5 edition of The genus Salix in Alaska and the Yukon found in the catalog.
The genus Salix in Alaska and the Yukon
George W. Argus
|Statement||[by] George W. Argus.|
|Series||National Museum of Natural Sciences. Publications in botany, no. 2, Publications in botany (Ottawa, Ont.) ;, no. 2.|
|LC Classifications||QK1 .P84 no. 2, QK495.S16 .P84 no. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 278 p.|
|Number of Pages||278|
|LC Control Number||74175650|
Salix alaxensis/Astragalus alpinus-Epilobium latifolium (Webber and central, and arctic Alaska. others ) Salix alaxensis/Shepherdia canadensis/Dryas octopetala-Arctostaphylos rubra-Cladonia pyxidata (Scott. a) Salix a/axensis/Equisetum arvense (Craighead and others ) Salix alaxensis-S. glauca-S. planifolia/Equisetum arvense (CraigheadCited by:
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Argus, George W. (George William). Genus Salix in Alaska and the Yukon. [Ottawa, National Museums of Canada, ].
Previous regional floristic works supported by specimens in the collection are Anderson’s Flora of Alaska and Adjacent Parts of Canada, The Genus Salix in Alaska and the Yukon, Wetland Sedges of Alaska, Alaska Rare Plant Field Guide, and AKEPIC ID Book. Books shelved as yukon: The Call of the Wild/White Fang by Jack London, The Call of the Wild by Jack London, The Spell of the Yukon and Other Verses by R.
Describes 39 native species, 2 introduced species, 9 sub-species and 11 varieties. The account of each species includes a statement of range and habitat, a distribution map and photos of herbarium specimens.
A key to all taxa is presented. Introductory sections deal with taxonomic relationships, hybridization, polyploidy and by: Willow Image Description.
Botanical Name: Salix species. Appearance: There are in excess of 40 species of willow growing in the Yukon, ranging from tall multi stemmed shrubs to prostrate ground hugging forms. The leaves on most of them are long and narrow.
Salix fuscescens is a species of flowering plant in the willow family known by the common name Alaska bog is native to northern North America, where it occurs throughout much of Alaska and across northern Canada.
It is also present in Eurasia. This plant is a squat deciduous shrub growing up to 30 cm (1 ft) to 55 cm ( ft) tall.
Sometimes it remains under 15 cm (6 in) : Angiosperms. This is a comprehensive worldwide survey of willows (the genus Salix), extending from tiny alpine and arctic plants to the huge specimen trees found in water meadows. This work will be invaluable to the gardener for its practical detail and to the botanist as an excellent reference by: Salix alaxensis is a species of flowering plant in the willow family known by the common names Alaska willow and feltleaf is native to northern North America, where it occurs throughout Alaska and northwestern : Tracheophytes.
References: Argus, G. The genus Salix in Alaska and the Yukon. Publ. Bot. (Ottawa) Dorn, R. Willows of the Rocky Mountain states. Rhodora. At Yukon Books we carry a wide selection of books about the people and territory of Northern Canada.
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We are among the top independent sellers of Canadian books on the Internet. References: Argus, G. The genus Salix in Alaska and the Yukon. Publ. Bot. (Ottawa) Argus, G. The genus Salix (Salicaceae) in the. Salix Linnaeus, Sp.
2: ; Gen. 5, [name conserved] Willow, saule [Latin name for willow] George W. Argus Shrubs or The genus Salix in Alaska and the Yukon book, slightly heterophyllous, clonal or not, clones formed by root shoots, rhizomes, layering, or stem fragmentation; branching not 1-scaled (oily in S.
barrattiana), margins connate into calyptra or distinct and. About this Item: Lund: p & Leipzig: Otto Harrassowitz, ., 10 Parts. 5 plates. 1 folding map.
many small sketch maps in the text. Uncut & partly unopened in original wrs. Parts I-IV inscribed from the author to First Edition. This important work was based on the Swedish botanist s lengthy studies of specimens collected during his expedition to the Aleutian.
Illustrated with original photographs and paintings, Tales of Alaska and the Yukon captures the spirit of the wild Northwest. The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more.
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KEY FOR WINTER IDENTIFICATION OF SALIX IN INTERIOR ALASKA by Dorothy T. Simpson September Winter identification of Salix is often very difficult. 'lllis key has described 16 species of willows, most of which are fairly common to the Interior of.
The following is an excerpt from my book Legends of the Nahanni Valley- a non-fiction which explores the history and folklore surrounding Nahanni National Park, one of the most mysterious regions in all of Canada.
I'll include a link to this book at the end of the article. The Legend. Willow Varieties for Alaska Author: Stoney J. Wright Subject: Culturally adapted willows for revegetation in Alaska Keywords: Alaska Plant Materials Center, Roland pacific willow, Wilson bebb willow, Long barclay willow, Oliver barren ground willow, Alaska reclamation, landscaping, native alaska willows, Stoney Wright, conservation plant projectFile Size: 2MB.
A Guide to Alaska Salix (willows) George W. Argus Workshop on willow identification Anchorage, Alaska. 2 George W. Argus Haskins Rd, Merrickville R3, Ontario, Canada K0G 1N0.
The genus Salix in Alaska and the Yukon. National Museums of Canada, Ottawa, Publications in Botany No pages. National Museums of Canada, Ottawa, Publications in Botany No pages. 13 Day Tour from Anchorage to Anchorage. Ultimate Alaska & the Yukon.
