but native primarily to northern temperate regions.

The chief economic value of pines is in the construction and paper-products industries, but they are also sources of turpentine, rosin, oils, and description of the genus Pinus book tars.

Edible. Description: 2 volumes: illustrations ; fol. Contents: Included in vol. 2 is An appendix containing an account of the Lambertian herbarium, by Mr Don. Other Titles: Some account of the medicinal and other uses of pinus Description of the genus pinus: illustrated with figures also descriptions of many other new species of the family of.

Aylmer Bourke Lambert and his 'Description of the Genus Pinus'. Journal of the Linnean Society of London – Botany – Many of the new conifers discovered by David Douglas and others, including the Coast Redwood, were described for the first time in Lambert's books; several of these were actually description of the genus Pinus book by collaborating authors.

A description of the genus Pinus?illustrated with figures, directions relative to the cultivation, and remarks on the uses of the several species /by Aylmer Bourke Lambert.

Volume v. 2 [Ferdinand, Bauer, David, Don, Bourke, Lambert Aylmer] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published before Author: Bauer Ferdinand, Don David, Lambert Aylmer Bourke. About this Book Catalog Record Details. A description of the genus Pinus: with directions v.

Lambert, Aylmer Bourke, View full catalog. Book: The genus Pinus. + pp. refs. Abstract: The chapters in this monograph are: (1) History- from Theophrastus to the end of the century 21 pp. 43 refs.); (2) Palaeobotanical record and palaeogeography ( pp., refs.);Cited by: Define genus Pinus.

genus Pinus synonyms, genus Pinus pronunciation, genus Pinus translation, English dictionary definition of genus Pinus. genus Pinus translation, English dictionary definition of genus Pinus. Noun 1. genus Pinus - type genus of the Pinaceae: large genus of true pines Pinus gymnosperm genus - a genus of gymnosperms family.

Jun 7, - v. 1 - A description of the genus Pinus: Biodiversity Heritage Library. Jun 7, - v. 1 - A description of the genus Pinus: Biodiversity Heritage Library. Saved from v. 1 - A description of the genus Pinus: Biodiversity Heritage Library high resolution image from old book.

Wild Pine, pinus. This second edition of the conifer book PINES is an amended and updated version of the first edition, which sold out in The scope and structure of the book have been maintained.

It includes several taxonomic changes and presents a new chapter on phylogeny. Pines are long-lived, typically reaching ages of –1, years, some even more. The longest-lived is the Great Basin bristlecone pine, Pinus longaeva.

One individual of this species, dubbed Methuselah, is one of the world's oldest living organisms at around 4, years old. This tree can be found in the White Mountains of : Pinopsida.

Classification for Kingdom Plantae Down to Genus Pinus L. Click on names to expand them, and on P for PLANTS profiles. Species Pinus arizonica Engelm. Species Pinus armandii Franch. Species Pinus × attenuradiata Stockw. & Righter – hybrid pine P. Species Pinus brutia Ten. – Calabrian pine P.

Variety Pinus brutia Ten. var. eldarica (Medw.). Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for A Description of the Genus Pinus: With Directions Relative to the Cultivation, a at the best online prices at.

Jun 4, - Pinus cembra - A description of the genus Pinus: Biodiversity Heritage Library. Jun 4, - Pinus cembra - A description of the genus Pinus: Biodiversity Heritage Library. Stay safe and healthy. Please practice hand-washing and social distancing, and check out our resources for adapting to these times.

Link to this page: View Text. Names on this page. Search Botanicus: Scientific names are identified on this page using the FindIt service from Matched names are linked. The revised edition of this book, originally published inmaintains the scope and structure of the first edition.

Introductory texts explain and illustrate the botanical characteristics of pines. The main text presents descriptions, ecological notes, distribution maps and line drawings of habit, needles and cones for more than 90 species of by: Media in category "A description of the genus Pinus ()" The following 19 files are in this category, out of 19 total.

A description of the genus Pinus ().jpg 1, ×. Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. Data Source and Documentation. About our new maps. #N#Absent/Unreported.

#N#Native, No County Data. #N#Introduced, No County Data. #N#Both, No County Data. #N#Native Status: click on a thumbnail to view an image, or see all the Pinus thumbnails at the Plants Gallery. Pinus sabiniana (sometimes spelled P.

sabineana), with the common names gray pine, foothill pine, and the more historically and internationally used digger pine (in reference to the racial slur Digger Indians), is a pine endemic to California in the United States. According to"The terms 'foothills pine' or 'gray pine' are now officially preferred", however, other names Family: Pinaceae.

