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Morphological and cytological variation in Trillium albidum Freeman (Liliaceae)

Karen E. Bledsoe

Morphological and cytological variation in Trillium albidum Freeman (Liliaceae)

by Karen E. Bledsoe

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Liliaceae -- Northwest, Pacific.,
  • Trillium albidum.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Karen E. Bledsoe.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination65 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages65
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15198384M

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Morphological and cytological variation in Trillium albidum Freeman (Liliaceae) by Karen E. Bledsoe Download PDF EPUB FB2

Morphological and cytological variation in Trillium. Abstract. Graduation date: This work was performed on Trillium albidum Freeman (Liliaceae), to\ud clarify the pattern of morphological variation between the small-flowered\ud populations at the northern limit of its range (T.

parviflorum Soukup) and the\ud larger-flowered populations from southern Oregon and northern California. Morphological and cytological variation in Trillium albidum Freeman (Liliaceae) by Karen E. Bledsoe 1 edition - first published in Not in Library. Morphological and cytological variation in Trillium albidum Freeman (Liliaceae) / variation in 11 morphological characters within and among the five study populations.

play a role in the. Morphological and Cytological Variation in Trillium albidum Freeman (Liliaceae) INTRODUCTION. Subject, purpose, and scope of the study_ Trillium albidum Freeman is a spring-flowering woodland herb of western Washington, Oregon, and California, whose range extends from Puget Sound.

Bledsoe, Karen E. Morphological and Cytological Variation In Trillium Albidum Freeman (liliaceae).: Oregon State University. Scholars Archive is a service of Oregon State University Libraries & Press. The Valley Library Corvallis, OR Contact Us Services for Persons with Disabilities.

User Scholars Archive Admin has attached BledsoeKarenEpdf to Morphological and cytological variation in Trillium albidum Freeman (Liliaceae) October 25th, Scholars Archive is a service of Oregon State University Libraries & Press. Trillium albidum. Alpine Gard. Club of B.C., Dusek, E.

Distribution and evolutionary significance of chromosome variation in Trillium ovatum. Evolution, Fukuda, I. Comparitive study of chromosome variation in the Japanese and American Trillium species. A cytological and morphological study of two. (Freeman ) found in southwestern Washington and the northern Willamette Valley, Oregon.

It was main-tained as a separate species by Case (). However, the results of a study by Bledsoe () are best inter-preted by making T. parviflorum a subspecies of T.

albidum. A clinal relationship in morphology was shown to. albidum are taken from Freeman (). Trillium parviflorum is a remarkably constant entity over its entire rather small distributional range. Its flower part dimensions show a narrower range of values than those of T.

albidum. Trillium parviflorum is known from only a few stations in Washington and Oregon. Trillium albidum, also known as giant white wakerobin, white toadshade, and sweet trillium, [citation needed] is a species of flowering plant in the family species is endemic to the western United States, ranging from west central California through Oregon to Washington.

It is found in diverse habitats, on the moist slopes of mixed deciduous-coniferous forests, among shrubs. Trillium albidum was found in exceedingly damp sandy-loam soils in deciduous forests developed on the lowland flood plains.

Trillium petiolatum occurred on dry rocky or gravelly shrub-dominant areas. Species recognition in the subgenus can be difficult, because there are few diagnostic morphological features and these, notably floral color, tend to be variable (Freeman ).

Morphological and cytological variation in Trillium albidum Freeman (Liliaceae) / Article. Karen Bledsoe. Typescript (photocopy). Thesis (M.A.)--Oregon State University, Includes.

This work was performed on Trillium albidum Freeman (Liliaceae), to clarify the pattern of morphological variation between the small-flowered populations at the northern limit of its range (T. parviflorum Soukup) and the larger-flowered populations from southern Oregon and northern California. Generalized cytological map of T.

camschatcense chromosomes. The most common polymorphic variants of heterochromatin bands are shown. Here and in Figs. 6, 8, and solid bars, AT-rich. Giles, R.A. andA cytological and morphological study of two populations of Trillium grandiflorum (Michx.) Salisb., Cytologia 21(4) Giles, Richard A.

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