Advertisement

Plant Geography

  • Eckehart J. Jäger
Chapter
Part of the Progress in Botany/Fortschritte der Botanik book series (BOTANY, volume 54)

Abstract

The most urgent problems confronting plant geography with during the past years resulted from man’s activities: the extinction of plant species, and the effect of expected climatic changes.

Keywords

Plant Distribution Allopatric Speciation Distribution History Cape Verde Island Plant Geography 
These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.

Preview

Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.

Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.

References

  1. Aleksandrova VD, Jurkovskaja TK (1989) Geobotaničeskoe rajonirovanie nečernozem’ja evropejskoj časti RSFR. Nauka, Leningrad, 61 pp.Google Scholar
  2. Ali SI, Nasir YJ (1990) Flora of Pakistan 191, 192. Stewart Herbarium, Rawalpindi, 200, 310 pp.Google Scholar
  3. Alm T, Birks HH (1991) Nord J Bot 11: 465–476.Google Scholar
  4. Andrews SB (1990) Ferns of Queensland. Queensl Dept Prim Ind, Brisbane, 427 pp.Google Scholar
  5. Arts GHP, Den Hartog C (1990) Acta Bot Neerl 39: 369–378.Google Scholar
  6. Assadi M, Khatamsaz M, Ramak Maassoumi AA, Mozaffarian V (1989) Flora of Iran. Rep. of Iran, Ministry Agric, 212 pp.Google Scholar
  7. Athey JT, Pippen RW (1989) Mich Bot 28: 89–95.Google Scholar
  8. Atlas van de Nederlandse Flora 3 (1989) Rijksherbarium, Leiden, 264 pp.Google Scholar
  9. Ayobangira FX (1990) Mitt Inst Allg Bot Hamb 23b: 643–656.Google Scholar
  10. Baas P, Kalkman C, Geesink R (1990) The plant diversity of Malesia. Kluwer, Dordrecht, 420 pp.Google Scholar
  11. Belland RJ (1989) Can J Bot 67: 1633–1649.Google Scholar
  12. Berg C, Meinunger L (1988) Proc 6th CEBWG Meeting Liblice, pp 103–107.Google Scholar
  13. Beyhl FE, Lösch R, Mies B, Schweihofen B (1990) Cour Forschungsinst 129: 47–53.Google Scholar
  14. Bhandari MM (1990) Flora of the Indian Desert. MPS Repros, Jodhpur, 435 pp.Google Scholar
  15. Bjazrov LG, Gan’bold E, Gubanov IA, Ülzijchutag N (1989) Flora Changaja. Nauka, Leningrad, 192 pp.Google Scholar
  16. Bolós O de, Romo AM (1991) Atlas Corologie de la Flora Vascular dels Paisos Catalans. Inst. Estudis Catal., Barcelona, map 104–306.Google Scholar
  17. Bolós O de, Vigo J (1990) Flora dels Paisos Catalans, vol. 2. Barcino, Barcelona, 921 pp.Google Scholar
  18. Bolós O de, Vigo J, Masalles RM, Ninot JM (1990) Flora Manual dels Paisos Catalans. Pòrtic, Barcelona, 1233 pp.Google Scholar
  19. Boratynski A, Browicz K, Zielinski J (1987) Arboretum Kornickie 32: 37–92.Google Scholar
  20. Borhidi A, Muniz O (1990) Acta Bot Acad Sci Hung 32: 3–48.Google Scholar
  21. Bowman DMJS, Wilson BA, Dunlop CR (1988) Austr J Bot 36: 503–517.Google Scholar
  22. Browicz K, Zielinski J (1988, 1990, 1991 ) Chorology of trees and shrubs in South-West Asia and adjacent regions. Vols 6–8. Polish Sci Pubi, Warszawa, 86 pp.Google Scholar
