The genus Eremophila (Myoporaceae) in Queensland with notes on the genus Myoporum

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Eremophila (Plants) -- Australia -- Queensland., Myoporum -- Australia -- Queens

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Australia, Queens

Statementby L.S. Smith.
SeriesContributions from the Queensland Herbarium ;, no. 19
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQK495.M8 S6 1975
The Physical Object
Pagination49 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3888964M
ISBN 100724201947
LC Control Number81450300
OCLC/WorldCa5766512

Objectives. Eremophila (Scrophulariaceae) is an endemic Australian genus with species, which is commonly known as Fuchsia bush, Emu bush or Poverty bush.

Plants of this genus played an important role for the Australian Aborigines who used them widely for medicinal and ceremonial by: Genus Eremophila, Royal Society Tasmania Author: The Royal Society Tasmania, Ferdinand Mueller Subject: Papers proceedings, Royal Society Tasmania, Genus Eremophila Keywords: Van Diemen's Land, Colony, Ferdinand Mueller, Botany, Genus Eremophila, plants, Australian plants, Australian flora Created Date: 3/6/ PM.

This book is the result of thirty years research by Dr. R.J. Chinnock, the world authority in the family Myoporaceae, in which he has produced a new classification of the family resulting in the delimitation of 3 new genera, 94 new species, and 37 new subspecies, and a revised infrageneric classification of the genera Eremophila and Myoporum.3/5(1).

Objectives: Eremophila (Scrophulariaceae) is an endemic Australian genus with species, which is commonly known as Fuchsia bush, Emu bush or Poverty bush. Plants of this genus played an important role for the Australian Aborigines who used them.

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Downloads per month over past year. Mueller, Ferdinand'On the Genus Eremophila', Papers & Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania, vol.

3, no. 2, pp. Preview. PDF Mueller Cited by: 1. The genus Eremophila has become very popular and amenable to our gardens; as a result there has been a need for a complete treatment and this publication more than adequately satisfies that need.

Rosenberg Publishers have produced an excellent book. The genus Eremophila book quality of the photographs is superb and the presentation of the text is well-structured.

This book is the result of thirty years research by Dr. R.J. Chinnock, the world authority in the family Myoporaceae, in which he has produced a new classification of the family resulting in the delimitation of 3 new genera, 94 new species, and 37 new subspecies, and a revised infrageneric classification of the genera Eremophila and s: 3.

Eremophila – The genus as a garden subject Article by Dr Lyndal Thorburn Lyndal Thorburn is leader of the Eremophila Study Group (ESG), which was founded in South Australia inunder the auspices of the Australian Native Plant Society of Australia (ANPSA).

the “.” in the key from the book. The Chinnock key starts at family level and allows us to first determine the genus of the flower we have found. We skipped that step in the seminar and started with a sample we knew was an Eremophila.

Example – E. oppositifolia Chinnock first helps us get from the level of. Welcome to the Eremophila Study Group Website. The Eremophila Study Group is one of a number of Study Groups within the Australian Native Plants Society (Australia).Our aim is to further knowledge about the cultivation, propagation and conservation of members of the genus Eremophila, which are commonly known as emu bushes.

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Eremophila annosicaulis Chinnock EremophilaFig. () 3: Eremophila annosocaule Chinnock EremophilaFig. () Eremophila annosocaulis Chinnock EremophilaFig. () Eremophila anomala Chinnock EremophilaFig. () 1: Eremophila appressa Chinnock EremophilaFig.

() 1. Among over 70 plant species that have been used for medicinal purposes by Aboriginal people living in arid, central regions of the country, species of the genus Eremophila (Scrophulariaceae) are considered as of prime importance in their oral cultural lore (Latz,Richmond,Singab et.

Eremophila and its Relatives - Background Introduction.

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Eremophila is a large genus of plants closely related to were formerly classified within the plant family Myoporaceae but that family is now obsolete and has been absorbed into the Scrophulariaceae, which is distributed throughout temperate and tropical climates and consists of small to medium shrubs or small trees.

Eremophila is a genus of more than species of plants in the figwort family, Scrophulariaceae all of which are endemic to mainland Australia.

