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A Revision of the American Species of Eriosema (LeguminosaepLotoideae (Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden, Vol 20, No. 3) by J. W. Grear

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Published by New York Botanical Garden Pr Dept .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Flowers,
  • Nature,
  • Nature/Ecology

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ISBN 100893270695
ISBN 109780893270698

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Books. All Books; Botanical Art and Photography; Botany and Science; Children; A Revision of the American Species Eriosema (Leguminosae-Lotoideae). Mem (20)3. $ Quick view Add to Cart. A Revision of the American Species of Rourea Subgenus Rourea. Mem (26)1. $   In fact, all the studied species of Eriosema occur in savanna ecosystems characterized by high periods of water deficit, high luminous intensity, soils with low nutrient availability (with an excess of aluminum in the savanna and iron in the ironstone) and subject to winds and recurrent fires (Coutinho, , ; Sarmiento et al., ). Eriosema is a genus of legume in the family ed species number over They include: Eriosema campestre—Brazil; Eriosema chinese; Eriosema defoliatum—Brazil; Eriosema glabrum—Brazil; Eriosema glaziovii—Brazil; Eriosema harmsiana—Namibia; Eriosema longifolium—Brazil; Eriosema stenophyllum—Brazil; Uses. Root tubers of Eriosema species have .   Eriosema campestre var. macrophylum (Grear) Fortunato, Fabaceae, is a plant popularly known as ⿿pustemeira⿿ and is native to the Brazilian Cerrado (Grear, , Fortunato, ). This species consists of small and erect herbs ranging from 14 to cm/high, with yellow flowers and fusiform roots (Rogalski and Miotto, ).