  23. Buchalo MA (1989) Bot Zurn 74: 638–650.Google Scholar
  24. Burnat E (1892–1931) Flore des Alpes Maritimes. Vol 1–7. Georg, Genève.Google Scholar
  25. Casas C, Montserrat B, Cros RM, Sérgio C (1989) Bryophyte cartography. Iberian Peninsula, Balearic and Canary Islands, Azores and Madeira, Fase II. Univ Auton, Barcelona, 158 pp.Google Scholar
  26. Campbell DG, Hammond HD (1989) Floristic inventory of tropical countries. N Y Bot Gard, Bronx/NY, 545 pp.Google Scholar
  27. Charpin A, Salanon R (1988) Boissiera 41: 1–339.Google Scholar
  28. Chochrjakov AP (1989) Analiz flory Kolymskogo Nagorja. Nauka, Moskva, 152 pp.Google Scholar
  29. Ciaciura M (1988) Characterystyka rozmiesczenia gorskich gatunkov naczyniowych na Slasku. Akad Med, Wroclaw, 157+204 pp.Google Scholar
  30. Cody WJ, Britten DM (1989) Ferns and fern allies of Canada. Can Gvt Pubi. Ottawa, 430 pp.Google Scholar
  31. Costich DA, Galan F (1988) Lagascalia 15 extra 697–710.Google Scholar
  32. Cronk QCB (1990) New Phytol 114: 159–165.Google Scholar
  33. Cronquist A, Holmgren A, Holmgren NH, Reveal JL, Holmgren PK (1989) Intermountain flora. Vol 3B. N Y Bot Gard, Bronx/NY, 279 pp.Google Scholar
  34. Cvelev NN Konspekt sosudistych rastenij flory V’etnama. Vol 1. Nauka, Leningrad, 200 pp.Google Scholar
  35. Dahl E (1989a) Blyttia 47: 124–133.Google Scholar
  36. Dahl E (1989b) Blyttia 47: 163–172.Google Scholar
  37. Dahl E (1991) Blyttia 49: 17–33.Google Scholar
  38. Dassanayake MD, Fosberg FR (1991) A revised handbook of the flora of Ceylon. Vol 7. Amerind, New Delhi, 439 pp.Google Scholar
  39. Di Castri F, Hansen AJ, Debusche M (1990) Biological invasions in Europe and the Mediterranean Basin, Kluwer, Dordrecht, 463 pp.Google Scholar
  40. Diduch JAP, Litvinskaja SA, Novosad VV (1990) Bot Zum 75: 494–507.Google Scholar
  41. Donner J (1990) Linzer Biol Beitr 22: 381–515.Google Scholar
  42. Dostäl J (1989) Novä kevena ČSSR. Academia, Praha, 1548 pp.Google Scholar
  43. Drake JA, Mooney HA, Di Castri F, Groves RH, Kruger FJ, Rejmanek M, Williamson M (1990) Biological invasions. SCOPE, Wiley, 525 pp.Google Scholar
  44. Dupont P (1990) Atlas partiel de la flore de France. Mus Nat Hist Nat, Paris, 442 pp.Google Scholar
  45. Fabri R (1989) Bull Soc R Bot Belg 122: 135–141.Google Scholar
  46. Faden RB (1989) Taxon 38: 43–53.Google Scholar
  47. Feinbrun- Dothan N, Danin A (1991) Analytical flora of Eretz - Israel. CANA, Jerusalem, 1040 pp.Google Scholar
  48. Fernandez Casas J, Gamarra R (1990) Fontqueria 30: 226–234.Google Scholar
  49. Flora Europaea (1992) Vol 1, revised edn. Univ Press, Cambridge (in press).Google Scholar
  50. Flora evropejskoj časti SSSR. Vol 8 (1989) Leningrad, Nauka, 412 pp.Google Scholar
  51. Flora Iberica. Vol 2 (1990) Real Jard Bot, Madrid, 897 pp.Google Scholar
  52. Flora Malesiana. Ser 1 vol 10/4 (1989), ser 2 vol 2/1 (1991) Kluwer Dordrecht, 157, 132 pp.Google Scholar
