× Home What's New Introduction The Species Species Key

Acknowledgements Useful websites Dynamic datasets Website search
Lacistemataceae Holistic Database Neotropical Plant Families Database U.K. Communities of Woodland & Scrub Species 2000 University of Reading Herbarium RNG, University of Reading, U.K.

☰ Menu

Literature - H

Hallier H (1905) Provisional scheme of the natural (phylogenetic) system of flowering plants, New Phytologist, New Phytologist Trust, Lancaster, Vol. 4(7): 157, 160

Hallier H (1908) On the Origin of Angiosperms, Botanical Gazaette, The University of Chicago Press, Vol. 45(3): 197

Hamrick J L, Murawski (1991) Levels of allozyme diversity in populations of uncommon Neotropical tree species, Journal of Tropical Ecology, Vol. 7(3): 395-399

Harris J A (1905) The Dehiscence of Anthers by Apical Pores, Missouri Botanical Garden Annual Report, Missouri Botanical Garden Press, St. Louis, Vol. 1905: 175

Hartshorn G S, Poveda L J (1983) Checklist of Trees in Costa Rican Natural History, The University of Chicago Press, Chicago: 168, 170

Haston E, Richardson J E, Stevens P F, Chase M W, Harris D J (2009) The linear Angiosperm Phylogeny Group (LAPG) III: a linear sequence of the families in APG III, Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, The Linnean Society of London: 129

Hegnauer R. (1966) Lacistemaceae In: Chemotaxonomie der Pflanzen, Lehrbücher und Monographien aus dem Gebiete der Exakten Wissenschaften (Chemische Reihe), Basel, Vol 19: 346

Hemsley W B (1879-1888) Introduction in Botany Vol. 1, Biologia Centrali-Americana: zoology, botany and archaeology, R H Porter, London: xlix

Hemsley W B (1882-1886) Enumeration of the incompletae, monocotyledones, and cryptogamic vasculares, with descriptions of new species in Botany Vol. 3, Biologia Centrali-Americana: zoology, botany and archaeology, R H Porter, London: 181

Hemsley W B (1886-1888) Summary and analysis of the Flora in Botany Vol. 4, Biologia Centrali-Americana: zoology, botany and archaeology, R H Porter, London: 194, 205, 217

Hemsley W B (1886-1888) Further details of the distribution of some of the more prominent natural Orders in Botany Vol. 4, Biologia Centrali-Americana: zoology, botany and archaeology, R H Porter, London: 264

Henkel T W, Kelloff C L, Alexander S N, Funk V A (2016) Smithsonian Plant Collections, Guyana: 1992-2014 : No. 105: 185 (index)

Heywood V H, Brummitt R K, Culham A, Seberg O (2007) Flowering plant families of the world, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew: 178

Higuchi P, Ferreira Reis M das G (2006) Composição florística da regeneração natural de espécies arbóreas ao longo de oito anosem um fragmento de floresta estacional semidecidual, em Viçosa, MG, Revista Árvore, Universidade Federal de Viçosa, Viçosa: Vol. 30(6): 898, 900

Höck F (1908) Allgemeine Pflantzengeographie und Pflanzengeographie aussereuropäischer Länder. in Just's Botanischer Jahresbericht, Systematisch geordnetes repertorium der botanischern literatur aller länder, Verlag von Gebrüder Borntraeger, Leipzig, Jahrg. 36, Abt. 2: 101

Hoffstadt R E (1916) The Vascular Anatomy of Piper methysticum, International Journal of Plant Sciences, The University of Chicago Press, Vol. 62(2): 115

Hohnwalk S, Rischkowsky B, Camarao A P, Schultze-Kraft R, Rodrigues Filho J A, King J M (2006) Integrating cattle into the slash-and-burn cycle on smallholdings in the Eastern Amazon, using grass-capoeira or grass-legume pastures, Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Vol. 117 (4): 272

Holdridge L R, Dwyer J D (1972) Notes on Panamanian trees and shrubs collected in 1971 by L.R. Holdridge and Others, Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden, Missouri Botanical Garden Press, St. Louis, Vol 59(2): 254

Holgate P (1966) Bivariate generalizations of Neyman's Type A Distribution, Biometrika, Biometrika Trust, London, Vol. 53(1/2): 243

Hölscher D, de A Sá T D, Möller R F, Denich M, Fölster H (1998) Rainfall partitioning and related hydrochemical fluxes in a diverse and in a mono specific (Phenakospermum guyannense) secondary vegetation stand in eastern Amazonia, Oecologia, International Association for Ecology, Springer-Verlag, Dubai, Vol. 114(2): 252-3

Homer F, Lal K, Johnson W (1998) Forest species regeneration and management options in the Melajo Nature Reserve, Trinidad and Tobago, Environmental Conservation, Foundation for Environmental Conservation, Moiry, Vol. 25(1): 59,62

Horn S P, Rodgers J C, Orvis K H, Northrop L A (1998) Recent land use and vegetation history from soil pollen analysis: testing the potential in the lowland humid tropics, Palynology, American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists Inc., Dallas, Vol. 22: 179

Hubbell S P, Foster R B (1990) Structure, dynamics, and equilibrium status of old-growth forest on Barro Colorado Island, in Gentry A H (ed.), Four Neotropical Rainforests, Yale University Press, New Haven: 530

Huber J (1909) Materiaes para a Flora amazonica VII. Plantae Duckeanae austro-guyanenses, Enumeracao das plantas siphonogamas colleccionadas de 1902 a 1907 na Guyana brasileira pelo Sr. Adolpho Ducke e determinadas in Boletim do Museu Paraense de Historia Natural E Ethnographia, Estabelemento Graphico de C. Wiegandt, Brazil, Tomo 5, Fasciculos 2: 332

Huber O, Steyermark J A, Prance G T, Ales C (1984) The vegetation of the Sierra Parima, Venezuela-Brazil: some results of recent exploration, Brittonia, New York Botanical Garden Press, New York, Vol. 36(2): 123

Hutchinson J (1924) Contributions towards a Phylogenetic Classification of Flowering Plants: IV, Bulletin of Miscellaneous Information (Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew), Vol. 1924(4)

Hutchinson J (1926) The families of flowering plants 1. Dicotyledons arranged according to new system based on their probable phylogeny, Macmillan and Co., Limited, London: 11, 108