Monograph of Abies cephalonica Loudon =

Monografija Abies cephalonica Loudon = Monographie d"Abies cephalonica Loudon
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Razred za prirodne znanosti Jugoslavenske akademije znanosti i umjetnosti , Zagreb
Fir -- Breeding., Fir -- Gene
Other titlesMonografija Abies cephalonica Loudon., Monographie d"Abies cephalonica Loudon., Abies cephalonica Loudon.
StatementConstantinos P. Panetsos.
SeriesAnnales forestales ;, v. 7/1, Anali za šumarstvo ;, v. 7/1.
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LC ClassificationsSD1 .A58 no. 7,pt. 1
The Physical Object
Pagination22 p., [2] leaves of plates :
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Open LibraryOL3912280M
LC Control Number81478342

Greek Fir, Abies cephalonica, is an endemic conifer of Greece. The following article gives information about its history, use and cultivation. Abstract. Greek fir (Abies cephalonica Loudon) belongs to the Mediterranean fir species and is widely distributed in the mountains of Central and Southern ering a climatic scenario, infestation by pathogens or insects and fire episodes, it has been proposed that Mediterranean firs could be in danger in some parts of their present range but, on the other hand, could also replace Cited by: 3.

Abies cephalonica Loudon Abies cephalonica Link Common names Abete di Cefalonia in Italian Elate in Greek, Modern () Grecian fir in English Grecian fir in English [Regnum Vegetabile Vol. ]: Koeltz Scientific Books, Königstein Farjon, A. () A Handbook of.

Actually, the genus Abies is classified in 10 sections, of which two include the circum-Mediterranean fir species. The Abies section comprises fir species distributed in the Centre-North of the Mediterranean Basin: Abies alba Mill. (silver fir), Abies cephalonica Loudon (Greek fir), Abies x borisii-regis g: book.

The reproductive biology of the endemic to Greece Abies cephalonica Loudon, including the phenology of the reproductive life cycle, cone production in relation to plant age and the required seed. The reproductive biology of the endemic to Greece Abies cephalonica Loudon, including the phenology of the reproductive life cycle, cone production in relation to plant age and the required seed germination conditions, was studied.

All individuals growing within 20 permanent plots of m2 each established in 11 different locations covering the entire strictly protected area of Mount Aenos.

Greek fir (Abies cephalonica Loudon) is endemic to the mountains of central and southern Greece and indigenous to islands of Cephalonia (Ionian Sea), Euboea in the Aegean Sea, Sterea Hellas, and in the far south of Peloponnesos [Farjon ]. From central Greece northwards, Greek fir is progressively replaced Monograph of Abies cephalonica Loudon = book Abies ×borisii-regis.

Reforestation with Abies cephalonica Loudon: a five-year study of seedling survival Article in Management of Environmental Quality An International Journal 27(2). Abies cephalonica.

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Loudon Common names. Κεφαλληνιακή ελάτη [Greek]; Grecian fir [English]. Taxonomic notes. Synonyms for the type (Farjon ):Picea cephalonica (Loudon) Loudon ; Pinus cephalonica (Loudon) Endlicher ; Pinus abies Du Roi var.

cephalonica (Loudon) H. Christ ; Abies alba Mill. var. cephalonica (Loudon) Richt. ; The natural hybrid of this. Abies cephalonica Loudon is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Abies (family Pinaceae).

The record derives from WCSP (data supplied on ) which reports it as an accepted name (record ) with original Missing: book. Panetsos, CP () Monograph of Abies cephalonica Loudon. Annales Forestales (Zagreb) 7 / 1, 1 – Pearse, IS, Koenig, WD and Kelly, D () Mechanisms of mast seeding: resources weather, cues, and selection.

Abies acicularis Maxim. ex Lavallée. Abies alba cephalonica (Loudon). Abies apollinis Link. Abies apollinis panachaica (Heldr.) Boiss.

Abies apollinis reginae-amaliae (Heldr.) Boiss. Abies heterophylla Abies luscombeana Loudon. Abies panachaica Heldr.

Abies peloponnesiaca Haage ex Abies peloponnesica Haage ex Heldr.

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Abies picea apollinis (Link) g: book. Abies cephalonica is formally assessed as #NearThreatened in by IUCN Red List. #PinaceaeMissing: book. Espesye sa pino ang Abies ning gihulagway ni John Claudius Abies cephalonica sakop sa kahenera nga Abies sa kabanay nga Pinaceae.

Giklaseklase sa IUCN ang espesye sa kinaminosang kalabotan. Pagka karon wala pay siak nga nalista ubos niini niya. Ang mga gi basihan niini. ; ; Gikan sa gawas nga tinubdanMissing: book.

Reproductive biology of Abies cephalonica Loudon in Mount Aenos National Park, Cephalonia, Greece (English). Patterns of Abies cephalonica Loudon seedling recruitment at its westernmost geographical limit (western Greece), were studied by monitoring their emergence, survival, and establishment for up to four years in the microhabitats to which seeds are dispersed.