  53. Flora of Australia. Vol 18 (1990), vol 19 (1988) Aust Government Canberra, 349, 542 pp.Google Scholar
  54. Flora of India (1988) Monographs Fase 19. Bot Surv India, Calcutta, 235 pp.Google Scholar
  55. Flora of North America (1992) Vol 1. Introductory essays. Vol 2. Ferns and gymnosperms. Univ Press, Oxford (in press).Google Scholar
  56. Flora Reipublicae Popularis Sinicae (1990) Vols 10/1, 56, 59/2, 69. Sci Press, Beijing, 445, 132, 581, 321 pp.Google Scholar
  57. Flora Sibiri (1990) Vol 2. Nauka, Novosibirsk, 361 pp. (1991) Gramineae. Sci Press, Chengdu, 410, 410 pp.Google Scholar
  58. Flora Slovenska (1992) Vol 4/3 Rosales. Slov Akad Vied, Bratislava, 564 pp.Google Scholar
  59. Flora Tadiikskoj SSR (1991) Vol 10 Asteraceae-Cichorieae. Nauka, Leningrad, 619 pp.Google Scholar
  60. Flora Yunnanica (1991) Vol 5 Spermatophyta. Sci Press, Yunnan, 809 pp.Google Scholar
  61. Flore du Cambodge, du Laos et du Viètnam. Vol 24 (1989), vol 25 (1990). Mus Nat Hist Nat, Paris, 44, 123 pp.Google Scholar
  62. Foggi B (1990) Webbia 44: 169–196.Google Scholar
  63. Fredskild B (1990) Nord J Bot 11: 393–412.Google Scholar
  64. Freitag H (1991) Flora et Vegetatio Mundi 9: 281–292.Google Scholar
  65. Frey W (1990) Bot Syst 111: 433–456.Google Scholar
  66. Gaggermeier H (1991) Hoppea 50: 287–322.Google Scholar
  67. Garbary DJ, South GR (1990) Evolutionary biogeography of the marine algae of the North Atlantic. Springer, Berlin Heidelberg New York, 429 pp.Google Scholar
  68. Garcia-Gonzales A, Clark SC (1989) Vegetatio 84: 87–98.Google Scholar
  69. Girerd B (1991) La flore du départment de Vaucluse. Aphéleny, Le Pontet, 391 pp.Google Scholar
  70. Gleason HA, Cronquist A (1991) Manual of vascular plants of Northeastern United States and adjacent Canada. N Y Bot Gard, Bronx/NY, 910 pp.Google Scholar
  71. Grace J (1988) In: Long SF, Woodward FI (eds) Plants and temperature. Comp of Biologists, Cambridge, pp 91–107.Google Scholar
  72. Grace J (1989) Philos Trans R Soc Lond B 324: 233–245.Google Scholar
  73. Greller AM (1989) Bull Torrey Bot Club 116: 145–163.Google Scholar
  74. Greuter W, Bürdet HM, Long G (1989) Medchecklist. Vol 4 Lauraceae-Rhamnaceae. Cons Jard Bot, Genève; Bot Garten, Berlin-Dahlem, 458+129 pp.Google Scholar
  75. Hancock IR, Henderson CP (1988) Flora of the Solomon Islands. Res Bull 7: 1–203.Google Scholar
  76. Harden GJ (1990, 1991 ) Bora of New South Wales. Vols 1 + 2. NSW Univ Press, Kensington, 601, 620 pp.Google Scholar
  77. Hartmann RL (1990) Am J Bot 77 (Suppl): 134–135.Google Scholar
  78. Hedberg I, Edwards S (1989) Flora of Ethiopia. Vol 3, Biol Dept, Addis Abeba; Dept Syst Bot Uppsala, 660 pp.Google Scholar
  79. Hegi G (1990) Illustrierte Flora von Mitteleuropa. Vol IV 2B/1–3 Akhemilla, (1989) Vol I 3/5 Gramineae. Parey, Berlin, 248, 80 pp.Google Scholar
  80. Hejny S, Slavik B (1990) Kvltena Geske Republiky. Vol 2. Praha, Academia, 540 pp.Google Scholar
  81. Ho TN, Liu SW (1990) Bull Br Mus Nat Hist Bot 20: 169–192.Google Scholar