(One species, Eremophila debilis is thought to be a recent arrival in New Zealand).Eremophilas are widespread in the arid areas of Australia, especially Western Australia and range in size from low-growing shrubs to small trees. This monograph book of Eremophila is most timely published up to date and covering almost of all member.

Color photos are well printing and content is very comprehensive and easy to understand. It is composed for special researchers of the genus, however, good for amateur and hobby gardeners with good illustrations and maps. About species of Eremophila have been formally described and about 40 more have been discovered but not formally described.

The genus is endemic to Australia except that one species, (Eremophila debilis) is also found in New Zealand. Of the species described so far, are found in Western Australia whilst about 80% of those are only found in that state.

All the as yet undescribed. New paper on the chemistry and evolution in Eremophila is submitted. A new paper with the title “Navigating through chemical space and evolutionary time across the Australian continent in plant genus Eremophila” has been submitted to Nature Plants and posted on bioRxive.

This project is financially funded by the Novo Nordisk Foundation Interdisciplinary Synergy program. Limited Phylogeographic Signal in Sex-Linked and Autosomal Loci Despite Geographically, Ecologically, and Phenotypically Concordant Structure of mtDNA Variation in the Holarctic Avian Genus Eremophila.

() Proposal to conserve the name Eremophila against Bontia, Myoporum and Andreusia (Scrophulariaceae: Myoporeae).

Extinct species. There is at least one fossil species included in this genus: †Eremophila prealpestris (late Pliocene of Varshets, Bulgaria) Description. Unlike most other larks, these are distinctive looking species with striking head and face patterns, black and white in Temminck's lark and black and yellow in most horned the summer males of both species have black "horns", which Class: Aves.

Eremophila gibsonii white form Eremophila gibsonii is a flowering plant in the figwort family, Scrophulariaceae and is endemic to Australia.

It is a sticky, glabrous, rounded shrub with narrow leaves and white to lilac-coloured flowers and which occurs in Western Australia, South Australia and the Northern Territory. Statistics. The Plant List includes scientific plant names of species rank for the genus these are accepted species names.

The Plant List includes a further 34 scientific plant names of infraspecific rank for the genus do not intend The Plant List to be complete for names of infraspecific rank. These are primarily included because names of species rank.

Plants in the Australian genus Eremophila (Scrophulariaceae) have attracted considerable recent attention for their antimicrobial compounds, which possess a wide range of chemical structures. As they are typically associated with the oily-waxy resin layer covering leaves and green branchlets, and Eremophila lucida is prominent among the species containing a pronounced sticky resin layer, this.

Eremophila glabra Ostenf. References. Biologiske Meddelelser. Kongel. Danske Videnskabernes Selskab ; USDA, ARS, Germplasm Resources Information Network. Eremophila glabra in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN), U.S.

Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service. Accessed: Oct   This page was last edited on 5 Julyat Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may using. The Eremophila genus is endemic to Australia, comprising approximately species and is part of the Scrophulariaceae (previously Myoporaceae) family.

This genus is known by its common name of Poverty Bush or Emu Bush which refers to the fruits being a popular food for emus. Welcome to the famous Dave's Garden website.

Join our friendly community that shares tips and ideas for gardens, along with seeds and plants. Eremophila is the genus name to a group of more than species of shrubs or plants.

Although most of the species in this genus are native to Australia, a few are found in California and the southwestern portion of the United States. Eremophila f. A taxonomic genus within the family Alaudidae – the horned larks.

A taxonomic genus within the family Scrophulariaceae – Australian desert shrubs and trees, many called poverty bushes and emu bushes. Hypernyms. Comment: Plant genus Eremophila R. is a 'parahomonym' of (different kingdom, same name as) bird genus Eremophila F.

Boie, (TSN ). Eremophila Plant (n.). 1. A plant genus of the family MYOPORACEAEMembers have been used in FOLK MEDICINE.Bird genus Eremophila F.

Boie, (TSN ) is apparently a 'parahomonym' of (different kingdom, same name as) flowering plant genus Eremophila R. .What does eremophila mean? Information and translations of eremophila in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.

Eremophila. Eremophila is a genus of plants of the family Scrophulariaceae, with species known by the common names of Emu Bush, Poverty Bush or Fuchsia Bush. Currently, there are recognised species.