Seedlings were monitored on permanent sampling plots established in 11 different locations covering the entire strictly protected. Abies cephalonica Loud. Greek Fir For an interesting account of the introduction see Loudon’s Arb. et Frut. Brit.,pp. The Greek fir thrives remarkably well in the British Isles, even in the east and south-east, although the biggest girths are produced in the west.

Some care is needed in siting it, however, as it flushes. The firs (genus Abies, Pinaceae) exemplify plant diversification related to long‐term climatic, geological and evolutionary changes (Pignatti, ).

Today, the Mediterranean firs comprise nine species, one natural hybrid and several varieties (Vidakovic, ). However, the current relict status of these species constitutes an example of an endangered ecosystem, highly vulnerable to global g: book. Abies pinsapo is an example, with the species surviving in only three enclaves in southern Spain and two in northern Morocco.

Until the mid 20th century A. pinsapo forests were subject to major anthropogenic pressures, and in Spain they were under constant threat of overuse until they were acquired by the State. An Abies cephalonica in uska species han Plantae in nahilalakip ha punoan nga Tracheophyta, ngan nga ginhulagway ni John Claudius Abies cephalonica in nahilalakip ha genus nga Abies, ngan familia nga Pinaceae.

Ginklasipika han IUCN an species komo diri gud kababarak-an. Waray hini subspecies nga g: book. Abies cephalonica Loudon Pinaceae ABIES_CEP Abies cilicica (Antoine & Kotschy) Carrière Pinaceae ABIES_CIL Abies concolor (Gordon & Glend.) Lindl.

ex Hildebr. Pinaceae ABIES_CON Abies firma Siebold & Zucc. Pinaceae ABIES_FIR Abies fraseri (Pursh) Poir. Abies cephalonica foliage & cones, Enos, Kefalinia (type locality of species), Greece. Abies amabilis: Douglas ex J. Forbes: Pinaceae ABIES_AMA: Abies balsamea (L.) Mill. Pinaceae ABIES_BAL: Abies cephalonica: Loudon: Pinaceae ABIES_CEP: Abies cilicica (Antoine & Kotschy) Carrière: Pinaceae ABIES_CIL: Abies concolor (Gordon & Glend.) Lindl.

ex Hildebr. Pinaceae ABIES_CON: Abies firma: Siebold & Zucc. Pinaceae ABIES_FIR. Check other web resources for Abies cephalonica Loudon. Flora Europaea: Database of European Plants (ESFEDS) ; Mansfeld: Mansfeld's World Databas of Agricultural and Horticultural Crops ; ePIC: Electronic Plant Information Centre of Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew ; AGRICOLA: Article Citation Database or NAL Catalog of USDA's National Agricultural Library Entrez: NCBI's search.

Background: Greek fir (Abies cephalonica Loudon) is the dominant tree species in the mountainous regions of southern and central Greece. Greek firs grow in a typical montane Mediterranean climate that is characterized by a dry and warm summer period.

In such water-controlled ecosystems, drought is an important abiotic factor in competition Missing: book. General information about Abies cephalonica (ABICE) Name Language; Grecian fir: English: Greek fir: English: Apollo-Tanne: German: cephalonische Tanne. In incubation experiments in the laboratory interactions of urea or NH 4 NO 3 with humus from stands of fir (Abies cephalonica, Loudon) growing on soils developed from flysch (shales) and limestone and with humus from stands of black pine (pinus nigra, Arn.) growing on soils developed from peridotites, limestone and schists were investigated.

Fir humus from stands on flysch and limestone and. This page was last edited on 25 Januaryat Files are available under licenses specified on their description page. All structured data from the file and property namespaces is available under the Creative Commons CC0 License; all unstructured text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply.

Two Abiesspecies, the Greek fir (A.

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cephalonica), the silver fir (A. alba) and their hybrid (A. borisii regis) can be found in Greece (Tutin et al ). The first species covers the mountains of southern Greece, the second one can be sporadically found at the northern boundaries of Greece, while the hybrid occupies the intermediate g: book.

Geographic variability of terpene composition in Abies cephalonica Loudon and Abies species around theAegean: hypotheses for their possible phylogeny from the Miocene. Trees 6(3) Fady B., Conkle M.T., Allozyme variation and possible phylogenetic implications in Abies cephalonica Loudon and some relatedEastern Mediterraneanfirs.

Loudon Distribution map Abies cephalonica or Greek fir [2] is a fir native to the mountains of Greece, primarily in the Peloponnesos and the island of Kefallonia, intergrading with the closely related Bulgarian fir further north in the Pindus mountains of northern g: book.Abies cephalonica is an evergreen Tree growing to 36 m (ft) by 10 m (32ft) at a medium rate.

It is hardy to zone (UK) 5. It is in leaf all year, and the seeds ripen in October. The species is monoecious (individual flowers are either male or female, but both sexes can be found on the same plant) and is pollinated by Wind.

Suitable for: light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils.Allozyme Variation and Possible Phylogenetic Implications in Abies cephalonica Loudon and Some Related Eastern Mediterranean Firs 1) andM.T.

Conkle2) (Received4th August) Summary Atotal of 22 loci wereassayed in several populations of Abiescephalonica,i regis, ellerianaand inghorizontalstarchgel.