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Manual of Phytogeography

CROIZAT, L. (1952). Manual of Phytogeography. W. Junk, The Hague.

  • Notice, pp. VII-VIII
  • Preface, pp. 1-8
  • To The Reader, pp. 9-10
  • Chapter I, pp. 11-44: Preliminaries
  • Chapter II, pp. 45-67: The Concept of Genotheitron
  • Chapter III, pp. 68-133: Intercontinental Dispersal I
    • pp. 71-72: i) Coriariaceae
    • pp. 73-74: ii) Lardizabalaceae
    • pp. 74-84: iii) Berberidaceae
    • pp. 85-93: iv) Myrsinaceae
    • pp. 94-108: v) Fagaceae
    • pp. 109-130: vi) Magnoliaceae
    • pp. 131-133: Bibliography
  • Chapter IV, pp. 134-235: Intercontinental Dispersal II
    • pp. 134-136: i) Garryaceae and Leitneriaceae
    • pp. 137-138: ii) Cercis
    • pp. 139-140: iii) Platanaceae
    • pp. 141-146: iv) Loranthaceae: Korthalsella and Phrygilanthus
    • pp. 147-159: v) Potentilla and homologous migrants
    • pp. 160-177: vi) Ericaceae
    • pp. 178-183: vii) Certain peculiarities of Polynesian Tracks
    • pp. 184-193: viii) Connaraceae and Dichapetalaceae
    • pp. 194-207: ix) Erythroxylaceae and Linaceae
    • pp. 208-209: x) Lobelia
    • pp. 210-217: xi) Alnus, Acer and Salicaceae
    • pp. 218-223: xii) Cuscuta
    • pp. 224-232: xiii) Cruciferae and Capparidaceae
    • pp. 233-235: Bibliography
  • Chapter V, pp. 236-299: Intercontinental Dispersal III
    • pp. 236-256: i) Cyperaceae
    • pp. 257-266: ii) Cochlospermaceae and Oxalidaceae
    • pp. 267-283: iii) Gnetaceae and Monimiaceae
    • pp. 284-291: iv) Plantago and the Labiatae Prasioideae
    • pp. 292-297: v) Carpinus
    • pp. 298-299: Bibliography
  • Chapter VI, pp. 300-399: Intercontinental Dispersal IV
    • pp. 301-318: i) Celastraceae, Aquifoliaceae, Passifloraceae and allies
    • pp. 319-325: ii) Bombacaceae
    • pp. 326-332: iii) Prunus and the Prunoideae
    • pp. 333-337: iv) Buxaceae
    • pp. 338-340: v) Salvadoraceae
    • pp. 341-342: vi) Stackhousiaceae
    • pp. 343-352: vii) Cyrillaceae and their allies
    • pp. 353-358: viii) Oleaceae
    • pp. 359-362: ix) Restionaceae and Centrolepidaceae
    • pp. 363-374: x) Cactaceae
    • pp. 375-381: xi) Schoenocaulon and its affinity
    • pp. 382-383: xii) Suaeda
    • pp. 383-393: xiii) Brunelliaceae, Cunoniaceae and Protieae
    • pp. 394-397: xiv) Podostemonaceae
    • pp. 398-399: Bibliography
  • Chapter VII, pp. 400-431: Epochs in Angiospermous Dispersal
    • pp. 412-421: i) Barringtoniaceae and Triumfetta
    • pp. 422-430: ii) Dipterocarpaceae
    • pp. 431: Bibliography
  • Chapter VIII, pp. 432-473: The Significance of "Local" Dispersal
    • pp. 432-433: i) Stylidiaceae
    • pp. 434-441: ii) Drosera
    • pp. 442-457: iii) Washingtonia
    • pp. 458-471: iv) Tracks in the High North and the "Ice Age"
    • pp. 472-473: Bibliography
  • Chapter IX, pp. 474-511: Non-angiospermous Dispersal
    • pp. 475-479: i) Cycadaceae
    • pp. 480-488: ii) Coniferae
    • pp. 489-510: iii) Ferns and Liverworts
    • pp. 511: Bibliography
  • Chapter X, pp. 512-525: Geography of the Past: A Phytogeographic Hypothesis
    • pp. 525: Bibliography
  • Chapter XI, pp. 526-540: Phytogeography: Its purpose, methods and nature
    • pp. 540: Bibliography
  • Chapter XII, pp. 541-587: Summary
    • pp. 557: Bibliography
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