  82. Hoiland K, Laane MM (1989) Can J Bot 67: 218–224.Google Scholar
  83. Hong DY, Ma LM (1991) Acta Phytotaxon Sin 29: 25–51.Google Scholar
  84. Huntley B (1991) Ann Bot 67 (Suppl l): 15–22.Google Scholar
  85. Index Holmiensis (1992) Vol 7 G-H. Lundquist J, Nordenstam B (eds) Swed Mus Nat Hist, Stockholm, 216 pp.Google Scholar
  86. Isely D (1990) Vascular flora of the Southeastern United States. Vol 3/2. Univ North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 258 pp.Google Scholar
  87. Iversen ST (1991) Symb Bot Ups 29: 1–234.Google Scholar
  88. Jafri SMH, El-Gadi A (1989) Flora of Libya. Parts 145–147. Al Faateh Univ, Tripoli, 422 pp.Google Scholar
  89. Jäger EJ (1990) Biol Rundsch 28: 295–306.Google Scholar
  90. Jalas J, Suominen J (1989, 1991 ) Aüas florae Europaeae. Vols 8 + 9. Committee Mapping Flora Europe, Helsinki, 261, 110 pp.Google Scholar
  91. Jeanmonod D, Bürdet HM (1987–1990) Compléments au Prodrome de la flore Corse. Fase 1–6. Cons Jard Bot, Genève, 18, 40, 56, 14, 19 pp.Google Scholar
  92. Jessop JP (1989) J Adelaide Bot Gard 12: 1–163.Google Scholar
  93. Jones SB, Coile NC (1988) The distribution of the vascular flora of Georgia. Univ of Georgia, Athens, 230 pp.Google Scholar
  94. Jurcev BA, Kamelin RV (1991) Osnovnye ponjatija i terminy floristiki. Permsk Univ, Perm, 80 pp.Google Scholar
  95. Kadereit JW (1990) Bot J Linnean Soc 103: 221–231.Google Scholar
  96. Kamelin RV (1990) Bora Syrdar’inskogo Karatau. Nauka, Leningrad, 146 pp.Google Scholar
  97. Klotz S (1990) In: Sukopp H, Hejny S (eds) Urban ecology. SPB Acad, The Hague, pp 99–103.Google Scholar
  98. Korotkov KO (1989) Bjull Mosk Ob§£ Ispyt Prir Otd Biol 94: 119–128.Google Scholar
  99. Kowarik I (1990a) Verh Beri Bot Ver 8: 33–67.Google Scholar
  100. Kowarik I (1990b) In: Sukopp H, Hejny S (eds) Urban ecology.SPB Acad, The Hague, pp 45–75.Google Scholar
  101. Koiarinov AV (1989) Klimatochorologiceskij analiz populjacij lesnych rastenij Belorussii. Nauka Technika, Minsk, 176 pp.Google Scholar
  102. Krutzsch W (1989) Plant Syst Evol 162: 5–61.Google Scholar
  103. Krutzsch W (1991) Feddes Repert 102: 11–28.Google Scholar
  104. Kullman L (1991) New Phytol 117: 351–360.Google Scholar
  105. Lahti T, Kurtto A, Väisänen RA (1988) Ann Bot Fenn 25: 281–291.Google Scholar
  106. Lawnonier Y (1990) In: Baas P, Kalkman C, Gees ink R (eds) The plant diversity of Malesia. Kluwer, Dordrecht, pp 193–211.Google Scholar
  107. Lawson GW, Simons RH, Isaac WE (1990) Bull Br Mus Nat Hist Bot 20: 153–168.Google Scholar
  108. Leistner OA (1990) S Afr J Bot 56: 706–707.Google Scholar
  109. Léonard J (1988,1989) Contribution a l’étude de la flore et da la végétation des deserts d’Iran. Fase 8+9. Jard Bot Nation Belg, Meise, 190, 123 pp.Google Scholar
  110. Li LQ, Zhang CF, Song SY, Chen Y (1991) Acta Phytotax Sin 29: 113–130.Google Scholar
  111. Linder HP (1990) Mitt Inst AUg Bot Hamb 23b: 777–790.Google Scholar
