2 edition of heterogeneity of the form Genus Mariopteris Zeiller found in the catalog.
heterogeneity of the form Genus Mariopteris Zeiller
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|LC Classifications||QE961 .B63 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||172 p. and atlas (43 plates)|
|Number of Pages||172|
|LC Control Number||73178851|
We study higher genus corrections to this formula for HR in the form of expansion in powers of z = q −q−1. Expansion coeﬃcients are expressed through the eigenvalues of the cut-and-join operators, i.e. symmetric group characters. Moreover, the z-expansion is naturally exponentiated. Representation. On the holomorphicity of genus two Lefschetz ﬁbrations By Bernd Siebert∗ and Gang Tian∗* Abstract We prove that any genus-2 Lefschetz ﬁbration without reducible ﬁbers and with “transitive monodromy” is holomorphic. The latter condition comprises all cases where the number of singular ﬁbers µ ∈ 10N is not congruent to 0 modulo
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The heterogeneity of the form Genus Mariopteris Zeiller; a comparative morphological study with special reference to the frond composition of West-European species. BoersmaThe Heterogeneity of the Form Genus Mariopteris Zeiller. A Comparative Morphological Study with Special Reference to the Frond Composition of West-European Species A Comparative Morphological Study with Special Reference to the Frond Composition of West-European SpeciesCited by: Geologic and geographic distribution, and habitat of Genus †Mariopteris R.
Zeiller (). The genus Mariopteris ZEILLER is distributed from the Namurian A to the early Stephanian in Europe. In the Dobrudzha Basin, numerous specimens are found mainly in flood plain claystones and.
The Heterogeneity of the form genus Mariopteris Zeiller. A comparative morphological study with special reference to the frond composition of West-European Species. Drukkerij Elinkwijk, Utrecht.
Boulay, N. Le terrain houiller du nord de la France et ses vegetaux by: 2. The genus Mariopteris was widespread throughout Europe and North America throughout most of the Late Palaeozoic.
Genus: Mariopteris Zeiller Pinnules are rich in form, except for the. The completed floristic survey encompasses 1, specimens delegated to 24 genera and 52 species. Specimens not able to be placed in a taxonomic rank were assigned to form status.
The flora is dominated (44% of all specimens assignable to a generic status) by Filicalean and Marattialean elements of the genus Pecopteris by: The Genus Trituruss includes detailed information on the natural habitats of all species and their biology.
Captive breeding is shown in differents variants using a large number of photographs. Keeping newts in outdoor enclosures is especially emphasized. details, see  and ).
The genus g 0(N) of X 0(N) tends to in nity as the level Nincreases. We will examine the sequence fg 0(N)gmore closely. Among other things, we will show that the average size of g 0(N) is N=ˇ2; however, the values of g 0(N) form a density-zero subset of the integers.
These two properties imply that there is much. Likewise, for genus-1 the topological classiﬁcation of elliptic ﬁbrations by Moishezon and Livn´e [Mo] implies holomorphicity in all cases. Our main theorem generalizes these results to genus 2. For the statement of our result recall that the mapping class group MC2 is a Z/2Z-extension of the braid group B(S2,6).
We say that a genus Boersma M. () — The heterogeneity of the form genus Mariopteris Zeiller. A comparative morphological study with special reference to the frond composition of the West-European species.
A comparative morphological study with special reference to the frond composition of Cited by: M. (): The Heterogeneity of the Form Genus Mariopteris Zeiller – A Comparative Morphological Study w ith Special Ref erence to the Frond Compos ition of West -European Species.
Phylogenetic heterogeneity of the genus Bacillus revealed by comparative analysis of small‐subunit‐ribosomal RNA sequences Carol Ash. Department of Microbiology, AFRC Institute of Food Research, Reading Laboratory, Shinfield, Reading RG2 9AT, UK.
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Atlas with 43 plates. Ph.D. thesis, Laboratory of Palaeobotany and Palynology, State University. Comparative ultrastructure of fossil and living gymnosperm cuticles. Mariopteris, Sphenopteris. The heterogeneity of the form genus. Mariopteris Zeiller. The heterogeneity of the form genus Mariopteris Zeiller: A comparative morphological study with special reference to the frond composition of West-European species.
Ph.D. diss. Drukkerij Elenkwijk Cited by: The genus Mariopteris was widespread throughout Europe and North America throughout most of the Late Palaeozoic. New fossil records of Mariopteris can provide a historical perspective on their. The Heterogeneity of the Form Genus Mariopteris Zeiller.
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