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Abstract

A compilation of 1462 Armenian plant names, most of which are given equivalents in Russian and Latin and indexed in both languages. Herbaceous and woody species (including forest trees) used as crops and for decorative and other purposes make up most of the list, but some important higher fungi are ...

Author(s)
Mulkidzhanyan, Ya. I.; Barsegyan, A. M.
Publisher
Luń≠s, Yerevan, Armenian SSR
Citation
Armenian-Russian-Latin dictionary of useful plants., 1988, pp 231 pp.
Abstract

Lists 1084 English common names, grouped alphabetically under the headings Beech, Fir, Larch, Oak, Pine and Spruce, with their botanical equivalents. Usages for Great Britain, Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the different regions of the USA are differentiated. There is also an index of botanical ...

Author(s)
Kyncl, M.
Citation
Lesnictvi, 1972, 18, 8, pp 729-754
Abstract

A multilingual dictionary comprising the following sections: Forest glossary (7792 terms listed alphabetically in Finnish with their Swedish, English, German and Russian equivalents); Tree species (both Finnish and foreign); Vascular plants; Mosses and liverworts; Lichens; Fungi and bacteria;...

Publisher
Suomen Metsatieteellinen Seura (Finnish Forestry Society)., Helsinki, Finland
Citation
Lexicon forestale., 1979, pp xix + 592 pp.
Abstract

Describes and illustrates the Palm S. longisquama, and also (briefly) the forest tree H. madagascariensis, which is left unexploited because of the extreme hardness of the wood.

Author(s)
Bernardi, L.
Citation
Candollea, 1974, 29, 1, pp 163-171 + 2 pl.
Abstract

A study of the stems of 100 Oaks, 40-120 years old, from central Italy showed that the number of annual rings of sapwood (y) increases with the age of the stem, and that for wood from trees within the above age limits it can be satisfactorily expressed by the formula y = 16.4 <+-> 5.4. The...

Author(s)
Corona, E.
Citation
Italia forestale e montana, 1970, 25, 3, pp 156-8
Abstract

Gives descriptions of Vochysia spathiphylla, V. artantha and Qualea sacculata spp. nov. KEYWORDS: Botany general \ Qualea sacculata \ Vochysia artantha \ Vochysia spathiphylla

Author(s)
Stafleu, F. A.
Citation
Acta Botanica Neerlandica, 1957, 6, 3, pp 341-4
Abstract

Part I describes, in English, the properties, cultivation, and utilization of Bamboo; Part II (the main part) describes, in Latin, nearly 175 species of parasitic fungi, with illustrations; Part III (mostly in Japanese) describes types of Bamboo with decorative markings, some due to fungi....

Author(s)
Hino, I.
Citation
Icones fungorum bambuysicolorum japonicorum., 1961, pp 338 pp.