  112. Lobin W, Zizka G (1990) Mitt Inst Allg Bot Hamb 23b: 739–743.Google Scholar
  113. Lyr H, Wersenger H (1990) Biol Rundsch 28: 185–194.Google Scholar
  114. Malyshew LI (1991) In: Nimis PL, Crovello TJ (eds) Quantitative approaches to phytogeography. Kluwer, Dordrecht, pp 15–33.Google Scholar
  115. Mandaville JP (1990) Flora of Eastern Saudi Arabia. Kegan Paul, London, 482 pp.Google Scholar
  116. Marchant NG, Wheeler JR, Rye BL, Bennet EM, Lander NS, Macfarlane TD (1987) Flora of the Perth region. Western Austr Herbarium, Baron-Hay Court, 1080 pp.Google Scholar
  117. Martini F, Poldini L (1990) Webbia 44: 295–306.Google Scholar
  118. Mc Donald JA (1990) Sida 14: 21–28.Google Scholar
  119. Meusel H, Jäger EJ (1992) Vergleichende Chorologie der zentraleuropäischen Flora. Vol 3 (2 parts). Fischer, Jena, 333+264 pp.Google Scholar
  120. Meusel H, Kästner A (1990) Denkschr Österr Akad Wien 127: 1–294.Google Scholar
  121. Millar AJK (1990) Austr Syst Bot 3: 293–593.Google Scholar
  122. Miller A, Morris M (1988) Plants of Dhofar. Diwan of Royal Court, Sultanate of Oman, 361 pp.Google Scholar
  123. Ming T, Fang R (1990) Acta Bot Yunn 12: 353–365.Google Scholar
  124. Molina A, (1990) Bot Complutensis 16: 129–172.Google Scholar
  125. Moody ME, Mack RN (1988) J Appi Ecol 25: 1009–1021.Google Scholar
  126. Morton JK, Hogg EH (1989) Can J Bot 67: 1803–1820.Google Scholar
  127. Murray DR (1986) Seed dispersal. Academic Press, Sydney, 322 pp.Google Scholar
  128. Nakanishi H (1988) Hikobia 10: 129–133.Google Scholar
  129. Nikitin VV, Gel’dichanov AM (1988) Opredelitel’ rastenij Turkmenistana. Nauka, Leningrad, 680 pp.Google Scholar
  130. Ownbey GB, Morley T (1991) Vascular plants of Minnesota: a checklist and atlas. Univ Minnesota, Minneapolis, 307 pp.Google Scholar
  131. Opredelitel’ rastenij Srednej Azii (1987) Vol 9 Lamiaceae- Campanulaceae. FAN, Taškent, 400 pp.Google Scholar
  132. Panigrahi G, Murti SK (1989) Flora of Bilaspur district (Madhya Pradesh) Vol 1. Bot Surv India, Calcutta, 396 pp.Google Scholar
  133. Parks CR, Wende JF (1990) Am J Bot 77: 1243–1256.Google Scholar
  134. Paton A (1990) Notes R Bot Gard Edinb 46: 345–359.Google Scholar
  135. Pedersen B (1989) Nord J Bot 10: 163–189.Google Scholar
  136. Peteet DM (1991) Can J Bot 69: 786–796.Google Scholar
  137. Pichi Sermolli REG (1990) An Jard Bot Madr 46: 489–518.Google Scholar
  138. Piumel MM (1990) C R Seances Soc Biogeogr 66 /3: 103–127.Google Scholar
  139. Prud’Homme WF, Hoek C (1990) Cour Forschungsinst Senckenb 129: 55–73.Google Scholar
  140. Pyšek P (1989) Preslia 61: 329–334.Google Scholar
  141. Rajanady N (1990) Mitt Inst Allg Bot Hamb 23a: 39–52.Google Scholar
  142. Randell BR (1989) J Adelaide Bot Gard 12: 165–272.Google Scholar
  143. Rastenlja Central’noj Azii (1988,1989) Vol 8a + 9. Nauka, Leningrad, 125, 148 pp.Google Scholar
  144. Rezniczek AA (1990) Contrib Univ Mich Herb 17: 279–293.Google Scholar