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Destinations & Sightseeing. Itinerary and Meals. Optional Excursions. Private Touring. Know Before You Go. The genus Salix in Alaska and the Yukon. Publications in Botany, No. Ottowa, ON: National Museums of Canada, National Museum of Natural Sciences. Translingual: A taxonomic genus within the family Salicaceae – the willows.
A taxonomic revision of the genus Antennaria (Asteraceae: Inuleae: Gnaphaliinae) of Alaska and Yukon Territory, Northwestern North America. Arctic and Alpine Research Arctic and Alpine Research This is an incomplete list of Salix species, the willows.
The genus contains about species. Species. Salix acmophylla; Salix acutifolia – violet willow; Salix aegyptiaca; Salix alaxensis – Alaska willow; Salix alba – white willow; Salix alpina – alpine willow; Salix amygdaloides –. Get this book in print described and figured entire Eocene Flora fossilis arctica FLORAS OF ALASKA formation forms fossil plants fossile Flora genera genus geologic Goeppert Greenland Heer Heer's Hollick Idem identified included Island Juglans Kenai Peninsula Knowlton later leaf leaves length Lesquereux The Tertiary Floras of Alaska.
Salix chamissonis Andersson Show All Show Tabs Chamisso's willow General Information; Symbol: SACH Group: Dicot Family: Genus: Salix L.
– willow Species: Salix chamissonis Andersson – Chamisso's willow Subordinate Taxa. 1 INTRODUCTION. The genus Salix L. (Salicaceae) comprises about – species of trees and shrubs mainly occurring in the Northern Hemisphere with a distribution center in China (Argus, ; Skvortsov, ).Willows are important elements of various kinds of natural wetlands, riparian vegetation, and arctic‐alpine tundras and are involved in many biotic interactions (e.g., Hörandl Cited by: 7.
The Genus Salix in Alaska and the Yukon, George W. Argus. illus. National Museums of Canada, Publications in Botany, No. 2, Gratis Gratis Aristocrats of the Trees. Willows of Interior Alaska. herbivores in the Arctic are the eriophyoid gall mites on the dominant plant genus Salix.
combinations in the Salix of Alaska and Yukon are made: S. Top Brochure of Ultimate Alaska & the Yukon. Please note the tour price reflected on the brochure is subject to change. Due to seasonality, and taxes prices of the tour are subject to change without due notice. Please consult with the operator directly for the recent price/5(K).
Salix tetrasperma, commonly called Indian willow, is a medium-sized tree of wet and swampy places, shedding its leaves at the end of monsoon season. It flowers after leafing. The bark is rough, with deep, vertical fissures and the young shoots leaves are silky.
The leaves are lance-like, or ovate-lancelike, 8–15 cm long, with minutely and regularly toothed : Salicaceae. Literature Cited Robert W. Kiger, Editor (only), book titles are rendered in the abbreviated forms recommended in F. Staﬂeu and R. Cowan (–) and F.
Staﬂeu et al. The Genus Salix in Alaska and the Yukon. Ottawa. [Natl. Mus. Nat. Sci. Publ. Bot. 2.] (Salix Alaska Yukon) Argus, G.
An experimental study of. all over Alaska so our range was greatly enlarged. In Christine, Amy Rude, Lucille and I took Dr.
Rude's car, (he was getting a new one), shipped it to Haines on an Alaska Steamship boat and drove the Haines, Alaska and Steese Highways to the Yukon River.
We stayed at Miller House for many days and collected in a wide area around there. Salix purpurea 'Green Dicks'. This is a small and slender shrub suitable for fine ing will enable it to be used in a border where the many fine branches can serve as an anchor.
More than plants (including trees, roots, wildflowers, herbs, seaweed, and mushrooms) from Alaska, Yukon Territory, through western Canada, to Washington, Oregon and northern California are profiled.
Information provided includes precise botanical identification, history (New and Old World folk uses), harvest and habitat information, and recipes.5/5(1).
Flora of Alaska and Adjacent Parts of Canada, originally published inwas the first modern flora of the vascular plants of Alaska and adjacent areas of Flora represented the life work of botanist Jacob Peter Anderson who's aim was to produce a flora encompassing all known vascular plants in the ed are keys and descriptions for each family, genus and species; Brand: CreateSpace Publishing.
The genus Salix (Willow) is a very taxonomicaly difficult group. Experts have a difficult time deciding exactly what is a species, and amateurs have a hard time getting to know them.
Experts have a difficult time deciding exactly what is a species, and amateurs have a hard time getting to know them.
Genus: Salix L. – willow Subordinate Taxa. AK-Willows of Alaska (SALIX) Developing a Willow Biomass Crop Enterprise (SALIX) NY-Modeling Growth and Biomass Production for Willow (SALIX) Salix of North America (SALIX) Wildlife. Food. Source Large Mammals Small Mammals Water Birds. grilling, and bakingThe Genus Salix in Alaska and the Yukon, George William Argus,Botany, pages.
The revision of the genus Salix which is presented here is based on field studies which attempt to understand the species in terms of the following: population variation Barbara Lee Bleau Barron's Educational SeriesFile Size: 86KB.
Salix purpurea 'Pendula' Leave 'Pendula' to grow as an attractive arching shrub or train it as a small weeping willow by removing the lower buds. Or it can be grafted onto rootstock that is m (') tall.
References  Additional references . Flora of North America Editorial Committee (ed.) Flora of North America North of Mexico. Volume 7: Magnoliophyta: Salicaceae to Brassicaceae.
pp. Oxford University Press, New York / Notable Alaska-related books published in include "The Snow Child" by Eowyn Ivey, a fiction book that garnered national attention, and "Haa Léelk'w Hás Aaní Saax'ú / Our Grandparents.