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Propagation Numbers at the ANBG
... Numbers at the ANBG. The process of allocating Propagation Identification numbers (Prop_IDs) to plants within the ANBG has changed over the years. Two types of numbers are important and they are related: Herbarium Accession numbers ...
www.anbg.gov.au

cactus-books.com: Adromischus, The Cactus File Handbook 3 by John Pilbeam, Chris Rodgerson and Derek Tribble
... and the application of the correct name. Field collection and accession numbers - Lists of the field collection and/or accession numbers of Steven Hammer (and associates), Chris Rodgerson, and ... alphabetical list of species, with details of field collection and accession numbers attributed to each, along with details of herbarium and garden specimens. AVAILABLE FROM ORDER whitestone gardens (UK), ...
cactus-books.com

Plant Records Unit
... linked by common accession identifier to the living and herbarium specimens and any photographs taken in the field or later in cultivation. These integrated living, herbarium and data ... database includes the location in the Gardens, the numbers of plants, propagation history and accession number. Links to the herbarium vouchers ensure verified identifications and subsequent name changes on ...
www.anbg.gov.au

BGBM: Living collection
... critically verified, and the separately curated Garden Herbarium founded in the 1950's holds more than 42,000 specimens. A 10-digit numerical accession recording system was initiated in 1975 and ... accession policy has concentrated on plants from the Mediterranean regions and Mediterranean-type climate areas, from the Near East and Central Asia, and on succulent plants. In terms of species numbers ...
www.bgbm.org

New Disease Reports - First report of Moniliophthora roreri causing frosty pod rot (moniliasis disease) of cocoa in Mexico
... (ITS) and LSU4-B/LR6 (LSU) (Aime & Phillips-Mora, In Press). The sequences obtained (GenBank accession numbers DQ222923-26) were 100% homologous to those from other M. roreri isolates from Panama, Costa ... . Two isolates obtained from diseased pods are deposited in the U.S. National Fungus Collection (herbarium BPI) as MCA 2952 and MCA 2953. M. roreri began spreading north from Panama in ...
www.bspp.org.uk

New Disease Reports - First report of Botryosphaeria dothidea causing bark dieback of European hop hornbeam in Slovenia
... ascomata and isolations from dead bark on malt extract agar (MEA) were deposited at the Herbarium of the Slovenian Forestry Institute (Acc. Nos 1508-1510). The pathogen had been previously ... has been unravelled. The sequences of the rDNA ITS region from pure cultures (GenBank accession numbers AJ938004 & AJ938005) share 99-100 % similarity with several deposited sequences of B. dothidea isolates, ...
www.bspp.org.uk
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Basic Users Guide to Tracy
... . If the name you entered conforms to BONAP nomenclature, these numbers will be automatically added. The Collector Panel When you reach this ... distance info, and linear markers such as rivers and roads. Each herbarium will develop its own set of place names as data ... FIND function and search for the accession number, or you can use the "New Record" button, type the accession number, and TAB twice ...
www.csdl.tamu.edu

The Bryologist
... all sides. Figures are numbered sequentially as they are mentioned throughout the article. Letters, numbers, or arrows may be used to indicate features of special interest within figures. Scale ... , Place of Publication. Gene sequences must have a Gen Bank accession number and specimen voucher, including indication of herbarium deposition. Citation of specimens must be very concise. Instead of long ...
www.unomaha.edu




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