  145. Rödl-Linder G (1990) Blumea 34: 277–423.Google Scholar
  146. Rueness J, Jacobsen T, Asen PA (1990) Blyttia 48: 21–26.Google Scholar
  147. Rzedowski J, Calderon de Rzedowski G (1990a) Flora Fanerogamica del Valle de Mexico. Vol 3. Inst de Ecologia, Patzcuaro/Mich, 494 pp.Google Scholar
  148. Rzedowski J, Calderon de Rzedowski G (1990b) Acta Bot Mexicana 12: 21–24.Google Scholar
  149. Saigado AE (1990) Philipp J Sei 119: 107–148.Google Scholar
  150. Salvesen PH (1989) Blyttia 47: 143–153.Google Scholar
  151. Sandbrink JM, Brederode J, Gadella TWJ (1990) Proc Kon Nederl Acad Wetensch 93 /3: 295–334.Google Scholar
  152. Satable B (1991) Candollea 46: 85–94.Google Scholar
  153. Sauer JD (1990) J Biogeogr 17: 1–3.Google Scholar
  154. Scholz H (1991) Flora et Vegetatio Mundi 9: 105–112.Google Scholar
  155. Schönbeck-Temesy E, Ehrendorfer F (1989) Plant Syst Evol 165: 101–136.Google Scholar
  156. Schönfelder P, Bresinsky A (1990) Verbreitungsatlas der Farn- und Blütenpflanzen Bayerns. Ulmer, Stuttgart, 752 pp.Google Scholar
  157. Schott AM (1991) Blumea 36: 205–234.Google Scholar
  158. Schwelngruber FH, Briffa KR, Jones PD (1991) Vegetatio 92: 5–71.Google Scholar
  159. Sebald O, Seybold S, Philippi G (1990) Die Farn- und Blütenpflanzen Baden-Württembergs. Vols 1+2. Ulmer, Stuttgart, 613, 442 pp.Google Scholar
  160. Sesagiriri R, Rolla PV, Reddy TA (1986) Flora of West Godavari district, Andhra Pradesh, India. Meerut Univ, Meerut, 520 pp.Google Scholar
  161. Simpson B (1988) Symb Bot Ups 28: 150–158.Google Scholar
  162. Skalicky V (1990) Preslia 92: 97–102.Google Scholar
  163. Slavik B (1990) Fytokartograficke syntezy ÖR. Vol 2. Bot Ustav CSAV, Pruhonice, 179 pp.Google Scholar
  164. Smith AC (1991) Flora Vitiensis Nova. A new flora of Fiji. Vol 5. Pacif Trop Bot Gard, Lawaii/Hawaii, 626 pp.Google Scholar
  165. Snogerup S, Gustafsson M, Bothmer R (1990) Willdenowia 19: 271–365.Google Scholar
  166. Soreng RJ (1990) Am J Bot 77: 1383–1400.Google Scholar
  167. Sosudistye rastenija Sovetskogo Dal’nego Vostoka (1992) Vol 4. Nauka, Leningrad, 380 pp.Google Scholar
  168. Soule ME (1990) Ann Mo Bot Gard 77: 4–12.Google Scholar
  169. Soyrinki N (1991) Ann Bot Fenn 28: 59–79.Google Scholar
  170. Stanley TD, Ross EM (1989) Flora of South-East Queensland. Vol 3. Queensland Dept Prim Industries, Brisbane, 532 pp.Google Scholar
  171. Startinger U (1990) Die Einbürgerung der Spätblühenden Traubenkirsche (Prunus serotina Ehrh.) in Mitteleuropa. Techn Univ, Berlin, 119 pp.Google Scholar
  172. Strid A, Kit Tan (1991) Mountain Flora of Greece. Vol 2. Univ Press, Edinburgh, 974 pp.Google Scholar
  173. Sumina OI, Jackevic VV (1990) Vestnik Leningr Univ Ser 3 Biol 3: 4145.Google Scholar
  174. Taylor P (1989) The genus Utricularia - a taxonomic monograph. Her Majestys Stat Off, London, 724 pp.Google Scholar
  175. Teoreticeskie problemy sravnitel’snoj floristiki (1987) Nauka, Leningrad, 292 pp.Google Scholar