Foliage characters do suggest, however, that the subgenus Pinus may be the oldest within the genus (Stockey and Nishida, ). Although there are numerous reports of the genus Pinus in the literature (FIG. ), many of these specimens are not known in sufficient detail to provide information about the evolutionary history of the taxon.

] LITTLE: LAMBERT'S GENUS PINUS 33 LAMBERT'S "DESCRIPTION OF THE GENUS PINUS," EDITION Elbert L. Little, Jr. Aylmer Bourke Lambert's classic work on conifers, "A De-scription of the Genus Pinus," with large, natural-size, hand-colored plates, was issued in five editions over a period of years from to Media in category "A description of the genus Pinus ()" The following 47 files are in this category, out of 47 total.

A description of the genus Pinus ().jpg 1, ×. "In nature's infinite book of secrecy, A little I can read."-- William Shakespeare. Classification of the Genus Pinus.

Acknowlegment: the following taxonomy of the genus Pinus was completely revised by Michael Frankis (Newcastle, UK), December & January Pine nuts are the edible seeds of pines (family Pinaceae, genus Pinus).

About 20 species of pine produce seeds large enough to be worth harvesting. Other pines have edible seeds too small to be useful as a human food.

Pine nuts have been eaten. Evolutionary processes develop features peculiar to Pinus alone (the oblique cone, etc.), but confined to a limited number of species. SECTIONAL CHARACTERS. There are several characters that actually or potentially divide the genus into two distinct sections, popularly known as Soft and Hard Pines.

Pine Pollen Description. Pine grains are large due to their sacs or bladders, which make them one of the easiest pollen grains to identify. These sacs also allow them to be carried great distances by the wind.

Pine (Pinus) is a genus of the PINACEAE family. This genus includes the following allergenic species: Austrian Pine (Pinus nigra). A Description of the Genus Pinus.

Subject. Conifers. Pine. Description. Illustrated with figures, directions relative to the cultivation, and remarks on the uses of the several species: also descriptions of many other trees of the family of Coniferae, by Aylmer Bourke Lambert to which is added an appendix containing descriptions and figures.

Number of Taxa in the Pinus Genus = ; Pine trees can be divided into two groups according to branch set production; Uninodal, producing one whorl of branches each year, from buds at the tip of the current year's main trunk shoot.

Multinodal, producing two or. Family: PINACEAE: Species: Pinus elliottii Engelm.: Common Name: SLASH PINE: Plant Notes: This species concept includes P. elliottii var. densa (or P. densa), distinguished from the typical variety by having denser wood, a grass-like seedling stage, needles usually in fascicles of 2 with a thicker hypoderm, and opened cones averaging cm long with a rounded bottom (Little &.

Pinus engelmannii Carrière – Arizona longleaf pine, pino real, Apache pine: Species: Pinus flexilis E. James – limber pine, Rocky Mountain white pine, pino torcido: Species: Pinus gerardiana Wall. ex D. Don – chilghoza pine, chilgoza pine, Gerard's pine: Species: Pinus glabra Walter – spruce pine, bottom white pine, cedar pine Biological classification: Genus.

Pine trees (Pinus spp.) are the most common coniferous tree worldwide, numbering around species. These trees form large forests characterized by wide open areas with sunlight spilling to the. Contribute to Dave's Garden Add a New Plant to the List. Today's Features. PLANT FILES Begonia Species (Begonia masoniana) Iron Cross was a big surprise success outdoors as a.Pinus L.

Common Name: PINE: Genus Notes: Pines are immensely important for innumerable species of wildlife, and in many habitats pines are the dominant tree, especially in pyrogenic communities.

Human uses include its pine bark (Duryea ), pine straw (Duryea ; Minogue et al. ), oleoresin (naval stores; Grissino-Mayer et al.

List of Pine Trees, Pinus Genus - All known species, taxa, organized by taxonomic classification. Genus Pinus. Subgenus Pinus includes the yellow and hard wood pine trees. Section Pinus is mostly in Europe, Asia, except for Pinus resinosa in northeast North America and Pinus tropicalis in .