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by David G. Barker
Author: David G. Barker
Publisher: Hardy Plant Society (December 1996)
Category: Math Science
Subcategory: Biological Sciences
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With 27 fine colour plates by contemporary botanical artists, numerous colour photographs and line drawings. Biological Sciences: Botany.
With notes on horticultural selections and care, this book covers all epimediums-many discovered only in the last decade. Hardcover: 354 pages. Publisher: Timber Press, Incorporated (November 1, 2002).
Plant species of the Berberidaceae family, particularly from the Berberis and Epimedium genera, have been used in the treatment of warts and various solid tumors in China and India from at least the second century . 145 Another member of this family, Podophyllum peltatum . commonly known as the may apple or mandrake, has been used for similar purposes in the United.
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Part I is a detailed taxonomic treatment of Epimedium and Vancouveria including cultivars, plus chapters on habit, classification, morphology, cultivation and geographical distribution; Part II covers Caulophyllum, Ranzania, Jeffersonia, Leontice and other herbaceous Berberidaceae; and Part III is Julian Shaw's revision of Podophyllum. With 27 botanical paintings, 31 line drawings and 77 colour photographs. Format Hardback 350 pages.
In some older treatments of the family, Berberidaceae only included four genera (Berberis, Epimedium, Mahonia, Vancouveria), with the other genera treated in separate families, Leonticaceae (Bongardia, Caulophyllum, Gymnospermium, Leontice), Nandinaceae (Nandina), and Podophyllaceae (Achlys, Diphylleia, Dysosma, Jeffersonia, Podophyllum, Ranzania, Sinopodophyllum).
With 27 fine colour plates by contemporary botanical artists. With 27 fine colour plates by contemporary botanical artists.
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