  176. Thomasson M, Thomasson G (1991) Adansonia Bot 13: 71–89.Google Scholar
  177. Thorne RF (1989) Rhodora 91: 10–24.Google Scholar
  178. Touw A, Rubers VW (1989) De Nederlandse bladmosen - Flora en verspreidingsatlas van de Nederlandse Musci (Sphagnum uitgesondert). Stichting, Utrecht, 532 pp.Google Scholar
  179. Trepl L (1990) In: Sukopp H, Hejny S (eds) Urban ecology. SPB Acad, The Hague, pp 75–97.Google Scholar
  180. Treter U (1984) Die Baumgrenzen Skandinaviens. Steiner, Wiesbaden, 111 pp.Google Scholar
  181. Villar L, Lazare J (1991) Itinera Geobot 5: 481–504.Google Scholar
  182. Wagner WL, Herbst DR, Sohmer SH (1990) Manual of the flowering plants of Hawaii. Vol 1–1–2. Univ Hawaii, Honolulu, 1854 pp.Google Scholar
  183. Warwick SJ (1993) Plant Syst Evol 169: 41–54.Google Scholar
  184. Webb CJ, Sykes WR, Gamock-Jones PV (1988) Flora of New Zealand. Vol 4 Naturalized pteridophytes, gymnosperms, dicotyledons. DSIR Bot Div, Christchurch, 1365 pp.Google Scholar
  185. Weeda EJ (1989) Gorteria 15: 119–124.Google Scholar
  186. Welzen PC (1989) Guioa Cav. (Sapindaceae): taxonomy, phytogeny, and historical biogeography. Leiden Bot Ser vol 12, 315 pp.Google Scholar
  187. Westhus W, Zündorf HJ (1990) Landschaftspflege Naturschutz Thüringen 27: 6–21.Google Scholar
  188. White F (1990) Adansonia Bot 12: 139–185.Google Scholar
  189. Whitmore TC, Prance GT (1987) Biogeography and Quaternary history in tropical Latin America. Oxford Univ, Oxford, 564 pp.Google Scholar
  190. Winkler S (1990) Bot Jahrb Syst 112: 43–77.Google Scholar
  191. Wittig R (1991) Ökologie der Großstadtflora. Fischer, Stuttgart, 261 pp.Google Scholar
  192. Woodward FI (1988) In: Long SF, Woodward FI (eds) Plants and temperature. Company of Biologists, Cambridge, pp 59–75.Google Scholar
  193. Woodward FI (1990) Philos Trans R Soc London B 326: 585–593.Google Scholar
  194. Wörz A (1989) Bot Jahrb Syst 110: 493–510.Google Scholar
  195. Wraber T, Skoberne P (1989) Rdeci seznam ogroXenih praprotnic in semenk SR Slovenije. Varstvo Narave, Ljubljana, 14–15 428 pp.Google Scholar
  196. Wu ZY (1990) Ann Mo Bot Gard 77: 427–429.Google Scholar
  197. Yamazaki T (1990) Flora of Thailand. Vol 5/2 Scrophulariaceae. Thai Nation Doc Centre, Bangkok, pp 139–238.Google Scholar
  198. Ying TS (1989) Acta Phytotaxon Sin 27: 17–26.Google Scholar
  199. Zajac A (1988) Zesz Nauk Univ Jagiell Prace Bot 17: 23–51.Google Scholar
  200. Ziman SN, Keener CS (1989) Ann Mo Bot Gard 76: 1012–1049.Google Scholar
  201. Zimmermann A, Kniely G, Melzer H, Maurer W, Hollriegl R (1989) Mitt Abt Bot Landesmuseum Joanneum Graz 18 /19: 1–302.Google Scholar

Copyright information

© Springer Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1993

Authors and Affiliations

  • Eckehart J. Jäger
    • 1
  1. 1.Institut für Geobotanik und Botanischer GartenMartin-Luther-Universität HalleHalleGermany

Personalised recommendations