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Flowering Plants · Monocotyledons

Lilianae (except Orchidaceae)

  • Klaus Kubitzki

Part of the The Families and Genera of Vascular Plants book series (FAMILIES GENERA, volume 3)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-X
  2. Introduction to Monocotyledons

    1. H.-J. Tillich
      Pages 1-19
    2. W. Barthlott, I. Theisen
      Pages 20-22
    3. K. Kubitzki, P. J. Rudall, M. C. Chase
      Pages 23-33
    4. S. Vogel
      Pages 34-48
  3. Acanthochlamydaceae

    1. P.-C. Kao, K. Kubitzki
      Pages 55-58
  4. Agapanthaceae

    1. K. Kubitzki
      Pages 58-60
  5. Agavaceae

    1. S. Verhoek
      Pages 60-70
  6. Alliaceae

    1. K. Rahn
      Pages 70-78
  7. Alstroemeriaceae

    1. E. Bayer
      Pages 79-83
  8. Amaryllidaceae

    1. A. W. Meerow, D. A. Snijman
      Pages 83-110
  9. Anemarrhenaceae

    1. J. G. Conran, P. J. Rudall
      Pages 111-114
  10. Anthericaceae

    1. J. G. Conran
      Pages 114-121
  11. Aphyllanthaceae

    1. J. G. Conran
      Pages 122-124
  12. Asparagaceae

    1. K. Kubitzki, P. J. Rudall
      Pages 125-129
  13. Asphodelaceae

    1. G. F. Smith, B-E. Van Wyk
      Pages 130-140
  14. Asteliaceae

    1. C. Bayer, O. Appel, P. J. Rudall
      Pages 141-145
  15. Behniaceae

    1. J. G. Conran
      Pages 146-148
  16. Blandfordiaceae

    1. H. T. Clifford, J. G. Conran
      Pages 148-150
  17. Boryaceae

    1. J. G. Conran
      Pages 151-154
  18. Burmanniaceae

    1. H. Maas-van de Kamer
      Pages 154-164
  19. Calochortaceae

    1. M. N. Tamura
      Pages 164-172
  20. Campynemataceae

    1. K. Kubitzki
      Pages 173-175
  21. Colchicaceae

    1. B. Nordenstam
      Pages 175-185
  22. Convallariaceae

    1. J. G. Conran, M. N. Tamura
      Pages 186-198
  23. Corsiaceae

    1. C. Neinhuis, P. L. Ibisch
      Pages 198-201
  24. Cyclanthaceae

    1. G. Harling, G. J. Wilder, R. Eriksson
      Pages 202-215
  25. Dioscoreaceae

    1. H. Huber
      Pages 216-235
  26. Doryanthaceae

    1. H. T. Clifford
      Pages 236-238
  27. Dracaenaceae

    1. J. J. Bos
      Pages 238-241
  28. Eriospermaceae

    1. P. L. Perry, P. J. Rudall
      Pages 241-244
  29. Hemerocallidaceae

    1. H. T. Clifford, R. J. F. Henderson, J. G. Conran
      Pages 245-253
  30. Herreriaceae

    1. J. G. Conran
      Pages 253-255
  31. Hostaceae

    1. K. Kubitzki
      Pages 256-260
  32. Hyacinthaceae

    1. F. Speta
      Pages 261-285
  33. Hypoxidaceae

    1. I. Nordal
      Pages 286-295
  34. Iridaceae

    1. P. Goldblatt, J. C. Manning, P. Rudall
      Pages 295-333
  35. Ixioliriaceae

    1. K. Kubitzki
      Pages 334-335
  36. Johnsoniaceae

    1. H. T. Clifford, J. G. Conran
      Pages 336-340
  37. Lanariaceae

    1. P. J. Rudall
      Pages 340-342
  38. Liliaceae

    1. M. N. Tamura
      Pages 343-353
  39. Lomandraceae

    1. J. G. Conran
      Pages 354-365
  40. Luzuriagaceae

    1. J. G. Conran, H. T. Clifford
      Pages 365-369
  41. Melanthiaceae

    1. M. N. Tamura
      Pages 369-380
  42. Nartheciaceae

    1. M. N. Tamura
      Pages 381-392
  43. Nolinaceae

    1. D. Bogler
      Pages 392-397
  44. Pandanaceae

    1. B. C. Stone, K.-L. Huynh, H.-H. Poppendieck
      Pages 397-404
  45. Pentastemonaceae

    1. K. Kubitzki
      Pages 404-406
  46. Petermanniaceae

    1. J. G. Conran, H. T. Clifford
      Pages 406-408

About this book

Introduction

When Rolf Dahlgren and I embarked on preparing this book series, Rolf took prime responsibility for monocotyledons, which had interested him for a long time. After finishing his comparative study and family classification of the mono cots, he devoted much energy to the acquisition and editing of family treatments for the present series. After his untimely death, Peter Goldblatt, who had worked with him, continued to handle further incoming monocot manuscripts until, in the early 1990s, his other obligations no longer allowed him to continue. At that time, some 30 manuscripts in various states of perfection had accumulated, which seemed to form a solid basis for a speedy completion of the FGVP monocots; with the exception of the grasses and orchids which would appear in separate volumes. I felt a strong obligation to do everything to help in publishing the manuscripts that had been put into our hands. I finally decided to take charge of them personally, although during my life as a botanist I had never seriously been interested in mono cots.

Keywords

Biodiversität Einkeimblättrige Pflanzen Flora Monokotyledonen Orchidaceae Systematik, Pflanzen Taxonomie angiosperms biodiversity evolution orchid plant phylogeny systematics systematics, plants taxonomy, plants

Editors and affiliations

  • Klaus Kubitzki
    • 1
  1. 1.Institut für Allgemeine Botanik und Botanischer GartenHamburgGermany

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-03533-7
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1998
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-642-08377-8
  • Online ISBN 978-3-662-03533-7
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